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Horror anthology directed by Alex Chandon and starring Dani Filth, Eileen Daly and Emily Bouffante. A convicted child killer seeks vengeance against those who imprisoned him and leaves a bloody trail of horror and depravity in his wake.
Abel Ferrara's directorial debut starring himself, credited as Jimmy Laine, alongside Carolyn Marz and Harry Schultz. Struggling New York artist Reno Miller (Laine) is very much down on his luck, with his desperate attempts to complete a painting hampered by the punk band rehearsing round the clock next door. Unable to deal with the situation, Reno goes on a murderous rampage, dispatching his victims with an electric drill.
Club Elysium may seem like paradise, but just offshore a new breed of terror has been unleashed, and no one is safe from its savage, insatiable hunger.
While investigating the mysterious death of a diver, scuba instructor Anne Kimbrough makes a horrific discovery: Piranha-like fish, with wings that enable them to fly, are responsible. As the body count rises, Anne desperately tries to convince the resort's manager to call off the annual fish fry on the beach - but he's determined to give his guests the ultimate "feeding frenzy."
Packed with suspense, amazing special effects, and featuring a heroic performance by Lance Henriksen, Piranha 2: The Spawning will drench you in waves of cold, biting fear.
Horror directed by William A. Levey. In an abandoned mining town, a grief-stricken recluse finds a powerful crystal with which he is able to bring his dead daughter back to life. Now returned from the dead, she patrols the surrounding roads attempting to lure unsuspecting visitors to their doom. When a group of young college friends then come to town while on a country-wide road trip, they soon find themselves facing a battle to get back out alive.
Horror film sequel based on the survival video game. After the mysterious disappearance of her father Christopher Da Silva (Sean Bean) on the eve of her eighteenth birthday, Heather Mason (Adelaide Clemens) finds herself drawn into an alternate reality that resonates with the horrific nightmares that have been plaguing her since childhood. Her hometown of Silent Hill is suddenly revealed to be a hotbed of dark otherwordly activity as Heather encounters various sinister characters and comes to the shocking realisation that she is not who she thought she was.
US horror written and directed by Frank Henenlotter. After experimenting with the latest mind-altering drugs, Brian (Rick Hearst) runs into trouble when he comes across a worm-like parasite that offers psychedelic experiences if the host allows it to latch onto their neck and inject their brains with a bizarre secretion. Quickly becoming addicted to the creature's powerful drug, Brian is manipulated into providing the parasite with human brains to feed on, and is forced to head out into the streets of New York in search of some new victims.
Horror directed by Juan Fortuny and starring Paul Naschy, Silvia Solar and Olivier Mathot. When a gang leader is killed, his cronies go to extreme lengths in order to bring him back. Strapping a helpless victim to a railway track and taking his dismembered head for themselves, they enlist the help of an insane surgeon in transplanting the mind of their boss into this new head, thinking that this will return him to them. The gang quickly realise they've got far more than they bargained for when the monstrous new person before them immediately sets out on a bloody path of death and destruction.
Horror sequel co-written and directed by Dallas Richard Hallam and Patrick Horvath. After coming to the end of his investigation into the Judas Killer murder case, FBI agent Terrence Ballard (Patrick Fischler) is called in to look at a series of murders that suggest there could be a copycat killer on the loose. During his enquiries Ballard comes across crime-scene cleaner June Abbott (Camilla Luddington), who reveals she has been having particularly vivid visions of one of the most recent murders. When Ballard explains that June's mother was one of the Judas Killer's original victims, June soon starts to realise the danger she is in as the sinister presence which has been terrorising her begins to tighten its grip.
Raucous horror from director James Bickert that pays homage to the grindhouse films of the 1970s. A group of bikers known as The Impalers, led by Jett (Jett Bryant), are on the run after a gang conflict led to mass murder and chaos. The gang decide to take refuge in a remote cabin in the mountains of Georgia, but haven't allowed for the fact that, for once, they may not be the most destructive force in the region. A fanatical scientist, Dr Marco (Paul McComiskey), has been conducting dangerous and depraved experiments in the region for some time. When the forces of evil collide there is bound to be carnage...
Supernatural thriller starring Jason Behr ('The Grudge', 'Skinwalkers'). Jake Sawyer (Behr) is an American tattoo artist, a jaded, cynical outsider who wanders the globe, looking for ethnic themes to exploit for use in his own designs. When, on a reckless impulse, he steals an ancient Samoan tattooing tool, Jake unwittingly unleashes a powerful, vengeful ghost. Soon everyone he tattoos becomes taken over by this malevolent spirit, including his lover Victoria (Caroline Cheong). Realising his guilt, Jake embarks on a perilous journey to try and save the life of the woman he loves while, in the process, hoping to recover his own soul.
The remaining survivors of pan-global epidemic face a race against time to find a cure before they succumb to its zombie-inducing effects. Holed up in an abandoned military base, Tom (Daniel Buder) and his fellow survivors, their numbers dwindling with each successive day, desperately search for a way of stopping the outbreak and returning their lives to normal. Unfortunately for them, it soon becomes clear that the virus has mutated, turning those affected into rabid, cannabalistic creatures. Can Tom and his friends find a way to stop the seemingly inevitable, or are they doomed to a grizzly fate?
US horror written and directed by Nicholas McCarthy. When ambitious real estate agent Leigh (Catalina Sandino Moreno) agrees to sell a house with a dark history, she soon finds herself part of a terrifying sequence of events. While out checking on the house, she finds a mysterious young girl inside the home. Thinking it is the runaway daughter of the couple who are selling the property, she quickly informs them of her find. However, when they tell her their daughter has already been found, Leigh soon realises she actually saw Hannah (Ashley Rickards), a young girl who committed suicide years early, and that she is now in grave danger as the malevolent force which drove Hannah to her death is now coming for her.
James Wan directs this horror starring Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga as real-life demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren. When the Perron family experience strange goings-on at their farmhouse, they enlist the help of paranormal experts Ed and Lorraine. As they investigate, however, the couple begin to realise that, despite their expertise, they may not be equipped to deal with such a violent and foreboding evil...
A city banker takes bloody retribution after he loses his job, in this British indie horror directed by Ryan L. Driscoll. Unable to tell them that he has been let go by his firm, disciplinarian Kurt Wendell (Jonathan Hansler) decides to take his family to a remote country location on the pretext of a family bonding session. Once there, however, the deranged father's mood quickly changes. As his behaviour becomes ever more alarming, he begins sharpening his axe in preparation for an orgy of bloodletting, with his unsuspecting family first in line for the chop.
The Butcher Brothers' (Mitchell Altieri and Phil Flores) vampire horror sequel to 'The Hamiltons' (2006) finds the family on the run and heading for England. Changing their name, and in need of a safe haven after the family's past transgressions, Francis (Cory Knauf) searches for, and eventually tracks down ancient vampire clan, the Stuarts, in the sleepy English town of Ludlow. While Stuart senior (Daniel O'Meara) and his wife (Selina Giles) initially extend a welcoming hand to the new arrivals, it's not long before the upper-class bloodsuckers reveal their true intentions.
Back in 1127, an evil Djinn (or genie) used its wish-granting abilities to create havoc in the court of the Persian King and was subsequently imprisoned in a fire opal and hidden in a statue. In the present, the statue is on its way to collector Raymond Beaumont (Robert Englund) when it is shattered in an accident. The opal is stolen and taken for appraisal to an auctioneer, whose assistant, Alexandra (Tammy Lauren), asks her boyfriend Josh to analyse it. Josh then accidentally unleashes the Dijinn, which kills him and goes in search of Alexandra, intending to discover what her three wishes are and then twist them to its own ends so that it might destroy the world.
Husband-and-wife directorial team Chris Kentis and Laura Lau direct this suspense horror remake starring Elizabeth Olsen. Sarah (Olsen) has returned to the remote country house where she spent her childhood summers to help pack it up and prepare it for sale. While she is alone in the unoccupied, dimly-lit house, mysterious creaking noises start to emanate from upstairs and Sarah soon finds herself caught in the grip of terror.
A Nazi-hunter and a scientist fight to stop an evil army sweeping all in its way, in this zombie horror sequel from director Steve Barker. Discovering that NATO forces are facing a seemingly invincible army in Eastern Europe, investigator Lena (Catherine Steadman) sets out to discover if the rise of an army of zombie stormtroopers can be linked to the wartime experiments of notorious Nazi scientist Klausener (David Gant). Linking up with scientist Wallace (Richard Coyle), the pair journey deep into enemy territory, teaming up with a Special Forces unit on a search and destroy mission to prevent the Nazi army from rising once more.
Cult horror classic 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.
A Cornish squire invokes ancient voodoo rituals to raise zombies from the dead, intending to use them to work his tin mines. However, when the cult which builds up around the zombies is threatened with exposure, it responds by attempting to sacrifice the suspicious parties...
Controversial 1930s horror in which a shipwrecked man stumbles upon on island where horrifying experiments are taking place. When Edward Parker (Richard Arlen) is thrown overboard after a fight with the captain of his ship he is initially happy to land on a populated island. However, this is no ordinary island. Presided over by the insane scientist, Dr Moreau (Charles Laughton), a series of experiments are underway to transform animals into humans. As they descend towards chaos Parker finds himself caught uncomfortably in the middle.
Horror directed by Jackson Stewart and starring Graham Skipper and Chase Williamson. With their father missing, two estranged brothers meet at the video store he owned in order to liquidate the property, sell off the assets and split the proceeds. When they search the store however, they stumble upon a board game which may hold the secret to their father's disappearance. But if they wish to find out, they must play a game of life or death.
A family reunion turns into a bloodbath in this home invasion horror thriller directed by Adam Wingard. After arriving at their idyllic country mansion, Paul and Aubrey Davison (Rob Moran and Barbara Crampton)'s family settle down for some rare quality time together. But just as they begin to relax and unwind, the family find themselves targeted by a group of deranged killers wearing animal masks. As the desperate victims face a frenzied battle for survival, a family member's girlfriend, Erin (Sharni Vinson), ably demonstrates that she's more than capable of holding her own.
A group of role-playing gamers' fantasies turn horrifyingly real in this, the eighth instalment in the 'Hellraiser' franchise. Not best pleased when teenage fans construct a virtual online 'Hellworld', Pinhead (Doug Bradley) invites the group to a suitably themed party, where he quickly sets about turning their reality into a nightmare they'll never forget.
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