A merchant's daughter is held prisoner by a mysterious winged beast .For this richly perverse re-telling of the original fairy tale Juraj Herz puts his own gothic stamp on Beauty and the Beast.
Once banned, now celebrated, Larry Kent’s legendary 1963 debut — and Canada’s first underground feature — is given new life in a miraculous new 4K restoration by Canadian International Pictures.
Billboard painters Chilsu and Mansu take on a big job and reckon with a changing society, in Park Kwang-su’s 1980s debut, a landmark of South Korean cinema.
The ultimate Hong Kong cult classic from producer Tsui Hark! Evil demons meet wuxia with humour, a tragic love story, a rap song, eye-popping effects, kinky undertones and exhilarating action.
Is it a sermon? A hallucination? What is it? It’s a pairing of two insane early ‘70s religious scare films made for the Southern church circuit! Strange, wonderful examples of truly outsider filmmaking!
Fearless investigative photojournalist Emanuelle (Laura Gemser) goes undercover to expose the depraved sex lives of the wealthy elite. Perhaps the most notorious entry in the Black Emanuelle series!
A sex worker launches her own investigation after the police fail to learn the identity of a local serial killer. A rarely seen ’80s Canuxploitation gem, made in Montreal and co-starring Nanette Workman!
All is not well in the seemingly perfect household of a former dancer and her lawyer husband. An erotically charged drama laced with dark humour from Im Sang-soo, poker of sociological hornet nests.
A mysterious car might be running on blood for fuel in this satire on consumerism, a potent piece of anti-automobile propaganda, and perhaps the purest horror exercise that Herz produced.
Directed by Larry Kent, a Montreal melodrama in the time of Vietnam, class conflict and student protests, starring Claire Pimparé.
A wildly over-the-top Hong Kong classic in which cooking collides with comedy and kung fu, starring and directed by a true king of comedy, Stephen Chow (SHAOLIN SOCCER).
An executive travels to a mysterious island to investigate a death and clear his name in Kim Ki-young’s delirious folk horror masterpiece from 1977.
An enchanting genre treat about two sisters — neither of whom is named Morgiana, that’s the cat, who gets her own cat-cam — who are placed in opposition when one of them gets an inheritance.
An uproariously bizarre creation from independent animation icon Bill Plympton, revisited with an entirely new, original, and otherworldly musical accompaniment care of PanaCello!
Lovers separated by criminal conflicts reunite, but things get complicated. Bullets, loyalty, and love will shape everyone’s destiny in the Hong Kong new wave classic, recently restored.
A student must rescue a princess from the castle of an evil magician, who's preparing an elixir from the stolen hearts of nine children. Laced with aspects of folk horror, vampirism, and surreal fairy tale...
As powerful now as ever, Lee Chang-Dong’s classic, novelistic breakthrough takes us through seven key chapters of a man’s unraveling life, and of a country’s history.
Im Sanghoo’s dark-humoured recreation of dictator Park Chunghee’s assassination earned him governmental opprobrium, a lawsuit — and a permanent place in the canon of outstanding South Korean cinema.
Yugo Sako, Kouichi Sasaki, Ram Mohan
Perdue pendant 30 ans, l’adaptation aimée de l’épopée hindoue est enfin de retour au grand écran. Une convergence de mythes, de musique, de monstres et de héros!
When Angela refuses to leave her clinic after it’s shut down by the state, a family of fanatical evangelists vow to make her pay. Kent’s 2015 thriller warned of a climate that many didn’t think possible.
Larry Kent’s uncompromising 1964 portrait of coming-of-age high schoolers, showing them not to be proverbial rebels, but instead to cling to the safety of the dominant order.
A year after graduating, five inseparable girls who had begun drifting apart are brought back together by a stray cat, in Jeong Jae-eun’s classic coming-of-age debut.
A taxi driver and a cop team up to stop bank robbers in this cult action-comedy celebrating its 25th anniversary at Fantasia. Brace yourselves for a bumpy ride!
Kent’s ground-breaking 1965 film, the story of a housewife imprisoned by her domestic world, is uncommonly perceptive about the contradictory condition facing the independent woman in a sexist society.