Based on a popular Internet novel, Naraka 19 is Hong Kong's latest attempt at the youth-targeted horror film, and is dressed up with pseudo-psychological themes and generous helpings of CG. Carol Lai (The Floating Landscape) directs this labored, but still intriguing effort, which stars one of those ever-popular Twins girls. Gillian Chung is the Twin du jour this time; Chung plays Rain, a perfect-complexioned princess who checks into a college dormitory suite along with pals Mandy (Bonnie Xin), Violet (new EEG starlet Vincy), and Eva (Maggie Li). The suite is your standard used-and-abused four-person room, except this place comes with bad karma: back in 1997, bohemian stud Gao Yuan (Jones Xu) offed himself in the same room, and the bad times are now coming home to roost. Not only is Gao Yuan seemingly wandering the halls of the school in 2007, but the quartet of girls seem to be following him to Hell, one-by-one.
The true story of top student and athlete, Christopher McCandless, who after graduating from Emory University in 1992, abandoned his possessions, gave his entire $24,000 savings account to charity and hitchhiked to Alaska to live in the wilderness.
Ash and friends (this time accompanied by newcomer Dawn) arrive at an idyllic village on their way to their next Pokemon contest, where chaos will soon erupt with the prophecy of two Pokemon Gods (Dialga and Palkia) and the arrival of a mysterious, seemingly deadly Pokemon named Darkrai, which has the power to distort space and time.
Eight years have passed since Sara Wolfe and Eddie Baker escaped the House on Haunted Hill. Now the kidnapped Ariel, Sara's sister, goes inside the house with a group of treasure hunters to find the statue of Baphomet, worth millions and believed to be the cause of the House's evil.