As aliens enter the Goryeo Dynasty in pursuit of one of their prisoners, a mysterious blade may hold the solution to everything. Or be the worst thing that’s ever happened to humankind.
A couple buys their dream home after an odd visit with the realtor. Once they move in, the use they make of the portal in the basement differs from each other and things start getting disconcerting for them.
A young man starts to hallucinate and worry about his own sanity as he delves into past traumas and realizes sad truth about his family.
Welcome to the 6th dimension where your every musical oddity dream can be a reality. A teen girl finds herself traveling to this dimension where bizarre events, strange people, and incredible music await her.
Wendy, who carries her grand-mother’s name, is poised to receive a visit from a teen boy who she has been long told stories of. The women in her family all receive this visit and the temptation to leave forever.
On a planet where only women can survive, a young lady and her mother go on a punitive journey through the land to find a mysterious woman.
After the surprise success of “Sonic the Hedgehog” it’s fun to see our blue hero get his due after so many years. While the series isn’t quite perfect, once it hits its highs, it’s fun, funny, and filled with some well directed action. For the follow up the natural progression is the introduction of Sonic’s famed video game sidekick Tails, along with their classic video game nemesis Knuckles. While “Sonic 2” is a great follow up, it has a severe problem with its human characters.
“Morbius, The Living Vampire” is one of those third tier Spider-Man villains who were never quite iconic, but also never someone you could write off as a lightweight. While he originated with Spider-Man he fit more in to the horror corner of the Marvel universe, and much like Marvel, his feature film debut doesn’t really know what to do with him, exactly. The movie audiences never seem to lose their appetites for stylish vampire movies, and “Morbius” had franchise written all over him to where could have served as an unofficial companion to the “Blade” movie series. It’s hard to believe that Sony could get “Morbius, the Living Vampire” so wrong from the gate.