After the Onin War ended in 1477, Kyoto was left in ashes and the nation was in complete disorder. Bands of roving samurai called the "nobushi" terrorized the country under the leadership of Akagaki Genba and overthrew Mangetsu Castle in Tanba Province scattering the few survivors. Lord Niwa's two sons have been studying in China and return to Japan upon hearing of the tragedy in an attempt to restore the clan. On Mt. Oe they meet magician Kiri no Kojiro and try to enlist his aid. With touches of the supernatural and rousing sword-play can they succeed against the evil villains whose symbol is the skull mask?
Germany, 1949. Three children are crating a secret society in order to help families in need.
Raden Darmadji and his friends visit Mustika Island to search for Raden's brother, who disappeared there ten years ago without a trace. The island is also the location where an ancient warrior named Maha Daru was buried 2000 years ago... only Maha Daru is still very much alive. Said to be strongly influenced by the Dracula films, this was censored in its home country multiple times yet became a box office hit nonetheless. It's also considered the very first Indonesian horror film.
John Telliman, a rich lawyer who rides bikes on the weekends, falls into some trouble with a gang of outlaw bikers and gets a case in his possession that will only bring him misery. So...what's in the case, and why do they want it?
Jungle adventure / horror.
A group of children gets into a dangerous adventure while trying to help the adults to supply water for the village. At any rate, they are courageous and won't give up.
Secret agent John Drake (aka Danger Man) goes to Japan to infiltrate a secret society that specializes in murder.
This short was an opening animation produced for Anime Expo in 1992.
A trio of World War 2 vets band together to search for a lost Nazi fortune.
Come fly with Peter and Nicole and the Chinese wizard on an exciting adventure to the ends of the earth.
The arcane powers of Mandrake the Magician take on the forces of Killing, the king of crime.
Family sci-fi adventure
Robin Hood is a 1912 film made by Eclair Studios when it and many other early film studios in America's first motion picture industry were based in Fort Lee, New Jersey at the beginning of the 20th century. The movie's costumes feature enormous versions of the familiar hats of Robin and his merry men, and uses the unusual effect of momentarily superimposing images different animals over each character to emphasize their good or evil qualities. The film was directed by Étienne Arnaud and Herbert Blaché, and written by Eustace Hale Ball. A restored copy of the 30-minute film exists and was exhibited in 2006 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
In Scotland, a young man, Lochinvar insists on marrying Ellen, the woman he loves in spite of the fact that she is betrothed to another.