Lindsay and Spencer are a typical young couple, but their lives are changed forever after a violent home invasion. Now Lindsay finds herself a prisoner in her own home as her husband tortures the men responsible.
Directed by Bahidja Hafez.
Psychological drama examining a mental breakdown of an English housewife.
At 52, traveling salesman Wolfgang Zenker (Edgar Selge) is in old school territory: he peddles the company's classic clothing line to boutiques that cater to women over 35. When Wolfi loses his drivers license in his brand-new Mercedes but can't afford to lose the season's sales because his frustrated wife (Franziska Walser) desperately wants a new bathroom, their son's vacation plans take a back seat as Karsten (Florian Bartholomäi) is forced to making sales rounds with his father instead of celebrating his high school graduation in Spain. Also making the rounds in small town southern Germany is successful and attractive sales rival Steven Brookmüller (Roman Knizka), 33. As the men's paths cross, long-hidden secrets are revealed and things come to a hilarious head.
Four young girls on a camping trip in the woods are stalked by a pair of crazed serial killers.
A camera rolls as the balaclavas are pulled securely over their faces. The van doors burst open and a man is bundled inside. They drive.... Why has this man been kidnapped? Where are they taking him? Who is the victim?
When a local journalist arrives on a council estate to present a disabled, have-a-go hero with a Bravery Award, she inadvertently uncovers a tragic secret.
Paulie is falling to pieces. His every encounter with the opposite sex ends in violence, while stirring up memories of his prostitute mother and her brutal pimp and the sexually abusive hooker who molested him as a child.
Paula and Robert Sims are desperate: their 12 days old baby has been kidnapped! Since there's no trace of the kidnappers, they address the public for help. Shortly after their daughter is found dead. When the same happens three years later to their second daughter, Sheriff Yocom becomes suspicious.
Irakal is a 1985 Malayalam psychological thriller film written and directed by K. G. George and produced by the then prominent actor Sukumaran. The film is an in-depth exploration of the psychology of violence. Ganesh Kumar plays the film's protagonist. The film met with critical acclaim upon release, though not commercially successful. It received several accolades including the state awards of that year. A ruthless rubber baron, Mathukutty, disregards the prevailing moral standards and spawns criminal sons as well as a sexually wayward daughter, Annie. His son, Baby is a psychotic strangler using a nylon wire and is eventually shot dead by his repentant father.
A psycho who has contracted AIDS blames women for his disease, and begins to stalk and kill beautiful girls.
he Jyusenki-tai/Cyber Beat Force are on their way to the Zorbados Empire's homeworld so that they can finish the war that they had fought on Earth. Awaiting them are Death Gaia, the last surviving general, and Muge Zorbados, the emperor himself. Before they arrive, though, the group looks back at all of the people who sacrificed their lives so that they could make it to this point.
Based on the Resurrected Victims Phenomenon where murder victims come back to life to avenge the murderer, a prosecutor is suspected of his mother’s murder.
George, a black South African, finds it hard to settle down in London after his experiences in South Africa.
A women in prison movie set in a Japanese POW camp during World War 2.
Army Sergeant Tim Hennis is wrongly convicted of killing the wife and children of an Air Force captain. Based on a true story.
In México City, a Cuban dancer from "Cabaret Changó" rescues a baby from a garbage can and decides to raise him, but her pachuco pimp gets in her way.
When a man dodges conviction after raping multiple women, his victims take justice into their own hands. The gritty revenge drama stars Oscar winner Martin Landau as Judge Shaw and Frank Stallone as Walter Taggert. Director Raphael Nussbaum's film is also known by the equally explicit titles Death Blow: A Cry for Justice and I Will Dance on Your Grave: Lethal Victims.
A moral story on what happens to a man if he starts to drink and gamble.