Francis, a young man, recalls in his memory the horrible experiences he and his fiancée Jane recently went through. It is the annual fair in Holstenwall. Francis and his friend Alan visit The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, an exhibit where the mysterious doctor shows the somnambulist Cesare, and awakens him for some moments from his death-like sleep. When Alan asks Cesare about his future, Cesare answers that he will die before dawn. The next morning Alan is found dead. Francis suspects Cesare of being the murderer, and starts spying on him and Dr. Caligari.
Teenage friends must resist the spell of an evil showman staging a house of horrors show in their small town.
A delirious young woman (Glynis Johns) feels trapped in a remote mansion at the mercy of a madman (Dan O'Herlihy).
When Marina finally calls Gideon, he can’t believe his luck in hopeful love. But his happiness is short-lived. Marina only wants Gideon to pretend to be her boyfriend so she can investigate a séance as an undercover reporter. It turns out that Gideon and Marina aren’t the only ones with something to hide. Ramona, the not-so-typical medium, suspects there are hidden cameras and her creepy sidekick Errol keeps disappearing when the lights go out. Something’s unsettling about Marina’s editor, Trevor, and his timid wife, Helen. A dead woman’s daughter, Lily, is an unbalanced mess, and her boyfriend, David, is less of a rock and more of a stoner. When the séance turns south, a mournful spirit will ensure all of their buried secrets are brought to light.
Remake of Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari (1920). Shot entirely on green screen. Some exact shots from the 1920 film were superimposed to properly replicate the original. Francis relates the story of traveling magician Dr. Caligari and Cesare. Their arrival in a town coincides with savage killings.
Stop-motion animated story of a puppet teachers lessons to a boy.
Becoming a wife of a minister, Zivka changes her former way of life and becomes a lady. However, her fashionable way of life is of short duration, since her husband is forced to resign after a being involved in a scandal. Based on a highly popular Serbian comedy novel by Branislav Nusic.
1970 short by Hakan Dahlstrom
"The picture shows the Devil working at a fire. Two cavaliers appear, and the Devil takes the form of a seer, old, bent and wrinkled. Then he disappears in a cloud of smoke, to reappear shortly as a ghost, whose head comes off and floats around the room. Suddenly the table gets up of itself, and flies up the chimney. All sorts of wonderful things happen. A cannon takes the place occupied by the table, and belches forth flame and smoke. A large cage appears mysteriously in the center of the room, through the bars of which the Devil passes as if it were an open door. By his magic, he makes the cavalier pass through the bars in the same wonderful fashion. Everything is so weird and fantastic, that such a small trifle as a man turning into a donkey excites but passing notice." -Edison catalog
On Jihwan’s journey for his next novel, he encounters Hansung, his old friend and novel writer. Jihwan followed Hansung into a strange valley only to fail to catch Hansung, a place where he came across a black covered note. Jihwan refers the novel and mimic one. After that, revealing intricate connection between Hansung and Jihwan.
Three men start a movie company and search for film ideas.
Featuring music instead of any dialogue and set in a near Kafkaesque future, this loose remake of The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari follows a bureaucrat whom mysterious Dr. Ramirez and his hideous sidekick want as their latest victim.
The Man Who Became Cabinet tells the story of an employee who, so obsessed with the routine and mechanical tasks of his work environment, eventually becomes one of the cabinets in the office.
After becoming a minister's wife, Živka changes her former way of life and becomes a lady. However, her fashionable way of life is of short duration, since her husband is forced to resign after being involved in a scandal. Based on highly popular Serbian comedy novel by Branislav Nušić.
Carl (Ignacyo Matynia) is searching for his missing dog in the middle of the woods. After hours of looking and ready to give up, he stumbles upon something incredibly bizarre; a brand new cabinet mysteriously placed in the woods. Carl's curiosity leads to unspeakable horrors that only his wife (Lauren Dougherty) has a chance of stopping! The Cabinet in the Woods is an obscure, daring cult thriller born from the alliance of multi-award winning director, Andrew Schwarz (SEPARATION), and cinematographer/editor, Bob Klein. Featuring thrilling special effects and makeup by Hinano Leung and Cuty Lin, these ambitious filmmakers have created a body horror classic that has to be seen to be believed.
Two friends on a lad's day out in the woods discover a foul piece of furniture containing nothing but nightmares.
A prestidigitator orders his assistant to bring a cabinet, which is displayed piece by piece to the audience. Two gentlemen are then introduced; they enter the cabinet and are securely bound with ropes to the chairs. The doors are closed and immediately the heads of the two men appear through apertures in the doors. The doors are immediately thrown wide open and the men are disclosed bound to the chairs as securely as at first. From this moment the most amusing scenes are enacted without interruption. The poor prestidigitator even loses his head, which is found upon a stool, while his body has been struggling in the most amusing way.
Single shot of a man behind an x-ray screen on which his x-ray is clearly visible and moving. Another man sits on a chair to the right of the screen. The x-ray image that appears on screen is same as seen in last sequence Dr. Macintyre's X-Ray Film. (http://ssa.nls.uk/film/0838)
Step into the curio cabinet of an ambitious inventor who defies the laws of time, space and dimension in order to reinvent everything around him. Suddenly, the visible becomes invisible, perspectives are transformed, and the world is literally turned upside down. Immerse yourself in a spectacular cinematic experience through never-before-seen angles. Movie-going just got jaw-dropping!
This drama-documentary evokes what it was like to work closely with Churchill in the Cabinet War Rooms during the dark days of the Blitz and the later bombing raids on London. The programme combines superb archive film from the Imperial War Museum’s vast collection, with atmospheric dramatisations actually filmed inside the Cabinet War Rooms – the real locations from where Churchill led the nation. Includes first-hand accounts which reveal the challenges of working with Britain’s bullish war leader at close quarters.