L'uomo del sogno 1993

A voice speaks from the television to the popular presenter David. With the help of a neurologist, he gives this vision a face and turns it into his alter ego - Adam. Soon his thought creature appears on the screens throughout Europe. The director of a broadcaster tries to use the resulting phenomenon for her interests ...

Hello Dracula 3: Magical Priest 1988

Grandfather meets his match when he meets Master Flying Squirrel. Master Flying Squirrel captures Grandpa and transforms him into a ghostslave. Tien Tien turns to grandfather old classmate to defeat the Flying Squirrel and absolve grandfather.

Hello Dracula 1: Vampire Kid 1985

The master of a traveling acrobatic squad is bitten off, and gets, a hopping vampire. When he begins to terrorize the city, uses Grandpa and Tien Tien masterstudents as bait, so ghostly warriors, to eventually capture the creature.

Angel Guts: Red Vertigo 1988

Nami is a nurse and the unwilling object of her patients' lust. When she is hit by a car whilst fleeing from the home of her unfaithful boyfriend, the driver of the car takes her as a sexual prisoner.

Virginia Creepers: The Horror Host Tradition of the Old Dominion

Virginia Creepers examines more than 50 years of television horror hosting in the Commonwealth of Virginia as a reflection of a national cultural phenomenon. The film not only documents shows and personalities but also the transformation of local television programming from a breeding ground for homegrown talent and community involvement to its current state as a corporate cookie cutter. It also documents the rise of the internet host, which began with Virginia's Count Gore De Vol.

Half Past Midnight 1988

This is one of Wim Vink's earliest movies about a girl who gets bullied at school by her fellow classmates and after gets her revenge by killing them one by one in an extremely gruesome and bloody way.

The Wrong Door 1993

Ted falls in love and is involved in murder after accidentally knocking on the wrong door. Since childhood, Ted Farrell has always loved listening to a good story and over the years became quite good at spinning some of his own. Being a radio drama student in college, Ted is learning that listening to those "whispers in the dark" is much more frightening when the "whispers" go unseen. To ace his class project and with his roommates on a 2-day vacation, Ted has the weekend to spin a bone-chilling tale on audio tape complete with spine tingling sound effects.

The Antwerp Killer 1983

The city of Antwerp is being terrorized by a serial killer. When the killer discovers one of his victims is seeing a psychiatrist to overcome her trauma, he goes after her…

L'ogre 1986

Dr. Paul Calmet is dead. His son Jean again feels the familiar feeling of anguish caused by his father; victim of this torture, he is carrying the virus of misfortune.

Bloodsuckers 1989

The streets of Zagreb are empty because of a rumored vampire who attacks lonely women. To the office of psychiatrist, Franjo Glogowetz, there arrives a strange visitor, Teobald Majer. He is convinced that he is a vampire from the 16th century, and tells Franz that the members of his family, Glogovac, were famous vampire hunters. Naturally, Franz does not take him seriously but his wife, Barbara, likes the stranger a lot and even believes his story. In the meantime, Franz's two relatives, Jambrek and Jurek, arrive and get caught up in the mess.

Terrifying Tales 1989

Terrifying Tales contains three independently-produced shorts running about 20 minutes apiece. Only one of the three; Paul Bunnell's "Final Destination: Unknown" (copyrighted 1989), is actually horror. The other two; Armand Garabidian's "Ten Seconds to Countdown" (copyrighted 1986) and Ephraim Schwartz's "Creatures of Habit" (also 1986), are, respectively, science fiction and drama with only slight mystery components. The three used here are connected only in that they were shorts made by UCLA graduate students. Sadly, none of them is very good. The opening title screens and closing credits have been left intact for each.

I Feel Fantastic

In ancient Greek mythology, Pygmalion was a highly accomplished Cypriot sculptor. Though skilled at imitating the human form, and well acquainted with it's subtleties, he became disgusted by it when he witnessed the Propoetides prostituting themselves. Pygmalion sought to create for himself a perfect, pure, unsullied companion. He created a statue bride. What we are seeing, and what we perceive to be strange and disturbing, is actually beauty to it's creator. How does that kind of unconditional love feel? Well, how does she feel? Fantastic.

To Tokyo

Challenged by her step-sister to return home, a young woman hiding from her past in a remote Japanese village is abducted into a fantastic wilderness and pursued by a monster, with only four nights to escape to Tokyo and face her demons.

The Canadoo

A group of five of people join a reality show set in the wilderness only to get more than they bargained for.