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Hammer Studios' imaginative twist on the classic Robert Louis Stevenson novel. In Victorian London, Dr Jekyll (Ralph Bates) experiments to discover an elixir of life. After mixing up the hormones he has taken from dead bodies, Jekyll is transformed into a beautiful but murderous female (Martine Beswick).
Special Agent Strahm is dead and Detective Hoffman 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.
Slasher horror starring Thora Birch. When an American college athletics team travels to Russia to take part in a wrestling contest, some members of the group get left behind after a night of partying in a town along the way. Boarding a train in the hope of catching up with their teammates, they soon find themselves in a desperate fight for survival as they become the unwitting victims of an evil group of crazed organ-harvesting scientists.
Gory sequel to the Norwegian zombie horror 'Dead Snow' (2009). When Martin (Vegar Hoel) wakes up in a hospital, having escaped the pursuit of Nazi Colonel Herzog (Ørjan Gamst), he tries to convince the police that he was not responsible for the brutal murders of his friends. But his Nazi zombie explanation is laughed off by the investigators, forcing him to escape and go on the run from the authorities. Things get worse for Martin when he learns of the fascist's plan to carry out Hitler's unfinished orders and wipeout an entire Norwegian town in retaliation for their non-support of the regime. Martin gains new allies and together they form the Zombie Squad, tasked with devising a plan to take on the Nazi zombie troops in what they hope will be their final encounter.
Thriller starring Ashley Greene as Summer, a young woman who sets off on a journey to find her father after discovering the man she's been living with isn't her biological father. Summer hitchhikes and is picked up by Tom Hoxey (Peter Mooney), who takes her back to his family's house for the night. However, Summer is informed the next morning by Tom that he has no intention of letting her leave the house. Held prisoner in the deranged family's basement, Summer must attempt to form a close relationship with Tom in order to survive.
A riverboat safari turns into a battle for survival in this tense horror from 'Wolf Creek' director Greg McLean. After signing up for a wildlife cruise in the rugged outbacks of Northern Australia, seen-it-all-before travel writer Pete McKell (Michael Vartan) soon finds himself on the menu when the boat he and his companions are travelling in is sunk by a 25-foot, maneating crocodile. Marooned on a small mud island with the tide rising, McKell, along with hard-bitten skipper Kate Ryan (Radha Mitchell), now faces a race against time to come up with a plan to prevent the tour party becoming just another entree.
Horror sequel based on the best-selling computer game. In the second instalment of the franchise, Rick Yune stars as private investigator Edward Carnby, a detective who specialises in supernatural phenomena. When the evil witch Elisabeth Dexter (Allison Lange) announces her arrival to the world, P.I. Carnby enlists the help of a specialist team of witch hunters to track her down.
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.
Horror set in a world where the human race is on the verge of extinction after the world's fuel reserves have almost entirely depleted. In an attempt to control the rising human population, an organisation known as The Corporation manufactures a lethal drug. Unfortunately, the drug doesn't work as intended and instead transforms humans into primitive ape-like creatures known as Biosyns. The Biosyns are virtually blind and rely on their sense of hearing and smell to survive. Max (Ray Bullock Jr.) is a young man who lives on his own in the wilderness. He spends most of his days fighting the Biosyns in order to preserve his own existence. The Corporation views Max as a serious threat to the world it's created and sends a group of genetically-engineered soldiers known as Trackers to kill him and eliminate the Biosyns.
Both Gremlins adventures are collected on this double bill. In the first film an eccentric inventor brings an unusual Christmas gift home for his son Billy (Zach Galligan): a cute, real life teddy bear called Mogwai, obtained from a Chinese trinket store. Upon purchase, the shopowner offers two strict warnings: don't let Mogwai come into contact with water; and don't feed him after midnight. Inevitably, both these stipulations are ignored, and the cuddly creature begins to spawn some distinctly unruly offspring. In the sequel, Zach Galligan, Phoebe Cates and Gizmo return (the loveable Mogwai who spawns nasty Gremlins when wet), but this time Gizmo is in danger of dissection by a fiendish doctor (Christopher Lee). On his escape, he gets a dousing and before long the uncontrollable Gremlins (this time in mutated form) are back and wreaking havoc.
Bobby Roe directs, co-writes and stars in this documentary-style horror. In search of Halloween's best haunted houses five friends head out on a cross-country road trip across America, beginning their search in Tyler, Texas. There, they learn of the extreme underground haunt called Blue Skeleton and head to New Orleans to find it. But along their journey, the group are still haunted by members of the first house and soon discover the dark underside of the haunted attractions...
Due to a disturbing incident in his childhood, Severin (Régis Vallée) is only able to achieve sexual satisfaction when dominated by a cruel, cold Venus. He finds the perfect manifestation of this figure in the beautiful Wanda (Laura Antonelli) and together they embark upon a naked, fur-wrapped experiment in willful submission.
Donald Pleasance stars as the notorious Dr Hawley Harvey Crippen, the monstrous Edwardian murderer eventually hung for killing his wife.
George A. Romero's low-budget horror classic. One quiet morning, Barbara (Judith O'Dea) and Johnny's (Russell Streiner) visit to their father's grave is interrupted when Johnny is killed by a flesh-eating stranger. Barbara escapes to a nearby farmhouse, meets up with a few other desperate individuals, and prepares to do battle with the zombies who gather outside.
French festive-themed horror tale with a decidedly unholy subtext. A young tearaway has had a hard Christmas Eve on the tiles in Paris with a gang of punky friends and decides to returns home to the country, with her pals in tow, in the wee hours. Her dad runs an estate and the shepherd there, Joseph, whose wife is with child, invites the group in. They soon wish they'd shared a hostel room in the city.
Eli Roth's low-budget comedy-horror. Fresh out of college, Jeff, Karen, Paul, Marcy and Bert head up to a remote cabin for a weekend of alcohol-drenched sex and sunbathing. However, they are joined by an unwelcomed visitor, a tramp with a nasty skin virus. The friends decide to try and get rid of him and when he does eventually stumble away he falls into the local stream and contaminates the water. Having to use the water, the friends soon find themselves contaminated and discover that each one of them will stop at nothing to survive...
Classic from the Hammer House of Horror; An Egyptian princess' tomb is disturbed by a group of archeologists in Egypt and her spirit escapes. The archeologists, led by Professor Julian Fuchs (Andrew Keir), begin to die one by one as Fuchs' own daughter (Valerie Leon) becomes possessed by the mummy's spirit. Michael Carreras took over directing chores when Seth Holt died during filming.
Everyone's favourite blood-sucker is back in this sequel to 'Taste the Blood of Dracula' (1969). After a philandering young artist goes missing, his brother Simon (Dennis Waterman) and girlfriend Sarah (Jenny Hanley) discover that he was last seen heading for Castle Dracula. When they investigate they are greeted by the Count (Christopher Lee) and made welcome for the night. However, Dracula's manservant, Klove (Patrick Troughton), warns Peter to get Sarah away from his master before something terrible happens to her.
Excommunicated priest turned Satanist Michael Rayner (Christopher Lee) places a young girl under his spell, hoping that she will bear a child that will be the offspring of Satan. Occult novelist John Verney (Richard Widmark), with the help of an ancient manuscript, attempts to intervene and undo the spell.
One humdrum evening, Grant hits the local bar where he bumps into an old friend, Brenda.
Abandoning their drinks for a moonlight stroll, the pair discovers the remains of what appears to be a meteor and a trail of glistening, noxious ooze leading to a pulsating, unidentifiable mass.
Suddenly, the glob comes to life and overtakes Grant, penetrating his body with a pustule-covered tentacle.
Spanish horror star takes on the role of Dracula in this tale of four young women who seek refuge in a castle on a rainy night, only to find themselves in the lair of the vampire king. The great beauty of one of the women leads him to take her as his mate, using the other three as servants to acquire blood for them.
Gruesome horror set on the London Underground. Unable to find a taxi, Kate (Franka Potente) heads for the Underground and waits for the last train. She falls asleep and when she wakes, everyone has gone. She panics until another train pulls in. She gets on the train, unnerved that she's the only passenger but relieved to be on her way. Halfway through the tunnel the train jerks to a violent halt. The lights shut off and the train is plunged into darkness. Kate is trapped, in the dark and she is not alone.
This avant-garde adaptation of Mark Godden's 'Dracula' ballet, based on the novel by Bram Stoker as well as early film versions such as Murnau's 'Nosferatu', is a collaboration between Canadian film director Guy Maddin and the Winnipeg National Ballet. Filmed in Maddin's trademark crimson-tinted black and white, and largely silent apart from its dramatic Mahler soundtrack, the film was originally produced for Canadian television, but went on to be screened at several international film festivals.
Psychological/supernatural chiller from first time director Nick Murphy. In the aftermath of WWI, and still haunted by the death of her fiance, sceptic Florence Cathcart (Rebecca Hall) sets out to debunk the many supernatural claims sweeping the country using rational and scientific means. When she's called on to investigate ghostly apparitions at a boys' boarding school, Florence's findings soon cause her to suspect a prank. But as she is about to leave, a chilling encounter causes her to question both her scepticism and her beliefs, and she soon finds herself aided by concerned schoolmaster Robert Mallory (Dominic West) as she attempts to solve the mysterious sightings.
US horror co-written and directed by Charles Band. Young American artist Catherine (Sherilyn Fenn) inherits an ancestral castle in Italy and goes there to take up residence after the death of her father. A series of supernatural events unfold when she invites a troupe of travelling players to dine at the castle to unlock the secrets of the past and lift the curse from her home.
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