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A story that details how base and animalistic current society is, told from the perspective of the deranged owner of a local pet-shop in a large shopping complex. They see similarities between society as we know it and the animals he sells, and eventually can't see the difference between them.
To Dusk, from Dawn
A short story detailing the life and times of a man in (insert 3rd world country) during a single day
Mr. Dream's Super Sexy Genocide
A man named Mister Dream manages to fulfill his lifelong dream of killing every single New York teenager in a clear Nightmare at Elm Street parody. The sexy part comes into play when he at least comforts his victims by doing a sexy rave dance while both are in the dream realm.
I'm Pretty Sure There's a Talking Parasite In My Brain
A story from the POV of a psychologist detailing his/her case with a particular patient who is a Cloudcuckoolander.
The World That God Forsake
Despite the title, it is a very disturbing movie about a man being infected with a mind parasite that forces him to do horrible things. At the end, it is revealed that there is no mind parasite at all - the narrator is just a sadistic psychopath in a psychiatric hospital.
A movie that details the decay of a world of hedonists and murderers. Once the center of a glorious empire, it has since become a Wretched Hive and a Crapsack World to its own suicidal inhabitants and a Death World to other alien races. The narrator, a priest, says at the end that is "forsaken by God itself".
Babar: The Age of Darkness
edited 1st Dec '15 6:36:58 AM by arcada188
A Deconstructive Parody about an evil lord named Babar's effort to take over the world because he was cruelly bullied when he was young because of his brilliant mind, Ho Yay obsession with the local superhero (which may or may not lead to his discovery about his sexuality) and ridiculous name.
The War That Got Away
edited 1st Dec '15 6:41:44 AM by shatterstar
A war movie centered on the World War. It is about a general who gets away with countless horrible atrocities just because his country won. In the end, he's still human, so he is overridden with guilt. The ending has him commit suicide after reminiscing on his life.
Vozbuzhdyonnyinote Horny, essentially, in Russian.
edited 1st Dec '15 6:47:39 AM by arcada188
An autobiography of the world's greatest pimp who started brothels all throughout Russia and his illegal trade was so successful that he began to become a powerful force behind human trafficking. He has styled himself as the "Big Brother" of crime and scares the hell out of the local police so much that they become his enforcers. His notorious fame has caught the attention of various national investigative agencies all around the world. Lead by Interpol, a team of agents engage in a 3 decade manhunt for the mastermind that created the world's most influential criminal empire in history.
They thought they could catch him, but after half of their team got slaughtered alongside many special forces units when his stronghold held a secret bomb that devastated the place, they decided to kill him instead. They saw him hold the Eiffel Tower itself hostage with about a dozen people inside. But when an investigation reveals that there are more things to fear if that man stays alive (His empire would fall to pieces if he died.) so they blew the Eiffel Tower with the hostages and the pimp falls to his death while the Tower falls on him too.
The sequel would be entitled "Double Horny". The rise of his secretary as she picks up the pieces of the criminal empire.
The Revival of Chivalry in Space: The Chronicles of Sir Kay the Mad Space Pirate Knight
edited 1st Dec '15 7:05:48 AM by Victor_Skye
Humans mastered the fine art of space travel but find out that conventional weapons such as guns and all won't work in space. They thus decide to use laser swords, enhanced bows meant to work even in space, metallic horse and the likes.
Sir Mad Kay was an ordinary man leading a team to a moon of Jupiter, however, he discover an old alien installation, he and his crew soon goes batshit and they decide to form a "pirate knight" gang, using alien armor for that. The other ships are taken by surprise and words spread about alien pirate, Mad Key's collections of ship grow but he's eventually confronted by an army, and an epic space battle begins.
Mad Kay and his men do good but there's too much and he's basically doing his Last Stand, at least until the aliens come back and see that the ships and armors they wanted to use against humans were stolen by said humans.
Enraged, they attacks. Mad Kay and his crew, thanks to the armors, are far better equipped to deal with the aliens and they manage to push them back, earning the respect of the other knights, who make him leader of the movement to invade the aliens.
The story of Galaxia !
An animated show about a lazy space knightress, the titular Galaxia, who became the Protector of the Galaxy after her mother died. It deals with her shenanigans as she deals with planetary disasters, villains, and a thug named Windsor who keeps screwing with the revolving door, gets hired by various baddies of the day and annoys the hell out of them, and keeps flirting with Galaxia. Very often spirals into Cerebus Syndrome, as Galaxia questions her sense of responsiblity, Windsor's crazy shit, their relationship, and what else threat will invade the galaxy.
The Cat and The Chameleon
edited 2nd Dec '15 9:57:13 AM by arcada188
An animated movie about an interspecies friendship about a wild cat and a chameleon who ran away after his/her owner's friends played a cruel joke that cost the chameleon to shed its tail to escape.
Keepers of the Wild
edited 2nd Dec '15 10:08:30 AM by shatterstar
A rather obscure, but infamously disturbing Cult Classic surreal horror movie about a lecherous drunkard who litters, a woodchuck and a cult of Wendigo-like humanoids who inhabit the local forest. The rest of the description was intentionally omitted.
The Coyote and the Roadkiller
An animated feature that began with Coyote finally managed to turn Roadrunner into dinner (AKA Roadkill). However, he is in turn being chased by the Roadrunner's family who are out for blood. Thus the hunter became the hunted.
Zeus and Hera, The Happiest Couple In All The World
edited 2nd Dec '15 7:59:12 PM by shatterstar
ironically titled as both Zeus and Hera are completely miserable and only hercules is enjoying himself with his bag of shenanigans in this slapstick romcom.
crazy uncle Hades bet Cupid that he couldn't make Zeus and Hera fall in love with each other again before Hercules goes off to college.
my life in a cardboard box
The story of a homeless man who, in accordance with the title, has only a cardboard box as his only shelter. He wanders about the city in which he lives while carrying his cardboard box, acting as a good Samaritan during his travels.
To Endure Suffering and Sorrow
It's the early '900, dissatisfied of their inhuman working conditions, the workers of a russian factory riot and take over the building for themselves, creating some sort of socialist commune led by a former litterature teacher-turned factory worker. They will have to face the tsarist troops sent to retake the factory and later the White Army.
When the USSR is enstablished they're initially overjoyed, believieng that their struggles where paid off. But soon they notice that little to nothing has changed, except for the tsarist flag in the foreman office being replaced with the soviet one. The Woman of Honour.
edited 3rd Dec '15 4:26:49 AM by Damacyn
A single mother who is already destitute must take in more children of her third husband's sordid affair with street ladies of ill repute. Said children are product of abominable deformities from intemperate gestation by those fallen women, those partakers of sodomy, those whores!
While lying vegetative in his den of iniquity, the husband has squandered all of their savings to vices and sin leaving the mother of his of his children and additional illegitimate hell spawn to wallow in a pit of despair.
add to that she must care for her elderly parents who abused her psychologically as a child because she was a simple handmaiden who they had adopted to use as a slave. Despite this she still fulfills her call to duty as family.
The Chain of Orbiks-fel
A biographical film about a woman who has struggled to survive and provide food for her family, fought against various enemies in a devastating war, helped thousands of poor people and, in the end, helped rebuild her country.
A fantasy movie about a peasant who was imprisoned in a massive dungeon of Orbiks-fel. As his warden, a very smug elf, and his inmates abuse him, the peasant tries to escape. He discovers the mage conspiracy of the Dragon of Orbiks-fel, and foils it.
Turkorussia: Succubus's Valor
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Neo-Oymyakon in the year 3977, a child is born to an infertile woman whose husband struck a deal with an underground back alley surgeon who could provide her with a suitable egg and give her the gift of life. But concealed in a cloud of darkness, the newborn slaughters her parents.
That surgeon was the member of a satanic pedophiliac cult who has plagued the land for centuries and who's corruption and power extend to the highest level of Russian government.
now grown the mutated young woman must find this scientist in a festering future city for the truth to her parents murderer.
House of judgement II: ''The Vesuvian Handí'
The second installment of the cult-classic pulp/action/horror pentalogy. Our group of zombie-slaying priests have been called back in action from the Pope himself to defeat a necromantic cult backed by the Napoletan Mafia (but James keep calling it "Camorra"). Lots of explotions, chainsaw duels, really big guns, Nuns in Bikini and a timed nuclear milkshake. The Ballad of The Iron Sky
edited 3rd Dec '15 6:45:27 AM by Damacyn
The Iron Sky is a large, outdated ship in a steampunk world. Formerly a glorious ship with enough power to cleanly wipe a country's off the map, it is now an old, falling-apart antiquity that has lost its firepower and is getting overshadowed by sleeker, smaller, faster, more fuel efficient yet just as destructive jets.
The Iron Sky fly again during a war though, and is charged with bombing the capital of the enemy to serve as a distraction for the jets to nuke it down. The captain, a reluctant old warrior, makes it clear to his crew that this is a suicide mission.
The Iron Sky meet various troubles, such as flying pirates, enemy forces, weird creatures and the troubles of several of the crew-members. The Iron Sky keeps going on though, in spite of all the damage, earning itself a reputation as a Determinator and also has an immortal ship.
They do arrive upon the capital but the bombs are intercepted. Resigned, whatever remains of the crew decide to make one last mission and crash the Iron Sky on the enemy fortress, blowing it up and allowing a swift victory for the jets, even if the government do recognize the sacrifice of the Iron Sky and swear to rebuild the world in the name of those who died during the war.
Whatever remained on the ship is respectfully left to a museum.
Grinning darkness, laughing corpse.
A surreal film about a zombie who had awoken in a dark, Saw-esque room. He tries to escape while contemplating on whoever he was when he was alive and life in general. He is implied to be a nihilistic stoner back when he lived.
A Hyena's Love
edited 3rd Dec '15 7:00:28 AM by arcada188
That there is an indie film involving Hollywood Voodoo magic; specifically the raising the dead parts of it and nothing more.
Anyways, there's like this dead dude right? And then this friggen' old lady came and like revived him. Dead man was a depressed comedian, so when he died from a suicide by hanging he went out with a chuckle. For plot reasons he's still sporting that grin when he's brought back. After a revenge scene for being disturbed, he's still pretty mad and feels like taking it out on the neighboring suburbs in the dead of night.
No body but that one old lady from the beginning actually dies but the protagonists of the town get stalked and occasionally mauled quite a bit by that grinning corpse. Film ends because budget reasons, so his death scene is him falling down and getting vaporized because he's a corpse.
Two Hyenas are parodying that one Disney movie with the alley dogs that eat spaghetti. Only this time the spaghetti is a Prairie Dog that's totally dead, dude. It's strangely romantic though.
What Happened to My Fricken' Car?!
edited 3rd Dec '15 7:00:59 AM by Stolen_Moment
A slapstick comedy about a guy who suddently found his car missing after a night of alchool.
He gets the help of an upthight but clumsy policeman and togheter they live many dangerous but commedic adventures, such as being chased by the local mafia for stealing the boss's precious Chiuahua, an ax-crazy japanese chef hell-bent on getting payed for the meal and a priest who believe the policeman is actually a demon.
It turns out the car was taken by the man's daughter for a quick joyride with her boyfriend and the two heroes rode on the sunset still chased by the whacky mob. Titan 2146: Settling the Frontier
edited 3rd Dec '15 7:12:48 AM by Damacyn
The prequel to Titan AE
We see the dawn of human space exploration, faster than light travel, and wormhole bridge casting. these powerful pulses of energy emitted into deep space awaken a dormant ancient parasitic nebulous energy virus called the Drej. said pulses energy attract the Drej to our solar system from their nest in a pocket of antimatter over eight thousand trillion light years away.
flash forward to the year 3028
We then get to see Cale's father lead the T.I.T.A.N project and how the Drej discovered planet earth as a target for their energy siphoning, why Korso fell to the dark side, and the death of Cale's father.
House of Judgment III: Eye of the Worm
edited 3rd Dec '15 7:48:05 AM by Paktra
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