Pirates of Tortuga (1961)

Pirates of Tortuga is a 1961 American Swashbuckler film which invented an alternate history for the actual Welsh privateer Henry Morgan. It was released in October 1961 in the United States.

Scarewaves (2014)

Radio host Amos Satan tells four terrifying and true stories of horror.

Dot and the Whale (1986)

Dot and the Whale is an Australian animated film from 1986. It is based on the character Dot from the animated film Dot and the Kangaroo (1977), which in turn was based on the children's book of the same name by Ethel Pedley.

Orion's Key (1996)

Project Shadowchaser IV, also known as Shadowchaser IV, Shadowchaser: The Gates Of Time, Orion's Key and Alien Chaser, is a 1996 science fiction film by director Mark Roper. It is the fourth and final installment in the Project Shadowchaser film series.

Dead Beat (1994)

The girlfriend (Natasha Gregson Wagner) of a womanizer (Bruce Ramsay) threatens to reveal his secret of killing a local girl.

Tarzan And The She-Devil (1953)

In Lex Barker's last appearance as the King of the Jungle, his home-sweet-jungle-home is a smoldering ruin, Jane is missing and presumed dead, and the distraught Tarzan, overwhelmed and powerless, is ultimately taken captive. Ungawa!  Emmy-winner Raymond Burr (Ironside, Perry Mason) co-stars with Monique Van Vooren (Ash Wednesday, Andy Warhol's Frankenstein), the beautiful captain of a band of ivory thieves who enslaves a warrior tribe, leading them into territory teeming with huge elephants. 

While The City Sleeps (1956)

While the City Sleeps is a 1956 film noir directed by Fritz Lang. Written by Casey Robinson, the newspaper drama was based on The Bloody Spur by Charles Einstein, which depicts the story of "Lipstick Killer" William Heirens. The film features Dana Andrews, Rhonda Fleming, George Sanders, Howard Duff, Thomas Mitchell, Vincent Price, John Drew Barrymore and Ida Lupino.

The People's Choice (1946)

Laryngitis turns a small-town guy (Drew Kennedy) into a mysterious radio star.

Revolution (2013)

Filmmaker Rob Stewart sheds light on important environmental topics and suggests ways that people can work to curtail damage that has been done already.

Voodoo Island (1957)

A scholarly type is asked to investigate the possible island site for a large resort hotel--an island rumored to be infested with zombies.

Elmer, The Great (1933)

Elmer, the Great is a 1933 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by Mervyn LeRoy, starring Joe E. Brown and Patricia Ellis.

The Savage Princess (1952)

Aan (Hindi: आन, Urdu: آن, translation: Pride), also known as The Savage Princess in the United States, is a 1952 Hindi film produced and directed by Mehboob Khan, which was India's first technicolour film, as it was shot in 16mm Gevacolour and was blown up in Technicolor. It stars Dilip Kumar, Premnath, Nimmi and marked the debut of Nadira who replaced the original choice which was actress Nargis. The cost of the film was Rs. 3.5 million and it turned out to be the highest grosser of 1952 [2] as well as was the first to gross over Rs. 15 million. This record was beaten 3 years later by Shree 420 in 1955. Dubbed and released in Tamil also as Aan (Murattu Adiyaal).

Pete's Meteor (2002)

Lives change for members of an Irish family after a meteor crashes in their back yard.

The Young Vagabond (1985)

An aimless man (Gordon Liu) learns martial arts from a master.

Dial Love for Murder (1970)

A wife plots to trap her unfaithful husband at the same time he is plotting her murder.

Flowers of Shanghai (1998)

Flowers of Shanghai is a 1998 Taiwanese film directed by Taiwanese director Hou Hsiao-hsien and starring Tony Leung, Hada Michiko, Annie Shizuka Inoh, Shuan Fang, Jack Kao, Carina Lau, Rebecca Pan, Michelle Reis and Vicky Wei. It was voted the third best film of the 1990s in the 1999 Village Voice Film Poll. The film was selected as the Taiwanese entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 71st Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Till We Meet Again (1936)

Till We Meet Again is a 1936 American film directed by Robert Florey.

The Strangeness (1985)

People enter an old mine no one's entered for years, and they soon know why.

My School Chum (1960)

Mein Schulfreund is a 1960 German drama film based on the play Der Schulfreund by Johannes Mario Simmel.

Dhoop (2003)

Dhoop is a 2003 Indian war drama film directed by Ashwini Chaudhary, based on Battle of Tiger Hill. The film stars Om Puri and Revathi and is loosely based on Captain Anuj Nayyar, MVC and his family.

The Puppetmaster (1993)

The Puppetmaster is a 1993 Taiwanese film directed by Hou Hsiao-hsien. Based on the memoirs of Li Tian-lu, Taiwan’s most celebrated puppeteer, this story covers the years from Li’s birth in 1909 to the end of Japan’s fifty-year occupation of Taiwan in 1945.

No Time to Fear (2009)

Friends encounter an evil spirit that assumes the form of its prey.

Death Spa (1988)

Death Spa (known in Europe as Witch Bitch) is a 1989 American horror film directed by Michael Fischa and starring William Bumiller, Brenda Bakke, and Merritt Butrick. The film was released directly to VHS in the United States in 1990, and was released on a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack in 2014. Death Spa was the final film to feature Merritt Butrick.

Count Three and Pray (1955)

Count Three and Pray is a 1955 CinemaScope western film starring Van Heflin, Joanne Woodward (in her film debut) and Raymond Burr. The film was directed by George Sherman. It was based on the story "Calico Pony" (also the working title of the film by Herb Meadow). It premiered in Woodward's home town, Greenville, South Carolina, at the Paris Theatre.

A Girl Called Rosemarie (1996)

A Girl Called Rosemary is a 1996 German biography film directed by Bernd Eichinger. It is a remake of the 1958 film Rosemary.

Just Like in the Movies (1990)

A divorced private eye (Jay O. Sanders) keeps in touch with his son and spies on an actress (Katherine Borowitz) who has jilted him.

Sea of Death (2009)

A deadly disease spreads like wildfire after an accident on an oil platform.

Trap (2007)

Two abused spouses (Amanda Lamberti, Ed Nahhat) each kill their respective mates.

Love Potion (1987)

A drug addict (Nancy Paul) deals with an unorthodox doctor after she checks into a rehabilitative clinic.

Born Killer (1989)

A weekend excursion for a a group of teenagers turns into a bloody life or death battle when they cross paths with two escaped convicts. Bloodied and beaten, the teens have only their wits and courage to protect them.

The Taste of Fish (2008)

A successful businessman finds happiness while lending a helping hand at a fish market.

Fully Loaded (2011)

An encounter with a stranger (Dweezil Zappa) changes the lives of two single moms (Paula Killen, Lisa Ann Orkin).

Siegfried & Roy: The Magic Box (1999)

Siegfried & Roy: The Magic Box is a 1999 American biographical film about magicians Siegfried & Roy directed by Brett Leonard and starring Siegfried & Roy as themselves with narration by Anthony Hopkins.

Cirkus Columbia (2010)

Cirkus Columbia is a 2010 Bosnian drama film starring Miki Manojlović, Mira Furlan, Boris Ler and Jelena Stupljanin. The film is set in the Herzegovina part of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the early 1990s, after the dissolution of Yugoslavia, and slightly before the Yugoslav Wars. It tells an emotional story of a man coming back to his hometown after many years abroad and dealing with his past and current family, using the political dealings of the region as a backdrop. It is based on the novel Cirkus Columbia by well known Bosnian Croat writer Ivica Đikić.

Good Men, Good Women (1995)

Good Men, Good Women is a 1995 Taiwanese film directed by Hou Hsiao-hsien, starring Annie Shizuka Inoh, Lim Giong, and Jack Kao. It is the last installment in the trilogy that began with A City of Sadness (1989) and continued with The Puppetmaster (1993). Like its predecessors, it deals with the complicated issues of Taiwanese history and national identity.

Gang Girl (2009)

Shakira is a young girl from the Bronx who has joined the neighborhood gang for friendship and protection. But the crimes she commits as part of the gang lead to consequences she isn't willing to face. Forced into the 'Scared Straight' program she meets a former gang leader who begins to show her a different way of life. For Shakira this is just the start down an unlikely road to redemption.

The Case for Israel: Democracy's Outpost (2009)

Attempts to de-legitimize Israel are deflected using the truth and factual evidence.

The Best Of Benny Hill (1974)

From one of the kings of British comedy, 'The Best of Benny Hill' is a hilarious collection of sketches, zany monologues and cheeky songs blended with fast moving comic sequences featuring Benny's regular ensembles and the famous Hills Angels.

Six Days In Roswell (1998)

Filmmaker Timothy B. Johnson follows Richard Kronfeld, who hopes to be abducted by aliens, to an alleged crash site on its 50th anniversary.

The Invisible Men (2012)

Gay Palestinian men live under the radar in Tel Aviv.

There's Something About a Soldier (1943)

There's Something About a Soldier is a 1943 American drama film directed by Alfred E. Green and starring Tom Neal, Evelyn Keyes and Bruce Bennett. It takes its title from a popular song of the same name.

Hong fen dong jiang hu (1981)

Ambitious Kung Fu Girl is a Shaw Brothers film directed by Lu Chin Ku, starring Chen Kuan Tai and Michelle Yim.

The Battle: Cinco de Mayo (2009)

A university man becomes a street fighter in efforts to pay for his grandmother's operation.

Borsalino (1970)

In 1930s Marseille, France, gangster Siffredi (Alain Delon) wants to locate his old girlfriend when he gets out of jail. But Siffredi's old flame is with another gangster, Capella (Jean-Paul Belmondo), and a fight ensues. After cooling off, the two men decide to become partners, and embark on a slow but steady quest to control the criminal underworld. They start with fixing fights and horse races but eventually move into more dangerous territory that puts their lives at stake.

49th Parallel (1941)

49th Parallel is a 1941 British war drama film; it was the third film made by the British writer-director team of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger. It was released in the United States as The Invaders. Despite the title, no scene in the film is set at the 49th parallel, which forms much of the Canada–United States border. The only border scene is at Niagara Falls, which is located farther south. The British Ministry of Information approached Michael Powell to make a propaganda film for them, suggesting he make "a film about mine-sweeping." Instead, Powell decided to make a different film to help sway opinions in the still-neutral United States. Said Powell, "I hoped it might scare the pants off the Americans [and thus bring them into the war]." Screenwriter Emeric Pressburger remarked, "Goebbels considered himself an expert on propaganda, but I thought I'd show him a thing or two." After persuading the British and Canadian governments, Powell started location filming in 1940. The original choice to play the German officer, Lieutenant Hirth, was Archers' stalwart Esmond Knight, but he had decided to join the Royal Navy at the outbreak of war. Anton Walbrook as "Peter" donated half his fee to the International Red Cross. Raymond Massey, Laurence Olivier and Leslie Howard all agreed to work at half their normal fee because they felt it was an important propaganda film. This is the only time that Canadian-born Massey played a Canadian on screen.

Outbound (2010)

Outbound is a 2010 Romanian action film directed by Bogdan George Apetri.

With Eyes Shut (2010)

Gabo (Carlos Luis Zamora) bonds with his granddaughter Delia (Carol Sanabria) as they travel to the Caribbean to spread his wife's ashes.

Lady Ice (1973)

Lady Ice is a 1973 crime film about an insurance investigator who becomes involved with a wealthy young woman he suspects of fencing stolen jewelry. The film was directed by Tom Gries, and stars Donald Sutherland, Jennifer O'Neill, and Robert Duvall.

In Search of Historic Jesus (1979)

In Search of Historic Jesus is a 1979 documentary film released by Sunn Classic Pictures that speculates on the historical accuracy of the biblical depiction of Jesus.

Happy New Year (1973)

La bonne année (also known in the United States as Happy New Year) is a 1973 film directed by Claude Lelouch.

After School Midnighters (2012)

Spirits come out when kids leave a school for the day.

The Crippled Masters (1979)

The Crippled Masters is a kung fu movie released in 1979. Filmed in Hong Kong, it is about two men—one without arms and another with withered legs—who develop kung fu abilities and fight their evil teacher, who made them disabled. Two sequels were released but have little to no connection to each other.

7 Angels in Eden (2007)

Lovers try to escape from the barren Texas landscape after becoming the last people on Earth.

The Outrage (1964)

The Outrage (1964) is a remake of the 1950 Japanese film Rashomon, reformulated as a Western. It was directed by Martin Ritt and is based on stories by Ryūnosuke Akutagawa. Like the original Akira Kurosawa film, four people give contradictory accounts of a rape and murder. Ritt utilizes flashbacks to provide these contradictory accounts. The Outrage stars Edward G. Robinson, Paul Newman, Laurence Harvey, Claire Bloom and William Shatner.

Plum Role (2007)

Jacob lands his dream job on a cop show, and just as he is set to leave, loose ends from his past threaten to derail his career.

China Dolls (1992)

Gay Australians of Asian descent discuss problems with acceptance.

The Man from Clover Grove (1975)

A rival toy manufacturer sends a spy to steal the creations of a toymaker whose work brings joy to the town's orphans.

Miles To Go (1986)

A mother (Jill Clayburgh) with cancer seeks a new mate for her husband (Tom Skerritt), someone she knows to take her place.

Son of Belle Starr (1953)

Son of Belle Starr is a 1953 American western film directed by Frank McDonald and starring Keith Larsen, Dona Drake and Peggie Castle. The film's sets were designed by the art direction was by Dave Milton. It was shot in Cinecolor.

The Big Gundown (1966)

The Big Gundown (Italian title: La resa dei conti, roughly The Settling of Scores) is a 1966 Italian Political Spaghetti Western film, co-written by long-time Sergio Leone collaborator Sergio Donati, directed by Sergio Sollima, and starring Lee Van Cleef and Tomas Milian. It was originally released by Columbia Pictures in the US as a double feature with A Time for Killing. Some critics, such as Leonard Maltin, consider the film one of the finest spaghetti westerns, second only to Sergio Leone's Dollars Trilogy. It was the first film Van Cleef made following The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) and was his first leading man or hero role. Tomas Milian played Cuchillo, a charming rogue accused of rape and murder. Run, Man, Run! (1968) was a sequel which brought back Milian without Van Cleef. It was important to Sergio Sollima that he tell a classic tale of a rich corrupt politician vs. a poor misunderstood peasant/scapegoat as a way of addressing the age old subject that, being Italian, he knew quite well living under the dictatorship of Mussolini during World War II. This film would actually share more with Leone's opus Once Upon a Time in the West than the Eastwood pictures. Each focuses on the modernizing of the West and the corrupt, rich businessmen that manipulated and used the poor. The film was shot in Almería, Spain, where many famous Italian Westerns were filmed.

After Innocence (2005)

After Innocence is a 2005 American documentary film about men who were exonerated from death row by DNA evidence. Directed by Jessica Sanders, the film took the Special Jury Prize at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival. The featured exonerees are Dennis Maher; Calvin Willis; Scott Hornoff; Wilton Dedge; Vincent Moto; Nick Yarris; and Herman Atkins. Also featured are Barry Scheck and Peter Neufeld of the Innocence Project and Lola Vollen of the Life After Exoneration Program.

Road To Victory (2007)

A young football player (Mike Reilly) faces mounting pressure.

Because They're Young (1960)

Because They're Young is a 1960 film from Columbia Pictures, starring Dick Clark as Neil Hendry, an American high school teacher who tries to make a difference in the lives of his students. The film co-starred Tuesday Weld, Michael Callan, Warren Berlinger, Roberta Shore, Doug McClure, and Victoria Shaw. It was directed by Paul Wendkos. The screenplay was based on Harrison High, a novel by John Farris. The campus and classroom scenes were shot at Hoover High School in Glendale, California; most of that school's buildings were later torn down and replaced with a more contemporary look in the mid-1960s to comply with California's building codes for schools. Musicians Duane Eddy and James Darren had cameo roles in the movie, whose title song became the biggest hit record of Eddy's career. Though not appearing himself, Bobby Rydell's "Swingin' School" was featured prominently in the movie's soundtrack.

Camjackers (2006)

Filmmakers take credit for footage shot by thieves who stole their equipment.

Mama Dracula (1980)

Mama Dracula is a 1980 Belgian film directed by Boris Szulzinger. The story relates how Mama Dracula, a character based on the true story of Countess Bathory, an enthusiast of rejuvenation baths consisting of the blood of young virgins, must come to terms with a shortage of such blood in the modern era.

Les vécés étaient fermés de l'intérieur (1976)

An investigator searches for the murderer of a subway conductor found in a bathroom locked from the inside.

Hell Harbor (1930)

Hell Harbor is a 1930 American pre-Code drama film directed by Henry King and written by Fred De Gresac, Clarke Silvernail and Brewster Morse. The film stars Lupe Vélez, Jean Hersholt, John Holland, Gibson Gowland, Harry Allen and Al St. John. The film was released on March 15, 1930, by United Artists.

Midnite Plowboy (1971)

A country boy (John Tull) in Hollywood earns his keep by transporting hookers in a van that doubles as a brothel on wheels.

Ellery Queen, Master Detective (1940)

Ellery Queen attempts to live up to his reputation as a star sleuth.

Zu: Warriors From The Magic Mountain (1983)

A young soldier, monks and a priest seek celestial swords that will help protect an immortal from threatening evil.

Captain John Smith and Pocahontas (1953)

Captain John Smith and Pocahontas is a 1953 American historical film directed by Lew Landers. The distributor was United Artists. It stars Anthony Dexter, Jody Lawrance and Alan Hale. While most scenes were filmed in Virginia, exteriors were shot around Bronson Canyon. It depicts the foundation of the Jamestown Colony in Virginia by English settlers and the relationship between John Smith and Pocahontas. She married John Rolfe in real life. It is also known by the alternative title Burning Arrows. Regarded as a B movie, the film has gained a cult following.

TEKKEN: The Motion Picture (1998)

Tekken: The Motion Picture is an anime film adaptation of the Tekken fighting video game series by Namco. Produced by ASCII Corporation and Sony Music Entertainment Japan and animated by Studio Deen, it was originally released in Japan as a two-episode OVA in 1998, and as a full-length feature for Western releases.

Cripple Creek (1952)

Cripple Creek is a 1952 United States Technicolor Western film based on a story by Frank Gruber.It is 78 minutes long and was released on July 1, 1952. Directed by Ray Nazarro and written by Richard Schayer, it stars George Montgomery, Jerome Courtland, and Richard Egan.

Two Women (1999)

Two Women is a 1999 Iranian motion picture written and directed by Tahmineh Milani.

Real Bullets (1988)

Movie stunt artists must rely on their athletic skills for survival when they stumble across a drug kingpin's fortress.

Machete (1958)

The cousin of a wealthy plantation owner in Puerto Rico plants seeds of jealousy in the man's mind concerning his new wife and the handsome foreman.

Seasons of a Life (2008)

An employer impregnates his teenage nanny then pays for her education to keep her quiet.

The Racket (1928)

The Racket is a silent 1928 American crime drama film directed by Lewis Milestone and starring Thomas Meighan, Marie Prevost, Louis Wolheim, and George E. Stone. The film was produced by Howard Hughes, written by Bartlett Cormack and Tom Miranda, and was distributed by Paramount Pictures. It was adapted from Cormack's 1927 Broadway play The Racket.

Pardon My Stripes (1942)

Pardon My Stripes is a 1942 American comedy film directed by John H. Auer and written by Lawrence Kimble and Stuart Palmer. The film stars William "Bill" Henry, Sheila Ryan, Edgar Kennedy, Harold Huber, Paul Hurst and Cliff Nazarro. The film was released on January 26, 1942, by Republic Pictures.

The College Girl Murders (1967)

When two murders occur at an exclusive girls school, the clues include a hooded man and an unknown toxic gas.

Confessions of a Police Captain (1971)

Confessions of a Police Captain (Italian: Confessione di un commissario di polizia al procuratore della repubblica, also known as Confessions of a Police Commissioner to the District Attorney) is an Italian crime-drama film. The film won the Golden Prize at the 7th Moscow International Film Festival in 1971 and the Prix lntemational de l'Academie du Cinema at the Étoile de Cristal Awards in 1972.

Nakshatra (2010)

Nakshatra is a Hindi thriller film, directed by Mohan Savalkar and produced by Ravindra Singh. The film released on 29 October 2010 under the R Vision banner.

Ladies in Distress (1938)

Ladies in Distress is a 1938 American drama film directed by Gus Meins and written by Dorrell McGowan and Stuart E. McGowan. The film stars Alison Skipworth, Polly Moran, Robert Livingston, Virginia Grey, Max Terhune and Berton Churchill. The film was released on June 13, 1938, by Republic Pictures.

Bye Bye Baby (1988)

Bye Bye Baby is a 1988 Italian romantic comedy film directed by Enrico Oldoini. The film starred Brigitte Nielsen and Carol Alt.

The House Of Seven Corpses (1974)

The House of Seven Corpses is a 1974 horror film directed by Paul Harrison. It stars John Ireland, Faith Domergue and John Carradine.

Masters (2012)

Masters is a 2012 Malayalam action thriller film directed by Johny Antony and starring Prithviraj, Mukesh and Sasikumar in the lead roles. This film is loosely based on the English film Strangers on a Train (film).

Country Music Holiday (1958)

Country Music Holiday is a 1958 American musical film directed by Alvin Ganzer and written by Harry Spalding. The film stars Ferlin Husky, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Rocky Graziano, Faron Young, Al Fisher, Lou Marks and June Carter Cash. The film was released in March 1958, by Paramount Pictures.

Confessions Of An Innocent Man (2007)

Business consultant William Sampson undergoes a harrowing ordeal in a Saudi prison.

The Midnight Story (1957)

A San Francisco policeman (Tony Curtis) turns in his badge and moves in with a suspect (Gilbert Roland) in order to solve the murder of a priest.

Poor But Beautiful (1957)

Poveri ma belli (U.S. title: Poor, But Handsome; U.K. title: A Girl in Bikini) is a successful 1957 Italian comedy film directed by Dino Risi. There have been two sequels, also directed by Risi and starring Marisa Allasio, Maurizio Arena and Renato Salvatori: Belle ma povere in 1957 and Poveri milionari in 1959 (the latter not featuring Allasio, who by then had retired from acting).

The Assistant (1997)

The Assistant is a 1998 film directed by Daniel Petrie. It is based on the 1957 novel of the same name by Bernard Malamud. It follows a young man who finds work at a shop at the turn-of-the-century, and falls in love with the owner's daughter, inflaming deeply religious origins. Filming took place in Toronto.

Sugarbaby (1985)

A plump Munich mortuary worker (Marianne Sagebrecht) tracks down and seduces a married subway conductor (Eisi Gulp).

Sweet Country (1987)

Sweet Country is a 1987 American drama film directed by Michael Cacoyannis. It is based on the 1979 novel with the same name by Caroline Richards and it is set in Chile during the military takeover of 1973.

Ladies Who Do (1963)

Ladies Who Do is a 1963 British comedy film starring Peggy Mount, Robert Morley and Harry H. Corbett.

Alexandria… Why? (1979)

Alexandria... Why? is a 1979 Egyptian drama film directed by Youssef Chahine. It was entered into the 29th Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the Silver Bear - Special Jury Priz. The film was selected as the Egyptian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 52nd Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee. The film portraits the early life of the director in his home city, Alexandria.

Crime in the Streets (1956)

Crime in the Streets is a 1956 film about juvenile delinquency, directed by Don Siegel and based on a television play written by Reginald Rose. The play first appeared on the Elgin Hour and was directed by Sidney Lumet. The film, starring James Whitmore and John Cassavetes, also featured actor Sal Mineo, who had previously appeared in Rebel Without A Cause. From his role in Crime in the Streets, Mineo earned a Hollywood nickname, "The Switchblade Kid." Malcolm Atterbury, Virginia Gregg and future director Mark Rydell had prominent roles. Siegel adapted the play to a film by expanding some sequences but keeping much of the same cast. His credited dialogue coach on the film was Sam Peckinpah.

Scared Silent (2002)

Several women (Penelope Ann Miller, Liisa Repo-Martell) who were raped by a police officer band together to bring their assailant to justice.

Palcebo Effect (1998)

The film Placebo Effect is a 1998 American thriller written by Luciano Saber and directed by Alejandro Seri. It features Francesco Quinn, Martin Halacy, and Kirsten Berman. It was released in The United States on 31 January 1998 and won Best Film at the New York Independent Film Festival in 1998.

My New Life (2010)

When Lisa gets caught having an affair with another man, her husband, Rex, dies. She becomes pregnant, and the baby is the reincarnation of Rex, who makes the lives of Lisa and her lover really terrible, as he waits to grow old enough for revenge.

Tropical Snow (1988)

Tropical Snow is a 1988 American drama film about cocaine smuggling and is also Tim Allen's film debut.