2015 December Movies

The House That Jack Built

The House That Jack Built

    • NR
    • 90 min
    • Drama

    Complications ensue when street-smart, cash-rich Jack fulfills his fantasy of housing his extended family in a single Bronx apartment complex.

    The Legend of Wasco

      • 81 min
      • Horror

      Future brothers-in-law Tyler and Byron bond by dressing as the Wasco Clown and taking pictures that spread across the internet, a viral hit overnight. What starts as great fun turns deadly as the very real Wasco Clown returns to terrorize the town. A Tale of Legend come to Life, a test of the friends' courage to overcome their fear of a circus nightmare, resurrected.

      The Mildew from Planet Xonader

        • 85 min
        • Action

        The year is 1984. Researchers at the secretive Bentan Labs are celebrating the completion of their latest weapons project: a previously unknown type of mildew, capable of spreading and consuming any kind of vegetation... and ideal for attacking stockpiles of enemy food. When a sponsor is accidentally infected, the mildew's spores are set loose across the facility. As aggressive soldiers flood the complex and the infected staff begin to mutate, the survivors come to realize that the mildew is in fact an alien creature! To avoid an agonising death, the remaining scientists must join forces with "Toxic" - a mysterious mercenary who has infiltrated the building on a covert mission. Will anyone escape the clutches of this out of control fungus and the army of crazed mutants it has created? Body melts, alien mutations, tons of action and geysers of gore await you. The '80s are back!

        The Nest

        • 59%
        • R
        • 12 min
        • Animation

        One morning. Two points of view. It is seemingly just another school morning for Laura and her mother, Alice. But hidden beneath the surface each experiences their banal conversation differently. A film that weaves oil painted animation with live action film, to peel back the layers of consciousness and reveal the ambiguities suspended in one family's dark history.

        - Written by

        Anonymous

        The Nesting

          • 86 min
          • Thriller

          When Doug's fiancée is killed in a car accident he retreats to their isolated farmhouse to recover from his loss, but supernatural occurrences leave him fearing for his sanity and reveal a secret she took with her to the grave.

          The Prototype

          The Prototype

            • PG-13
            • Sci-Fi

            The military tries to track down a humanoid drone that escapes from a government facility.

            The World of Kanako

            The World of Kanako

              • NONE
              • 118 min
              • Crime

              Showa Fujishima is a former detective. One day, his daughter Kanako, who is a model student, disappears. To find his daughter, he investigates more carefully into his daughter's life. He then becomes involved in a shocking situation.

              Uncle Nick

              Uncle Nick

              • 44%
              • NONE
              • 93 min
              • Comedy

              A drunk uncle attempts to score with his flirtatious step-niece on Christmas Eve.

              Welcome Home

                • NR
                • 90 min
                • Thriller

                A family still reeling after the accidental death of one of their daughters, returns home after an aborted month long getaway to Rebecca, a seemingly pleasant house sitter. Since they returned early, Rebecca has nowhere to go, so the family invite her to stay. At first, Rebecca is a godsend—she cooks, cleans, and does laundry; but the family soon discovers that the woman is not as innocent and sane as she appears.

                Where to Invade Next

                Where to Invade Next

                • 78%
                • R
                • 110 min
                • Documentary

                Oscar-winning director Michael Moore returns with what may be his most provocative and hilarious movie yet. Moore tells the Pentagon to “stand down”— he will do the invading for America from now on. Discretely shot in several countries and under the radar of the global media, Moore has made a searing cinematic work that is both up-to-the-minute and timeless.