This Thannhouser two-reeler features actor James Cruze who was to earn more fame as a director (THE COVERED WAGON) than as an actor. This is a typical very early silent film with flimsy sets, a few outdoor scenes (a rocky shore line, dunes), and jerky editing. The acting is all silent exclamatory style and it resembles more a tableaux than a narrative. As was typical of this period, title cards merely explain the action that is about to take place. There is no dialogue.
Mayuko is a feng shui expert who, in a nearly absurd rush of exposition in the first scene of Dragon Blue, discovers that she is the blood heir of the Dragon Clan and a born demon hunter. It's a completely unmotivated but thoroughly spooky encounter between Mayuko and a demonic ghost, and she's saved by an ancient priest spirit who explains her legacy. "Why does this always happen to me?" she ponders before flying off to a remote island to investigate an ancient curse and battle a legendary Sea Demon. Mayuko befriends a burly, chivalrous detective and a little orphan boy nicknamed "the Devil's Child" who hides his own dark secret.
In a desolated world, a martyr is steered by a man giving orders from a control room. His henchmen torture the resistance fighter. Are the parts played by victim and hangman defined as clearly as it seems? Ange Leccia offers a political reflection about the power of images and their manipulative force. —ubu.com
Commander Bolt Lightning and his Android sidekick face off against a deadly cyber virus!
One final confession for Jeremy, before all is lost.
Upon returning to their countryside cabin one day, Kaya, his wife Helen, and their daughter Naomi are confronted by two suited men: representatives of the San Francisco Remigration Program. The men explain that San Francisco is now occupied entirely by the wealthy class. But stoplights still burn out and trains occasionally jump their rails. Blue-collar labor isn't obsolete, but it's scarce. The city has created a program to "remigrate" long-gone working class families from their inland homes back to the city that once pushed them out. Kaya, Helen, and Naomi return to San Francisco and join a handful of other potential remigrants for a tour of what can be expected in their new lives. But can they learn to trust their old home once again?
The boy Pepito looking for work to help his grandmother who does not receive the pension to which he belongs. Wanting to be a magician's assistant, begin your problems because it happens a crime and a monster appears.
Early no budget experimental Super-8 short film made by Buttgereit in just one day in 1982. Nazi leader Adolf Hitler has survived the war, holed up in his bunker. There, he re-created his former wife Eva Braun as a Frankenstein monster, along with a “Germanic breeding bull”(played by Buttgereit). With the help of these Nazi-zombies, he wants to take over the world again. But as soon as the monsters awake, they tear their maker to shreds. Much fun and gory effects!
In a dark corner of space on the planet earth, a young male earth creature struggles creating a large tone making machine. With hopes of creating the greatest music in the history of the universe, Peter spends his nights hammering metal and welding wires. After numerous failures causing fatal loss, he consider whether to continue on or toss his tone maker off a bridge. Is the universe pervaded by dark energy? What lies at the end of a wormhole? Peter finds answers to questions he did not ask in his journey of creation.
A huge mysterious comet is on a collision course with earth. A crash is averted, but the near miss causes tidal waves, exploding mountains and huge earthquakes. The earth cracks apart and up from the depths come creatures from the past. Huge dinosaurs begin to roam the planet, a planet now covered with swamps and jungles. Then, as suddenly as they came to life, the dinosaurs begin to die. Only the DINOSAUR PATROL can restore order on earth. Or can they?
Agata is badly ill and nobody knows how to cure her. No doctor can help. Friends of Agata learn, that she is ill, because all children have Grannies but Agata does not. They go to the shop "Electronic Granny" and beg the dealer to sell them one Electronic Granny. The dealer warns them, that her electronic circuits are very sensitive - and this Granny will only work if loved. Agata get healthy and plays with her new Granny and other friends. Granny can invite new games and even fly with all children to the Moon. But later due to the jealousy and bad heabits children forget that they must love Granny, they begin to treat her just as a robot that "must do what they ask". As a result Granny dies. To resurect her Agata and friends must get off their ambitions, rudeness, jealousy and again become loving, cheerful and kind.
Following the trend started with Kamen Rider Kiva, 26 comedy-themed shorts (one for every letter of the alphabet) were released online to promote W Forever. Titled Net Movie Kamen Rider W Forever: From A to Z, 26 Rapid-Succession Roars of Laughter (ネット版 仮面ライダーダブル FOREVER AtoZで爆笑26連発 Nettoban Kamen Raidā Daburu Fōebā: Ē tu Zetto de Bakushō Nijū Rokū Renpatsu?), the shorts were released every Friday from July 16, 2010.
Two blind visionary brothers set off on a whirlwind adventure to invent the world's first airplane.
A scientist finds his newest invention; a microchip that infuses inanimate objects with human qualities co-opted by the company he works for, which wants to capitalize on his findings. Knowing his creation can be used for evil purposes, he stashes it away, but his 11-year-old son, Charlie (Jared Robbins), finds it and implants it into a vacuum cleaner he calls Stardust. Will he manage to elude his dad's greedy bosses?
An astronaut crashes in the middle of nowhere. A young woman searches for her family in an abandoned urban wasteland. A prisoner prepares for a space program that will make him the first human being on Mars.
Three cute, sexy ninjas, around the age of 20, have been in training, building their powers for some vague future threat. Their destined mission becomes apparent when a handsome ninja from 400 years past drops from the sky into the hot tub of on of the girls. He comes with news of a grave threat: an evil industrialist has apparently joined forces with UFOs to take over Japan. The only solution, it seems, lies in the special talents of the three girls - notable as much for their martial arts as their skimpy costumes.
An affluent judge with an incurable brain disease with only months to live decides to become the guinea pig for a new brain transplant technique. The operation is a success, but the unfortunate brain donor was a young man with unfinished business, and soon the memories and desires of this young man overwhelm the judge.
"It Came From Another World!" chronicles the continuing adventures of everyone's favorite 'a-rockin' scientist, Professor Jackson.
Santo, the crime-fighting wrestler, battles an alien monster who is controlled by an evil madman bent on taking over the world.