• 2 May 28th, 2017 at 9:09AM
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    Lastest Reply: 28th May, 2017 08:04:01 PM
    Looking for a kids tv series set in 2000s (possibly Australian, probably American) where there was a creepy premise always. My only memories of it include this girl being stuck in this house, that in some weird parallel universe the house was like a matchbox or shrunken and it got set on fire. The boy tries to help her get out of the fire. The only other scene I remember is the girl and boy being dressed in reneissance style gown and her walking down fancy stairs to go with him to a ball?? Both the girl and the boy were young and had dark hair. Thanks Reply

      Could it be the newer season of Are You Afraid of the Dark, from 1999-2000?

      Could be Freaky?
  • 1 May 28th, 2017 at 8:08AM
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    Lastest Reply: 28th May, 2017 05:41:06 PM
    This was either a film or an episode of a TV series but I distinctly remember a man walking around a hospital or something, and he kept hearing a little girl singing a creepy version of the Hush Little Baby nursery rhyme. By the end of fhe film/episode, the man tried to set himself on fire and I can't remember whether he was successful or not . . . I know this isn't much to go on at all, but if anybody has any wuggestions and nos to what it might be I would be very thankful. Reply
  • 1 May 25th, 2017 at 7:07PM
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    Lastest Reply: 26th May, 2017 06:14:10 AM
    its a movie about a bunch of guys and chicks (punks?) living in a single abandoned house like a commune, they get in trouble with cops, have parties, and the thing i remember the most is the statement which ends the movie in italian, the translation is something like "the pisa tower is not leaning, whats leaning is the world" i saw it with subtitles the languaje is italian for it is a italian movie. thanks you. Reply
  • 2 May 25th, 2017 at 5:05PM
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    Lastest Reply: 25th May, 2017 05:54:33 PM
    Does anybody know a movie that feature Alan Thicke as a scientist who created a robot son. I think there were three films and aired on the Disney Channel back in the 90s. Reply
  • 2 May 22nd, 2017 at 9:09PM
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    Lastest Reply: 24th May, 2017 03:10:03 AM
    I remember that movie have the main characters to be a rich man and his driver/best friend that were kill by another member of his company. The man loved his pre-teen/teenage son a lot but their relationship was somewhat distant. When the two men died, they became ghost and discovered that the man's golden egg box has recorded his murder, ghosts could appear on TV for a few seconds to talk with the living before the TV exploded and could teleport to wherever they want by just thinking about it. Not to mention the driver discovered his girlfriend has moved on immediately after his death much to his chagrin and there was a strange man who could talk to both of them directly.

    They managed to contact the son, who was be able to recovered the stolen egg from a kleptomaniac female relative. The bad guy confronted the boy but he was stopped when the latter put his VR game headgear on the former. In the virtual space, the two ghosts confronted the murderer and he fell backward into his death through the window/balcony. The ghosts said goodbye to the boy, father and son confirmed their love for each other before the ghosts left. They met both the ghost of the bad guy and the strange man who was some kind of grim reaper or angel. Through a public bench, the murderer was sent to hell while the two men, sitting on the bench, filed to heaven. Reply
  • 0 May 19th, 2017 at 10:10PM
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    Two East Asian films, possibly Chinese.

    • A romance movie. The poster featured two male/female couples hugging, the women looking at each other from over the men's shoulders.
    • The poster featured two women. One is touching the lips of the other, who's wearing red lipstick.
    Reply
  • 0 May 18th, 2017 at 3:03PM
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    I have a vague memory of an animated film about a tribe or indian that had dark skin wearing only a loincloth living in a volcano or a mine, cant decide because i remember lava and a rail and a mine car. The characters were very simple drawed like a stick forming their body. It also appeared an old lady telling a story about humanity and its destruction. The main characters were a boy and a girl, the girl had a red hair with a high ponytail, they eat worms.. hahahaha, I think the trama was like moving to a safe place before eruption/destruction. Plis help!!! may be it was my childhood imagination.. Reply
  • 1 May 13th, 2017 at 1:01AM
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    Lastest Reply: 15th May, 2017 05:12:53 AM
    There was a rather accurate medieval movie I remember from my childhood. I remember a siege happening upon a castle where they dropped a stone ball through a chute and it removed several soldier's heads, with no embellishment or fanfare. I don't remember much past that. It was set upon the English Isles. 2009 latest release date for home viewing, more probable 1998 or slightly later. The siege was shot sort of like Saving Private Ryan's beach assault scene, with little embellishment and more showing the horrors of a medieval battlefield siege. Reply

      Possibly Flesh and Blood with Rutger Hauer?
  • 2 Dec 27th, 2015 at 11:11AM
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    Lastest Reply: 14th May, 2017 05:26:03 PM
    A movie my sister told me that she watched which she remembered as an adaptation of the Snow Queen. She said it was live action and had a witch in outer space with a cauldron and a shard fell from her cauldron or something and there was a boy named Jack and the shard landed in his eye and made him act like a Jerk Ass. It was definitely not Frozen or that one animated Snow Queen movie with British actors. She clearly told me that it was live action. Can anyone help?

    Late 90s movie or older. Reply
  • 2 May 11th, 2017 at 1:01PM
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    Lastest Reply: 11th May, 2017 04:51:56 PM
    It was about a teacher who lived in a rural part of what I assumed to be Australia given the accents . Her entire class along with herself is abducted and driven into the wild. As might be expected, the few bad guys can't keep track of an entire class of children so they have a tough time and the teacher helps plot their survival. One by one the kidnappers fall victim to the traps set by the teacher and her class. At the climax, the final kidnapper trips and inadvertently extinguishes a fire that the students set. They all stab him to death. We cut to awhile later (Presumably months) and the police enter the classroom to talk with the teacher . They say that it's unlikely the criminals died from being mauled by animals like she apparently told them. She simply asks them who they are there to arrest. They respond that they aren't there to arrest anyone. She bluntly tells them to leave and the final shot is of some newly preserved organs in jars in the window of the classroom. If anyone knows the name of this film or show or whatever it was, I will appreciate it greatly if you'd tell me. Thanks in advance. Reply
  • 2 May 11th, 2017 at 12:12AM
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    Lastest Reply: 11th May, 2017 01:45:00 AM
    Hi everyone. Back in the nineties, I vaguely remember watching a live-action action movie in cinema about giant robots (I think it had Western actors, though, so it wasn't a mecha anime). I cannot remember anything about the characters or the plot (I was, like 10 at the time), but I do remember that there were two main robots, one a brown-ish humanoid robot, and one very dark-colored and scorpion-shaped. I think the scorpion-shaped was the villains' robot, and when it got disabled by the good guys, they had to jump from its cockpit, which was 30 m into the air or something. Reply
  • 8 Mar 18th, 2017 at 12:12PM
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    Lastest Reply: 10th May, 2017 01:39:01 PM
    I remember watching this scary movie when I was a kid. A bunch of teenagers or adults adventured into this abandoned factory which was haunted by a ghost who killed people in gruesome ways. The first person she killed was some guy who offered her a cigar. The teenagers were picked off one by one and on the way, they bumped into some mercs or military men who were at first hostile but eventually sided with the teenagers. They all died and eventually we were left with 2 adult or teenage girls. One girl was killed and the ghost was about to kill the final survivor but she was somehow rescued and she woke up in a room that was occupied by another woman. I can't remember the room that well, but does anyone know what movie this is? Reply

      It was around 2004-2009

      Sounds so familiar


      Before I try Googling - was this American made and can you remember the reason why they were in an abandoned factory- did they work there, were they partying, etc.

      They looked American, but I can't remember their accent. I can't remember why they were in the factory, from what I remember they were exploring, the factory was abandoned too, the only people there were the kids, the mercs, and the ghost.

      It was mostly white and I'm pretty sure there was a black cast member in it as well.

      It cold of been an older movie but it was on demand on tv

      Anyone?

      Googling didnt help me with this one - sorry.
  • 5 Apr 4th, 2017 at 10:10PM
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    Lastest Reply: 10th May, 2017 01:38:29 PM
    Okay, so there's this live-action film that's meant to be horror but we weren't scared as the score was the chicken dance music.The plot was that this man (I think he was white with dark hair) had a wife or child who'd died and he was helping his daughter (a child who was prepubescent but older than four) to grieve. Things kept happening around his house like the kitchen tap fell off and the window broke or something and there was a forest outside where he found a group of kids running around chanting and he asked a woman about it and she said that some children had died in that forest a while back so these kids may be ghosts. Reply

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      Do you remember when you saw the movie and/or when the movie took place? In this movie- a brunette single father and his daughter lived near the forest. Do you remember if he tried to contact the kid or if his daughter did first - you would be surprised how many details can make googling easier.
  • 6 Mar 28th, 2017 at 1:01PM
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    Lastest Reply: 7th May, 2017 08:07:11 PM
    I remember seeing a bit of a movie on tv once but I can only remember one scene: a character (probably the protagonist) is looking for a place. He asks a passerby " do you know how to get to (place name)" and the person says "yes". instead of waiting for his response the other character just says "ok" and leaves. What movie is this? Reply

      Any idea of what the character looks like young or old? It would help me know if its a Leslie Nielsen movie or not - sounds like that kind of formula. Any idea how long ago when you saw this scene and/or if it was recent at the time?

      I don't remember what they looked like. It was in the 90s I saw it but of course the film could have been much older

      I don't remember what they looked like. It was in the 90s I saw it but of course the film could have been much older

      bump

      I'm thinking now it might have been one of the Pink Panther movies. Can anyone confirm this scene appears in one of the movies?

      After looking at Mathematician's Answer I am pretty sure it is The Return of the Pink Panther
  • 0 May 5th, 2017 at 11:11PM
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    I remember a Chinese TV show for kids that was animated and about some sort of ancient bird/dinosaur thing (much like an archeopyteryx.) The main character learned how to fly and teaches others. He/she (?) travels across the ocean with a turtle, and leads a group of the dinosaurs/birds from a volcano at right about the end. I remember the name was something along the lines of "I want to fly". Does anyone know what this is? Reply
  • 2 May 3rd, 2017 at 3:03AM
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    Lastest Reply: 5th May, 2017 01:06:40 AM
    It was live action and it had a woman and a female monster like character which was basically some one in a suit. I wanna say that the monster spoke gibberish and it was high pitched. I also wanna say she taught ABC's on this particular tape. Reply

      What did the monster look like? Do you know anything else about the tape?

      I cant remember colors but i believe the face was on the body towards the top of the body ... I remember watching this when i was a kid on Vhs back in the early 90s.
  • 0 May 4th, 2017 at 10:10PM
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    Lately, while browsing the closing logo wiki, I remembered something.

    A few months ago or so, I watched a Cold War-themed movie distributed and/or made by Warner in the recent 2010s. Possibly to invoke the period look, they used a logo that's something like this at the beginning of the movie. I checked the "variants" section of the logo on CLG, but found nothing about its recent appearance in the movie.

    I'm pretty sure it's not from The Man from UNCLE, the reboot movie, though. Reply
  • 1 May 3rd, 2017 at 11:11PM
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    Lastest Reply: 3rd May, 2017 11:22:00 PM
    I really don't remember that well the movie, only the ending, where the guy is talking to a girl that's dead but then the girl's skin rips off and a robot comes out and kills him. Anybody know the name of the movie? Reply
  • 3 May 2nd, 2017 at 6:06PM
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    Lastest Reply: 3rd May, 2017 05:34:49 PM
    It is bizarre that in my research, including on the TV tropes page for Peter and the Wolf, i can't find any reference to this particular adaption of the classic story but here it is: a live action peter and the wolf that, if memory serves, became animation once he got to his grandfather's place. I remember his yellow raincoat, a staircase, some focus on the relationship with his grandfather and a horrible pan through the dark forest resulting in the inevitable reveal of the lurking wolf. Reply

      Could it be the Chuck Jones 1995 version?

      That looks right, thank you!


      For anyone that wants to relive my childhood trauma with me, the aforementioned wolf reveal is at 21:46. Glad to see in the comments that I'm not the only one that remembered that bit.
  • 1 May 2nd, 2017 at 10:10PM
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    Lastest Reply: 3rd May, 2017 02:49:36 PM
    I'm looking for a show or movie where in the end some guy is cooperating with the police but someone is messing with his mom or stepmother or some family member. Then a cop or detective goes and says what's up to the prisoner in front of all the other prisoners which leads to the killing of the prisoner by the other inmates. Reply

      Not enough details for me, based on the amount of movies where prisoners kill another prisoner at the end - but off the top of my head it seems like American Me. Do you know when this was made, what kind of inmates they were, what the main character looked like, etc?
  • 2 May 2nd, 2017 at 3:03AM
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    Lastest Reply: 2nd May, 2017 04:31:39 AM
    A found footage film about a couple in the woods trying to find Bigfoot. It also featured moments blatantly stolen from the Blair Witch Project, such as when they continually pass by the same tree and start freaking out (except this is never actually explained properly). It also featured a twenty-minute long shot of the couple freaking out in the tent because Bigfoot was nearby.

    I'm also fairly certain that it had a Tv Tropes page out there, but I just cannot recall the title at all. Any ideas? Reply
  • 2 May 2nd, 2017 at 1:01AM
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    Lastest Reply: 2nd May, 2017 02:56:43 AM
    I remember different parts of it so hear me out. Okay, so I remember this scene where the guy is locked in a jail cell. His old man friend who is a painter (they both paint) goes to visit him with paints. They paint a sheet to look exactly like the back of the cell so it looks like they weren't in there. they hid behind the sheet. When the guard came to check on them he couldn't see them and that's how they escaped. I don't know if it is a film or a tv show.

    I also remember that there was a girl in his painting class who dressed up as a guy because women weren't allowed to paint.

    I really want to find this so any help would be great. Reply

      Leonardo has a girl crossdressing so she can learn to be a painter

      Ahhh yes that's it, thank you. It was in the back of my mind and I couldn't get it out. Thanks for the help !!
  • 2 May 1st, 2017 at 7:07PM
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    Lastest Reply: 1st May, 2017 07:49:00 PM
    I don't remember all the details but I do remember that the antagonist of this story was markedly very ugly. He had a friend who liked to call him "Bonaparte" He wrote a thesis on how "Crime is Freedom" and his partner in crime made a dirty quip about how the female detective pursuing them "Spreads Like Peanut Butter." He and his friend made a suicide pact and put guns to their heads but in the end "Bonaparte" suspects that his friend's weapon isn't actually loaded so they turn on each other. Ultimately the motive was to prove that his "Thesis" was correct. Any help is greatly appreciated. I wish I had more info, but in all honesty , this film wasn't all that great. Reply
  • 0 Apr 30th, 2017 at 10:10PM
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    This must've been shown in the mid-to-late-90s, only maaaaaaaybe into the 2000s, but I remember it from when I was really young. I only caught the end of it, but it was a Spanish-language (I think) show on PBS; the characters were definitely Latinx, I know that. The scene I remember was the family sitting at dinner. On one side of the room was a large wall mirror where the ghosts of the family (like, past relatives) sat and dined. The ghost side was in black and white, the living in color. One of the daughters (an adult) could either more clearly see the mirror and family or was trying to get to them. I remember her going to the mirror and putting her hand to it, but I can't remember if she went through it or not.

    I have been trying to find this movie for 84 years, I stg. If anyone has any clues, please let me know! It's driving me mad(der)! Reply
  • 3 Jan 9th, 2011 at 1:01PM
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    Lastest Reply: 29th Apr, 2017 03:15:18 PM
    There's a movie about a guy having an affair, I'm pretty sure he was a university professor having an affair with a student. The only specific scene I remember is of them having sex on the kitchen counter. Reply

      It wouldn't be Poison Ivy II, would it? Only one that immediately springs to mind.

      That would be my guess, as well. That said, there's a lot of derivative Lifetime reject movies that follow that plotline - many of which no doubt even feature kitchen counter sex.

      Was it a horror movie? There is a movie from 1980 called "He knows your alone". It has a scene in it with counter kissing and he's older than she is. Can't remember if he's a professor or not.
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