Directed by Frank Packard, Abar: The First Black Superman (aka In Your Face) is dubbed by many as “the first black science fiction film.” It follows Dr. Kenneth Kinkade (J. Walter Smith) and his family who move into a bigoted neighbourhood and are targeted by their neighbours.
In a bid to protect themselves the Kinkade’s higher a body guard, John Abar (Tobar Mayo), from a local black activist group. Soon Dr. Kinkade develops a special potion which he gives to Abar who becomes… the first Black Superman!
Wonder Woman 1984 (aka WW84) sees director Patty Jenkins return to the franchise that saved the DCEU. It is hard to believe this is the ninth film in the DCEU, Read more
Written and directed by Andreas Schnaas and filmed over four long weekends on a rented camera, Violent Shit follows a young boy named Karl (Karl Inger) who after being abused Read more
Directed by Stephen Chow, The Mermaid follows property tycoon Liu Xuan (Deng Chao) as he purchases the Green Gulf, a coastal wildlife reserve. Liu Xuan plans to turns the reserve into Read more
Directed, written, produced, co-scored, co-edited by and starring Alejandro Jodorowsky, The Holy Mountain follows a man we later know as The Thief (Horacio Salinas) who when we meet him is Read more
Directed by Jesse V. Johnson, The Butcher follows former boxer Merle "The Butcher" Hench (Eric Roberts) who for the past twenty years works for Murdoch (Robert Davi), the capo of Read more
The initiated will know that Asia have been delivering high quality, and some of the most original storylines and films throughout the history of cinema. Something that the mainstream movie Read more
Directed by Neal Sundstrom and produced by David Winters, Space Mutiny may seem at first glance like a cheap knock-off of Battlestar Galactica (including rented footage from the show) but Read more
Directed by Rene Cardona, Santa Claus vs. The Devil tells the little known tale of a time when Santa (José Elías Moreno) was working in outerspace battling Lucifer. After loosing Read more
Safari 3000 is directed by Harry Hurwitz and stars David Carradine, Stockard Channing, and Sir Christopher Lee. It follows reporter J.J. Dalton (Channing) and she follows stunt driver Eddie Mills (Carradine) Read more