Strange Tales of a Ghost 1992

In a remote corner of the mountain wilderness, there is a small inn called The Margin of the World Inn strangely located in the hub of traffic. There are many haunted rumors flying around about ghosts, love, martial arts and intrigue.

Brown Girl Begins

It's 2049 on a forsaken island off the coast of Toronto where the survival of the islanders depends on young Ti-Jeanne to risk death by a spirit so she can take her place as a caribbean priestess and save her people.

Pilè

Pilè (Little Bird) is a short drama that captures a moment in a boy's life where his masculinity and morality are in opposition, and the life or death of a unwanted reptile is in his hands.

Devil's Skin 1970

Yang buys a painting of fox fairy. When he faces the painting and calls "Qing Mei", a fox fairy will get out the painting and stay together with Yang. Yang's parents invite a Taoist to catch the fox, but a vampire appears to kill the Taoist's assistant and seduce Yang. The fox fairy fights the vampire to protect Yang.

The Acorns and the Wildcat 1988

The Acorns and the Wildcat is a unique short film in picture-book format from the creator of Night on the Galactic Railroad and Gauche the Cellist. Unusually for an anime, a narrator reads Kenji's story aloud while the action is played out on the screen by a succession of warm and evocative illustrations brought to life by subtle touches of animation. If the film feels somehow familiar yet you can't put your finger on the reason why, it's probably the sumptuously minimalist animation by Yasuhiro Nagura, who was the animation director of Mamoru Oshii's artsy 1986 feature Angel's Egg. That, and Kenji's wildcat is said to have been the inspiration for Miyazaki's Panda/Totoro creature. The idea of reading Kenji's story aloud instead of playing it out as a drama is quite refreshing, and Kenji's magical language and narrative style are entirely sufficient to sustain interest. Combined with the spacey music and breathtaking art, the result is a pleasantly unassuming little gem of a film.

Other Versions of You

Diggsy (Kristopher Wente) has been in love with Suzette (Sara Antonio) since he was 9 years old. After she marries someone else, he encounters a mysterious stranger (Eddie George) who offers him a key that can open doors into parallel universes. This uncanny opportunity gives him a chance to find a version of Suzette who will love him back. During his journey, he unexpectedly meets Gwyneth (C.J. Perry), a wild card who may throw his universe-jumping adventure for a loop. For Diggsy, this is a tale full of surprises, awkward encounters, and the possibility of finding the perfect version of that someone who will love you back.

Thrown

A young telekinetic girl wonders the world in search of a home, all whilst being hunted by the forces that created her.

Tarry-Dan Tarry-Dan Scarey Old Spooky Man 1978

When he finds himself plagued with nightmares about a historic battle fought on the site of the village he lives in, delinquent Cornish teenager Jonah Grattan becomes obsessed with a potential link to a local homeless man.

Transcendent

TRANSCENDENT is a short film inspired by the visionary writings of horror author H.P. Lovecraft. Following one woman's journey to find her true place in the world; TRANSCENDENT is a different kind of 'Homecoming' story loosely adapted from Lovecraft's 'The Shadow Over Innsmouth'. It lives somewhere between art film, surrealist experiment, and horror film.

The Doll Merchant

A wide-eyed doll salesman is mistaken for a bomb-wielding anarchist by the oppressive forces of the totalitarian state.

Chimera

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.

Zero Zero 1983

This intriguing audio-visual piece was created by Mike Batt in 1982. It was the first thing Batt ever directed (co-directing with John Eastway). The designs and "animations" were all part of the original concept, conceived and designed and by MB during his 1981 Pacific crossing from Los Angeles to Sydney aboard his boat, Braemar. The story is about a young man called Number 17 (Ralph to his friends) - played by Batt. Set in the distant future, or past, - the World in which Number 17 lives is one devoid of Love, which has being deliberately, genetically eradicated. Number 17, however, is a genetic throwback and falls in unrequited love with Number 36, a surgeon at the local correction centre for those afflicted with the disease of Love.

Female Imp 1979

After the success of Tuyul, the same main cast returned for this first sequel. Sol Soleh wanders into a cave filled with small statues of tuyuls (childlike ghost similar to goblin or imp) and brings two home. One of them, the humble Darto, comes to life and makes Soleh rich overnight. Things get out of control soon after Darto requests a companion and then a female tuyul.

Meeting the Imp Again 1979

In this second sequel to the popular Tuyul, the head Tuyul is angry as one of their members died (as seen in the previous film). Therefore, he sends the black imp and white imp for revenge and they end up at the wrong house causing many problems for home owner Bokir.

Credit Devil 1982

When they're not romancing their girls, the Warkop comedy trio forms a team to help people in need, which includes solving a child kidnapping case and finding themselves facing off against ghosts and the kuntilanak (the Indonesian version of a banshee).