Tina Krause’s experimental, shot-on-video DIY horror film reminds us that being a woman alone at a bar can be the stuff of absolute nightmares.
An atmospheric and brooding Hong Kong horror that suggests that if you’re struggling to find work with a kid on the way, swallow your pride and work at the bra factory owned by your father-in-law because other options might be a lot worse.
Vigilante justice, prison violence, pinky rings, cocaine, and catalog modeling collide in this explosive 1990s gem from stuntman-turned-director John Stewart.
A young woman cursed by bad car luck is terrorized by a black cat, an angry monster in a Nazi coat, and a drooling mummy corpse. Her only hope for survival? A wild horse who just wants to run around, act crazy, and kick stuff.
This action-packed and psychedelic Taiwanese adaptation of the Snow White fairy tale is a weird, wild, and bloody good time.
Indonesian action film maestro Arizal and lead actor Peter O’Brian reunite in this surprisingly drama-forward follow-up to the 1986 action tour-de-force, THE STABILIZER.