Simon lures victims into his basement and mutilates them—cutting off their noses, feet, fingers, and heads—and then carefully wraps and labels them and stores them in his freezer. It’s also where he stores his ice cream sandwiches. Sometimes he takes heads out of the dryer and gasps, “Hot head! Hot head!”
A young man is haunted by the memory of his father who abandoned him as a child. By transferring the image of his father to men with similar attitudes or physical traits, kills them. Acts with his lover, much older than himself, who finally delivers it to the police
A devoted son hears that, he must pay one thousand 'nyang' (old Korean currency) to save his father who is in jail for unknown reason. At that time, a low-grade official seeks for a man who could spend one night to mourn for the spirit of their DEAD daughter. The devoted son spends the night with the dead woman...
Sequel to Misteri janda kembang (1991).
The Lodgepole Pine Motel is the setting for nerve-wracking terror when a group of unsuspecting travellers find themselves trapped in a nightmare of violence and mayhem. Madge Fraiser is the kindly old owner of the rustic mountain hideaway, which, during one long night, will become awash with blood, as the guests are stalked one by one by a sadistic killer. Who will live to see the dawn, and who will learn that this is one motel where checking in can be murder?
A provincial ordinance Han happened to stay at his ex-servant Jang-Soe's place because he is robbed 1,000 nyang on his way to Yeon-Hwa's. Yeon-Hwa's spirit comes to Han every night to give him great affection which she can't show him in this world since she died even before meeting her would-be-husband. As Jang-Soe sees his master's imprudent behavior with a ghost, he sends for a shaman to hold an exorcism performance and put a talisman but nothing works out. After all Han wakes up his senses and keeps a distance from Yeon-Hwa's soul. However he makes love to her for the last at the request of her and lets her go to heaven out of the influence of wandering resented spirit.
As a chief of town is dispatched to Mil-Yang and each time the chief dies on the first day, the government looks for a volunteer to be the chief of Mil-Yang regardless of social position. So Chil-Deok, a peddler, takes that job. As night falls, a ghost appears and asks him to resolve her resentment. Her story is this : Her name is Arang, and she is daughter of former chief of town Jeong Yun-Seo. She is in love with Kim, son of a ruined noble family. As her father is angry at their love, Yoon Do-Seung makes an ill use of Jeong's wrath. Kim is killed in Yoon's trap and Arang is too killed when she tris to run away. Chil-Deok takes Arang's body out of a well and punishes Yoon Do-Seung to resolve her resentment. After that he leaves the town.
Lim Mun-Young running a Tae-Kwondo gymnasium in Manila starts finding his uncle, who disappeared with his jewel bag in the Borneo forest by the airplane crash. In the forest, there are tribes that worship snakes. His uncle was killed by a shaman Adura. Saved by Wangbina, a beautiful shaman, just before being killed, Mun-Young falls in love with her. When Mun-Young comes back to Manila, every woman he meets is killed by snakes. In Borneo, Mun-Young gets a secret to kill Adura from an old man and then, kills Adura after several crises. Finally, he comes back to Manila with Wangbina.
There is a cloud over Sajasu Wedding Hall. There have been several incidents back to back where the newlyweds married at the wedding hall were accidentally killed within 24 hours of getting married. In order to regain business, Ju Byung-wu, the owner, enlists newlyweds by promising them money. As the bridegroom, there is the gangster Kang Eun-dal. The bride is Kwon Young-ja, who has worked in various coffee shops and red district shops. The two get married. As they live past 24 hours, a rush of interviews and bookings flow in. Eun-dal and Young-ja skyrocket into becoming society's stars. However, they realize that their actions are meaningless so they return to the way they were.
Jeon Woi-ja, the wizard, uses evil spirits to serve his selfish desires. He opposes the Gang-si (frozen corpse) training center, Bubekjang Center, which educates wandering spirits and sends them away. Woi-ja picks the most evil corpses and sends them to the center in hopes of ruining it but without success. When his evil amulets fails to work he chants the eight signs of divination in hopes of getting rid of the gang-sis. But the gang-sis band together to fight Woi-ja and succeeds in reforming him and guiding him to a better path.
In the northern Manchuria, Yun, a Korean is troubled by his son Ji-ryong's relationship with Geum-hwa, a Chinese maiden. His servant Il-chun and his wife gets Ji-ryong sent to Korea and they kill Geum-hwa. Then they frame Yun for the murder and blackmail. Ji-ryong comes back from Kaeseong to investigate Geum-hwa's death and her friend Yeon-chu helps him. But Il-chun and his wife are after Yoon and his fortune and they'll stop at nothing to get it. Yun and Ji-ryong's lives are in danger but at the last minute, Yeon-chu shows up and gets rid of Il-chun and his wife and Ji-ryong avenges Geum-hwa's death.
Falsely accused of murder, Na Ok-min is arrested. In the next cell, Suh Pil-sun sits, his eyes focused on the ceiling. He has an old booklet and a necklace with a strange pattern. He gazes at Ok-min. Ok-min's mother is murdered. Pil-sun dies in prison. Pil-sun's old booklet and necklace have been placed at the head of Ok-min's bed. Afterwards, Ok-min is found not guilty and released from jail. Those involved in the murder of Ok-min's mother are killed off one by one. Suspecting that Ok-min is the serial killer, the investigators look into every detail. They realize that the murders occur when Ok-min is asleep. It is revealed that Ok-min's spirit had been killing those responsible for her mother's death.
Si-mok happens to see a drawing of his dead wife at an art exhibition. He turns white with shock. Leaving the exhibition, Si-mok gets into a cab but the driver takes him into the woods. Si-mok had been living happily with his widowed mother, Mrs. Heo and his wife, Ae-ja. Mrs. Heo has a passionate affair with Dr. Pak. However, Ae-ja's sister, Hye-suk witnesses the affair. She promises to keep it a secret. While Si-mok is abroad on business, Mrs. Heo conspires with Hye-suk and poisons Ae-ja, killing her. Afterwards, Si-mok lives with Hye-suk. Subsequently, Ae-ja becomes a ghost filled with anger and torments Si-mok's family. Si-mok overcomes this hardship through his faith in Buddha.
An actress gets the lead in a movie, not aware that the director specializes in nudies and intends to use drugs on her during the filming.
A murdered woman returns to life as a shape-shifting ghost who can transform into a wolf.
Cardiacs "rehearsing" "tunes from when they were babies" in 2005.
Who is Josh Rovnick?, Who is Josh Maddox?, Who is Craig Stanton Reid? A seemingly ordinary evening turns on its head for Husband and Wife Josh and Jenny, when chilling sounds emanate from the baby monitor. As Josh investigates and questions his sanity, will he uncover more than he bargained for?
In a small village, a woman's decomposed corpse turns up showing signs of having been defiled post mortem. A series of other vicious murders occur, with some of the victims' bodies being dumped in a well. Police begin to suspect a necrophiliac is responsible.
Was it real or was it a dream? For some unexplained reason, Joey Hammond returns in this action-packed sequel to The Violence Movie. This time the crazed killer is relentless in his pursuit of the innocent Joey with twice the action, twice the gore, twice the body count and twice the fun!