Cult

Pen-Ek Ratanaruang – Fun Bar Karaoke (1997)

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Pu, a young girl, has been dreaming that her mother, who had died some years before, is building a house. A fortune teller advises her that, should she continue to have this dream, her father will die when the house is completed. Her father, a playboy, is a karaoke regular. He eventually becomes involved with Yok who has connections with the Chinese Mafia. Noi, son of an American soldier who dreams of saving money, is learning English and wants to leave for America. He is in love with Pu, but too shy to reveal his love for her. Pu cannot stop dreaming about the house. Her father’s relationship with Yok brings him nothing but bad luck… .. Read More »

Yoshihiko Matsui – Tonkei shinjû aka Pig-Chicken Suicide (1981)

Directed by Japanese underground legend Yoshihiko Matsui, most famous for his epic film Noisy Requiem and his early work with maverik Japanese director Sogo Ishii (Gojoe, Crazy Thunder Road), Pig Chicken Suicide is a veritable assault on the senses, mixing violent images of animal slaughter, racial strife and surrealism to tell the story of two Koreans living in Japan who’s love is destroyed due to overwhelming racial discrimination. Read More »

Paul Verhoeven – Showgirls (1995) (HD)

Nomi, a young drifter, arrives in Vegas to become a dancer. She gets a job stripping at one of the lesser joints on the strip, but soon catches the eye of talent scouts who hire the performers for a casino. She works her way into the cast, and eventually sets her sights on taking the starring role. Read More »

Gabriel Abrantes & Daniel Schmidt – Diamantino (2018) (HD)

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Diamantino

by Gabriel Abrantes & Daniel Schmidt, 2018

But he said that nowadays there are no longer artists like Mr. Michael Angelo. They no longer exist.

Diamantino, the world’s premiere soccer star loses his special touch and ends his career in disgrace. Searching for a new purpose, the international icon sets on a delirious odyssey where he confronts neo-fascism, the refugee crisis, genetic modification, and the hunt for the source of genius. Read More »

Jean Rollin – Les paumées du petit matin AKA The Runaways AKA The Escapees (1981)

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Marie and Michelle are escaping from a lunatic asylum. Michelle is a tough girl who knows how to survive on the road, but the extremely shy Marie desperately clings to her until Michelle gives in and promises help. The two get into a lot of trouble which puts their friendship to a test. Read More »

Giuliano Carnimeo – Buon funerale, amigos!… paga Sartana AKA Have a Good Funeral, My Friend… Sartana Will Pay (1970)

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After witnessing a brutal massacre, the legendary hero Sartana is ready to do some investigating. Almost everyone in the tiny town of Indian Creek seems eager to buy up the property left behind by the murder victims, and one of them could well be behind the killings. The sheriff himself is not above suspicion, so Sartana must uncover the culprit all on his own. Read More »

Matt Cimber – The Witch Who Came from the Sea (1976)

Millie Perkins is a disturbed young woman plagued by disturbing visions. She hates men and castrates them because she was the victim of incest during her childhood. “The Witch Who Came from the Sea” is a strange and moody exploitation flick with dream-like atmosphere and strong symbolism. Millie castrates two popular football players in fantastically oneiric sequence of sexual violence. The film is slow-moving and deeply unpleasant character study of woman’s torment. Read More »