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Cult slasher. Ten years after a young boy accidentally shoots his mother dead, he turns up with his friends for a holiday at the family beach house and is surprised to discover his father's collection of unusual weapons. He is even more surprised when his friends start to disappear, each of them, one by one, meeting a bizarre and gory death...
Once upon a time in a castle high on a hill lived an inventor whose greatest creation was named Edward. Although Edward had an irresistible charm, he wasn't quite perfect. The inventors sudden death left him unfinished, with sharp spears of metal hands.
Edward lived alone in the darkness until one day a kind Avon lady took him home to live with her family. And so began Edward's fantastical adventures in a pastel paradise known as Suburbia.
From Tim Burton comes an unforgettable fairy tale starring Johnny Depp, Winona Ryder, Dianne Wiest and Vincent Price as the inventor.
Atmospheric thriller set in the French countryside. Two British nurses, Jane (Pamela Franklin) and Cathy (Michele Dotrice), take a cycling holiday through France, but end up quarrelling and taking separate routes. Racked with guilt, the more responsible of the two decides to return to the lonely stretch of road where they last saw each other. When there's no sign of her friend, she begins an increasingly desperate search for answers among the reluctant, elusive locals. With darkness falling, her fears for her friend, combined with a growing feeling of menace, threaten to overwhelm her.
William Brent Bell directs this low-budget documentary-style indie horror. Fernanda Andrade stars as Isabella Rossi, a young Italian woman who sets out to uncover the truth behind the accusation that her clinically insane mother was responsible for the brutal murders of three people. With a film crew in tow, Isabella becomes involved in a series of unauthorised exorcisms as she attempts to find the truth behind the allegations.
Horror following a young couple whose search for a missing relative turns into a fight for survival. When Tricia (Katie Keene)'s uncle Vern (Ezra Buzzington) disappears while ghost hunting in the desert, she and her boyfriend Jeff (John Shartzer) go to look for him. They manage to locate him but soon realise that their lives are in danger...
Gordon Hessler directs this 1960s British horror starring Georgina Cookson, Gary Merrill, Jane Merrow and Neil McCallum. The wealthy Ellen Garth (Cookson) is infatuated with her husband Raymond (Merill). Unfortunately for Ellen, Raymond is only interested in her money and his eye soon roams towards her niece Alice (Merrow), with whom he enjoys a passionate affair. When Ellen finds out about his infidelity Raymond decides that the best way to free himself is to plot his wife's murder. He finds an ally in unscrupulous lawyer Richard Corbett (McCallum), but will getting the better of Ellen be less simple than the men imagine?
Dieter Lasser stars in this twisted biological horror. Demented surgeon Dr Heiter, a former specialist in separating Siamese twins, plans to bring to life his sick lifetime fantasy of creating a 'human centipede' by joining several human beings together surgically. When two pretty young American tourists get a flat tyre while on a road trip across rural Germany, they end up alone in the woods at night and find shelter in a nearby isolated house. When they are invited in by owner Dr Heiter, the girls discover, to their horror, that they are about to become a lot closer to each other than they ever wanted to be.
Music video director Samuel Bayer helms this remake of Wes Craven's 1980s slasher horror classic. A group of suburban teenagers - Nancy (Rooney Mara), Quentin (Kyle Gallner), Jesse (Thomas Dekker) and Alan (Clancy Brown) - all attended the same nursery school when they were toddlers. Several of them were molested by the nursery's janitor, Fred Krueger (Jackie Earle Haley), who was subsequently burned to death in a fire by their enraged parents. Now the horribly disfigured, razor-fingered Freddie is out to wreak his revenge upon the teenagers by slicing them up in their dreams. As long as they are able to awake, they can protect one another - but as soon as they succumb to sleep, there can be no escape.
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.
Horror sequel written and directed by James Wan. Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga reprise their roles as demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren, who are called in to investigate a series of unsettling events at a home in Enfield, London. The pair come to the aid of single mother Peggy Hodgson (Frances O'Connor), after she claims her two daughters are being tormented by an evil spirit. Not long after moving in to the house, the Warrens begin to experience some terrifying phenomena of their own, with the demonic entity seemingly intent on forcing them out. Plagued by hideous visions, physical attacks and even possession, the couple become embroiled in a deadly fight to survive as they attempt to conclude their investigation.
Danish horror co-written and directed by Ali Abbasi. Louise (Ellen Dorrit Petersen), a wealthy Danish woman living in an isolated forest cabin with her husband, takes on Romanian Elena (Cosmina Stratan) to be their new maid. When Louise finds out Elena is secretly sending money home to her poor family, she offers to help solve her financial issues, but only if she agrees to become a surrogate mother for the couple. However, after agreeing to the proposition, Elena's pregnancy is beset by problems as an evil force begins to take hold of her.
Horror written and directed by Jason Williams Lee. The film follows a group of school friends as they gather for a fun weekend of partying on a remote island off the coast of Washington. The good times quickly turn into a nightmare however, as all but one of the group fall victim to the malicious plan of a terrorist organisation when they unwittingly take a bio-active drug that transforms them into savage cannibals. Trapped on the island and with nowhere to run, Brie Armstrong (Debs Howard) must fight to stay alive as the drug takes hold of her friends, who begin to viciously attack each other.
The first five films in the sci-fi horror franchise.
Tremors 2 - Aftershocks (1995)
Tremors 3 - Back to Perfection (2001)
Tremors 4 - The Legend Begins (2004)
Tremors 5 - Bloodlines (2015)
Director's cut of the 2003 remake of Tobe Hooper's 1974 classic horror film, based on the exploits of Wisconsin murderer Ed Gein. Whilst on a road-trip through Texas, a group of teenagers pick up a hitchhiker on her way to score some dope in Mexico. The kids decide to go with her but on their way through a small town in Travis County they come across another girl covered in blood and seemingly traumatised by some horrific event. The teenagers soon find themselves inadvertently involved with a family of murderous cannibals and chased by Leatherface (Andrew Bryniarski), a chainsaw wielding madman.
Horror starring Keanu Reeves as John Constantine, a man who was born with a gift he didn't want - the ability to clearly recognise the half-breed angels and demons that walk the earth in human skin. Constantine was driven to take his own life to escape the tormenting clarity of his vision, but he failed. Resuscitated against his will, he found himself cast back into the land of the living. Now, marked as an attempted suicide with a temporary lease on life, he patrols the earthly border between heaven and hell, hoping in vain to earn his way to salvation by sending the devil's foot soldiers back to the depths. But Constantine is no saint. Disillusioned by the world around him and at odds with the one beyond, he's a hard-drinking, hard-living bitter hero who scorns the very idea of heroism. When a desperate but skeptical police detective (Rachel Weisz) enlists his help in solving the mysterious death of her beloved twin sister (also played by Weisz), their investigation takes them through the world of demons and angels that exists just beneath the landscape of contemporary Los Angeles. Caught in a catastrophic series of otherworldly events, the two become inextricably involved and seek to find their own peace at whatever cost.
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.
Double bill of made-for-TV horror features adapted from novels. 'The Ferryman' (1974) is based on a story by Kingsley Amis and follows the young writer, Sheridan Owen (Jeremy Brett), as he heads to a country house to relax. However, a series of unusual events eventually cause the author to fear that he is trapped in the plot of his own horror novel. 'Haunted' (1974), based on the story by Elizabeth Taylor, follows an Edwardian governess, Florence Chasty (Lynne Miller), who is employed to take charge of Hilary Wilson (Matthew Pollock). Florence suffers from a series of terrifying visions while caring for Hilary and comes to believe that his family's house is haunted.
Italian horror maestro Dario Argento's tale begins at a grim séance which ends in blind panic as a voice, possessed by evil, proclaims there is a murderer present. Terrified, a young girl (Asia Argento) watches as her parents flee from the scene. The next time she sees them they are dead - their headless corpses identifying them as the latest victims of a serial killer. Convinced she will be the next victim, the girl pleads with a friend to help her unmask the murderer.
Hammer Horror starring Ingrid Pitt in her defining role as the Hungarian Countess Elizabeth Bathory - who is reported to have murdered over 600 young girls. Bathory discovers that bathing in the blood of virgins keeps her looking youthful and arranges for the kidnapping of her own daughter, Ilona (Lesley-Anne Down), in order to use her blood. She takes on Ilona's identity and seduces a young man but the supply of blood needs constant topping up otherwise Bathory will age vigorously.
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.
Prolific director John Carpenter takes on the vampire genre in his action-horror film VAMPIRES. Bitter, tough-as-nails vampire hunter Jack Crow (James Woods) leads a specialized team, funded by no less than the Vatican, that is dedicated to destroying the race of vampires that inhabit the earth. The team is successful, and becomes lazy in its success, eventually falling victim to an elaborate ambush set up by a powerful master vampire. Crow and two others of his team are the only survivors, and are determined to get revenge for the massacre. Carpenter takes the genre to new heights with powerful action scenes, nifty vampire-killing weapons and great special effects. James Woods is wonderfully over the top as the head vampire hunter who has no love for the Vatican and a mysterious past that is never far behind him. VAMPIRES is based on the book by John Steakley, adapted for the screen by Don Jakoby. The score is creepy and powerful, a typical characteristic for a Carpenter film.
Irena (Nastassja Kinski) is a beautiful young woman who shares a terrifying secret with her brother (Malcolm McDowell) - when sexually aroused she transforms into a panther. When Irena falls in love for the first time, her secret threatens the relationship. Can she bring herself to tell her new-found love that she is one of the Cat People?
American horror from director Marcus Nispel. A group of teenage friends decide to hold a party at an abandoned asylum and end up inadvertently releasing an evil demon that begins to possess them one by one. They attempt to perform an exorcism without much success. Will they make it out alive? The cast includes Brett Dier, Brittany Curran, Gage Golightly and Kelly Blatz.
Box set containing all four 'Critters' titles. In 'Critters' (1986), eight hungry aliens have escaped from a prison planet and land near a small town in Kansas. They take over the Brown household, eat the goldfish and then go after the human occupants. Outer space bounty hunters arrive on Earth to subdue the critters. 'Critters 2' (1988) is set two years after the first set of 'critters' wrought havoc in a small Kansas town. Now another batch are hatching. In 'Critters 3' (1991), the flesh-eating critters are back, moving up in the world by way of the elevator shaft in an apartment building. As usual they're hungry and the tenants are on the menu. Finally, in 'Critters 4' (1991), the critters have almost all been cleared off the planet Earth. Only two critter eggs remain and these have been ordered to be blasted off into space by the Intergalactic Council. But the pod carrying them is unwittingly picked up by a space salvage crew.
Jim McCullough Sr. writes and directs this American horror starring Bill Thurman and Anna Chappell. After being freed from incarceration, Evelyn (Chappell) moves back into the Mountaintop Motel which she ran before succumbing to her illness. One night, she catches her daughter worshipping the Devil and viciously murders her. Keeping the motel open, Evelyn's next guests, a group of tourists, fall prey to the lunatic owner as she begins to be taken over by psychotic episodes once again...
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