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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...
Dark horror with Derren Nesbitt and Glynn Edwards starring as the 19th-century Irish body snatchers. Supplying cadavers for cash to the pioneering surgeon Dr Knox (Harry Andrews) at Edinburgh's world-renowned medical school, Burke (Nesbitt) and Hare (Edwards) hit a problem when their supply dries up. Not keen to let a business opportunity pass them by, however, the pair soon resort to murder to procure enough bodies to keep the cash rolling in.
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.
During a cricket match at a lunatic asylum a couple (John Hurt and Susannah York) are told a story by one of the patients (Alan Bates). He tells of the time he spent in Australia and of the special, devastating gift the aborigines taught him. The couple allow him to move in with them where he begins a passionate affair with the wife. The husband is only interested in learning 'the shout' himself so he can use it in his music, even though it has the power to kill.
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.
When horror writer Ronald Chetwynd-Hayes (John Carradine) allows his vampire friend Eramus (Vincent Price) to take him to the Monster Club - a trendy hang-out for ghouls, werewolves, snakemen et al - the latter regales him with three horrific tales. In the first, a couple attempt to cheat gentle monster Shadwick out of his fortune. The second features a film director who is trapped in a village of ghouls, while the third story centres around a young boy who discovers that his father is one of the undead.
Sci-fi horror which revolves around a young girl named Katy (Paige Conner) and the war fought over her by supernatural forces. Katy and her telekinetic powers are highly sought after by a global conspiracy who want to take over the world, and by the intergalactic warrior 'The Visitor', who possesses the same powers and knows they should be used for the good of mankind. Both sides are concerned with carrying Katy's genes forward as they grapple with the fate of their universe, battling through multiple dimensions across space.
James Wan directs this horror starring Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga as real-life demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren. When the Perron family experience strange goings-on at their farmhouse, they enlist the help of paranormal experts Ed and Lorraine. As they investigate, however, the couple begin to realise that, despite their expertise, they may not be equipped to deal with such a violent and foreboding evil...
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.
Controversial horror auteur David Cronenberg gained his first international success with this conspiracy thriller, featuring a notorious exploding head sequence. A group of psychics, nicknamed 'scanners' for their ability to read minds, realise they can also induce massive brain haemorrhaging in their subjects by locking into their nervous system. A 'good' scanner is sent out by doctors to track down the psychics who are using their powers for evil purposes.
The first three films from the controversial torture-based horror series. In 'Hostel' (2005) three backpackers, Paxton (Jay Hernandez), Josh (Derek Richardson) and Oli (Eythor Gudjonsson), are lured to a Slovakian youth hostel by the rumour that it provides some of the best hedonistic pleasures on the continent. When they arrive, however, they find themselves plunged into a living hell, as the hostel turns out to be linked to a horrific club where rich people can pay huge sums of money to perform unspeakable tortures on human victims. In 'Hostel: Part II' (2007) a trio of young American women studying in Rome for the summer, Beth (Lauren German), Lorna (Heather Matarazzo) and Whitney (Bijou Phillips), are lured away to a Slovakian hostel by the beautiful Eastern European model from their life drawing class. The three quickly regret the decision as they find themselves forced into servitude by an exclusive club and sold off to the highest bidder, a sick and depraved pervert who gets his kicks from watching young women die a slow and painful death. 'Hostel: Part III' (2011), directed by Scott Spiegel, is the third instalment of the horror franchise. 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.
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.
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.
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.
Low-budget Japanese martial arts zombie horror. A family holiday goes hideously wrong when a road accident in a remote forest leads to a young family being car-jacked and taken hostage by a pair of psychotic armed bank robbers on the run. But the thieves soon prove to be the least of the young family's problems when the group falls prey to an army of undead samurai warriors.
Gut-wrenchingly grim horror based on the novel by Jack Ketchum. The recently orphaned Loughlin sisters, 16-year-old Meg (Blythe Auffarth) and ten-year-old polio victim Susan (Madeline Taylor), move in with their Aunt Ruth (Blanche Baker) and her three sons following the death of their parents. Ruth's house has always been a favoured teen hangout in the neighbourhood, but for some reason she harbours an intense dislike for the young sisters. As her acts of punishment escalate into unspeakable abuse and torture, the Chandlers' young neighbour David Moran (Daniel Manche) looks on in horror - but will he find the courage to speak out?
Sci-fi thriller/horror from writer/director Gabriel Cowan. When a scientific experiment into parasitology goes horribly awry in the late 1980s, the population of the island of Cuttyhunk is decimated and the few survivors forced to flee. Now, 20 years later, orphaned former resident Jamie Akerman (Mircea Monroe) returns with her boyfriend Marco (Brian Krause) to sell the family property abandoned years before. But, unbeknownst to the young couple, a new strain of parasite has engulfed the island - and they soon find themselves locked in a desperate battle for survival.
Horror sequel continuing the story of a group of ill-fated cavers. After Sarah Carter (Shauna MacDonald) is rescued from the Appalachian caves where several of her friends came to a bloody end, she is made to go back and help to try and find any remaining survivors. The local Sheriff (Gavan O'Herlihy) is not wholly convinced by Sarah's version of events or about what she claims she and her friends encountered in the caves and so pushes for the rescue expedition. It soon becomes clear, however, that every awful thing Sarah told him was true.
Director Luis de la Madrid's Spanish horror has a ghostly nun exacting bloody vengeance on those responsible for her death. The head of a Catholic school in Barcelona, Sister Ursula (Cristina Piaget) has relentlessly bullied and abused her students. When a 15-year-old pupil is found to be pregnant, she attempts to 'cleanse' the girl by immersing her in water but is accidentally killed by the girl's five classmates who are trying to stop the ceremony. 20 years later the school is newly reopened and two of the original classmates are found dead, prompting those still alive to face their worst fears. With the now teenaged daughter of the original pupil in tow, the remaining friends set out to end their nightmare once and for all.
Two college girls are butchered by a masked killer who leaves a scarf at the scene. Diana, a classmate of the dead girls, has seen the scarf before - but where? Her attempts to track down the culprit become more urgent as the hacksaw-wielding maniac sets about a killing spree across the Italian countryside.
University lecturer Norman Taylor earns the enmity of his colleagues when it is rumoured that he has obtained a major promotion. However, this is no ordinary professional jealousy; someone is using the occult to try and ruin Norman's life. After his own wife falls prey to the powers of darkness, Norman is forced to do battle with demonic forces which bring him to the verge of Hell itself.
Classic creature comedy horror directed by Joe Dante and produced by Steven Spielberg. When Billy Peltzer (Zach Gilligan) is given the cute and friendly little Mogwai, Gizmo (voiced by Howie Mandel), for Christmas, he is told never to expose it to bright light, get it wet or ever feed it after midnight. But one night when a glass of water is accidentally spilled over little Gizmo, Billy soon finds out why he was told to follow this advice as Gizmo begins to convulse, producing five new Mogwai. As Billy and his science teacher, Mr. Hanson (Glynn Turman), then seek to find out more about the creatures, a series of events lead to the escape of a number of them; and due to their heightened intelligence they know exactly how to replicate themselves. Soon after, the town is overrun by a new breed of Mogwai - the 'Gremlins' - who are menacing little reptilian creatures, and far from friendly.
Triple bill of horror movies inspired by the cult 1978 revenge feature.
I Spit On Your Grave (2010)
I Spit On Your Grave 2 (2013)
I Spit On Your Grave 3 (2015)
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