Issachar and Zabulon, two brothers in their twenties, are supremely stupid and never bored, as madness is part of their daily lives. When they lose their mother's beloved dog, they have 24 hours to find it - or she will kick them out. Anywhere these schmucks turn up, there is chaos and misunderstanding, people get hurt or are killed by accident. They truly master the art of fucking things up. Brussels has become a dangerous place.
In Antwerp, Marie is a world-class runner at 22, with a general air of discontent. She learns she has chronic fatigue syndrome and must stop training for a month. At the track she's met Bobby, an archer, and they start a relationship. Bobby invites her to stay with him while recovering: he lives at West Bank, three tall blocks of flats built on an isolated plot. Marie's mom doesn't like the arrangement, Marie is soon vomiting, and she learns that the previous tenant in Bobby's flat disappeared leaving notes about the building's cellar and photos of the area before West Bank was built.
The story is about Bookwalker, once a useless bum, now turned zombie killer and raider hunter. The story is set in CrittersVille where there is a nuclear meltdown and the dead are coming back to life and you have raiders, roaming the lands.
Black-and-white film from Belgian director, music producer and performer SHAZZULA (BLACK MASS RISING) who made video clips for ELECTRIC WIZARD and her own band WOLVENNEST.
The footage was initially made for a music video of a band named OX, and officially released late march 2019.
A woman has an erotic experience in a plant nursery.
It’ World War III, Man ! (“Le Saigneur est avec nous”)
This film looks like a paranoid statement.
Everyone is fighting everyone and the rest against all others.
Male chauvinism fights love while love makes war to violence and fascism.
Time and Work are eternal enemies. Sadism and nazi’s are big friends.
All images have been cut into small pieces, no image standing still.
No story. No main character. No net to save you.
Roland Lethem's most (in)famous movie is an experiment in insult and abuse: the abuse of victims by the police, the abuse of humans by society, the abuse of the spectator by the director. Heavily inspired by the style and politics of the surrealists and Japanese counter-culture-cinema.
Richard has an unusual fantasy: he gets sexually aroused by the idea of being devoured by an animal. In a contact add he gets to know Max and with that encounter the chance of making his fantasy real. But does he dare?
An ex-prisoner fights the disciples of Satan in this wild, psychedelic Belgian revenge film that was inspired by both Spaghetti Westerns and the films of Jess Franco, Mario Bava and Roger Corman. A low-budget masterpiece, five years in the making. The director will be present at the screening.
A short story about a guy that doesn't like hair on certain parts of the body.
In a remote fortress, a sinister sorority of surgically skilled sisters lie in wait of their next victim. They control a bevy of caged women who have been brain-washed and sponge-bathed to become the world’s most anatomically awesome surgeons. This is the gut-wrenching story of one innocent girl, Sabrina, who finds herself trapped in a living nightmare. Captive to a slavery ring that is training an army of men-hating, feminist fiends, Sabrina learns that she will play a pivotal role in the crucial plot of Lisa the dominatrix.
Beyond the front door of an old, decrepit house is buried a horrible and tragic past. One horrifying and gory night a family of four is brutally hacked to pieces. The only survivor is the young and beautiful housekeeper, Ella. When she steps out of the house one day, she has no idea that she is about to be snatched by failed bank-robber Jason Goodis. Goodis, however, could not have imagined that the innocent hostage he is dragging back inside, has an unquenchable thirst for blood!
A mockumentary about the real band ‘The Experimental Tropic Blues Band’ and their surrealistic adventures on the road. How do you survive as a band constantly on the verge of making it (a bit) bigger? The band has composed the entire soundtrack of the ﬁlm.
The feature-length documentary “Forgotten Scares” goes back to the birth of Flemish horror in the 70s and shines a bright light on the future of horror in Belgium. A lot of interviews with the people involved, and some choice anecdotes about the likes of Rabid Grannies and Daughters of Darkness.
During a dark night, Aetna's activists are on their way for a risky mission : killing a shady well-known figure. The target ? The unreliable politician Hein Stavros. But when they reach his opulent-looking villa, they end up in a real "pleasure party"... Oh, boy, things are going to degenerate...