Four actors go to a cabin in the woods to write, direct, and act in a film that will jump-start their careers. Their idea is a horror film about a man with a bag over his head, but what happens when that man mysteriously shows up?
An international award winning saga of old Mexico. In 1528, a Spanish expedition founders off the coast of Florida with 600 lives lost. One survivor, Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca, roams across the American continent searching for his Spanish comrades. Instead, he discovers the Iguase, an ancient Indian tribe. Over the next eight years, Cabeza de Vaca learns their mystical and mysterious culture, becoming a healer and a leader. But soon this New World collides with the Old World as Spanish conquistadors seek to enslave the Indians, and Cabeza de Vaca must confront his own people and his past.
After running into something with her car, Vero experiences a particular psychological state. She realizes she might have killed someone.
Based on the true story of two Spanish police officers killed by suspected Basque separatists in France, Jaime Rosales’ Tiro En La Cabeza looks to be a fascinating experiment in film making. Shot from the perspective of an outside observer the camera follows an unknown man as though it were stalking him, shooting through open doorways, windows etc and simply observing his daily life, never coming close enough to hear what might be said. —Twitch
Juan Perez is a wizard who begins to remember how he lost his head, after an economic crisis in the Circus where he works, he promises to mount a spectacular act of beheading that it could again return it to its glory years. But without any fifth in the bag and with time running out to build a machine is forced to rob a real guillotine without this weighs a terrible curse.
A powerful Chilean gangster uses everything in his power to stop the woman that wants to kill him, a sexy mercenary known as "the machine gun woman". The staggering sum of cash he offers for her head sets in motion an army of hitmen. And also, by accident, bursts in the life of naïve DJ Santiago, a common youth that will have to steel his guts against the underworld, and above all, survive the irresistible - and bloodthirsty - Machine Gun Woman. - Written by FICV
A chemist in his laboratory places upon a table his own head, alive; then fixing upon his head a rubber tube with a pair of bellows, he begins to blow with all his might. Immediately the head increases in size and continues to enlarge until it becomes truly colossal while making faces. The chemist, fearing to burst it, opens a cock in the tube. The head immediately contracts and resumes its original size. He then calls his assistant and informs him of his discovery. The assistant, wishing to experiment for himself, seizes the bellows and blows into the head with all his might. The head swells until it bursts with a crash, knocking over the two experimenters.
A mute phantom hero takes on skull-masked killers, a disembodied living hand and a corpse that won't stay in its grave. This is the first in a trilogy of horror/western hybrids that also includes the films La marca de Satanás ("The Mark of Satan") and La cabeza de Pancho Villa ("The Head of Pancho Villa").
A group of archaeologists break into the tomb of an ancient Aztec general, arousing the warrior's head and sending his undead servant out to take revenge on the careless scientists.
Two clumsy policemen, Kiko and Castro find during a routine patrol in the forest a dead body without feet and head. After several inquiries, they discover that it belongs to a prominent member of the union, frowned upon by the officers. To solve the case they choose Elias, an agent with little experience who will investigate the case with the help of Conda, the medical examiner, and the clumsy agents that discovered the body.
A drama about a boy who lives in a bubble because of a rare brain disease. Director: Santi Amodeo Writers: José Antonio Félez (script collaboration), Santi Amodeo Stars: Manuel Alexandre, Juan José Ballesta and Reyes Bergali | See full cast and crew
Spain short film
Mexican Fu Manchu adaptation.
Directed by Ernesto Baca
The life of "El Pibe Cabeza", an authentic Argentine gangster in the '30.
Tomás, a famous and egocentric actor, buying a Buddha head in Lagunilla . In an attempt to avoid being robbed, the thief accidentally kills in self-defense , with the relic . His life starts to change , forcing him to confront this crime and discover the sheer banality of existence. Seeking redemption faced with the mother of the thief and asks forgiveness , learning to forgive yourself
The "head" of the family is literally that--a giant head on a tiny body, who psychically controls the rest of his even weirder family.
Between dystopian visions and far-sighted social analysis, Alan Moore, writer of comics like “V for Vendetta” (1982-87), “Watchmen” (1986-87) and “From Hell” (1989-99) explains how his works are a swan song to our era. A journey through occultism, mysticism and anarchy.