A group of media students are making a documentary about a legend of the Black Widow - a woman who lived the 1900 th century. She was unmarried, but she had two children, a girl and a boy. People in her village couldn't accept her, and they called her a witch. They kidnapped her children and murdered them. The woman was tortured and killed too. Since then the rumors have said that the woman is still around in the village. The students made a trip to the house where the Black Widow lived once...
Carla believes her missing daughter is attempting to make contact through mysterious means, her husband Brian pushed aside, Carla is on a path of discovery, but may be one that is best left alone.
Murders in an old dark house.
Experimental Iranian film
A man in a rut finds his life irreversibly altered by a video game. https://vimeo.com/139932188
After the corpse of an important politician mysteriously disappears, several investigations begin that involving Agent Marin of Interpol and two police officers. What they uncover is high level corruption involving sinister doctors and others grave robbing and / or killing people to harvest their organs and sell on the black market.
A very challenging and thought provoking discussion about the alarmingly obvious evidence for creation and against limitless evolution. But does proving that God must be evil further prove that He cannot possibly exist? Leo Byrne challenges popular belief with science fiction illustrations and original suggestions and questions.
Zagreb, Yugoslavia in 1890. A group of high-school students run away on an adventure that ends in scandal. The ringleader, Gusta, is expelled from school and sent to stay with his uncle in rural Turopolje. Here, a totally new world opens up to him, where the internal tragedies of the people are played out against the castle of Brezovica and a small town of wooden-framed houses. People end up in this idyllic exile because of some previous "sin" and try then to make the best of their lives there. But memories of the outside world impinge on their happiness.
When a graveyard caretaker is fired from his job, his exacts a terrifying supernatural vengeance.
Much-married and once successful writer Henry T. Aythecliff, now heavily in debt, summons his three ex-wives to his mansion, planning to extort a sizable amount of money from each. When he is discovered dead, clues indicate that each of his four wives had motive and opportunity to murder him, and a young detective must sift through some ingeniously devised evidence.
Two strangers break into a man's house and subject him to a series of terrifying - and humiliating - mind games.
Bestselling New York novelist Henry Jenkins (Richard Burgi) is not a man of many words. He drinks his tea and enjoys his toast, and walks no more than four blocks to seventh street to Lizzy's coffee shop, where he sits three seats away from the door. Henry has finished the final draft in his penultimate novel in the "Blood Asp" series, which have won him multiple awards over the years. Lizzy Garland (Heather Snell), on the other hand, is a woman of many words. She keeps her customers coming back with her warm spirit and inviting conversation. Henry stays for the tea, and because it takes his mind off certain things.... But he has a plan, and a machine, which if things go well, he will get them back, and will remember how they smiled...