A 1999 Indian horror film.
A 1989 film.
A sideshow barker uses magic and visual aids to alert the public that proper food management is both a resource and a weapon that could be to America's advantage if conserved properly in winning the then current World War.
After giving birth to Bhagwan Shri Kartiyeke, Devi Maa Parvati forms a child-human image from clay, adopts him, and asks him to guard the house and not let anyone in while she bathes. The child refuses to let anyone in, including Bhagwan Shivji himself, who beheads him. When a tearful Parvatiji pleads, Shivji brings the child back to life with the head of an elephant, and names him Gajanand, and assures him that no one will make fun of him.
Short comedy set in a haunted hotel. Filmed using "Kinekature" which provides lens distortion.
Based on a perennially popular Bengali folk tale, Sat Bhai Chompa has had many cinematic outings in both India and Bangladesh. This, the 1968 version directed by Dilip Shom, is one of the most delightful. A king has three wives. The two elder wives connive to throw the pregnant third wife out of the palace. The third wife gives birth to eight children - seven sons and a daughter. The enraged elder wives, with the help of a sorcerer, turn the seven sons into flowers. It is now up to the daughter to turn her brothers back into humans and regain their rightful place in the palace.
Strung around the idea of reincarnation, this film goes back in time to the days of the Spanish galleons and pirates burying their treasure; treasure to be found centuries later.
A British comedy film directed by W.P. Kellino
Journalists sees ghosts.
On Christmas Eve, a little girl falls asleep after a party at her home and dreams herself (or does she?) into a fantastic world where toys become larger than life. Her beloved Nutcracker comes to life and defends her from the Mouse King, then is turned into a Prince after Marie saves his life.
A stop motion, senior thesis adaptation of "Weird Al" Yankovic's hit song, "The Night Santa Went Crazy."
In this prequel/spin-off of the original Hunters' Crossing, Trevor's twin brother Ford deals with a heap of trouble when he accidentally unleashes a Djinn upon New York City.
A poem of unrequited love: the studio's first puppet production. Based on a poem by Cosbie Garstin, the film tells the story of a carved wooden saint who is painted to look like a soldier and used as a figurehead on a sailing ship. The ship sinks and the figurehead is saved by a beautiful mermaid who falls in love with him. Her love is not returned because despite his dashing looks he has the wooden heart of a saint.
The story of a Jinn who tried to get back his child
The story about an old man and a peony fairy.
Based on the Hindu mythological story of Prahlada and his devotion to the god Maha Vishnu.
Santa must save Christmas after an elf worker of his becomes an evil snowman.
We see Jack and his mother very poor and the project of selling the cow discussed. Jack meets the familiar figure of the butcher who bargains with him for the cow and finally Jack consents to part with the animal for the wonderful beans which will grow up overnight until they reach the sky. He takes them to his mother, and, of course, she is heart-broken and throws the beans out of the window. The next morning the vine not only covers the window, but reaches far above the top of the house out of sight in the clouds, and we see Jack start to climb upward. Upon arriving at the giant's castle Jack meets the ogre's wife, who towers majestically above him, and after some parley is invited in, on his plea of hunger. Before he can be served the giant is heard and Jack is hidden in the kettle. The giant comes on and then follows the familiar scenes in which the ogre calls for his bags of gold, his magic harp and the wonderful hen that lays the golden eggs.