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The sixth instalment in the 'torture porn' horror franchise. Special Agent Strahm is dead and Detective Hoffman (Costas Mandylor) has been exposed as Jigsaw's undisputed replacement. As the FBI start narrowing their search for Hoffman, he is driven to protect Jigsaw's legacy and initiates a new game plan in order to ensure Jigsaw's eminent design is recognised once and for all.
Controversial slasher horror. Shortly after being released from a mental asylum, where he was incarcerated for murder, Miguel (Alexander Waechter) goes on a brutal killing spree during the Spanish Festival of the Moon. Released into his sister Manuela (Nadja Gerganoff)'s custody, Miguel targets the young women staying at his sister's Youth Club Boarding School for Languages in the Costa Del Sol.
Looking for new thrills, cable TV programmer Max Renn (James Woods) stumbles upon an S&M satellite channel called 'Videodrome', which seems to depict real people being killed and tortured. His kinky girlfriend, Nicki (Debbie Harry), is somehow involved in the station, and as Max becomes more addicted to the violence it depicts on the screen, the boundary between real life and television disappears amidst a host of increasingly bizarre hallucinations.
Film-maker Steve Wolsh makes his feature debut with this horror starring Lachlan Buchanan, Jaclyn Swedberg and Kane Hodder. On the run from a brutal encounter with some vicious albinos on an ancient burial ground, a group of friends hide out in an empty holiday home in Cape Cod. To their horror, there is a supernatural entity inside the house that wants them dead. Trapped between two evils, can the friends find a way out of the nightmare?
Hammer studios present their version of the Werewolf myth. Leon (Oliver Reed) is born on Christmas Day as the result of a horrific rape, and so finds himself condemned to a tormented life as a werewolf. His terrifying transformation can only be stopped by the unquestioning love of a good woman or a silver bullet.
Classic horror starring Peter Cushing. A young teacher on her way to a position in Transylvania helps a young man escape the shackles his mother has put on him. In doing so she innocently unleashes the horrors of the undead once again on the populace, including those at her school for ladies. Luckily for some, Dr Van Helsing (Cushing) is already on his way.
Nick Willing writes and directs this British horror starring Olivia Williams and Matthew Modine. When renovations expert Meg Hamilton (Williams) and her husband Alex (Modine) decide to relocate their family to their newly-purchased country house on the wild Yorkshire Moors, Meg becomes increasingly worried as members of her restoration team begin leaving the project. After their first night in the house, Meg's daughter Penny (Antonia Clarke) claims she has seen a ghostly figure in her room and, later, when Meg discovers a secret attic room housing a mysterious painting depicting the murder of the former lady of the manor, she starts to think that Penny's suspicions of the house being haunted could be true...
New parents Lucy and Gino Carlesi want only the best for their newborn child. But their baby boy has something of the night about him, filled with an inexplicable hatred. The freak child develops quickly becoming super strong. Despite the baby's presence at the site of various deaths, the doctors refuse to believe the child can be implicated. Only Sister Albana (Eileen Atkins) senses the evil within the tiny tot.
Fire and brimstone gothic chiller set in the US bible belt. Professional sceptic of unexplained phenomena, Katherine Winter (Hilary Swank), is called in to investigate when a series of biblical plagues beset a small southern town. Thinking at first that she'll easily find human evidence in the occurrences, she soon comes to realise that there are some things that can't be explained away.
In the late 1960s the world of exploitation cinema was changing fast, and by the time The Devil Rides Out appeared in 1968 its stiff upper-lip approach alienated American audiences.
The film was directed by Terence Fisher in a traditional style, albeit with more explicit references to Satanism and black magic than would have been permissible in the late 1950s.
A favourite of leading man Christopher Lee, The Devil Rides Out is now seen as a classic, compromised only by its unfinished special effects and some misjudged re-voicing.
Horror in which a woman enlists the help of her sister to declare her missing husband dead only to discover that things may not quite be what they seem. Tricia (Courtney Bell) has been in agony since the unexplained disappearance of her husband, Daniel (Morgan Peter Brown), some seven years ago. Her younger sister, Callie (Katie Parker), comes to stay with her and convinces her to have Daniel declared dead in absentia, hoping that this will help Tricia begin to move on with her life. However, while staying at the house, Callie discovers a mysterious dark tunnel nearby and begins to investigate. Could it be that this tunnel holds the key to the death of Daniel? If, indeed, he is dead at all...
Vincent Price plays a Shakespearian actor Edward Lionheart, who re-enacts murder scenes penned by the famous bard, in order to gain revenge on the nine theatre critics who have denied him the Best Actor of the Year award. His accomplice is his devoted daughter (Diana Rigg) and together they seek revenge in a most bloody and violent way: one critic is decapitated in his bed, one is made to murder his own wife and another is forced to eat his beloved dogs.
The famous detective brings his skills to bear on the bloody crimes of Jack the Ripper, in Victorian London's notorious East End. With the whole city in a panic, Holmes (John Neville) receives a mysterious clue in the form of a surgical box, marked with an aristocratic family crest. From this, Holmes, assisted as ever by Dr Watson (Donald Houston), begins his investigations to uncover the identity of the period's most dangerous mass murderer.
When thirteen-year-old ghetto boy Fool (Brandon Adams) joins two burglars in the robbery of a neighbourhood house, he soon wishes he'd left well alone. The duo of thieves are soon dead, and Fool discovers that the house's owners (Everett McGill and Wendy Robie) are a pair of murderous psychopaths who keep their abused stepdaughter Alice (A.J. Langer) a prisoner. Horrormeister Wes Craven provides the script and directs.
Horror about demonic possession set in a small Amish community. Clairvoyant Amie (Jessica DiGiovanni) begins to experience disturbing visions when her village falls under an evil spell. Funeral director Christopher (Christopher Atkins) enlists Amie's help to locate the source of evil and perform an exorcism.
Anthology of thematically connected short films. The collection brings together 26 separate segments from 26 directors working within the horror and sci-fi genres. After being assigned a letter of the alphabet and given a budget of five thousand pounds, the film-makers were asked to shoot a short film exploring death and the many ways of dying. Included in the brutal and bloody smorgasbord are contributions from Ti West, Ben Wheatley and Noboru Iguchi.
Psychological horror directed by Ben Wheatley. Set during the English Civil War, the film follows a small group of deserted soldiers who are captured by a mysterious alchemist by the name of O'Neil (Michael Smiley). When they are forced to help O'Neil find treasure that is believed to be hidden in a field, they feed themselves on the abundant mushrooms found in the English countryside. As their search continues, the group begin a quick descent into paranoid psychological turmoil and begin to suspect that the treasure they have been seeking may be something else altogether.
Tommy Lee Wallace co-writes and directs this horror based on Stephen King's novel. In 1990, a group of seven childhood friends, known as The Losers Club, reunite to combat a mysterious threat which they had thought was long since buried. Lurking in the shadows, and preying on their innermost fears, a shape-shifting, supernatural predator, manifesting as a killer clown called Pennywise (Tim Curry), prepares to strike again.
Inventive horror in which a sound engineer working in the confines of an Italian movie studio becomes dangerously absorbed in his work. The tale is set in the 1970s, when Italian horror films, particularly those belonging to the 'giallo' genre, were known for being shot soundless, with the effects and language tracks added later so that the movies could be dubbed into multiple languages and marketed more effectively abroad. The British sound engineer, Gilderoy (Toby Jones), works in one such studio, stabbing and otherwise assaulting vegetables to provide the requisite sounds for a horror flick. However, the more time Gilderoy spends in the studio, the more he is drawn into the world of the films on which he works. Some of the horror seems to stem from within, as Gilderoy revisits moments from his past, but it leaves him precariously poised between the real world and the imaginative realm represented by the films...
The first in Hammer studios' long line of horror films. Awaiting execution in his dingy cell, Baron Victor Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) confides his story to a priest. Orphaned as a child, Frankenstein worked closely with his tutor, Paul Krempe (Robert Urquhart), experimenting on animals until they successfully revived a dead puppy. Much to Paul's unease, Frankenstein then worked obsessively to create a monster (Christopher Lee) out of assorted body parts, but once given life the creature attacked its maker and went on the rampage.
Horror in which a couple find themselves stranded in a small European village, where they pique the interest of a local aristocrat. When the honeymoon of Gerald Harcourt (Edward De Souza) and his new wife, Marianne (Jennifer Daniel), is interrupted by a car breakdown, they reconcile themselves to staying a couple of days in a remote village. The locals seem friendly enough and the wealthy Dr. Ravna (Noel Willman) even invites the couple for dinner at his chateau. However, once trapped in Ravna's house the newlyweds swiftly find themselves regretting the invitation as they become the subject of increasingly bizarre and threatening behaviour...
Living dead horror set in the African desert. In World War 2, a Nazi squadron hid a shipment of gold in a remote oasis. The squadron was ambushed by the Allies, and only one American soldier survived. Some fifty years later, the survivor tells a young German fortune hunter his story, triggering a series of events that end up in the terrifying discovery of an army of zombies in the desert who are guarding the Nazi gold.
John Moxey directs this cult British horror starring Christopher Lee. In the 1600s the town of Whitewood, Massachusetts tries Elizabeth Selwyn (Patricia Jessel) for being a witch. Desperate to save herself, she makes a pact with Lucifer in exchange for her soul. Fast forward three hundred years and young student Nan Barlow (Venetia Stephenson) is researching witchcraft in history for her college thesis. She decides to take a trip to Whitewood following a recommendation from her professor Alan Driscoll (Lee). Born and raised in the town, Driscoll suggests she lodge at the Ravens Inn, run by the mysterious Mrs Newless (Jessel). However, Nan soon finds that things are not all they seem in Whitewood and that Mrs Newless might be hiding a terrifying secret.
Horror directed by Caradog W. James and starring Katee Sackhoff, Lucy Boynton and Javier Botet. When Chloe (Boynton) and her boyfriend Danny (Jordan Bolger) decide to knock twice on the door of the supposed witch Mary Aminov (Ania Marson), they treat it as a silly joke. But when Danny disappears without a trace Chloe realises too late that the urban myth may have more truth to it than she anticipated. Detective Boardman (Nick Moran) is charged with investigating the disappearance and Chloe seeks shelter with her estranged mother (Sackhoff). But a darkness follows her every step.
Spanish director Manuel Carballo helms this English-language, faux documentary-style, supernatural horror starring Sophie Vavasseur. When 15-year-old Emma (Vavasseur) starts experiencing fits and outbursts of uncontrolled behaviour, her parents call in a priest, Father Ennis (Doug Bradley) to hypnotise their daughter and exorcise the evil spirits that appear to be possessing her.
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