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Gory horror from director Daniel Simpson in which four students choose the wrong place to squat. Searching for an empty building in London where they can live rent free, art students Molly (Emma Griffiths Malin), Zoe (Amy Noble), Toby (George Maguire) and Luke (Reuben-Henry Biggs) break into a seemingly abandoned run-down property. They soon, however, discover the error of their ways, as one by one they start to disappear in a frenzy of blood-letting, and the realisation dawns that they are trapped in the house with a psychotic madman.
Barry Levinson directs this found footage horror in which a trainee journalist captures the chaos that afflicts a small US town when an infection breaks out that appears to stem from the water system. The illness produces symptoms such as vomiting, skin rashes and internal bleeding and spreads with such devastating swiftness that the town, Chesapeake Bay, is swiftly quarantined and its hospitals overrun. Among the human stories documented by young journalist Donna Thompson (Kether Donohue) on her news camera are the efforts of Dr Jack Abrams (Stephen Kunken) to track down the source of the virus while also attempting to treat it and the horrifying discoveries that await police officers Jimson (Michael Beasley) and Paul (Jody Thompson) as they respond to 911 calls. However, has the worst consequence of the outbreak yet to make itself known?
This seventh entry in the 'Halloween' series is also the first since 'Halloween 2' to feature Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis), the sister and victim of psychopath Michael Myers. Apparently killed in a car crash, Laurie in fact faked her death so that she could adopt a new identity. She is now Keri Tate, headmistress of a private school in California, and mother of a teenage son, John. Unfortunately, Halloween 1998 - the twentieth anniversary of Michael's original attack - sees the slasher decide that the time is now right to get back in touch with his family.
Brian De Palma directs this horror starring Kirk Douglas as Peter Sandza, a Secret Service agent whose son Robin (Andrew Stevens) has psychic powers. Whilst Sandza is holidaying with Robin and fellow agent Childress (John Cassavetes) they are attacked by what seems to be a gang of terrorists and Robin is kidnapped. However, when Sandza discovers that the attack was masterminded by Childress, who wants to corrupt then sell Robin's powers, he enlists the help of another psychic (Amy Irving) to track his son down - but will they be too late?
Robert De Niro, Kenneth Branagh, Tom Hulce, Helena Bonham Carter, Aidan Quinn, Ian Holm and John Cleese star in Branagh's acclaimed adaptation of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.
True to the original, here is the story of a young doctor whose obsession with death leads him to create a life. But his "creature" crafted from the bodies of convicts and the brain of a brilliant scientist, is a hideous mockery of humanity.
And when the creature realizes he will never be accepted by men, he seeks revenge on Dr. Frankenstein and his family.
Nicholas Medina (Vincent Price) lives in a castle complete with a torture chamber built during the Spanish Inquisition. When his wife dies, he slowly goes mad, hearing her voice and becoming convinced that he has buried her alive. A twist in the tale leads to a horrific denouement in the torture chamber. Roger Corman, the king of low budget horror, directs this Edgar Allan Poe adaptation.
When Jess sets sail with a group of friends, she cannot shake the feeling that there is something wrong. Then the yacht hits a storm and the group is forced to board a passing ocean liner, a ship Jess is convinced she's been on before.
Although it appears deserted, they soon find they are not alone... someone is intent on hunting them down, one by one.
And Jess unknowingly holds the key to end the terror.
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.
Third in the series of 'mockbuster' horror features which claim to present the true events on which a blockbuster film was based. Nicole Muller stars as Anneliese Michel, the woman whose alleged demonic possession and exorcism inspired the film 'The Exorcism of Emily Rose'. As Anneliese struggles furiously with her inner demons, a series of figures from the medical and religious community - including Dr Frederick Gruber (Kai Cofer) and Pastor Ernest Alt (Gerold Wunstel) - attempt to free her from her pain. But will science and theology be able to find an answer for what ails Anneliese?
The immortal Louis tells of his life as a vampire recruited by Lestat in 1791 Louisiana. From the Anne Rice novel.
1980s revenge horror based on the novel by Edward Levy. Stranded alone on a roadside one night while waiting for her husband Eli (Ronny Cox) to retrieve a tow truck for their broken down car, Caroline (Bibi Besch) is attacked and raped by a beastly figure. Years later, their teenage son Michael (Paul Clemens) ends up in hospital with a mysterious illness which the doctors think may be genetic. As Michael's biological father is Caroline's attacker, she and Eli are forced to investigate the events of that terrible night. While they attempt to discover the identity of the rapist, a series of unexplained murders takes place. It becomes apparent that Michael's real father was tortured and killed by a local man and has now returned inside of his son to seek revenge...
When a bumbling pair of employees at a medical supply warehouse accidentally release a deadly gas into the air, the vapours cause the dead to re-animate as they go on a rampage through Louisville, Kentucky seeking their favourite food, brains.
Low-budget independent horror. In an attempt to make their newest business venture a popular tourist destination, the owners of the Pennsylvania museum Uncle Jack's Hotel of Horror introduce a variety of haunted objects as props. But when it becomes apparent that the museum is being overcome by a demonic presence, they find they have more to worry about than just how business is faring...
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. A devastating zombie virus, VM2, originates in France and quickly spreads throughout Europe and the rest of the world, leaving few untouched. Life is tough for the survivors. 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. Together, the survivors set out towards the island of Catalina, which they've heard offers refuge from the outbreak, but getting there will be no straightforward matter when the country is full of bloodthirsty zombies.
Lew Ayres stars in Felix Feist's adaptation of the 1942 novel by Curt Siodmak. After an horrific plane crash, despised millionaire Tom Donovan (Michael Colgan) is declared dead. Dr. Patrick Cory (Ayres) has ideas beyond his station however when he decides to operate on the corpse and retrieve the brain for research purposes. When Dr. Cory finds himself committing violent acts against his will he starts to believe that the brain of Tom Donovan, now stored in a tank, is controlling his actions.
Horror sequel starring Sarah Butler and Doug McKeon. Following on from 'I Spit On Your Grave' (2010), the first film in the series, Jennifer (Butler) begins working at a crisis centre where she answers telephone calls from people in need of advice. When she learns that a serial killer is using the service to track down rapists, Jennifer's dark and troubling past comes back to haunt her.
Seven college students - bookish Emily; friendly bad-guy Johnny; punk girl Maddy; the token gay Ricky; gangster-rapper 'Q'; British exchange student Sylvia; and football stud Tim - are picked to travel to a private island owned by the reclusive Vincent King and his film-obsessed wife Mary Shelley to study island wildlife. But it isn't long before a mysterious killer begins slaughtering the students one-by-one, and modeling the deaths after gory murder scenes from horror films. Are the eccentric Vincent and Mary Shelley the killers? If so, who is the mysterious fisherman lurking around the grounds of the island? And does Emily know a lot more about what's going on than she claims to?
Cherry Falls is a quiet little town - until the night that a serial killer begins preying on its youth. After a third teen is found slain, the killer's modus operandi emerges: the victims were all virgins.
Sheriff Marken is concerned for the safety of the teens in general and in particular his own daughter, Jody, who is still a virgin. Once the students realise that to save their skins, they're going to have to lose their virginity NOW, a meet-and-mate party takes shape.
Jody finds herself at the centre of the mystery and the mayhem. As the students' 'Pop Your Cherry' ball gets going off-campus, Jody takes matters into her own hands, in more ways than one...
Horror in which a pair of demons battle for the souls of a troubled brother and sister. Marc (Don Wood) is an alcoholic struggling badly with inner demons and homicidal impulses. He is estranged from his teenage sister, Wendy (Christine Spencer), whose life is only in marginally better shape. While her brother's addictive impulses stem from his introversion, Wendy's excesses are driven by an extrovert's love of life and passion. Though only a teenager she is pregnant, abuses drugs and has a number of sexual partners. It is little wonder that smoothly-dressed demons, Scadlock (Bradford Scobie) and Glumac (Larry Fessenden), pick the pair as candidates for a demonic conversion. Can any worldly influence, including each other, keep Marc and Wendy from the clutches of the demons?
A woman brings her family back to her childhood home, where she opens an orphanage for handicapped children. Before long, her son starts to communicate with an invisible new friend.
Three horror films based on the works of popular author Stephen King. In 'Misery' (1990), sick of his 19th Century romantic heroine, Misery Chastain, novelist Paul Sheldon (James Caan) kills her off and writes a more personal, modern novel. When his car crashes in remote mountains he is saved by 'number one fan' Annie Wilkes (Kathy Bates), who adores Misery and has even named her pig after her. As she nurses him back to health at her remote dwelling, he realises she is not just going to let him go. In 'The Dark Half' (1991), novelist Thad Beaumont (Timothy Hutton) makes a healthy living writing pulp thrillers under the pseudonym George Stark, but is frustrated that his more literary endeavours continue to go unnoticed. Eventually he decides to dump Stark for good, but as soon as he does so, his friends and colleagues start to get picked off in grisly murder scenarios. Then, when the police discover Thad's fingerprints all over the crime scenes, the novelist realises that he has a dark side to his personality which is not going to be laid to rest easily. In 'Carrie' (1976), Carrie (Sissy Spacek) is a gawky, unloved teenager whose awakening sexuality is at odds with her puritanical mother's fanatical teachings. Physically abused at home and shunned at school, an unexpected Prom invitation seems to be Carrie's first chance at happiness. But when the Prom night ends in a vicious practical joke, Carrie's despair manifests itself in a fiery telekinetic revenge.
A woman and her sons move to a coastal California town full of teen-age vampire punks.
James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe star in this sci-fi horror based on the contemporary adaptations of the 1818 novel by Mary Shelley. Told from the perspective of Igor Strausman (Radcliffe), young apprentice of the brilliant but troubled scientist Victor Frankenstein (McAvoy), the story follows the journey the pair take as they embark on one of the greatest scientific experiments ever known: creating life out of death.
Vincent Price stars in this classic Roger Corman horror, the first of Corman's eight Poe adaptations. When the last member of the Usher family inadvertently buries his cataleptic sister alive, she rises from the grave to wreak an awful revenge.
Classic Hammer horror starring Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing. Jonathan Harker (John Van Eyssen) journeys to Castle Dracula, where he is turned into one of the undead by the famous vampire (Lee). Professor Van Helsing (Cushing) arrives and drives a stake through Harker's heart, but must then pursue Dracula to London, where the Count intends to make Harker's fiancée Lucy Holmwood his bride. Lee and Cushing went on to make several more 'Dracula' films for Hammer.
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