ThirstJuly 31, 2009
Sang-hyun, a respected priest, volunteers for an experimental procedure that may lead to a cure for a deadly virus. He gets infected and dies, but a blood transfusion of unknown origin brings him back to life as a vampire. Now, Sang-hyun is torn between faith and bloodlust, and has a newfound desire for Tae-ju, the wife of his childhood friend.
Who's That Knocking at My DoorNovember 15, 1967
J.R. is a typical Italian-American on the streets of New York. When he gets involved with a local girl, he decides to get married and settle down, but when he learns that she was once raped, he cannot handle it. More explicitly linked with Catholic guilt that Scorsese's later work, we see what happens to J.R. when his religious guilt catches up with him.
Clawing! A Journey Through Spanish HorrorJune 20, 2014
In the late sixties, Spanish cinema began to produce a huge amount of horror genre films. International markets were opened, the production was continuous, a small star-system was created, as well as a solid group of specialized directors. Spanish horror frequented international mimicry —Hammer Productions’ Gothic horror is a paramount influence— and offered a particular approach to sex, blood and violence. It was an extremely unusual artistic movement in Franco’s Spain.