A bizarre series of murders begins in Los Angeles, where people start going bald and then become homicidal maniacs. But could the blame rest on a particularly dangerous form of LSD called Blue Sunshine the murderers took ten years before?
Police gets a call-out to a lonely hotel in the Alps. When an officer gets to the hotel everything seems to be alright. Suddenly an avalanche cuts them out from the rest of the world and strange things are going to happen.
A group of teenagers are mysteriously invited to a skiing workshop in the mountains. There are eleven of them, but the camp supervisors insist that there should be only ten, and that one of them is an intruder.
Anxious to use artificial life to improve the world, Rosetta Stone, a bio-geneticist creates a Recipe for Cyborgs and uses her own DNA in order to breed three Self Replicating Automatons, ... See full summary »
A 10 year old girl convinces a lonely classmate that she is a witch, forcing the child to become her assistant. Though their games are initially rather naive, they gradually take a nasty and violent turn.
Carlos Enrique Taboada
Ana Patricia Rojo,
Elsa María Gutiérrez,
In 1989, Split, a psychedelic social satire, premiered at the Telluride Film Festival, inspiring groups of filmgoers to spontaneously don robes in imitation of those worn by devotees of the sweet-and-low-snorting prophet-hero in Split. When the film opened in U.S and European art-house theaters, reviewers' reactions diverged wildly from fresh, stimulating and brilliant, to crude, loud, and pompous, with almost none in between. Since then, better-known films have siphoned from Split's prodigious display of imagination. However, Split itself has lived on only through the trading of extremely rare, worn VHS copies among a miniscule cult of devotees...
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