Metal Messiah

Metal Messiah 1978

A bizarre sci-fi rock opera like little else being produced under the banner of Canadian film at the time, Metal Messiah is about an enigmatic metallic-skinned stranger trying to stop society's self-destructive obsession with rock and roll. Anchored in Toronto's live music scene if the late 1970s, this dystopian parable was the feature film debut of local music impresario and director Tibor Takács. Working with screenwriter Stephen Zoller, Takács' film is a crudely crafted, episodic work that plays out like a glam version of Amos Poe's avant-punk NYC flick The Foreigner (1978), but with even more ambition, attempting to scale to the bombastic rock opera heights of films like Phantom of the Paradise (1974) and Tommy (1975). (from:



A top secret project between the Trugollian Empire and the US military causes unforeseen complications in the lives of the participants.

Space Case

Space Case 1992

In the future, mental institutions are located on far-away planets. One such planet is the apex for an invasion of Earth by rodent-like aliens. It is up to a band of intrepid mental patients to thwart their evil schemes.

The Sparkling World

The Sparkling World 1984

In the circus of the city Zurbagan a mysterious stranger with the ability to fly. Many present at this performance, however, few people think about what is happening.



Celeste crash lands on a planet far from home and looks back at her life on Earth. WATCH IT HERE: password: terrene16

Denis & Denis: The Movie

Denis & Denis: The Movie 1985

A little known cyber punk musical with a love story twist set in a distant future made by Denis & Denis, featuring the most famous songs from their albums "Čuvaj Se" (1984) and "Ja Sam Lažljiva" (1985). This special was broadcast on TV Belgrade in 1985. A song entitled "Ja Sam Lažljiva" features in the end credits. -Jason Forrest, Network Awesome.

Four Episodes from 1984

Four Episodes from 1984 1985

"Four Episodes From 1984" contains eight scenes from a screenplay based on George Orwells "Nineteen Eighty-four", divided into four sections, or episodes, defined by their locations.


Advent 1981

The horrifying conclusion to the Golden Age unfolds in a magnificently violent nightmare, signifying the birth of new era where darkness outshines the light. It's been a year since Griffith's imprisonment by the Kingdom of Midland. Once praised as the saviors of the Midland, the Band of the Hawk has been on the run and is on the brink of breaking apart. Much to everyone's surprise, Guts returns to the Hawks, and the search for Griffith begins!

Return of the Roller Blade Seven

Return of the Roller Blade Seven 1993

This film follows the further adventures of the lone samurai Hawk, as he continues his battle to defeat the evil Pharaoh, Saint Offender and the Black Knight. Guided by his Psychic, Hawk ultimate defeats his adversaries and brings order to the universe.

Demain la veille

Demain la veille

Bob is a normal guy who lives in a world where everything moves in reverse: Death is birth, people grow young, knowledge is erased from your mind as the clock ticks backward. It's just business as usual... until the day Bob suddenly finds himself moving FORWARD in time! Mercenaries from another reality arrive on the scene to remove him from the "forward" world, but they're too late: Bob now understands that the life he had was very, very wrong. He fights back, mounting an action-packed escape through insane, topsy-turvy corridors of time and counter-clockwise dimension. Will Bob save himself and humanity? Or is he destined for a life of lies and control, forced on the world from a power beyond the future?