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Horror film starring Tim Muskatel as Eric Hayes, a 'video vulture' or 'stringer' who earns his living by roaming the streets with his camera, waiting to capture the latest 'story' to sell to the highest bidder. His usual fare includes police chases, ambulance runs and random street violence, but one lonely evening he drives into the depths of downtown LA and is distracted by a shadow in the distance. Grabbing his camera, he frantically takes chase, only to stumble upon a gruesome, cannabilistic murder unfolding before his very eyes...
Horror starring Haylie Duff in which a TV crew enters a long-deserted lunatic asylum that is said to be haunted and get more than they bargained for. Pennhurst State School and Mental Hospital has been abandoned since the 1980s and has become a popular destination for ghost hunters. A local TV show decide to head to the institution with their cameras in a bid to capture the mysterious spirits that lurk within. Wishing to be visited by ghosts is a dangerous business, though, and the crew may have cause to regret their decision as the atmosphere becomes increasingly hostile and violent...
Horror in which a man goes on a killing spree after he endures a tragic event. Already dissatisfied with his life, middle-aged James Fhelleps (Roger Cline) turns into a murderous maniac when a car crash kills his daughter, Heather (Leigh Silver), and leaves his wife, Alice (Tamera Noll), disfigured. He targets lowlifes from prostitutes to drug dealers as he seeks bloody revenge on the world.
Originally made for U.S. television, this Stephen King thriller tells the story of a man who returns to his home town, only to be haunted by the ghosts of the people that killed his brother.
When four friends arrive in Las Vegas for a bachelor party, they meet a group of attractive women who invite them to go with them to a private party.
Unfortunately for the boys, the venue turns out to be a gruesome torture chamber where members of the Elite Hunting Club are hosting the most sadistic show in town.
Psychological horror film, told from a Christian perspective, set in a religious summer camp for teenagers. Will Denton stars as Tommy, a boy from a fundamentalist family who is sent to Camp Hope, a biblical boot camp designed to teach adolescent boys and girls how to deny their natural urges and live their future lives in a state of pure faith. However, forbidden lust soon leads Tommy and his friends into moral conflict and sinful ways, with ultimately catastrophic consequences. Jesse Eisenberg appears in a cameo role.
Tim Burton directs this fantasy drama-horror based on the cult 1960s television series. When playboy Barnabas Collins (Johnny Depp) breaks the heart of the beautiful Angelique Brouchard (Eva Green), an old family curse is released as Angelique, a witch, turns Barnabas into a vampire before burying him alive. Two centuries later, Barnabas is inadvertently freed and emerges into the very changed world of 1972. Returning to his former home at Collinwood Manor, he finds his estate in ruins and the dysfunctional dregs of his family in tatters. Matriarch Elizabeth Collins Stoddard (Michelle Pfeiffer) has enlisted the services of live-in psychiatrist Dr Julia Hoffman (Helena Bonham Carter) to help with her numerous family problems - but between Elizabeth's loser brother, Roger Collins (Jonny Lee Miller), her rebellious teenage daughter, Carolyn Stoddard (Chloe Moretz), and Roger's precocious 10-year-old son, David Collins (Gulliver McGrath), Dr Hoffman has certainly got her work cut out.
Classic British horror drama starring Vincent Price. In England during the time of Cromwell, the villainous lawyer Matthew Hopkins (Price) travels the country hunting down and torturing those he proclaims witches. Spreading violence and terror in his wake, Hopkins encounters little opposition until he persecutes the Marshall family, and young Richard Marshall (Ian Ogilvy) resolves to put an end to the witchfinder's infamy. This, the third and final film from director Michael Reeves (who died shortly after it was released), was filmed in Norfolk and Suffolk and is often considered one of the greatest British films ever made, being especially noteworthy for its use of the rural landscape.
Triple bill of horrors. 'Cherry Tree Lane' (2010) is a tense urban thriller in which a couple are taken hostage by a gang planning revenge on their son. Christine and Mike (Rachael Blake and Tom Butcher) arrive home from work as usual to prepare dinner for themselves and their teenage son, Sebastian (Tom Kane). They are disturbed by a knock at the front door, which leads to a group of aggressive teenagers barging into the house. The teenagers want to have a word or two with the absent Sebastian, who they believe to be guilty of grassing up one of their friends, and are plenty happy to hold hostage and terrorise his parents until he returns. 'House of the Devil' (2009) follows cash-strapped college student Samantha Hughes (Jocelin Donahue), who takes a babysitting job in a remote country mansion. Fairly soon, Samantha senses that something isn't quite right and that she was naive to believe she could land such a well-paid job without a catch. As a lunar eclipse darkens the sky overhead, Samantha begins to get the uncomfortable feeling that her employers (Tom Noonan and Mary Woronov) intend to use her for something rather more sinister than childcare. 'Bathory: Countess of Blood' (2008) is based on the legend of 16th-century Hungarian Countess Elizabeth Bathory, who was said to bathe in the blood of virgins in a bid to preserve her youth and beauty. This feature, directed by Juraj Jakubisko, portrays Bathory (Anna Friel) in a somewhat different light - a woman born ahead of her time, who was betrayed by the men in her life. These include a talented young painter with whom she begins an affair, Merisi Caravaggio (Hans Matheson), and conniving rival land owner Juraj Thurzo (Karel Roden).
South Korean horror in which an elite class of high school students face a potentially deadly examination. Much is expected of the students of the Seoul school led by head teacher Chang-wook Hwang (Beom-su Lee); so much so that Saturday study sessions are not unusual - though this one certainly turns out to be. A class including Yi-na Kang (Gyu-ri Nam) and her best friend, Myong-hyo Yoon (Son Yeo Eun), find themselves locked in an exam hall watching live video of fellow students in perilous situations. A voice informs them that if they do not answer various test questions correctly the students on the video will be killed. Those in the hall face a desperate test of their intellect as they strive to keep their endangered fellow students alive and attempt to work out who is torturing them.
Survival horror in which five strangers are kidnapped and held inside an underground dungeon, where they are given plenty of water but nothing to eat. As their hunger grows, the instinct for self-preservation comes to the fore - and as time passes some members of the group resort to the unthinkable in order to survive. As events unfold, it gradually becomes clear that they are the subjects of a sinister experiment by a scientist (Bjorn Johnson) with very personal reasons for his fascination with the extremes of human behaviour.
Fourth instalment in the slasher horror franchise. Ten years on from the events of the previous film, Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) has finally managed to put the horrific events of her past behind her, and returns to her hometown of Woodsboro on a promotional tour for her recently published self-help book. Unfortunately for her and her childhood friends Dewey and Gale (David Arquette and Courteney Cox), the Ghostface Killer has chosen the ten-year anniversary of the Woodsboro murders to begin a new killing spree in the town - and this time he is broadcasting the whole thing live on the internet.
Thunder Levin directs this zombie gore-fest in which a group of survivors try to flee Los Angeles. After a series of unusual solar flares transforms LA's massed street gangs into hordes of flesh-seeking zombies, a disparate bunch of survivors realise their only chance to try to make it out of the city alive is by joining forces and getting their hands on every last piece of firepower they can find.
French 'torture porn' horror. Three young medics working for a humanitarian aid organisation in Eastern Europe are held captive and brutally tortured after being kidnapped by a sinister group of organ-harvesting scientists.
Third instalment in the supernatural trilogy where an army of rebel angels, led by the genocidal Pyriel, are determined to destroy mankind. The only hope for the human race is Danyael, a man born from an angel father, who remains as yet unaware of his true purpose in life. When Danyael meets Gabriel (Christopher Walken), a fallen angel who has been acting as his secret guardian, he begins to learn how to use his true powers. But time is short and the final confrontation with Pyriel approaches much too quickly.
Low-budget Japanese sci-fi comedy horror. When a band of Ninja warriors in ancient Japan witness a giant fireball falling out of the sky, they rush to investigate the mysterious asteroid and soon find themselves under attack from a vicious breed of cannibalistic extraterrestrials.
Cult Italian film director Enzo G. Castellari directs this post-apocalyptic horror. It is the year 2019 and 15 years after a nuclear war the world is now run by gangs of human predators who behave like wolves and carnivorous criminals. But a band of survivors discover distant radio signals that give them hope: could there be a part of the world on which other humans live and can they get there before the mutants get to them?
Every year the population of sleepy Lake Victoria explodes from 5,000 to 50,000 for Spring Break, a riot of sun and drunken fun.
But this year, there's something more to worry about than hangovers and complaints from local old timers; a new type of terror is about to be cut loose on Lake Victoria.
After a sudden underwater tremor sets free scores of the prehistoric man-eating fish, an unlikely group of strangers must band together to stop themselves from becoming fish food for the areas new razor-toothed residents.
(Includes 2 pairs of 3-D glasses, but be aware that a 3-D enabled TV is required)
Horror film. Guilt-ridden evangelical minister Reverend Cotton Marcus (Patrick Fabian) invites a documentary crew to make a film revealing the deceptive practices behind the exorcism rituals from which he has made his living over the years. But when he and the film crew arrive at the rural Louisiana farm owned by Louis Sweetzer (Louis Herthum), it becomes terrifyingly apparent to Marcus that true evil is at work there. Can he save himself and his crew before it is too late?
A low budget gore-fest about a group of American teenage yuppies on holiday in a remote cabin in the Tennessee mountains. They discover an old book which, once they have read it, summons up all kinds of horrors: the trees come alive and so do the dead, who take over the bodies of the living. Sam Raimi directs.
British horror starring Danny Dyer. When Derek (Jimi Mistry) and Saffron (Lois Winstone) find a mysterious metal hatch in the middle of the forest, their curiosity wins out over their common sense and they decide to explore beneath it. Searching for their missing friends, Gary (Dyer), Pru (Emily Beecham) and Sarah (Kierston Wareing) are forced to follow. But as they find themselves caught up in a sinister underground experiment, it becomes apparent that one member of the group knows more than they are telling about 'the basement'.
Body horror tale about Audrey (Rachael Walton), a young woman whose inability to end a relationship with her boring boyfriend Henry (Ashley Barnes) causes her belly button to mutate - not to mention her mind.
Horror/thriller loosely based on a short story by Bram Stoker. Young estate agent Bram (Wes Ramsey) wants to marry his girlfriend Elizabeth (Kelsey McCann) - but her father, Admiral Murray (Dan Speaker), forces the young couple to put their relationship on hold for a year. Elizabeth flees to London, where she is kidnapped by Count Dracula (Andrew Bryniarski) and incarcerated in his castle in Transylvania. Can Bram foil Dracula's evil plans and rescue the woman he loves?
A group of fun-loving teenagers take jobs at a recently re-opened summer camp, unaware of the circumstances that had led to its closure: the drowning of a young boy named Jason and subsequent murder of two counsellors over twenty years before. No sooner has the camp re-opened for business than the killing begins again, as the teens are picked off one by one. Followed by seven sequels.
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