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The third of the cult classic pentalogy, and considered by most of the fandom the last good one. Our group of heroic zombie slayin' priests are stranded in the middle of the desert just when they where coming back from the prevevious mission in Italy. The local Bedouin people beg the group to destroy an evil sect that is terrorizing the desert people with an army of prehistoric giant worms mind-controlled with the eponymous amulet. Yet again, our heroes will have to face evil with More Explotions! More Chainsaws! More Big Guns! Bedouin Girls in Bikini and an ancient giant statue of a chicken god that's actually a giant robot Centauri: Race for the Stars
A movie about the titular Centauri. A ship holding the last 20 humans alive, they attempt to find a new planet to live on. Unbeknownst to them, however, there is another ship with 20 more humans searching for another planet as well.
A movie about a Mongol technician, a sociopathic juror and a lone policeman immigrating to the Wild West to escape the American authorities. The movie is implied to be set in a Bad Future, as the enemies our "heroes" encounter are either Mormon fundamentalists, neo-Nazis (not necessarily of German descent) or cyber-barbarians from the wilds of former Canada, while USA is a dictatorship with unscrupulous laws.
Can a Cat and a Dog breed?
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The unreleased and for years considered lost feature-lenght prequel to Cat Dog, that explain how Cat Dog came to be, due to a dog-scientist falling in love with a young cat. Saddly only 3/4 of the movie is finished but fans still speculate of a possible finished reel. The Day the City Fell
A movie about the occupation, the hunger, and the downfall of a small city-state during a World War. It is narrated by one escapee from the city, now an old man.
Bolbox, or the Path to Eden
A Porno with a plot, set in an ancient future with aliens and space junk yards where where our star male actor finds himself in the middle of an argument with an attractive green skinned alien space babe of a space trucker over how much you should pay for her cargo.
When he doesn't have enough money to satisfy her demands she suggest "alternative payment".
House of Judgement the reboot 23 years after the original trilogy
The 4th installment and serie's reboot by J.J. Abrams, the premise is the same as the original (An horde of necromantic zombies coming from an haunted house swarm the New England) but with the caveat that the main hero's father has been killed by a necromantic time-traveler. He grow up as a rebel (and a jerk) and his relatioship with his companions is way more tense, expecially with what was basically his best friend in the original movie. In the end they manage to defeat the menace with the help of the "best friend" coming from the original time line and an ancient amulet shaped like a golden turkey that is actually a nuclear bomb It's a Base Breaker, with many fans disliking it either for the copious ammounts of CGI or the lack of New Englanders in Bikini. Gloves of Silk and Swords of Steel
An exhilarating movie featuring a cast of duelists armed with silver swords fighting off an invasion from hell. Monsters from every legend come to haunt the human race once again to exterminate them in this demonic apocalypse. The army fights the brunt of the battles, and they hold out long enough to equip themselves with holy weapons, but most of them are killed in the brutal onslaught that combines vampires, zombies, ghouls, demons, mythical creatures and the like together.
Eventually, all the denominations of the Christian Churches unite to combat this dangerous threat and to safeguard the civilians that are still alive. (Actually, all the religions around the world have banded together to fight this threat.) As the battles are fought and lives are lost, humans have invented magical relics of their own that allows their users to defeat the monsters in a more effective manner. The most common of these devices is the enchanted silver sword, that has the soul of a pure human being fused with it to give that sword a certain unique mystical power. (It varies from person to person.)
Watch as our heroes attempt to fend off an ancient evil so powerful that... it kills most of them in the first minute they fight. Barring that, you get to see tons of red shirts slaughtered as well.
Tales of Destruction: The First Seven Years of the Holy Wars
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A historical movie that chronicled the years of the Crusade, showing how the already morally iffy idea of getting rid of Islam influence turned into massacre. Unfortunately, the producers chickened out at the last minute due to fear of backlash from religious groups and thus sanitized the movie to the point of near unwatchable.
The 40-Years Late Present
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A man gets a present for someone, which only says it's from someone he knew forty years ago, a time in his life when he screwed over a lot of people. The film goes through flashbacks going through the different people who could've sent the present, as well as speculating what the gift actually is. When he finally opens it, it's found to be a gift from his old flame, and it inspires him to go visit her again.
Maier and Minor
A Tear-Jerkery movie about a little boy wanting to give his older sister a present for her birthday, a banquet of flowers. The bad thing is, she disappears very often, works in a dangerous profession, gets in fights with dragons and returns late. When one day she doesn't come in time, the little boy searches for her all over the world. He lives his own life, but he's upset because his sister isn't there. She only comes back when they're in their fourties, and he gives her his present - a small, stunted flower.
A satirical comedy about an absent-minded seafaring explorer, Charles Maier, and a cynical compositor, Iacopo Minor.
CROATOAN: From A Pet to A Sapient Being
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We open to a class of university students in the early seventies watch a documentary on reel to reel tape chronicling the life cycle of titular protozoan, Molecular life. this archaic and completely out of date scientific adventure is narrated by Droopy himself as it was produced entirely by an animation studio in the late fifty's.
interestingly enough the companion scientific laboratory experiment kit comes with the samples necessary to reproduce the lifeform.
The most spectacular part is when the projector catches on fire and the professor breaks his ankle trying to put it out.
We cut to a series of increasingly traumatic accidents as the life form evolves beyond expected parameters and the film turns into a parody of giant monster B movies.
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A fantasy series set in ancient China surround the family drama of a family named Po with 2 sons and a dad. The eldest son discovered that he is actually the adopted long-lost son of a distant fantasy kingdom that is suffering Succession Crisis and now must choose between his family and his responsibility with the citizens.
Into The Light
Into the Light is a biographical movie about the life of Dr. Thomas Light, a famous roboticist back in the 20XX, who invented the great robot Mega Man and incidentally created his legacy.
Refrain of the Lovely Great War
A symphonic musical about a nobleman obsessed with classical music set during WWI. He join the army as an officier, thinking it would be an epic saga like in the Wagener's Operas. But the hard truth of the Trench War slowly makes his little world to fall appart, until after he has given up to the sadness and the brutal ugliness of war, he prefer to stay in his trench to play a sad tune on a fiddle, while the enemy bomb him with the artillery. Past Light
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Past Light is a sad movie about a former junkie reminiscing on his life and his choices. It shows how he once worked as a newspaper salesman, served in the USA army, was cornered by a Peruvian soldier and then served as an ice cream salesman in Peru, after which he was employed by the mafia and got into drugs. The ending... is extremely vague.
Glorious Albanian Master Race
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A comedy about the protagonist's struggle to hide from the mafia in Albania when s/he was caught with their MacGuffin.
War of the Wild
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a dramatised documentary shot in IMAX 4k and narrated by Morgan Freeman.... about uh... the plight of the uh... endangered species being captured for zoological study and the bustling tourist trade of... Um, flowers.
A mystery/horror about a force that's coming to cause The End of the World as We Know It, and the heroes must find out how, why, and if there is any way to survive or stop it. Movie ends on a cliffhanger with the heroes finding out to their shock and horror, but not the viewer.
The life of a controversial important historical figures as shown throughout various Unreliable Narrator. Some said that s/he is a god. Some said s/he is a good ruler. Some said s/he is a tyrant. There's also various rumor about his/her personal life: poison children, miscarriage, gay affair rumor etc. The only person that truly understand him/her turned out to be... the historical figure themselves, who is revealed to be a ghost telling the story all along.
A Lie to Remember
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A murderer manages to get away with the crime he committed. However, he begins feeling guilt as time goes on, and has an internal struggle as to whether he should turn himself in and get the death penalty or let the guilt eat away at him.
The Man Walked In
The story about a family discovered a portal to another dimension through tracking down a man who constantly walked in their house.
Ninja vs Pirate vs Zombie
A psychological thriller movie about an anonymous club being slaughtered. The one who survived doesn't remember anything - except that a man walked in.
A movie about a fight between three crime gangs.
Russland Uber Alles
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Confronted by bullies one day, a normal gal lie that she's got a gun to hopefully scare them off, and is naturally surprised when she manage to pull a gun out of her jacket.
After fending off the scared bullies, she finds out that she's a Reality Warper who make lies come true. She thus lie that she has more money than most Russian Billionaires, lie that she has a military training, lie about the handsome dude in the street being in love with her.
She get malicious and lie that her rival is in prison, lie that the people who bullied her are actually poor and infected with diseases, lie about being able to get president... in the end, she sits atop the world.
However, such success bore her and she ends up dispelling the effect each time she try to be honest, and thus, can only lie.
In the end, she undo all the effects by being honest, but discover that while she'll suffer Karma for her actions, choosing to use honesty instead of keeping a fake live as a liar will earn her a bright future, an ending that is still controversial today.
Homoerotic, memetic cheesy battles between three sides.
A team of super russian soldats trucks their way trough WWII, in a Bloody Hilarious movie.
Donald Trumps and Nicolas Sarkozy vs Los Angeles.
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An alt-history mockumentary abount the story and life in the National Socialist Union of Russia, a fascist and arian Russia in an alternate timeline where the Operation Barbarossa (here called the Glorious Liberation From Comunism) was successful and billions of russian people were "replaced" by german citizen. The "documentary" describe the wonderful life in Russland, where everyone lives happy and free under the benevolent eye of the "Arian Father" (AKA Hitler after a blonde Dye-job). Well, unless you are a slav, jew, french or red-haired. the film closes with the ironic invasion of Germany by Russland after it "fell under the communist tyranny and is slaughtering BILLIONS of innocent arian citizen!" (read: "turning into a democracy after a non-violent rebellion") In The Name of My Lady
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