A young man must escape from a mysterious locked vault before he dies of dehydration.
A young man must escape from a mysterious locked vault before he dies of dehydration.
Blood Rain tells the story of a slew of grisly murders plaguing a small, fairly isolated island village. However, it’s not just the mounting death toll that’s causing residents to worry, but the sadistic, methodical way in which the victims were killed. With the killer still on the loose, the government sends in special investigator Wong Gyu (Cha Seung Won) to crack the case. While conducting his dogged investigation, he soon uncovers a myriad of hidden secrets, tracing the murders back to an incident that occurred some seven years earlier. The previous owner of the village’s paper mill was executed as a Christian. Does that mean that the murdered man’s spirit has come back to seek bloody retribution? The real truth, Wong Gyu learns, may be far more terrifying…
CBI officer Jasraj Patel is called in to investigate the murder of a young girl, Roshni Chouby whose body were found cut to pieces in a creek. His investigations lead him to question some of Roshni’s admirers from the Indian army, Captain Ajit Singh, Mohan Multani, Dr. Kamal Dogra and Bishen Nanda all of whom may have a motive to murder her.
Haughty and arrogant Kashmira, a Bollywood movie actress, travels with her Secretary/Chauffeur, Avinash, through the Indian countryside on a night of heavy rains. Also traveling in the same area is a prostitute by the name of Sonia, who carelessly stops her car in the middle of the road, dropping a knife and a fork. The fork punctures the tire of another passing vehicle consisting of Sukhwinder, his wife, Mitali, and son. When Sukhwinder attempts to fix the tire, Avinash’s car comes roaring by, hits Mitali, almost killing her. Avinash stops the car, gets Sukhwinder and his family in with a protesting Kashmira and stops at a motel for help. Once inside, they find out that there is only the Manager, Adi, and no one else, and due to the rains there is no working telephone, Avinash must now drive 20 km to reach a hospital to get help. He picks up Sonia, who car has stalled, and together they make their way to the hospital only to find that they cannot proceed any further due to floods. To make matters worse, their car breaks down, leaving them stranded. Another car driven by Varun, in the company of his wife, Mahek, comes on the scene, and they assist Avinash and Sonia to get back to the Motel. Also stranded at the motel are Senior Inspector Jatin and a murderous convict who is being transported to jail. It is at this motel that all of them will find that one of them is a killer – and the rest – his victims.
A quivering voice begs to screenwriter, Joel Brandt, to pick up the phone on a message from his answering machine. Thinking it a prank, Joel deletes the message. The caller is found dead. Another caller leaves Joel a message; there is another murder…then another…then another. The killer has Joel’s attention, and Joel has the attention of the police. Now the prime suspect in a series of murders, Joel discovers this psychotic killer has targeted him for a reason found within his body of work. Will Joel be able to re-write his ending, or be forced to pay the ultimate price?
Sahasra (Charmi) is a chorus singer struggling to make a career in playback singing. One night she goes to a wild party on the insistence of her fast-going girl friend (Pooja Bharati). A few days later she gets chased by unidentified men who try to murder her. The rest of the story is all about unveiling the mysterious happenings that occurred on that night where she went to party.
Byomkesh Bakshi investigates the mysterious death of Anadi Haldar, a foul mouthed man with a mysterious past. During this time he comes in touch with many mysterious persons including the adopted son, his governess, the nephew of the deceased man. Accompanied by his best friend cum assistant Ajit, Byomkesh investigates only to realise that it certainly will not be a cake walk.
Ravi (Prasanna), an engineer invents a design to tightly secure all lockers of a bank where he is currently employed, owned by Viswanath (S.P.B). He falls in love with Nandhini (Ramya Raj), a divorcee. One day he allegedly kills her husband and a gang lead by Fareed (Sibi Raj) abducts Nandhini. Fareed offers to help Ravi to cover up his murder and in return wants to get the bank robbed as Ravi was the one who designed the security locks. Initially reluctant, Ravi agrees. Will Ravi escape from the clutches of Fareed and his gang?
After a mysterious malfunction sends their small plane climbing out of control, a rookie pilot and her four teenage friends find themselves trapped in a deadly showdown with a supernatural force.
When a couple in financial distress discover GPS coordinates that promise to lead to stolen gold they must partner with a pair of mysterious hitchhikers to enter the remote winter wilderness to recover the coins.
Why is death and violence so fascinating? Is it morally correct to show violence in movies? If so, is there a limit to what we should show? That’s the subject of Ángela’s examination paper. She is a young student at a film school in Madrid. Together with the student Chema (who is totally obsessed with violent movies) they find a snuff movie in which a young girl is tortured and killed. Soon they discover that the girl was a former student at their school…
Kolkata is abuzz with the preparations for the annual Durga Puja festival, as seven months pregnant Vidya Bagchi steps off the airplane from London. Her first stop is the local police station to file a missing person report. Weeks ago, her husband Arnab arrived in India for a job assignment. The first two weeks, they talked daily on the phone, and then without explanation, his calls stopped. Everywhere Vidya turns, no one can remember Arnab. There is no trace of him at the guest house or his workplace. But Vidya will not give up her search. Somewhere in Kolkata she will discover the dangerous truth.
A police officer, is investigating a double murder case that has only two witnesses, who are also the prime suspects. The suspects – Vikram, an acclaimed writer, and Maya, a young homemaker, have different narratives about the events of that fateful night.
College student Lewis decides to drive across the country to see Venna, a friend who doesn’t know that Lewis is interested in her romantically. Unfortunately for his plans, Lewis gets saddled with his raucous-spirited older brother, Fuller, whose on-the-road pranks get the brothers and Venna sucked into a nightmare when a psychotic truckdriver takes offense.
Eight talented candidates have reached the final stage of selection to join the ranks of a mysterious and powerful corporation. Entering a windowless room, an Invigilator gives them eighty minutes to answer one simple question. He outlines three rules they must obey or be disqualified: don’t talk to him or the armed guard by the door, don’t spoil their papers and don’t leave the room. He starts the clock and leaves. The candidates turn over their question papers, only to find they’re completely blank. After the initial confusion has subsided, one frustrated candidate writes ‘I believe I deserve…,’ and is promptly ejected for spoiling. The remaining candidates soon figure out they’re permitted to talk to each other, and they agree to cooperate in order to figure out the question: then they can compete to answer it. At first they suspect the question may be hidden in their papers like a security marker in a credit card, and they figure out ways to change their environment to expose the hidden words. But light, liquids and other plans all come to naught. Soon enough, the candidates begin to uncover each other’s background, prejudices and hidden agendas. Tensions rise as the clock steadily descends towards zero, and each candidate must decide how far they are willing to go to secure the ultimate job . . .
Jin-Seok (Kang Ha-Neul) moves into a new home with his older brother Yoo-Seok (Kim Moo-Yul), mother (Na Young-Hee) and father (Moon Sung-Geun). Jin-Seok suffers from hypersensitivity, but with medication he is able to live normally. One rainy evening, Jin-Seok sees his older brother being thrown into a van by a group of men. After 19 days of silence, Yoo-Seok returns home, but he doesn’t remember anything from his disappearance. Jin-Seok though notices enough changes in his older brother’s personality and behavior that he begins to suspect that the person who has returned is not Yoo-Seok. Meanwhile, Jin-Seok keeps hearing sounds from a locked room temporarily storing the previous home owner’s belongings.
In the misty town of Manali, ACP Ashwini Dixit attempts to solve a series of mysterious murders happening in a single night, which might be connected to the night club, Vodka Diaries.
Adam Bell is a Toronto area History college professor. He is a rather somber man, largely because he is stuck in a routine, which includes a relationship with his live-in girlfriend, Mary. While watching a rental movie, he spots an actor in a bit part that looks like him. He becomes obsessed with finding out about this double of his. He learns that the actor’s stage name is Daniel Saint Claire, whose legal name is Anthony Claire. Claire is a Toronto based actor with only a few on-screen credits, and is married to a woman named Helen who is currently several months pregnant. Adam then becomes obsessed with meeting Claire, who he learns upon first sighting that they look exactly the same, from the facial hair to a scar each has, but Claire who outwardly is more “put together” than Adam. Their lives become intertwined as Claire himself ends up becoming obsessed with Adam, but in a slightly different way.
A heinous crime tests the complex relationship between a tenacious personal assistant and her Hollywood starlet boss. As the assistant travels across Los Angeles to unravel the mystery, she must stay one step ahead of a determined policeman and confront her own understanding of friendship, truth and celebrity.
The manufacturer of dolls Samuel Mullins is a happy family man with his wife Esther and their daughter Bee, who dies after being hit by a car. Twelve years later, Samuel and his wife, Esther, welcomes a nun and six orphaned girls to his home. He tells that only a locked room (that belonged to Bee) and Esther’s room would be off limits for the girls. The crippled girl, Janice, manages to sneak in Bee’s room during the night and finds a doll locked inside a closet. After she plays in the room, she is haunted by an evil force. What has Janice unleashed in Bee’s room?