A movie where everyone disappears

Disclaimer: The movie I remember is not a horror, thriller, nor does take place in post-apocalyptic setting.

It’s more of a comedy, maybe from early 2000s, probably French but not 100% sure about that.

The movie takes place in some big city where everyone suddenly disappears except one guy who later finds another guy and then both of them spend the whole movie by doing random things around the city. Don’t remember much else about it, although I can recall one scene that happens near the end of the movie.

Scene description: Those two guys I mentioned earlier decide to have a picnic in the middle of the road. All out of sudden traffic resumes and all the people who disappeared earlier start existing again.

Thanks if anyone know what movie I’m describing.

Help Identifying Horror Movie

Can someone help me identify a horror movie? I watched it in 2002, so it’s older than that. It has an 80s vibe to it. The scene I remember was of a child, between 8 and 12, on Halloween out trick or treating in a clown costume. The child goes to cross the street and the killer crosses going the opposite direction. When they meet in the middle of the street, the killer stabs the child in the stomach with a chef knife and keeps going, leaving the child bleeding in the street, choking on their blood.
That is the only scene I can remember because I wasn’t yet a fan of horror and was hiding under a blanket most of the movie 😂 I have searched the Internet many times and have asked the horror buffs I know and can find nothing. Hopefully someone here can help me figure out what movie it was. Now that I’m older I’m dying to actually watch it!
It is not Trick R Treat. I sadly was too young to care who the actors were. The movie was in English

90’s Thriller Movie w/ 3 Different Stories

Hi everyone,


I hope you can help me find this movie that I’ve been trying to find ever since I learned how to surf the internet.


Here are some details of the movie:

-Am fairly certain it’s a movie coz I remember watching it on HBO around late 90’s – early 00’s (could be a direct-to-video movie though)


-The movie is divided in 3 different stories (could be related in terms of theme, which I think is betrayal, but definitely not related in terms of plot)


-The 1st story is about couples betraying each other, the 2nd story is the one I remember the most which is about a guy getting trapped in a hospital but only to find out in the end it’s actually a mental hospital, and the 3rd story I totally don’t remember


-1ST STORY: I remember it’s about 2 couples on vacation or something and they’re not exactly good people coz I think they were doing drugs and have guns in their possession


-1ST STORY: Can’t remember what exactly happened but they were constantly on and off with loyalty and betrayal with each other


-1ST STORY: I think the twist is the guy from 1 couple and the girl from the other couple are actually the ones truly in a team and they killed their respective partners if am not mistaken


-2ND STORY: This one is the reason why I actually watch this movie, it’s about a guy who I think was filling gas in his car late at night, then an aggressive dog (forgot the breed, but definitely one that can kill) chased him


-2ND STORY: He tried escaping and eventually landed in what seems to be a hospital, and I believe there was an attractive nurse that took care of him (I think he got violently bitten by the dog)


-2ND STORY: Twist is it’s actually a mental hospital and the crazy people have already murdered the actual staff and they’re just acting as if they’re hospital employees (including the attractive nurse)


-2ND STORY: I remember the end scene is they eventually murder the guy by drugging him and cutting up his chest


-3RD STORY: I can’t remember if I’ve actually watched the 3rd one coz really the 2nd story is what got me hooked, the only thing I remember is at the start a lady was walking home to her apartment with I think a black cat following her


That’s pretty much all I can remember. I’ve been trying to find movies with 3 different stories on Google but I can’t find anything. I think I’m messing up the keywords that I should use. Anyway, hope someone can help me. Thanks so much!

I need to find the title of this movie

Does anybody know the name of a horror film during where two people are having sex and the woman’s hair falls out while she is on top and she runs to the bathroom and her hair starts falling out and her nails start to slip out into the sink, and the guy goes into the bathroom only to find her hair, nails and other parts of her body in the sink? I also think it takes place in a hospital or something because her and the guy were wearing medical scrubs. Kinda reminds me of cabin fever but in some hospital or something related to that.

Zombie movie like collab

In this film, many people filmed their survival in the zombie apocalypse. The passages were mostly unrelated to each other. Although there were several large otrykov divided into several. I remember exactly one of these, the geek tries to survive and shows his bunch of supplies, But then they run out and he leaves (I don’t remember exactly the ending, whether he left or just stayed). The second storyline, about a couple that is at a distance, and they call each other, at the end the girl is eaten by zombies. watched about two or three years ago, not on TV

70’s Sci-Fi movie

I saw a sci-fi movie on tv back in the 70’s and a couple of scenes have stuck with me through the years. The movie was in color and everyone spoke English.

The first scene I remember is of a man in his home retrieving a small box he had hidden. He seems to be sweating or nervous or otherwise unwell. When he opens the lid of the box there’s a green light shining out of it. He basks in the light and the man is revived as if the light were a medication he needed.

The second scene I remember is of a young boy finding the box and opening it. The green light burns him and I believe it’s later revealed to be a severe radiation burn.

I also seem to remember something about aliens and a dam but that could easily be a different movie. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Love and karate movie

Hi everyone, I only remember one scene of the movie: the first actress was a blonde with a white complexion and the first actor was an oriental relatively famous for karate movies. The scene is as follows: a relative of the oriental dies and the funeral takes place. The tradition in the place was to dress all in white when someone died. However the blonde, girlfriend of the first oriental actor, shows up at the funeral dressed in black as is traditional in the west, an awkward situation arises. I think the title of the movie included the word “Dragon”. Thank you very much for your help.

Looking for a sad animated film from the early 2000s(?)


I’m looking for a movie I watched when I was a young child, 2000-2010. It was at least 15 years ago, if not closer to 20, so while I will try to write down everything I remember there is a very likely chance that the details are wrong/mistaken/misremembered.

This movie was an animated film with a darker, more serious tone. It reminds me almost of grave of the fireflies, or plague dogs; dark, sad, and with a similar, semi-realistic animation style. I do not recall if it was actually an anime, or a western film in a similar style. I really want to find the film again because I’d like to understand what was actually going on in the film, and because I eventually grew up to be a big fan of darker animated films, even if I never watch them again, haha.

The plot revolved around a child (a boy, I believe) who, for some reason, was orphaned and homeless. He was living in a windmill, and his biggest dream was getting to see a painting that was hidden behind a large curtain. At some point, the windmill burns down, and he loses everything, save for his(?) dog. The movie continues to go downhill from there, and eventually ends with the child dying in front of the finally revealed painting alongside his dog.

I believe it had some anti-war or anti-capitalism tones, as in the father going off to war/trying to find a job ultimately results in children being orphaned and slowly dying, much like Fireflies.

The painting was in/on the wall of either a museum or an important building, as the boy kept getting chased away from it. I vaguely recall his dirty feet being mentioned during one of the times he was chased off.

I don’t remember if the dog was truly his. I do believe that he had a friend, a little girl, who I vaguely remember may have been the daughter of the person who actually owned the land the boy’s windmill-home was on.

I watched this film once when I was a child, no older than 12, so somewhere in the early 2000s, but I can’t say how old the movie actually was. The tone and style may point to 90s or 80s, however.

Because it was so long ago and of the high likelihood of some of these details being wrong/misremembered/out of order, I encourage films that don’t completely line up with what I’ve listed here.

A movie about people on death row.

This movie is from the 80s, maybe the early 90s. In prison, several people are waiting for their last day in the department for those sentenced to death. One of them, a young, carefree rake, puts on a brave face and plays pranks on the other prisoners. Next to him is another prisoner who behaves calmly and reads a lot, which surprises the young one. After one of the inhabitants of the death penalty block ends his life in the electric chair, the young prisoner loses his bravura mood, and to distract himself, he asks his neighbor to read something. This first book is the start of a long journey, this prisoner is graduating from law school, using his education to appeal his sentence, and helping to get out or get other prisoners off their sentences.

80’s Movie.

Looking for an 80’s movie where this one quote/scene is from, basically it has two characters and one is Mister/Doctor Fhurafurr (I think that’s how the name is spelled) and that character is telling him to pronounce that name. It sounds like it’s from Fletch, I could be wrong.

Playing cards

I’m looking for a movie/episode of a TV series where a guy is walking with a girl in some city (I think it was Paris but I could be wrong) and he accidentally sees a playing card on the road.
When a girl asks why he needs a card, he asks her if she has ever seen playing cards scattered all over the roads in this city.
At the end of the movie/series, she finds her first card and takes it with her.

Artsy horror film late 80’s or early 90’s, set in revolutionary period

I swear the title was American Gothic, but the only one I can find with that title is MUCH newer. This was playing at a movie theater I worked at during the very late 80’s to early nineties. Called Greenway 3 in Houston. It only played independent and/or artsy movies, or ones that had won film festivals, things like that. Manon Of The Spring, Jean De Florette, etc.. Rivers Edge, etc etc… Things like that. The most mainstream movie they played while I worked there, was Dirty Dancing. That was pure hell, lol. Anyway I digress… This was a movie set in the 1700’s. Silly wigs, triangle hats, etc… It was more psychological. It was like someone was double crossed or wronged, and people were getting killed one by one, in fitting ways according to their “crimes”.  Lots of dark scenes and suspenseful. It seemed at the time, that there may have actually been something paranormal going on, and not just a killer making the rounds. Poetic justice I guess? Set in a large mansion of course, and there was one chubby older man who wore a gray wig, who was privy to the goings on, and scared he would be next for much of the movie. I really should have made it a point to sit and watch it, but being in my early 20’s I was a busy guy, hehe.

British film set in mansion

I am looking for a film, it’s British probably 70s, possibly 80s, in colour.

From what I remember there are four people, two men and two women. I think two are brother and sister. They are in a mansion and there is a fire, the fire could’ve been some kind of portal or there is maybe some kind of spirit.

There could’ve been a maid or butler there too. That’s about as much as I remember. Not alot to go on but if anyone could identify it that would be good.

Detective cursed by old beggar woman

I’m hunting for the name of a movie. Here’s what I have to go on:


– I believe the movie is from the 2000’s, could be earlier. It’s definitely a movie, not a TV show. English language.

– I believe it was set in the 1930’s or 1940’s, but maybe it just had that type of style. Fedora, trenchcoat… that sort of thing.


– Not sure of the genre, but probably it would fall into drama/sci-fi/mystery. I believe it’s a twisted plot.


– The main character declines to give money to an old beggar women, and so she casts some sort of curse or something on him (although that’s not revealed until the very end).


– The “curse” is something like a circular plot experience, or a time loop or something.


– At the end scene, the main character says something like “who is doing this to me?” to which the old women replies “nobody” (but I could be wrong, maybe she says “you are”). I don’t believe she’s actually talking to him, it’s more like narrative.


– I could be wrong, but I feel like the main character perhaps flipped a coin often…. and I’m remembering something like black makeup on his entire face (again, could be totally misremembering)… maybe that was the old women’s face… or maybe I’m mixing up movies.


– I believe the plot might be confusing or disjointed until that final scene makes sense of it all.


– The movie might be narrated like Dick Tracy style. The main character might be a detective or a gangster. Good guy or bad guy, can’t remember.


– I don’t believe there are any well-known actors in this movie. I believe it to have been filmed and originally released in the US, likely straight to video (non-theatrical). It wasn’t big budget.


– I actually *thought* the movie was called “Nobody”, but it doesn’t seem to exist under that title.


That’s all I’ve got. Any help you can provide will be greatly appreciated!! Thanks for reading!