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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...
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?
Box set containing two classic horror movies. In 'Village of the Damned' (1960), the sudden and temporary paralysis of a small English hamlet, which is followed by the town's women becoming mysteriously pregnant. The spawn of this occurrence are a dozen eerie, blonde-haired children, who are either gifted, evil, or 'the world's new people'. In 'Children of the Damned' (1963), scientists discover that there are five children who each have enormous intelligence. The children are flown to London to be studied, but they escape the laboratory and gather in a church.
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?
An island off the Oregon coast is the setting for this salty yarn of ghosts, lepers, betrayal, vengeance, and teen angst. A fog-enshrouded schooner from 1865 returns from the bottom of the sea to wreak vengeance on the locals of the island, and it's up to local DJ Stevie Wayne (Selma Blair), her charter-boat-captain lover, Nick (Tom Welling, from TV's SMALLVILLE), and his wayward girlfriend, Elizabeth (Maggie Grace, from TV's LOST), to save the day. All three are related to the town's founding fathers, with whom the shipbound ghosts have an ancient score to settle. What that score is no one seems to know, but they need to find out, fast. DeRay Davis (BARBERSHOP) provides comic relief as Nick's lusty first mate, but the real scene stealer here is the fog itself, which is much more animated than in the 1980 John Carpenter original. Thanks to some nice CGI work, it slithers in, around, and under everything. Though gussied up with an angst-rock soundtrack and beautiful young TV actors, THE FOG is, at heart, a good old fashioned ghost story, replete with period costumes and inter-dimensional romance. Director Rupert Wainwright (STIGMATA) is good at capturing little details like the eerie tinkling of deep-sea fishing hooks hung out to dry, the textures of moisture-beaded shower stall doors, and the perfectly toned skin of lead actress Grace as she wanders around in her negligee. John Carpenter and his partner, Debra Hill--co-creators of the first FOG--served as producers.
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...
Double bill of two classic adaptations of Robert Louis Stevenson's novel 'The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde', in which a scientist investigates the nature of good and evil. The first, made in 1932, stars Frederic March, who won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role as both the cultured man and the neanderthal. The second version was made in 1941, with Spencer Tracy in the lead role, and a strong supporting cast that included Ingrid Bergman and Lana Turner.
Kate Hudson stars in this horror, set in New Orleans. Caroline (Hudson) is a care worker who moves in with terminally ill Ben (John Hurt) to look after him. Suspicious of his emotionally cold wife Violet (Gena Rowlands), and able to sense a strange atmosphere in the house, Caroline gets hold of a skeleton key that allows her access to the house's many locked rooms. In the attic she finds a room decked out with the grotesque remains of a voodoo ritual, although Violet claims not to have known of its existence. As Ben suffered his stroke shortly after discovering the room himself, Caroline is determined to find the secret to the sinister house, and its dark history as a centre of occult worship.
An alternative cut of the cult horror classic, featuring previously undiscovered footage, in which devout Christian policeman Sergeant Howie (Edward Woodward) finds himself summoned to a remote Scottish island to investigate the disappearance of a child. On arrival, Howie finds himself increasingly isolated and humiliated by the actions of the island's community, who belong to a bizarre pagan cult led by the charming Lord Summerisle (Christopher Lee). As preparations for a sinister ritual celebration reach fever pitch, Howie, whilst trying to fend off the advances of the local landlord's daughter Willow (Britt Ekland), begins to suspect what role the islanders intend him to play.
Three office workers find themselves trapped by a sadistic psychopath in this horror from director David Brooks. Offering a ride home to his co-worker and love interest, Emily (Alice Eve), after their late night Christmas party, David (Brian Geraghty) feels obliged to help out when another employee, Corey (Josh Peck), asks for a lift to the nearest cash dispenser. But after entering the stand-alone unit, the three soon realise that they are being watched by a threatening hooded figure lurking in the car park. Trapped inside the booth, with their phones left in the car and panic setting in, they are horrified when the figure savagely murders a passing dog walker, setting in motion a terrifying game of cat and mouse.
Low budget sci-fi horror. When part of an abandoned Russian space station plummets to Earth and crashes into the New York City subway, its cargo of mutant killer spiders is unleased on an unsuspecting public. As the city struggles to fight back, it falls to transit supervisor Jason Cole (Patrick Muldoon) to save his daughter Emily (Sydney Sweeney) and stop the monstrous queen spider from creating an army of all-devouring arachnids.
The seventh outing in the classic slasher horror franchise sees the return of chainsaw-wielding killer Leatherface. Alexandra Daddario stars as Heather, a young woman who travels to Texas with her boyfriend Ryan (Trey Songz) and two other friends to collect a family inheritance. On arrival, the friends realise to their horror that Heather's legacy includes the unwanted attentions of crazed murderer Leatherface (Dan Yeager) and his cannibalistic clan. The film features a cameo appearance from Gunnar Hansen, who played Leatherface in the original 1974 film.
First time director Fede Alvarez helms this reworking of Sam Raimi's 1981 cult horror. In an effort to straighten out their drug-ravaged friend Mia (Jane Levy), a group of five 20-somethings decide to decamp to an isolated backwoods cabin in the mountains of Tennessee. Once there, however, the group find themselves beset by demons from the nearby woods when they begin reading from an unearthed Book of the Dead.
The first in Hammer studios' long line of horror films. Awaiting execution in his dingy cell, Baron Victor Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) confides his story to a priest. Orphaned as a child, Frankenstein worked closely with his tutor, Paul Krempe (Robert Urquhart), experimenting on animals until they successfully revived a dead puppy. Much to Paul's unease, Frankenstein then worked obsessively to create a monster (Christopher Lee) out of assorted body parts, but once given life the creature attacked its maker and went on the rampage.
A crime writer uses a hypnotised assistant to carry out a series of intricately plotted and gruesome killings. He then writes stories which benefit from the field-tested plots. Michael Gough stars.
A notoriously troubled production notwithstanding, the controversial cult classic THE WICKER MAN is now regarded as a classic of British cinema. Edward Woodward stars as Sergeant Howie, a naive young police officer sent to Summerisle, a secluded island off the coast of Scotland, to investigate the disappearance of a young girl named Rowan. When he arrives there, he finds a very tight-knit community that is mistrustful and hostile to outsiders. No one is willing to even acknowledge Rowan's disappearance. Soon, Howie begins to realize that the town might, in fact, be a strange pagan cult, one given to unbridled sexuality and possible human sacrifice. Seeking an audience with the oddly civilized Lord Summerisle (Christopher Lee), Howie hopes to get to the bottom of the mystery, but instead he finds something more shocking than he could have ever imagined. Written by Anthony Shaffer (SLEUTH, DEATH ON THE NILE), Robin Hardy's eerie film paints a disturbing portrait of an almost prehistoric, multi-deity worshipping society given to bizarre rituals and Bacchanalian excess. Though recognition may have been a long time coming, THE WICKER MAN stands as a strikingly original achievement that is equal parts horror, drama, comedy, and musical.
The unthinkable horror and chaos continues a few weeks after the events depicted in House of 1000 Corpses, as the murderous Firefly family is forced on the lam after a bloody showdown at their home. With their story all over the news, the Firefly family continues their soulless killing spree, while Sheriff John Wydell - hell-bent on avenging his brother's murder - looks to track them down for one last horrifying confrontation.
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