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Actress Chris MacNeil (Ellen Burstyn) has every reason to be content, having just completed a film with director Burke Dennings (Jack MacGowran). However, she becomes disturbed by the changes taking place in her 12-year-old daughter, Regan (Linda Blair). At first sullen and withdrawn, Regan becomes aggressive and blasphemous, and ugly welts appear on her face and body. No medical cure is forthcoming, and after Burke is killed by being thrown from Regan's window, Chris turns to local Jesuit priest Father Damien Karras (Jason Miller) for help. Karras then calls in exorcist Father Lankester Merrin (Max von Sydow), who confirms that Regan is possessed by the devil. William Peter Blatty's screenplay, based on his own novel inspired by actual events, won an Oscar, and the film was deemed so powerful that it was refused a BBFC certificate for fifteen years.
Horror following two young women who encounter a maniac while hiking through the Caucasus Mountains. Aid workers Amy (Theresa Joy) and Sophie (Julie LeGal) get lost when they come across a region of the Caucasus Mountains that doesn't appear on the map. Cut off from the rest of the world, Sophie is kidnapped by a psychotic man known as The Breeder who takes her to his secret layer to purge her of her sins, while Amy has to put her own life at risk to save her friend.
In this early George A. Romero film an accident with a virus leaking into the water supply of a small town creates a terrifying civil emergency when the inhabitants start to go crazy and murder each other.
Veidt Smit - a revived servant of Count Dracula - goes on a mission to discover a remaining member of the vampires' clan. The servant is accompanied by a hound called Zoltan, who shares his master's predisposition for bloodsucking. The pair end up in Los Angeles, where they discover that Californian Michael Drake is the man they seek.
Horror remake based on George A. Romero's classic zombie film. When a strange virus infects a small Colorado town, the military is brought in to stop the disease spreading by enforcing a quarantine. But as people begin to become infected, the survivors realise that the virus is turning them into the walking dead. Now, the few people who are immune to the virus must fend off the zombies and try to escape from the town in one piece.
The tragic loss of their unborn child has devastated Kate and John, taking a toll on both their marriage and Kate's fragile psyche as she is plagued by nightmares and haunted by demons from her past. Struggling to regain some semblance of normalcy in their lives, the couple decides to adopt another child. At the local orphanage, both John and Kate find themselves strangely drawn to a young girl named Esther. Almost as soon as they welcome Esther into their home, however, an alarming series of events begins to unfold, leading Kate to believe that there's something wrong with Esther--this seemingly angelic little girl is not what she appears to be. Concerned for the safety of her family, Kate tries to get John and others to see past Esther's sweet facade. But her warnings go unheeded until it may be too late... for everyone.
An enticingly eerie Hammer horror film about a baron in 19th century Austria who keeps his son and daughter virtual prisoners, for he is convinced that insanity runs in his family. Intrigues, chases and murders drive the plot.
Psychological horror. Three lifelong friends, Tabitha (Katheryn Winnick), Shelby (Laura Breckenridge) and Lisa (Jessica Lucas) are being stalked by a psychotic serial killer bearing a grudge linked to a seemingly innocent incident from the women's school days. In the name of revenge, the deranged killer has invented the most brutal and sadistic games for his three victims to 'play'. Can they possibly get out alive?
Documentary-style horror sequel from director Adam Wingard. College student James Donahue (James Allen McCune), accompanied by a group of friends, ventures into Maryland's Black Hills Forest in search of his missing sister who disappeared 20 years earlier while searching for evidence of the Blair Witch. After an uneventful hike deep into the woods, the group begin to feel a menacing presence in their camp as the night draws on. When a number of mysterious figures then appear in the trees around the camp, the panicked group begin to realise that the legend is real and more sinister than they could have imagined...
Steven C. Miller directs this suburban horror film starring Jonny Weston and Gattlin Griffith. When brothers Neal (Weston) and Paulie (Griffith) join forces to get rid of a creature living under the bed, nightmare ordeals ensue.
Yam Laranas directs this horror following an ex-con as he attempts to readjust to life on the outside. Bobby (Jesse Bradford) has just been released from prison having served the sentence he was given for murdering a man who tried to rape his girlfriend Alyssa (Amelia Warner). He returns to his mother's apartment in New York City, which has been vacant since her death. Bobby finds the apartment strange. He discovers drops of blood that appear to be fresh and hears continual arguments from the apartment next door, which suggest to him that a man is abusing his wife and daughter. When he finally snaps and calls the police things become even stranger: the apartment next door is vacant, the police tell him. Where, then, are the noises coming from?
Double bill of horror movies inspired by the 1978 revenge feature. 'I Spit On Your Grave' (2010) stars Sarah Butler as Jennifer, a writer who retreats to a cabin in the woods to begin work on her new book. While there, she is brutally raped by a group of local men whom she encountered en route to the cabin. Jennifer only narrowly escapes with her life - but survive she does, and returns to the locale to carry out the most gruesome revenge on her attackers that she can possibly devise. In 'I Spit On Your Grave 2' (2013) Katie (Jemma Dallender) is a young woman with dreams of becoming a model. Naturally, she is delighted when she receives an offer to attend a photo shoot, however the experience quickly turns into a nightmare when she is kidnapped and sexually and physically abused. When freed from her ordeal, Katie's first impulse is revenge. Will her abductors come to regret their vile behaviour when victim turns tormentor?
Troy Nixey directs this horror remake, written by Guillermo del Toro and Matthew Robbins, about a young girl who discovers monsters after moving in to her father's country mansion. Shortly after joining her father, Alex (Guy Pearce), and his girlfriend, Kim (Katie Holmes), in their new home, Sally Hirst (Bailee Madison) begins to explore the building's warren of rooms. While in the basement, she stumbles upon a part of the house that has remained unused for decades, after a builder disappeared in mysterious circumstances. As she investigates further, she uncovers something lurking behind the fireplace...
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?
Horror in which a group of people awake in a basement to find that they have been chosen to take part in a horrifying game. Deceived and then drugged by a beautiful hitchhiker, the unwitting captives, who include Tara (Maya Hazen), Tony (Akeem Smith), Sam (Greg Cipes) and couple Tayler (April Mason) and Nick (Eric Jay Beck), are informed of the reality of their situation when they awake. Each of them has had a special vial implanted in their skulls. The only way to remove the vial without losing their lives is to fill them with a brain fluid that is only produced by intense pain. They have 22 hours to find away of inflicting sufficient agony on themselves to fill the vials...
Horror film based on the 1978 'video nasty' shocker of the same name. Sarah Butler stars as Jennifer, a writer who retreats to a cabin in the woods to begin work on her new book. While there, she is brutally raped by a group of local men whom she encountered en route to the cabin. The attack escalates and Jennifer only narrowly escapes with her life - but survive she does, and returns to the locale to carry out the most gruesome revenge on her attackers that she can possibly devise.
Michael Bartlett directs this suspense horror starring Dana Melanie, J. Michael Trautmann and Daniel Fredrick. The film starts as Elizabeth (Melanie) goes off in search of Little Bob (Jake Gregory), her missing younger brother, and becomes trapped in a secluded treehouse. Meanwhile, Killian (Trautmann) and Crawford (Fredrick) prepare for a night of fun in the woods and it isn't long before they come across the treehouse where Elizabeth is being held. However, they soon find out that there is something much more sinister going on in the area...
Adam Green writes, directs and stars in this horror mockumentary starring Ray Wise. While making a documentary about the art of monsters in movies, film-maker Adam Green is approached by the mysterious retired detective William Dekker (Wise) who claims to know about a secret society of monsters who live beneath the ground known as the Marrow. Joined by his trusted cameraman Will Barratt, the pair embark on a quest to investigate the sleuth's outlandish theories but in the process they also find themselves questioning the man himself...
All four films from the reptilian cult horror franchise. In 'Anaconda' (1997), Dr Steven Cale (Eric Stoltz) and Terri Flores (Jennifer Lopez) are filming a documentary in the Amazon jungle when they rescue the enigmatic Paul Sarone (Jon Voight). Sarone has his own agenda, however, as his quest to capture a deadly 40-foot anaconda snake places the lives of everyone on the team in peril. In the sequel, 'Anacondas - The Hunt for the Blood Orchid' (2004), a pharmaceutical company sends a group of horticulturalists on a scientific expedition to Borneo in search of a rare flower - the Blood Orchid - that can reputedly bestow immortality. But the group is alarmed to discover that the precious plant is being guarded by a terrifying population of bloodthirsty anacondas, who have been imbibing the orchid's restorative properties for years - making them faster and stronger than ever. The third instalment 'Anaconda 3 - Offspring' (2008) sees David Hasselhoff, of 'Baywatch' fame, playing a ruthless mercenary on the hunt for a pair of giant serpents that are on the loose and causing havoc in the Romanian countryside. Teaming up with snake researcher Amanda (Crystal Allen), 'the Hoff' must stop the slithering, homicidal boas before they reach the city. In the fourth instalment 'Anaconda 4 - Trail of Blood' (2009), the baby anaconda captured at the end of 'Anaconda 3' has become the subject of experimentation for a leading scientist who creates a cell regeneration serum that enables the snake to multiply at an alarming rate. When the scientist mysteriously disappears and the snakes escape, dying millionaire Murdoch (John Rhys-Davies) sends a team to track him down, and Dr Amanda Haze (Allen) - determined to destroy the serum and kill the mutant snakes - also joins in the frantic search.
Mischa Barton stars in this low-budget British horror. Suspecting her fiancÚ of cheating on her, Ella (Barton) decides to check out his secret, rented storage unit. With help from her friend Molly (Emily Atack), Ella breaks into the bunker but finds herself locked underground by the facility's malicious manager along with a number of sordid characters including a drug addict and a corrupt cop. Trapped together in the labyrinthine facility, the group discover the manager is conducting sinister experiments on the people he's collected, forcing them to confront their own chequered pasts if they want to escape alive.
American horror written, produced and directed by Jeremy Gardner. When a zombie apocalypse takes over a large area of New England, former baseball players Ben (Gardner) and Mickey (Adam Cronheim) decide to pack up their things and escape. As Ben adapts to living in the wild, Mickey refuses to change his way of life and continues to burn through batteries listening to his music. As the zombies edge closer to their new location can the pair work together to stay alive?
Creature-feature horror. Winner of Ben Affleck and Matt Damon's 'Project Greenlight: Season 3' - a reality show which invites budding auteurs to make submissions to their production company - this horror film is set in an small-town tavern where a disparate group of hard-drinking barflies finds itself under attack from a family of man-munching monsters. Blackly comic and gore-splattered throughout, the film has become something of a cult hit and its two sequels are already on their way.
Fast-paced horror in which a woman's attempts to start a new life are threatened when she discovers her ex-boyfriend, a brutal murderer, has escaped from prison. Sarah (Amy Seimetz) is a recovering alcoholic whose problems with drink are partially responsible for the fact that it took her so long to recognise the erratic behaviour of her boyfriend, Garrick (AJ Bowen). When she discovered that Garrick was responsible for a spree of killings, Amy turned him in immediately and subsequently moved to a small town in a bid to move on with her life. Things are going well. At an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting she bumps into Kevin (Joe Swanberg) and the pair begin a relationship. However, the news that Garrick has escaped from captivity chills her to the bone. She knows that the killer will do everything in his power to track down the woman who betrayed him...
Horror in which a group of high school kids get more than they bargained for when they begin investigating a local myth about a hermit who attacks anyone who invades his territory. Derek (Drew Seeley) and his troubled brother, Tobey (Nicholas Elia), have only recently moved to a new town and school when they learn about the danger of taking a local shortcut. When Tobey returns battered and bruised from the area, the brothers quickly learn about the violent history of the old man (Raymond J. Barry) who lives there. Along with Derek's school friends, Lisa (Shannon Woodward), Mark (Dave Franco) and Christy (Katrina Bowden), the brothers set out to investigate. Will they get to the bottom of the mystery or will it prove their undoing?
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