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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.
Wilbur Gray (Peter Cushing) is a seemingly eccentric old author who presents his publisher with his latest manuscript. In it Gray claims that cats are the true rulers of Earth, and in the three ensuing stories he expounds this feline theory. In the first story a long-suffering young maid kills the harridan-like mistress of the house, only to be avenged by the old lady's ever-loyal cats. In the second story a family's life is turned upside down when a woman staying with them turns out to be a witch, accompanied by her sinister black cat. In the final tale, a cat exerts a horrifying revenge on its sadistic owner.
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.
A family of four must navigate their lives in silence after mysterious creatures that hunt by sound threaten their survival.
If they hear you, they hunt you.
(Academy Award nomination for: Best Sound Editing)
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.
Low-budget Australian horror. The film follows a group of survivors as they band together in a post-apocalyptic world decimated by an infectious plague. With most of the Earth's population turned into zombies, the survivors shelter in a bunker where Evie (Tegan Crowley) hopefully waits for her missing husband John (Scott Marcus). However, when the rest of her group leaves, Evie is left to fend for herself until John finally returns to her side and another survivor, Charlie (Steven Jianai), appears to save both of them from the hordes of roaming undead surrounding them. However, it's not long before tensions are simmering between the trio...
British slasher horror. The film follows a notorious quartet of teenage YouTube pranksters who make prank calls to unsuspecting victims and post videos of the ensuing hilarity on the Internet. However, one of their victims decides to turn the tables on the boys and comes searching for his revenge. He begins by tormenting Sam (Gregg Sulkin) and Brady (Garrett Clayton) over the phone after they're left home alone for the night, much like they did to him. At first, the boys are dismissive of his threats but it soon becomes apparent he's deadly serious about tormenting them, and has threatened to kill members of their families, and it's not long before he turns up in person to terrorise the boys in a more personal and gruesome fashion.
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.
Mark W. Curran writes and directs this horror thriller set in an abandoned clinic in the city. Rachel (Sarah Nicklin) is a security guard tasked with the seemingly easy task of monitoring the building. But when disturbances from beyond the grave take hold of the dingy facility, Rachel must find a way to survive the machinations of a demon whose victims litter the hallways.
Alberto Sciamma directs this horror starring Vinnie Jones and Costas Mandylor. When a group of criminals break in to their target's home with the plan of kidnapping and holding her for ransom, they are taken by surprise when they discover that their victim has actually been hunting them, and will stop at nothing to catch her prey. The cast also includes Gianni Capaldi, Drew Kenney and Elena Mirela.
Director Marc Price's British zombie horror, made on a micro-budget of 45 pounds, told from the zombie's perspective. Alastair Kirton stars as Colin, a young man who joins the ranks of the living dead after being attacked by a zombie. Through his encounters with objects, places and people, the film shows who Colin was and, more pertinently, what he has now become. Although more thoughtful than most zombie films, there's still plenty of gruesome shocks on offer, and this small, independent effort was a big hit at 2009's Frightfest film festival.
Having made their mark on American horror cinema with three colourful adaptations of Edgar Allan Poe – The Fall of the House of Usher, Pit and the Pendulum and Tales of Terror – Vincent Price and director Roger Corman enjoyed a brief hiatus from the macabre author with Tower of London. Shot in black and white, the film was loosely based on the Universal horror picture of the same name as well as two Shakespeare plays: a dash of Macbeth and a dollop of Richard III.
Price plays Richard of Gloucester, brother to a dying king and eager to take his place on the throne. When he is overlooked in favour of their sibling, the Duke of Clarence, things take a murderous turn. Richard goes on a murderous rage, only for the ghosts of those he has slain to return from the grave and haunt him…
Less well-known than the Poe movies, Tower of London is no slouch. Price relishes the opportunity to flex his Shakespearean muscles, just as he would eleven years later with Theatre of Blood, and Corman works wonders, as usual, with his low budget. If you’ve ever wondered what a drive-in Shakespeare film would look like, you’re in the right place!
High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentation of the feature, transferred from original film elements by MGM.
Slasher horror based on the original 1981 film. Tom (Jensen Ackles) returns home to the small mining town of Harmony on the tenth anniversary of the Valentine's night massacre that claimed the lives of 22 people. Instead of a homecoming, however, Tom finds himself suspected of committing the murders - and it seems that his old flame (Jaime King) is the only one who believes he is innocent.
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...
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