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Strange Invaders
27 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Co-written and directed by Michael Lauglin A cross between "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" and "Village of the Damn" involving the wife, Margaret (Diana Scarwid) telling his ex-husband, Charles Bigelow (Paul Le Mat) to look after their son while she is away visiting relatives. Because of the fact that his ex-wife neither contacted him after looking after him more than enough time, he decides to go visit the small town in hopes of tracking her down, except that many of the townsman are queer, and have no idea what he is even talking about. And as a result of attempting to leave, an alien attempt to take him hostage by shooting electricity from it's fingers. As some of the humans are really aliens taking human life form.

Ariel (1988)
27 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Written and directed by Aki Kaurismäki starring Turo Pajala as Taisto Kasurinen who inadvertently takes his father's advice to leave working for the coal mining after he committed suicide, leaving him his Cadillac so that he can search for a better life. Along the way, he gets himself robbed of his savings before meeting his love interest as well as befriending a cellmate who eventually helps him escape which this thin plot serves as a backdrop to the director's nuances.

Bloody Fists
Bloody Fists (1972)
27 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Some bad Japanese martial artists clashing with Chinese martial artists over a rare Chinese herb.

Spring (2015)
28 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

No plot movie which depends on unexpected circumstances, "Spring" is the teenage equivalent of "Let The Right One In" which again, centers on isolationist, Evan (Lou Taylor Pucci) who has just experienced the loss of his last family member who happens to be his mother. He then gets himself fired from the only job he knows about working in some pub/ bar from an incident which is clearly not his fault and is completely avoidable. Assuming that he is pushed into a corner, and assuming that the police are still after him as a result of that brawl or scuffle in which he was not the aggressor, he then flees to Italy for the purpose of avoiding arrest. What happens next is the coincidental meeting of the girl of his dreams who happens to be not who she claims to be. Co-written and co-directed by Justin Benson and Aaron Scott Moorhead

Xtro (1983)
28 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Xtro is the pessimistic carbon copy of a David Cronenberg movie and 1981 "Possession" which centers on a husband of the family by the name of Sam Phillips (Philip Sayer) disappearance and returns after 3 years later as a result of being abducted by aliens. And upon the father's return leaves an extremely bloody trail, just so he can reunite with his wife, Rachel Phillips (Bernice Stegers) and son, Tony Phillips (Simon Nash) again.