Based on a true story of serial killer a model citizen, loving father and husband and serial killer John Wayne Gacy, a man with over 30 dead men and boys entombed in the crawl space underneath his house which he shared with his family.
A chronicle of the interaction between college student Jason Moss and the object of his obsession, serial killer John Wayne Gacy.
Gachchi is a real yet unpredictable situational comedy about one day in the lives of two troubled and conflicting strangers, Shriram and Keerti, who have a chance encounter at a strange place (a terrace) and affect each other's lives. Will they be able to pose solutions for one another's dire and unsolvable problems and somehow manage to end the day better than they started it?
A not-so-heartwarming tale about capsule toys, the nightmare of obsession, jealous rage, and a slimy, stop-frame animated tiny monster.
Chickens suffer through their work.
A group of paranormal investigators enter the abandoned home of paedophile and serial killer John Gacy, hoping to find evidence of paranormal activity. Upon entering the house they set-up cameras throughout the abandoned house while going room to room with hand-held cameras, performing séance's and asking for John Gacy to come forward. As the evening progresses it seems the investigators are not prepared for the horror still within the house.
Deniz is a trans woman working as a sex laborer in Mersin. She was a victim of an hate attack by a group of people. She was injured seriously and moreover crashed a car while running and broke her leg. In the mean time she is getting healed also struggling the survival for her rights with "7 Colours" activists of LGBTI, the first assoc. of the south region. One of the ways of defeating hate is to exist in the daily life more and more and by this to be acceptable by society.
Latest action feature of the popular Gachiban series stars Kazuma Sano (Mori) and Masataka Kubota.
A secret government lab run by Dr. Hess (Art LaFleur) has been trying to create the ultimate killer using the DNA of infamous killers Jeffrey Dahmer (Ford Austin) and John Wayne Gacy (Randal Malone), but there’s one big problem: they’ve escaped! Bloody mayhem stretches across the United States as they go on the ultimate killing spree. Trying to stop the maniacal madness is Ringo (Ford Austin), a hick warrior being trained by God (Harland Williams), using only a shotgun and a bottle of whiskey. In his road trip to hell, he must first fight off his own demons, not to mention an army of Japanese ninjas and a Super-serial killer (Ethan Phillips)! It all leads up to the ultimate showdown!
A conversation about sex and death winds its way between a handful of college kids, one of whom may actually be dying
In Georgia, in the tiny Didube bus station, characters flow into Niko’s veterinarian pharmacy. They are not really customers, some of them come in by mistake. The faded poster, with its cows that have turned blue over time, is the only trace of an activity connected to animals. The store, its counter overflowing with packaging and other useless things, could have been filmed in another era. But time stands still here, and it really is the Georgia of today that we find in this snapshot of the nonetheless incessant activity at the station. Nodar’s refrain, accompanied by his guitar, paces and pushes the film forward, in fits and start, according to the arrivals and departures of the buses headed for other destinations that are perhaps more rooted in the modern word.
A harder-edge companion to its ballad-heavy counterpart Blue, the Red collection of music videos by Japanese rock star Gackt Camui includes a dozen tracks by the onetime singer of the band Malice Mizer. The international superstar shines on "Another World," "Oasis," "Secret Garden," "Redemption," "Mizerable," "Black Stone," "Sekirei," "Vanilla," "Kimi Ga Oikaketa Yume," "Mirror," "Wasurenai Kara" and "Metamorphoze."
The ballad-heavy companion to the Red DVD release, featuring hits like "Last Song," "Love Letter," and "Kimi Ni Aitakute."