Fans flock to a festival celebrating the most iconic horror movies, only to discover that the charismatic showman behind the event has a diabolical agenda. As attendees start dying off, three teenagers with more horror-film wits than real-world knowledge must band together and battle through every madman, monstrosity, and terrifying scenario if they have any hope of surviving.
Heavy metal doesn’t get much bigger than FOZZY. The band is the brainchild of Rich Ward and Chris Jericho, two larger-than-life personalities that have spent the past decade shaping their own brand of hard hitting music. Ward is one of metal’s pioneers – as the mastermind of Stuck Mojo, he soldered metal with rhythmic vocals long before it became fashionable, touring the world with some of metal’s biggest bands and being hailed as one of Pantera legend Dimebag Darrell and Black Label Society/former Ozzy Osbourne axe man Zakk Wylde’s favourite guitarists. And frontmen don’t come more dynamic than Chris Jericho, one of professional wrestling’s biggest superstars, the embodiment of charisma, and the by-product of a lifetime immersed in metal.
Fuad Ramses and his family have moved from the United States to France, where they run a American diner. Since business is not going too well, Fuad also works night shifts in a museum of Egyptian culture. During these long lonely nights he is repeatedly drawn to a statue representing the seductive ancient goddess ISHTAR. He becomes more and more allured by the goddess as she speaks to him in visions. Eventually he succumbs to her deadly charms.
Two cannibalistic brothers kill various young women to make their flesh part of their new special dish at their rundown restaurant while seeking blood sacrifices to awaken a dormant Egyptian goddess.
Zatoichi, the famed blind swordsman, returns to his home village for the first time in many years. He is befriended by Omiyo, who had the same wet-nurse as Zatoichi. He also encounters a boyhood friend, Shinbei, who now is wealthy and appears not to remember Zatoichi. Shinbei seems to be interested in repaying the villagers' debts, but is in reality manipulating the ownership of a now-valuable rock quarry. Zatoichi learns of the subterfuge and confronts his old friend, who has a score of yakuza swordsmen backing his play.
A hilarious spoof on ethnological documentaries: an African TV team comes to the Austrian province to document the strange behavior of the natives...
Sol, Fest och Oroliga Föräldrar is the Swedish version of Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents, a reality/documentary television programme originating in the UK. The basic premise is that teenagers go on holiday under the impression they're being filmed for a stereotypical reality show, without knowing their parents also go to the holiday resort to spy on what their children are doing. The programme has had one series to date, with eight episodes within it.
A series of one-off dramas.
One night, a strange object falls on the head of Nitta, a member of the yakuza. Inside the box is a strange young girl named Hina. She has tremendous supernatural powers, and Nitta finds himself reluctantly taking her in. Her powers can come in handy for his yakuza business, but he also runs the risk of her using them on him! Not to mention, if she doesn't use her powers, she will eventually go berserk and destroy everything around her. Nitta and Hina's strange life together is just beginning...
The diverse peoples, wildlife, landscape and culture of Mexico are explored by focusing on three distinct worlds, great mountain ranges, tropical forests and scorching deserts.
4 post pubertals are searching there place in life at Berlin
Chrysler Festival is a Canadian variety concert television miniseries which aired on CBC Television in 1957.
Ford Festival, also known as Ford Festival Time or The James Melton Show, is an hour-long television show, sponsored by Ford Motor Company, hosted by James Melton, and broadcast on NBC Television beginning on April 5, 1951. The final show aired June 26, 1952. This show was replaced by another Ford-sponsored NBC show, Ford Television Theatre, from October 1952 to June 1956. The show aired: ⁕ Thursdays 9:00-10:00pm ET ⁕ Thursdays 9:30-10:30pm ET
Summer Festival is a Canadian current affairs and entertainment television series which aired on CBC Television in 1980.