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Charles B. Pierce directs this American slasher horror. Eight months after the end of the Second World War, the small town of Texarkana, Arkansas is terrorised by a serial killer known only as The Phantom (Bud Davis). When a series of young couples are murdered in lovers' lanes around Texarkana, famed criminal investigator Captain J.D. Morales (Ben Johnson) is brought in to find the killer while the town descends into a frenzied panic. But will the town's forces be able to catch the elusive murderer?
The old bat researcher, professor abronsius and his assistant, alfred, go to a remote transylvanian village looking for vampires.
Tom Six directs this biological horror sequel in which car park attendant Martin (Laurence R. Harvey) is inspired by the experiments of the deranged Dr. Heiter from the first film. While on nightshift at work, Martin, a mentally disturbed victim of abuse, watches 'The Human Centipede - First Sequence' (2009), a movie which he obsesses over. He decides to create his own human centipede and lures victims to a warehouse where he carries out botched surgery jobs to make his own grotesque creature.
Australian zombie horror. Following a meteor shower a vast number of the population turn into flesh-eating zombies. When his wife and daughter succumb to the apocalypse, mechanic Barry (Jay Gallagher) makes his way across the outback to rescue his sister Brooke (Bianca Bradey), though he is unaware she has been kidnapped by an experimental scientist known as The Doc (Berryn Schwerdt). Along the way Barry meets fellow survivor Benny (Leon Burchill) and the two team up as they battle their way through hordes of zombies.
A collection of five Hammer horror films from the 1960s. In 'The Nanny' (1965), a nanny (Bette Davis) is hired to look after a ten-year-old who has just returned from a mental institution. The boy's mother has just been poisoned and he believes the nanny is to blame. When his aunt arrives and hears the boy's accusations she sides with the nanny, claiming the boy is making it all up. 'Dracula: Prince of Darkness' (1965) is the sequel to the 1958 film 'Dracula'. Four English tourists are holidaying in the Carpathians when they meet the unconventional Father Sandor (Andrew Keir) at an inn. He warns them to avoid the local castle if they value their lives, but the next day the quartet find themselves stranded in the mountains after their driver abandons them. When a driverless carriage arrives they board it, intending to travel to the nearest village. However, the carriage instead takes them to the very castle which Sandor warned them against, where they are welcomed by Klove (Philip Latham), sinister manservant of Count Dracula (Christopher Lee). 'Quatermass and the Pit' (1967) is the Hammer version of the popular TV series. When prehistoric skulls and the remains of an alien spaceship are discovered in the bowels of London's Underground during an excavation, a weird and powerful force is unleashed, and Professor Quatermass (Keir) is called in to investigate. 'Frankenstein Created Woman' is the sequel to the 1964 film 'Evil of Frankenstein'. The Baron (Peter Cushing) has taken up residence with well-meaning inebriate Doctor Hertz (Thorley Walters). When Hertz successfully revives Frankenstein after freezing his body, the latter deduces that the human spirit does not leave the body after death, and can therefore be transmuted into another form. He gets the chance to prove his theory when his young assistant, Hans, is hanged for a murder he did not commit, and Hans' disfigured lover, Christina, commits suicide in despair. After performing cosmetic surgery on Christina, the two scientists successfully transfer Hans's spirit into her body. However, Hans now sets out to take revenge on those responsible for his death. Finally, in 'The Devil Rides Out' (1967), the Duc de Richleau (Lee) is concerned by the disappearance of his young friend Simon (Patrick Mower) from the social scene. Accompanied by former army colleague Rex (Leon Greene), de Richleau discovers that Simon has joined a group of Devil worshippers, led by the evil Mocata (Charles Gray). Through de Richleau's attempts to wrest Simon from Mocata's influence, Rex becomes romantically involved with Tanith, another member of the cult.
Travis (Corey Haim) and his mother Nora (Barbara Williams) find and befriend a super-intelligent dog and later discover that it was produced through genetic manipulation in a top secret government research laboratory. Trouble is, the dog is being hunted down by another genetically-modified creature and, far from being man's best friend, this one has been bred to be the ultimate killing machine.
On their way home from a high school football game, five teenage girls become hopelessly lost. When they stop to get directions, the girls are involved in a minor accident with another vehicle. Inexperienced and frightened, the girls flee the scene and speed away down the dark and unfamiliar roads. As they blindly make their way across an area the locals call THE EYES, the girls are suddenly shocked to see a lone headlight appear behind them.
As the driver of the damaged car begins one terrifying assault after another the five girls will lose their innocence and possibly their lives in this brutal and shocking thrill ride.
The first five films in the comedy horror series. In 'Leprechaun' (1993), J.D. Reding (John Sanderford) and her daughter Tory (Jennifer Aniston) take a break at a summer house which is unfortunately located on the site of an evil leprechaun's (Warwick Davis) stolen gold, and he will stop at nothing to get it back. J.D., Tory and local boys Nathan (Ken Olandt), Alex (Robert Hy Gorman) and Ozzie (Mark Holton) team up to prevent the leprechaun's trail of magic and murder as he tries to drive them away from his treasure. In 'Leprechaun 2' (1994), the nasty little Irishman returns on his 1000th birthday. He gets to choose a bride by making her sneeze three times. Unfortunately the bride he chooses turns out to be the daughter of his slave. In 'Leprechaun 3' (1995), when college student Scott (John Gatins) gives a beautiful magician's assistant a lift to Las Vegas, he can't resist stopping off at a casino. Pretty soon he's lost all of his money and, in order to win it back, decides to pawn his Rolex watch. While at the pawn shop, he finds one of the leprechaun's (Davis) gold shillings and is granted a wish. Thanks to the lucky coin, Scott goes on a winning streak, but the leprechaun has realised his coin has gone missing and is willing to kill to get it back. In 'Leprechaun 4' (1996), in his quest to rule the universe, the leprechaun (Davis) takes to outer space, where he kidnaps an alien princess and plans to marry her. However, when a platoon of space marines are sent to rescue the princess, the leprechaun discovers a sinister half-human, half-computer doctor who wants to use the princess's DNA to restore his body to its former self. Soon the scene is set for a showdown between the leprechaun, the marines, and a gigantic blood-sucking monster, while their spaceship's timer is counting down to self-destruction. Finally, in 'Leprechaun 5' (2000), three young rap artists are in need of money to go to Las Vegas and enter a contest. But when they get caught up in stealing a medallion from a statue, it transforms into the leprechaun (Davis), who goes on a killing spree looking for his missing gold.
Zombie horror movie directed by George A. Romero. Film student Jason (Joshua Close) and his crew are shooting a mummy movie in the Pennsylvania woods when news reports begin pouring in about the dead rising from their graves. Cast member Ridley (Phillip Riccio) reacts to the news by abandoning the group and retreating to his family's fortified mansion halfway across the state, while the remaining cast and crew are forced to fight for their lives despite having no weapons and only an old Winnebago in which to seek shelter. The group soon realise that there is no escape from the plague of the living dead.
Marlene Clark and Duane Jones star in this black horror written and directed by Bill Gunn. While on a dig in the ancient land of Myrthia, archaeologist Dr. Hess Green (Jones) is stabbed by his assistant George Meda (Gunn) who then turns the knife on himself. Waking the next morning to find George dead but his own wounds miraculously healed, Hess suddenly finds himself with an insatiable thirst for blood. When Hess meets the widow of his attacker, Ganja Meda (Clark), the pair fall in love and plan to start a new life together. Will Ganja ever find out the truth about her new husband?
In this 1960s British horror, a crazed plastic surgeon takes refuge with a circus after disfiguring a patient. He reconstructs the faces of women who become part of the sideshow's `Temple of Beauty' - but things prove very nasty for those who try to leave. Anton Diffring, Erika Remberg and Yvonne Monlaur star.
Sequel to slasher horror 'See No Evil' (2006). At seven feet tall and 400 pounds with a steel skull and fingernails that make Marilyn Manson look like a public schoolboy, Jacob Goodnight (played by WWE star Kane aka Glenn Jacobs) is not a man you'd want to get into it with. However, when a group of friends visit the city morgue at night to celebrate a birthday, they are confronted with this terrifing psychopath who rises from beneath the surface to terrorise the group. Their night of partying and celebration descends into carnage as they try to escape the mass murderer sadistically pursuing them with all his of armoury, complete with hooks, knives and saws.
Vampire horror in which a group of people are caught in the middle of two warring vampires. Back in the 19th century in the Wild West, a cowboy was attacked by a vampiress. Now, a hundred years later, a couple of campers, whose fellow traveller has been brutally killed in the woods, hide out with a family staying at a remote farmhouse. It appears the vampire cowboy is lurking in the darkness and, to make matters worse, his maker, with whom he has unfinished business, has returned...
An update of Don Siegel's 1956 horror classic, set in the paranoid 1970s. Alien spores land on Earth and slowly start taking over the people of America when they are asleep. The plants take over the bodies and souls of their victims so that no-one can tell who has been corrupted and who has not. Donald Sutherland takes on the role played originally by Kevin McCarthy, who appears in a cameo.
Rupert Evans and Antonia Campbell-Hughes star in this British horror written and directed by Ivan Kavanagh. Film archivist David (Evans) is convinced that his wife Alice (Hannah Hoekstra) is having an affair with her colleague Alex (Carl Shaaban) and is determined to prove his theory. When David gets given a reel of film to be archived he is shocked and disturbed to discover that his house was the scene of a brutal murder in 1902. As David grows even more suspicious of his wife's activities he follows her to a nearby canal where he catches her in the act with Alex. After Alice goes missing David becomes the police's prime suspect in her disappearance. While he tries to clear his name and, at the same time, find his wife, David becomes obsessed with the murder that took place in his home a century before. Could there be a connection?
Peter Graham Scott directs this 1960s British horror starring Peter Cushing, Oliver Reed and Yvonne Romain. Set in the 18th century, the film finds Captain Collier (Patrick Allen) and his crew posted to the English coastal town Dymchurch to investigate smuggling activities. They are quickly made aware of the ghosts that supposedly haunt the area at night, but Collier suspects the local vicar (Cushing) may be protecting a secret, too. Can he unravel the mystery?
Everyone's favorite mad scientist herbert west is currently in jail after having state's evidence turned against him by his former assistant
The Wyrick family find themselves beset by malevolent ghosts in this tale of supernatural horror from director Tom Elkins. Andy (Chad Michael Murray) and his wife Lisa (Abigail Spencer) are over the moon when they find what seems to be the ideal location to bring up their young daughter Heidi (Emily Alyn Lind) - an old house situated deep in the woods of rural Georgia that used to be a staging post for escaping slaves on the underground railway. But soon after the move, as Heidi begins to witness a number of disturbing supernatural events, the ghostly spirits of the house's past return to unleash terror on the present owners.
Korean comedy horror. The popular tourist resort of Semeri turns into a gruesome bloodbath when a mountain-dwelling wild boar with an unquenchable appetite for human flesh comes to town.
New Zealand-born Ellory Elkayem's EIGHT LEGGED FREAKS is a ridiculously irreverent romp that pays homage to American b-movies of the 1950s. Set in the nearly bankrupt mining town of Prosperity, Arizona, the film opens with the timely return of Chris McCormack (David Arquette). On the outskirts of town, a spider-loving eccentric discovers that water from a nearby river has a steroid-like effect on his tiny creatures. Unfortunately, that's because it has been contaminated by a toxic substance. It isn't long before the now-monstrous spiders are terrorizing Prosperity's townspeople. Taking refuge in the Prosperity Mall, Chris and his fellow cohorts--the beautiful Sheriff Sam Parker (Kari Wuhrer), her kids Mike (Scott Terra) and Ashley (Scarlett Johansson), Deputy Pete (Rick Overton), and paranoid radio DJ Harlan (Doug E. Doug)--search for a way to destroy the gigantic monsters before they are destroyed. Handpicked by producers Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich, writer-director Elkayem rises to the challenge. He successfully retains the lighthearted, low-budget feel of similar-toned 1950s classics (TARANTULA, THEM!) and merges it with a modern, big-budget aesthetic, to create an outrageously fresh contribution to the "mutant bug" genre.
Sci-fi horror anthology featuring nine short films. In 'Wraparound', a man wakes up in a cryogenic pod to find it malfunctioning and his life support systems quickly running out. 'Eden', set in a dystopian future, follows two warring factions as they fight for control of the United States. In 'Iris', a man seeks help from his smartphone as he attempts to bury a dead body in the woods. 'Flesh Computer' follows the janitor of a run-down apartment complex as he attempts to repair a computer made up of both electrical and biological parts. In 'Pathos', mankind is forced to live underground where only the rich can afford to survive. In 'Eveless', two men living in a world without women attempt to create one with only the limited resources they can gather. 'They Will All Die in Space' follows two men who wake up an engineer from cryostasis in the hope he can repair their ship. In 'Entity', an astronaut stranded in deep space faces a fight to survive after coming across a mysterious being. Finally, in 'Kingz', two drug dealers come into contact with an alien while delivering a batch of cocaine to a nightclub.
A big screen version of the popular computer game. A virus has been sealed in an underground research centre, the Hive, and Alice (Milla Jovovich) and Rain (Michelle Rodriguez) are sent in with a team of commandos to destroy it. However, they have not counted on the fact that all the employees who were trapped in the Hive with the virus, and thought to be dead, have been turned into the living dead and one scratch from them can cause the recipient to become like them...
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