Panic attacks and memory loss signal the plight of a writer whose body is inexplicably being taken over by another woman.
One year after running away from home, Nicole and Jesse are still missing. When Jesse's brother, Tom, returns home from active duty, he sets out with his friends Marilyn and Jared to locate the lost couple. Their search leads them to the stretch of old highway with a mysterious Rest Stop, where they find themselves in the same predicament as Nicole and Jesse: confronting a madman.
A troubled young woman inherits a cabin filled with memories, but revealed secrets of the past ruin her hopes of a fresh start.
Jung-Hee (Kim Hye-Na) is a 21-year-old dancer who struggles with insecurities and other problems after her father abandoned her family 15 years ago. One day, Jung-Hee's brings back their father. Keun-Woo (Lee Sang-Woo) is a 25-year-old low level telephone technician. One day, his friend shows him a picture of a woman he is trying to extort money from. The woman is having an affair with a married man. Keun-Woo taps into the woman's telephone line and begins to eavesdrop on her conversations. After a few evenings, Keun-Woo falls in love with the woman, but the woman doesn't even know he exits. In-Ho (Kim Tae-Woo) is a 30-year-old soldier. He is about to be discharged from the military after serving for 2 years. In-Ho then gets his last leave of absence and decides to give his wife a surprise visit. When he arrives his wife isn't home. When he does finally see her his wife has changed and seems distant.
Felipe is in a hurry to finish writing the next number of his horror comic book, but the unexpected call from his ex girlfriend distracts him so deeply that she starts showing up inside the fiction, so it would be up to the fictional characters of the comic book, a girl and a green monster, to keep Felipe focused on his writing, so he can deliver the script of the next issue on time.
Jangan Pandang Belakang (translates as "Don't Look Behind") is a 2007 Malaysian horror film directed by Ahmad Idham. It holds the record as the highest-grossing film in Malaysia, which was previously held by 1994 drama film Sembilu.
The joys and sorrows of the little schoolboy, Akira, in a modern Japan. A story about friendship and loyalty.
Los Angeles heroin addict Jesse endangers the lives of his childhood friends after he discovers a briefcase full of money from a drug deal gone bad, and returns home with it to Texas. Hoping to turn his life around with his newfound wealth, Jessie endures detox with the support of his friends. However, the gang leader behind the drug deal, along with his cronies, trace Jesse's footsteps to Texas to exact revenge and take back their money.
Two students try to meet Bob Dylan.
Engineer and leftist illegal Neven Novak runs away from a train in which Ustashas transport their prisoners to the prison camp Jasenovac. He returns to Zagreb and tries to save his son Zoran from an orphanage. During his stay in the orphanage, Zoran was indoctrinated with fascist ideology. When he realizes that his father is an enemy of the regime, he refuses to escape with Zoran to the Partisans' territory. Novak faces his son's antagonism and the police that chase after them.
Postwoman Mrs Skorepa, her husband the ambulance driver Mr Skorepa and their eleven-year-old twins Petr and Pavel live in Prague in Malá Strana (Lesser Town), one of the Prague's historical and oldest quarters. The boys are crazy about cars and everything linked to them. They don't share their father's love of classical music. On the other hand, they are crazy about the newly announced scrap yard competition for paper collection. The lottery tickets awarded for every ten kilograms of old paper collected could win them a go-kart.
A documentary telling the story of the newly reformed Take That. Global mega star 'Robbie Williams' rejoins his former band mates for the first time in over 15 years to record Take That's sixth studio album 'Progress'. 'Look Back, Don't Stare' gives a brutally honest account of how Williams return to the group has affected the other four members and shows how the pressures of fame and the relentless power struggle for artistic leadership between Williams and Barlow contributed to the break up of one of the best selling bands of the 90's.
Zoe and Tristan go into summer school. Maya gets a job babysitting. A girl goes missing leaving suspicion everywhere.
In this short making-of documentary, director Nicolas Roeg discusses the production history of the film and the unique qualities of Daphne Du Maurier's story that inspired it, while director of photography Anthony B. Richmond explains the significance of specific scenes, including the notorious sex scene, and how they were shot. Editor Graeme Clifford also discusses his contribution to the film.
Adolf Hitler wakes up in a vacant lot in Berlin, with no knowledge of anything that happened after 1945. Homeless and destitute. Although everyone recognizes him, nobody believes that he is Hitler; instead, they think he is either a comedian, or a method actor.
A feisty, wealthy woman with a sixth sense (Deannie Yip), at odds with her son-in-law (Chi Wah Wong), must go through many lengths to save her daughter Lisa (Anita Yuen) from the restless ghost of Chan May Ping (Yolinda Lam). Ping committed suicide due to an unfaithful husband, and her ghost wants to take over Lisa's pregnant body for her reincarnation.
After his father’s demise at the hand of Gaya Hotel Group, Han Yi Soo (Kim Nam Gil) has lived for one thing only: Vengeance. Ready to hatch a plan to bring down his nemesis once and for all, Yi Soo goes to extremes in not only changing his identity, but also his face. But there's a huge obstacle in Yi Soo's way: his inconvenient love for Jo Hae Woo (Son Ye Jin), the heiress to Gaya Hotel Group. Along with being enmeshed within an ill-fated love, Yi Soo's cover gets blown, which has him running for his life like his father once did. You either sink or you swim, but what if the water is full of sharks?