After being attacked by a rapist and getting stabbed before killing her attacker, a young woman is accused of being a ghost.
A cop investigates about a serial killer who follows a pattern of killing a fashion model at 8 PM.
Although the title (which translates as "Murders in Chicago") promises a gangster story, this is more of a murder mystery that kicks off with the seemingly accidental death of a construction worker, followed shortly after by that of a noted publisher (an uneasy-looking Eduardo Fajardo). What follows is a very confusing story in which the police, a police coroner (José Campos) and a vagrant (Fernando Sánchez Polack) who witnessed Fajardo's death embark on separate inquests on what actually happened. Meanwhile, June (María Luisa Rubio), who works as a secretary for the publishing company, is under pressure by a blackmailer (Antonio Jiménez Escribano) who has pictures of her in the sack with the deceased publisher.
A group of media students are making a documentary about a legend of the Black Widow - a woman who lived the 1900 th century. She was unmarried, but she had two children, a girl and a boy. People in her village couldn't accept her, and they called her a witch. They kidnapped her children and murdered them. The woman was tortured and killed too. Since then the rumors have said that the woman is still around in the village. The students made a trip to the house where the Black Widow lived once...
When a reclusive man-child convinces his parents to rent their spare room to save from downsizing, a stranger with a hidden agenda moves in.
A successful but highly stressed researcher goes to a psychiatrist after being plagued by creepy mysterious phone calls.
When a 15-year old thief witnesses a vision of sorts inside a cab, she tries to uncover what the vision was exactly: and why it happened.
Rumiko Arai, a 20-year-old girl working in a sawmill, meets a driver, Sekiguchi, and they begin a relationship with the promise of marriage. But Rumiko's grandmother tells her that they are both cursed by an ancient evil.
In an underground parking lot, young Alex is waiting for his mother - who made a quick stop at the mall. He decides to search for her, when a local security guard demands to help and draws him into a nightmare that threatens his existence.
Mona relates her dream. Crawling through an apparently endless wooden crate, she encounters diverse characters while the crate itself is moving towards a fiery destruction.
A lone scientist maintains an underground bunker for the coming global nuclear disaster. But after becoming prematurely isolated, he slowly begins to question his own reality and whether he is truly alone. Director Richard Mundy's immersive psychological thriller, is a tense and unsettling nightmare you'll never be sure you've woken up from.
Desperate to do right by his children, a debt-ridden taxi driver has just one night left to deliver on a lucrative, yet sinister promise.
A man-sized, reptilian "Chef Detective" helps a nameless blonde make sense of her recurring dream.
After the death of his brother at the hands of the Master of Shaolin Horseshoes, an enraged hunter seeks a path of vengeance.
A poetic fable about the illusion, loneliness and courage of an immigrant child who, for a whole day, embarks on a desperate quest across the city to save a man.
A young woman arrives at the home of her new husband's estranged family to find the children behaving in increasingly unnerving ways.
A very challenging and thought provoking discussion about the alarmingly obvious evidence for creation and against limitless evolution. But does proving that God must be evil further prove that He cannot possibly exist? Leo Byrne challenges popular belief with science fiction illustrations and original suggestions and questions.