A young couple shopping for their first home find themselves in a housing development where every house looks exactly the same, and with no idea how to escape after things turn decidedly other-worldly. An inventive thriller that recalls The Twilight Zone in it's efficient use of a winningly creepy premise.
Brilliantly animated crime drama following four thieves who attempt to steal the legendary artworks that are inspiring the nightmares of their psychotherapist. A deliciously intellectual and stylish heist film.
Writer-director Anna Biller who also produced, edited, costumed, set designed and scored this feminist sexploitation pastiche shot in 35mm as an authentic homage to 1960s B-movies and Technicolor films.
Ostensible 'trash' with a refreshing agenda, it slyly subverts the archetype of the man-eating vamp…
B-movie classic in which mad doctor Vincent Price conjures the 'physical form of fear itself', and lets the damned thing run amok! With bizzaro concept, surprise colour sequence, heck, even an LSD trip, gimmickmeister Castle knows how to give his audience a great time.
A strange yet spiritually faithful adaptation of Hermann Hesse's novel about a solitary intellectual in 1920's Germany who is a half-human, half-animal who contemplates suicide before a chance meeting introduces him to an enlightening and bizarre world known as the Magic Theater.
A cult film that boasts…
A good-dumb-fun excerise in bad taste about a creepy father-and-son team who run a disco walking tour and become rivals for the affections of a female customer, while one moonlights as a serial killer with serious hygiene issues. Co-produced by NZ's arch purveyor of trash, Ant Timpson.