A psychotic man stalks three innocent people whom he believes are responsible for his brother's death.
After the death in suspicious circumstances of Charles Baskerville, the last descendant of the lineage of the Baskervilles, Henry, returned to the old family mansion. The charismatic detective Sherlock Holmes and his faithful assistant, Dr. Watson, investigating the case, and discover the existence of a supernatural hound that in addition murderer according to history, killed many years ago Hugo Baskerville, the first of the line, and it seems that the curse stalks his descendants.
Peter has a dream job. He’s a popular magician in a posh Prague nightclub, whose act draws more applause than the strippers. He’s got an eye-catching assistant who is ready and willing to cuddle his frayed nerves whenever necessary. But he’s also got Sylvia on his neck: a pert, scatterbrained sister who forgets that a toss in the hay may just be worth a wedding ring. Things take a turn for the better – or worse? – when he discovers he possesses extra - let’s say, supernatural – powers that enable him to see into the future, hear music by rubbing his finger over a CD, and God knows what. The problem? Peter can’t control anything any more like he used to – neither his magic act, nor his love life, nor his sister’s latest erotic fantasy.
Si-mok happens to see a drawing of his dead wife at an art exhibition. He turns white with shock. Leaving the exhibition, Si-mok gets into a cab but the driver takes him into the woods. Si-mok had been living happily with his widowed mother, Mrs. Heo and his wife, Ae-ja. Mrs. Heo has a passionate affair with Dr. Pak. However, Ae-ja's sister, Hye-suk witnesses the affair. She promises to keep it a secret. While Si-mok is abroad on business, Mrs. Heo conspires with Hye-suk and poisons Ae-ja, killing her. Afterwards, Si-mok lives with Hye-suk. Subsequently, Ae-ja becomes a ghost filled with anger and torments Si-mok's family. Si-mok overcomes this hardship through his faith in Buddha.
A howling cry fills the night air of the dark cemetery grounds. The moon illuminates the graves that line up the grounds. The howling continues when a ghost with blood flowing down her face and her hair flowing down her back smiles fiendishly. The ghost lets out a fiendish laugh and turns into a beautiful young girl. So-young was engaged to be married to Sang-cheol. But a wealthy businessman Han who wanted Sang-cheol as his son-in-law schemes to get rid of So-young. In the end, Han traps Sang-cheol into killing So-young and marries Ji-hye, Han's daughter. So-young leaves a letter for her younger brother Tae-ha asking him to pass his civil service exams and to avenge her death for her. She begins to help her brother with her supernatural abilities. The angry ghost of So-young begins a series of bloody revenges on Han and Sang-cheol.
The tragic death of her fianc'e on the day of their wedding drives a woman to the edge. She builds a cottage by his grave, dances and sings by his grave and finally digs up his corpse and brings it into her house. She proceeds to live with him as man and wife. One day, she begins to write a screenplay about the resurrection of her dead lover entitled 'Artist'.
Retired police captain tells a reporter about his latest action - carried on their own investigation into the mysterious death of the girl. Captain MO, Gray, conducts her own investigation into the death of Eve Salm, called Princess. She was a witness in a process in which the defendant pleaded guilty and was sentenced to nine years in prison. Gray has doubts and risked their lives seeking to apprehend the real killer.
"In my film I suggest that there is no greater mystery than that of the protagonists. War and Love are simply equated for what they are; the aftermath is inevitable, and a normal human condition, for which like the ancients one can only have pity and understanding. In this lies the mystery. All else is irrelevant. That there are other sub-currents of equal power in The Mysteries goes without saying; and, those who are capable of the numerous visual visitations and annunciations which the film offers them will realize what is the Ultimate Mystery of my work."
Feature length movie based on the video game, Halo.
The star of "Song of the Toreador" receives threatening messages that he will not survive the preview screening of the film. The studio publicist works with the Director, the Producer and the police, to discover who is behind the threats.
Greedy diamond mine owner Eli Snedeker, resentful that his ex-foreman John Gamble stopped him from taking over kindly, but drunken, mine owner Roger Smythe's mine just as he was about to strike it rich, kills Smythe and blames it on Gamble. Grabbing the diamonds, Gamble flees Africa to England where he changes his name and begins a new life. What he hasn't counted on, though, is meeting and falling in love with Smythe's daughter Katherine, who falls in love with him but can't marry him until she can deal with her hatred of John Gamble, the man she believes killed her father.
Professor Jiménez believes the human retina retains the image of the last thing a person sees before death. Only his student Eduardo stands by him in the face of widespread mockery. Together they will try and prove the professors theory but fate has a unpleasant way of helping them do this.
A crazed scientist tries to keep his terminally ill wife alive by transfusing into her the blood of young women he murders.
Dr. Forti carries out strange experiments, assisted by his son Pablo. They embark on an expedition to the jungle. Eight years later Forti returns without his son but strange things start to happen in the old house where they live.
Childhood friends Tommy and Tuppence (Prudence) meet in London after having served in World War I. Recently "demobed", short of money, and with no job prospects, they decide to become adventurers for hire. Soon, they are employed by the British Government to locate a secret treaty signed before the war. Bolsheviks, kidnappings, missing persons, and a marriage proposal for Tuppence, keep things moving for The Young Adventurers, Ltd.
A U.S. agent attempts to track down a spy ring working to destroy the Panama Canal.
A young writer dreams of an odd house and sees many deaths connected with it. Where does reality end?
A group of kids on a field trip in western rural America accidentally discover the bodies of two murdered children. Who they are is a mystery. Corrupt reporter Cindie arrives in town and bribes bar owner Julie into spilling her life story. As the night unfolds, Julie reveals her history of deception, adultery and events kept secret that may hold the key to the fate of the murdered children.