Women are offered as a sexual sacrifice to the Devil.
Three youngsters set out to unravel the mysteries of a strange castle at the edge of town. In the process they learn about self-esteem and acceptance. It also offers a clear presentation of the salvation message.
After being attacked by a rapist and getting stabbed before killing her attacker, a young woman is accused of being a ghost.
This highly acclaimed film version of Béla Bartók's searing psychological opera, performed by Robert Lloyd and Elizabeth Laurence, won the 1989 Prix Italia Music Prize. Bartók's short opera, one of the composer's most impressive early works, tells the macabre legend of Duke Bluebeard, who brings his young wife Judith to live in his remote castle. The dramatic intensity increases as sinister secrets are gradually unveiled, bringing the opera to its haunting conclusion.
A group of children is trying to solve a mystery related to the diamonds smuggling.
In "Sabor a Sangre" (literally, "Flavor of Blood"), Antonio Aguilar plays Mauricio Rosales, whom along his good friend Chelelo (Eleazar García) are traveling towards another friend's ranch. During their trip, they find the dead bodies of a group of men, so they take them to the next town hoping to find some answers. At the town, they are informed that the dead men were a posse sent by police chief Rómulo (José Gálvez) to kill "El Tigre", a mysterious serial killer who has been hunting down the townspeople, viciously killing even women and children. (cont. http://w-cinema.blogspot.de/2008/03/sabor-sangre-1977.html)
A New York City cop who has retired to a small Western town is drawn into the local case of an Indian who is accused of murdering a sheriff.
A popular radio personality writes and broadcasts ghost stories over the air. He receives a strange call warning him not to finish his latest story, which is about a child who dies assisting in a magician's show.
An uptight grad student reluctantly inherits his grandfather's property in Salton Sea but when he meets an offbeat local woman, he gets pulled into the sea's biggest mystery.
A family gathering attempting to establish just who exactly inherits the family's possessions leads to deception, incest, and quite a lot of murder
Berta, a woman with paranormal powers, begins working with a psychiatrist to unravel the mysterious murder of a woman named Renata.
DARK MYTH is the twisted tale of Takahashi, a young innocent who is persecuted by the evil, powerful Kikuchi clan because he bears the "mark of the serpent". Haunted by the murder of his father ten years earlier, Takahashi finds himself embroiled in an ancient scheme when the Kikuchi clan, direct descendants of the five original families of Japan, identify him as the man sent to destroy them.
After a couple have an argument, the wife disappears. The husband searches for her, only to discover evidence that implicates him in her murder.
Desperate to do right by his children, a debt-ridden taxi driver has just one night left to deliver on a lucrative, yet sinister promise.
A young girl is found brutally murdered in a small seaside town. The police are baffled; the town's inhabitants are panic-stricken. A serial killer is on the loose, and as yet more horrific murders take place, the search for clues becomes a desperate race against time. A tense psychological thriller with a chilling climax, this television movie introduced the charismatic, dedicated Welsh detective Noel Bain (Philip Madoc), a man with a passion for defending the innocent and an infallible instinct which the sharpest criminal minds cannot match. Also starring Hywel Bennett as Doctor Lewis, the feature-length drama won a BAFTA Cymru award and initiated the highly acclaimed, darkly authentic crime series which ran between 1997 and 2004.