Cult

Gerardo de Leon & Eddie Romero – Terror Is a Man [Blood Island #1] (1959)

A mad scientist transforms a panther into a man-like creature that escapes and goes on a murderous rampage. Read More »

Ray Dennis Steckler – The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies!!? (1964)

Jerry falls in love with a stripper he meets at a carnival. Little does he know that she is the sister of a gypsy fortune teller whose predictions he had scoffed at earlier. The gypsy turns him into a zombie and he goes on a killing spree. Read More »

Ludi Boeken – Britney, Baby, One More Time (2002)

“Prize-winning Milwaukee independent filmmaker Dude Schmitz (Mark Borchardt, American Movie) desperately need money! After a failed interview with the real Britney Spears, Dude hatches a scheme to cash in using Britney look-alike Angel Benton (Robert Stephens). Angel is lured with the promise of meeting his idol and poses as the real thing on a trek across the country for a series of road-trip style interviews.” Read More »

Rudolf Thome – Supergirl – Das Mädchen von den Sternen (1971)

Synopsis: Playboy Charly is picking up a young woman on the freeway – she is only wearing an orange overall and wants to go to Washington. Charly takes her with him to Munich, introducing her to his friend author Evers. Since Evers is negotiating with a US film producer about the rights to his novel, the mysterious woman stays with Evers. Soon, they get closer… Read More »

Roland Klick – Deadlock [+ Extras] (1970)

A young man stumbles through the Mexican Sierra, shot and half bled to death, carrying a suitcase containing the loot from a bank robbery. Passing out, he is found by Charles Dump, a former gold miner living on the outskirts of a ghost town with his daughter. Read More »

Pierre Clémenti – Visa de censure n°X AKA Certificate No. X (1967)

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Shot in 1967 but not released until 1975, actor Pierre Clémenti’s acid-infused experimental whirlwind of color and music featuring a who’s who of the French 60s underground. Read More »

João César Monteiro – Silvestre (1981)

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The plot of the film is taken from two traditional Portuguese tales: A donzela que vai a guerra («The maiden who went war» 15th Century?), of Judeo-Iberian origin, and a novella, The dead one’s hand, orally transmitted, which forms part of the Bluebeard cycle.

Dom Rodrigo has two daughters, one legitimate, the other bastard, Silvia and Susana. Growing old, and without male heir, Dom Rodrigo decides to marry off Silvia to his neighbour, a rich nobleman, Dom Paio, with the aim of securing and expanding his domain. After a brief visit from the fiancé, a great glutton and skirt-chaser, Dom Rodrigo leaves for the court to invite the king to the nuptials. Upon his departure, he instructs the girls not to open the doors of the mansion to any stranger. Read More »