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Classic film version of the vampire tale, based on Hamilton Deane's theatrical adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel. Estate agent Renfield (Dwight Frye) travels to Transylvania to arrange the sale of an English mansion to nobleman Count Dracula (Bela Lugosi). When Renfield discovers that his host is a 500-year-old vampire, he is bitten and himself enslaved. After arriving in London, Dracula attempts to get his teeth into Mina Seward (Helen Chandler), an innocent maiden betrothed to Jonathan Harker (David Manners). Vampire expert Professor Van Helsing (Edward van Sloan) attempts to put a stop to the bloodsucking.
Celebrated British horror studio, Hammer, returns with this chiller set in rural Ireland. City vet Patrick (Aiden Gillen) and his pharmacist wife Louise (Eva Birthistle) move to the country village of Wake Wood after their only daughter, nine-year-old Alice (Ella Connolly), is killed in an attack by a crazed dog. In Wake Wood, Patrick and Louise learn from village elder Arthur (Timothy Spall) about an ancient pagan ritual that will allow them three more days with their daughter. But what will happen when the time comes for Alice to go back?
Stewart Raffill directs this horror starring Michael Madsen and Peter Tuinstra. Crocodile farm owner Jack McQuade (Tuinstra) faces difficult times after two teenagers get eaten by one of his animals. When the croc attacks again, this time filmed by a tourist, it is determined that the suspect is a saltwater crocodile, not farmed like Jack's. In clearing his name he comes across Hawkins (Madsen), a known crocodile hunter who has been trying to capture this notorious animal for months. As the pair join forces to try to catch and kill the crocodile they endure animosity from locals, conflict with their families and even more brutal killings.
Derek Lee and Clif Prowse co-write, direct and star in this road trip horror. Best friends Derek and Clif (Lee and Prowse) take off on a trip of a lifetime with a camera to record all the highlights of their journey. However, their trip takes a turn for the worse when Derek begins to exhibit some worrying signs after a one-night stand in Paris. It soon becomes apparent that he has become afflicted with a mysterious virus which has granted him extraordinary speed and strength. But do Derek's new powers come at a price?
It's been two years since the fiendish critters first terrorised the town of Grovers Bend and sent the Brown family packing. But eggs have been hatching and the lethal litters are anxious to start eating....
Triple bill of horror films. In 'Devil Riders' (2009), lawyers Robert (Bertie Higgins) and Allen (J.D. Rudometkin) go on a five-stop motorcycle poker run, along with their wives Susan (Debra Hopkins) and Cheri (Jasmine Waltz), but on the way they encounter psychopaths Ray (Robert Thorne) and Billy (Jay Wisell). Before long Susan and Cheri are kidnapped and Robert and Allen are put through their paces in a number of horrific challenges as they attempt to get their wives back. In 'The Maze' (2010), five teenagers decide to explore a corn maze one night. Unbeknown to them, however, a murderous lunatic lurks within the maze and is luring them to their deaths. Will any of them make it out alive? In 'The Goatman Murders' (2011), a group of friends on a road trip to Florida experience some car trouble and end up in the Maryland countryside where an axe-wielding murderer, who is half-man, half-goat, begins to kill them one by one. Will there be any survivors?
While her cop father tries to stop the serial killer preying on her sorority sisters, new pledge Riley must not only endure cruel hazing rituals, but also try to survive the demented killer who's stalking the campus.
Andrew M. Jackson and Hank Bausch direct this horror starring Michael Hotop, Ashley Salazar and Freddie Meyer. Charlie (Hotop) and his younger brother Simon (Meyer) live a simple life on a remote farm. Although they have lived and worked on the same farm for all of their days they have never felt completely comfortable. As their fears and nightmares start to come true they realise that they were right not to feel at home.
David Dutton is sheriff of the picture-perfect town of Ogden Marsh, with its happy, law-abiding citizens. That is, until an ordinary night becomes a struggle for survival.
In a terrifying tale of the American Dream gone wrong, four friends find themselves trapped in their hometown whilst something infects the citizens... with insanity.
Post-apocalyptic sci-fi horror. When a nuclear attack devastates New York City, the surviving residents of an apartment block take refuge in the building's bunker-like basement. As the days go by, their already fragile group dynamic, combined with cabin fever, claustrophobia, radiation sickness, intense fear and dwindling supplies, ends up pushing the survivors to the brink of full-blown insanity.
Colm McCarthy writes and directs this Irish/Scottish fantasy horror. Irish traveller Mary (Kate Dickie) and her shy teenage son Fergal (Niall Bruton) are on the run and end up hiding out on an Edinburgh housing estate. Mary's supernatural capabilities have drawn the attention of the mysterious, tattooed Cathal (James Nesbitt), who is intent on hunting her down using his powers of black magic. When Fergal falls for the feisty Petronella (Hanna Stanbridge), Mary does all she can to suppress the budding relationship, sensing that the final showdown with Cathal is drawing near.
Zombie horror directed by Francesco Picone and produced by Uwe Boll. As rabies takes over the human population, rapidly infecting everyone in sight, victims of the virus become zombies and start terrorising the survivors. The cast includes Aaron Stielstra, Michael Segal and Marius Bizau.
Hot on the heels of Patrick Bateman comes Rachelle Newman, the all-American girl who will do anything to get ahead. Rachelle is a student in college and is keen to earn the role of assistant to Professor Robert Strickland; in fact, she is so keen that she begins disposing of the opposition in a manner which would make Patrick proud. This sequel to the film adaptation of the controversial novel stars Mila Kunis as Rachelle and the mighty William Shatner as Professor Strickland.
Triple bill of zombie films. 'Zombie Apocalypse' (2011) is a made-for-TV horror starring Ving Rhames in which a group of human survivors of a zombie outbreak set out to make it to an uninfected island. Ramona (Taryn Manning), Billy (Eddie Steeples) and Kevin (Gerald Webb) are almost killed when they head out to search for food. Fortunately for them, they meet a tough group that includes Henry (Rhames) and Cassie (Lesley-Ann Brandt), who take on the zombies with weapons as diverse as a sledgehammer and a samurai sword. 'Abraham Lincoln Vs Zombies' (2012) is a tongue-in-cheek zombie horror in which Abraham Lincoln is distracted from his composition of the Gettysburg Address by a more pressing concern - an outbreak of the undead. Lincoln (Bill Oberst Jr.) leads a team of Secret Service agents to the area to try and contain the disaster. There is a suggestion that Lincoln may have some experience of dealing with zombies from his past and he takes under his wing a youngster by the name of Teddy Roosevelt (Canon Kuipers), who may have a role of his own to play in the American story. 'The Dead' (2010) is a zombie horror set in West Africa. Robert Freeman stars as Lieutenant Brian Murphy, a military engineer who finds himself stranded in the wilderness of Burkina Faso after a zombie outbreak lays waste to civilisation. Eventually he teams up with Sergeant Daniel Dembele (Prince David Oseia), a local soldier who has gone AWOL from the army to search for his missing son.
Zombie horror starring Billy Zane, Dee Wallace and Mischa Barton. The youthful residents of the small town of Elwood spend their days training under the command of veteran Seiler (Zane) who prides himself in preparing the next generation for their future of fighting off zombies. The hordes of the undead, brought back to life by a virus that has wiped out the rest of humanity, lurk on the other side of Elwood's perimeter fence, waiting for any opportunists who wish to step outside. While the rest of the town fight over the cause of the virus, the 'zombie killers' put their training into action to defend their homes and families. The cast also includes Gabrielle Stone, Felissa Rose and Brian Anthony Wilson.
A young woman descends into madness and paranoia as her remote country mansion is invaded by a series of unwelcome guests -- all of whom seem to have a mysterious connection to her husband, a poet struggling with writer's block.
Largely improvised micro-budget horror. Five friends attempt to make a viral video by recording their sessions with a Ouija board. As they become caught up in their own domestic affairs and tensions quickly rise within the group they forget to close the portal to the spirit world...
Bryan Coyne writes and directs this low-budget paranormal horror. Shortly after the birth of their first child, newly-weds Nathan (Andy Ostroff) and Sophia (Heather Adair) have their blissful family life shattered when their daughter Imogene (Alyssa Koerner) starts exhibiting some alarming behaviour. Despite their daughter being diagnosed with autism, the couple think there is something more sinister at the root of Imogene's increasingly unsettling actions...
Supernatural horror fantasy based on the 2010 'mashup' novel by Seth Grahame-Smith, who also wrote the film's screenplay. Benjamin Walker stars as Abraham Lincoln, the 19th-century United States president, who is fictionally portrayed in the film as having a secret identity as a vampire hunter. After Lincoln's mother is killed by a supernatural creature, he makes it his life's mission to crush vampires and their slave-owning helpers. Dominic Cooper and Rufus Sewell co-star.
High School senior Charley Brewster finally has it all. He's running with the cool kids and dating the hottest girl in school. But all hell breaks loose when charming Jerry Dandridge moves in next door.
Charley thinks there's something odd about him, although no one - including his mom - seems to notice. But after too many of his classmates vanish under bizarre circumstances, Charley comes to an unmistakable conclusion: Jerry is a vampire preying on his neighborhood!
Get set to sink your teeth into this thrilling, modern-day re-vamp of the wickedly entertaining horror classic.
Triple bill of slasher horror films. 'The Bunnyman Massacre' (2009) is based on the urban legend of a chain saw-wielding psychopathic killer who dresses in a bunny suit. While on the road to Las Vegas a group of friends are chased in their car by a menacing truck driver and go to find help. Little do they know the man whose assistance they seek is actually a murdering lunatic and that soon they will be fighting for their very survival... In 'Carnival of Fear' (2010) Kirsty (Aimee Brooks) wakes up one night to find herself trapped in a decaying amusement park. As all the old legendary tales about what happened at the park come back to haunt her, she desperately searches for an escape route. She comes across the son of the fairground's caretakers, James (Damian Maffei), and hopes he can help but soon he, too, becomes tortured by demons. While searching for an exit they run into a strange carny clown who informs them that the only way they can get out of their nightmare is to survive all the terrifying and dangerous encounters the park has to offer. Will they make it out alive? In 'Mask Maker' (2010) a young couple's dream home becomes their worst nightmare. After purchasing a beautiful 19th-century house at little cost, Evan (Stephen Colletti) and Jennifer (Nikki Deloach) invite their friends to stay for the weekend. The house has a disturbing past, however, and it's not long before it begins to show. Its disfigured former owner comes back to ensure no one else will live in his home. He takes his revenge on the occupants one by one and soon the reason for his malice is revealed...
Blumhouse (Split, Get Out, Whiplash) produces this original and inventive rewinding thriller in which a blissfully self-centered co-ed is doomed to relive the day of her murder unless she can identify her masked assailant and hopefully stop the madness.
If she can’t, she will be stuck in an insane loop, reliving a ghoulish nightmare that has become her death day.
Douglas Schulze directs this unconventional genre movie in which a group of horror fans get more than they bargained for when they find themselves immersed in their own nightmare. Russell (Taylor John Piedmonte) and Duane (Allen Maldonado) attend a horror convention where they listen to Alfonso Betz (Sid Haig) rail against the media presenting horror movies as an influence on real life murders. After the lecture, Russell and Duane meet Judith (Lauren Mae Shafer), an attractive fellow convention attendee who invites them to a party that night at an isolated farmhouse. Something bizarre happens at the party and Russell and Duane awake to find themselves under attack from hordes of zombies. As horror devotees, the pair are only too aware that their predicament eerily echoes the classic Romero movie 'Night of the Living Dead'. Will they be able to elude a traditional horror ending?
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