With Moustapha Dao’s second short film “The painter’s Nephew” (1989), he is involved in the adaptation of African tales through the story of young Ali whose nights are disturbed by the characters’ tales his grandmother tells him.
After her father’s death, Alyson, her partner Richard and their baby return to her childhood home. Following a few shocking supernatural events, Alyson discovers that she and her family have been living with a terrible curse, unleashed in the past by a bride killed by Alyson’s grandfather. Soon after Alyson’s child disappears and she has no choice but to embark on a frightening journey into the underworld, to free herself from the bride’s curse and to look for her daughter.
Another Taiwan children's fantasy with ghosts starring Siu-Lau "Peach Boy" Lam.
Set in England, “The Secret Garden” follows Mary Lennox a prickly and unloved 10-year-old girl, born in India to wealthy British parents who never wanted her. When her parents suddenly die, she is sent back to England to live with her uncle, Archibald Craven. She meets her sickly cousin Colin and the two children find a wondrous secret garden lost in the grounds of Misselthwaite Manor.
An ice-skating television adaptation of the 1939 musical film based on Lyman Frank Baum's 1900 fairy tale novel "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz".
Siblings Jack and Annie are transported to Camelot after rediscovering the tree house that let them travel throughout history, years after outgrowing it.
The official website of the Violet Evergarden TV anime announced an all-new anime film for the series on Monday that will have a simultaneous worldwide release in January 2020. Plot details are unknown.
The series follows Kou Ootori, an ordinary high school student who experiences a recurring nightmare of being eaten alive by a beast from within. However, when he meets Reiichi Kuki, an upperclassman who controls the school, the curtain of fate unravels.
The Greenhouse is a magic-realist drama that centres on the eldest child of two women, Beth, who discovers a portal into the past on their family property. On the cusp of her widowed mother Ruth's sixtieth birthday and the return of her dysfunctional siblings Drew, Doonie and Raf, Beth is swept away by visions of their idyllic childhood and re-lives the moments that defined her adolescence. Despite Ruth's warnings, and as real-world tensions grow between the siblings, Beth becomes dependant on the greenhouse, soon realising it isn't the paradise she believed it to be.
Twenty five years old, no goals, prospects, future. So he dreams. There in his dreams he has what he is looking for, a beautiful blonde girlfriend, friends, food and drink. Has he learned from the teaching of his father? Is he heedful of the warning of his mother. Is this dream truly a nightmare?
A girl kills herself after being drugged and raped by a sinister warlock named Tong. But, in this instance, death is not absolute. The evil sorcerer breathes life into the young victim and continues to seduce her.
A young woman named Tu married to a repulsively disgusting, wheel chair confined, old man. There is also a repugnant cousin who takes advantage of the situation and rapes her. But she is really in love with the gardener. When lust-driven cousin murders the gardener, Tu kills herself to join her boyfriend in the afterlife.
Randi Wade's world is spiraling into a dark labyrinth of secrets and lies. Her only friend is keeping something from her. Innocent victims are being savagely attacked and left for dead, all but their skins. There is an eerie connection between the crime scenes and her own father's murder nearly 20 years before, unsolved to this day. Despite this, Chief of Police Joe Urquhart, her father's former partner and best friend, beckons her to drop the case, drop everything. Is he protecting her, or something else? As the case unfolds, Randi is pulled ever closer to realizing her darkest fear: that werewolves do exist, This Movie is Based on the World Fantasy Award Winning Novella by George R.R. Martin.
In this prequel/spin-off of the original Hunters' Crossing, Trevor's twin brother Ford deals with a heap of trouble when he accidentally unleashes a Djinn upon New York City.
Khososy a young who is living in the fifties of the 20th century in Egypt, one day he is mistaken for a man who wants to fight the British soldiers occupying Egypt, his father tries to smuggle him out of Egypt but the ship gets caught in Bermuda triangle and Khososy finds himself in the year 2005 of Egypt, trying to fit in the new time, he encounters many problems, he finds out that his children are now grown up and they in worse shape it can be, he tries to bring the back to the right way.
Reptiloid starring Marin Mandir, Goran Kramaric, and Goran Dujmic. A giant, Komodo dragon-like lizard is hunting a police officer in the middle of a forest.
The battle is set in ancient Japan. A former student of a powerful elderly wizard turns to black magic and comes back to reign terror on the quiet village. The wizard's new understudy must take on this evil foe and save the village. The two students battle it out in true wizard form and shape shift into giant monsters.
Panday is a blacksmith whose real name is Flavio. When a meteor fell from the sky one night, he forged the metal from the meteor into a dagger, the balaraw. When he raises the dagger to the sky, it magically grows into a sword. He uses this magical sword to fight the evil Lizardo and other supernatural beings.