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A group of friends face a desperate fight for survival in this horror from first time director Chris Briant. As their school days draw to a close and they get ready to leave the area for college, Alice (Dianna Agron) and her friends decide to spend their last day together in the one place that was forbidden to them as children - the local woods. But their trip soon turns into a nightmare, when, after discovering an apparently derelict fort, they enter and stumble across decomposing remains. Realising they are not alone, the pals soon find themselves the prey of the resident 'hunters', who have only murder on their minds.
Horror maestro George A. Romero presents three more chilling tales. In 'The Gorge', three friends are forced to resort to desperate measures when a sudden avalanche leaves them trapped inside a cave while out walking. In 'On Sabbath Hill', a female student who has been having an affair with her college professor commits suicide after discovering she is pregnant, and comes back to haunt the man who broke her heart. In 'Dust', a NASA scientist discovers that dust from Mars might have the ability to cure cancer. When a security guard working at the facility steals a sample to administer to his terminally ill wife, the dust turns out to have unexpected effects.
Horror maestro George A. Romero presents these three chilling tales. In 'Valley of the Shadow', a woman (Amy Marsalis) searches for her missing husband in the jungles of South America. But the silent natives are unhappy about the intrusion, and before long the hunters have become the hunted. In 'Wet', an antiques dealer (Nick Mancuso) warns a beachcomber (Jeff Monahan) that the jade box he has found buried in the sand is far more dangerous than it looks. The beachcomber refuses to listen - and is soon paying a deadly price. In 'House Call', an elderly doctor (Bingo O'Malley) makes a house call on a stormy night to visit a mother (Maryann Nagel) worried about the strange behaviour of her teenage son (Jason Hoehnen). What the doctor finds when he gets there is something he was never taught at medical school...
Double bill of documentary-style horror films. 'The Blair Witch Project' (1998) follows three students from Burkittsville - Heather (Heather Donahue), Josh (Joshua Leonard) and Michael (Michael Williams) - as they head into the woods to investigate the local legend of the Blair Witch, a spirit blamed for the deaths of various children. After trekking deep into the forest, the group lose their map, quickly become lost and are forced to spend extra days trying to find their way back out. Confronted by terrifying noises and with strange artefacts appearing around their camp, panic sets in as the students are driven further into the woods by an unseen and sinister force. In 'Blair Witch' (2016), college student James Donahue (James Allen McCune), accompanied by a group of friends, ventures into Maryland's Black Hills Forest in search of his missing sister who disappeared 20 years earlier while searching for evidence of the Blair Witch. After an uneventful hike deep into the woods, the group begin to feel a menacing presence in their camp as the night draws on. When a number of mysterious figures then appear in the trees around the camp, the panicked group begin to realise that the legend is real and more sinister than they could have imagined...
Horror in which a vampire attempts to cure his aversion to sunlight so that he can terrorise through the day as well. Sylvian (Tony Todd) is a three hundred year old vampire whose ambitions have now moved beyond the mere need for human blood. He employs Dr. van Helm (Delia Sheppard) to research a means by which he can overcome his aversion to the sun. Van Helm's initial experiments in the desert outside Las Vegas draw the attention of police detectives Stanton (Ted Monte) and O'Hara (GiGi Erneta). However, as the detectives make their investigations, a party of friends holidaying in Las Vegas, including Jason (Edward Spivak), Rachel (Sonya Joy Sims) and Nikki (Brandin Rackley), get caught up in the experiments of Sylvian and van Helm and find themselves in grave danger.
Survival horror in which five strangers are kidnapped and held inside an underground dungeon, where they are given plenty of water but nothing to eat. As their hunger grows, the instinct for self-preservation comes to the fore - and as time passes some members of the group resort to the unthinkable in order to survive. As events unfold, it gradually becomes clear that they are the subjects of a sinister experiment by a scientist (Bjorn Johnson) with very personal reasons for his fascination with the extremes of human behaviour.
Fantasy horror starring Brad Dourif. Jacob (Jordan Matthews), a young man with a troubled past, rescues teenager Sarah (Hallee Hirsh) from the malevolent demons that have been ransacking his hometown for an ancient amulet that belonged to Sarah's Uncle Michael (Thomas Ian Nicholas). Armed with a magical sword and ready to fight to the death, Jacob comes to the realisation that the only way to defeat the demons is to face up to the dark secrets of his past.
The Duplass brothers direct this low-budget comedy horror about a group of friends whose idea for a screenplay suddenly comes to life. After heading off to a remote cabin in the woods to try and come up with the idea for a horror movie, Chad (Steve Zissis), Matt (Ross Partridge), Michelle (Greta Gerwig) and Catherine (Elise Muller) finally settle on a plot about a bag-headed psychopath terrorising the locals. Reality soon begins to mirror fiction, however, when Michelle, wrongly believing one of the boys to be playing a prank, allows a bag-headed figure into her bedroom at night.
'Twilight' director Catherine Hardwicke directs this Gothic retelling of the classic Grimm Brothers fairy tale. Amanda Seyfried stars as Valerie, a beautiful young woman whose parents have arranged a match for her with the wealthy Henry (Max Irons). But Valerie is in love with the handsome young Peter (Shiloh Fernandez), and the two plan to run away together. However, a werewolf attack on Valerie's sister throws their plans into disarray. The villagers turn to werewolf hunter Father Solomon (Gary Oldman) to protect them, but as the death toll continues to rise they are horrified to discover that the wolf, who takes human form by day, is living among them.
As the lost boys and girls of san cazador prepare to party under the blood moon, an alpha vampire conspires to turn these unsuspecting ravers into an army of undead. The only thing that stands between him and the annihilation of the entire human race is the infamous vampire fighting frog borthers.
A series of deaths occur in a small fishing village, causing a marine biologist to finger a giant squid as the culprit. But further investigations reveal something far more sinister as the "Beast" of the title turns out to be a creature like no other. This full-length feature was penned by Peter Benchley, author of JAWS.
A psychotic television repairman (Mitch Pileggi) is caught in mid-rampage and sentenced to death, but instead of dying in the electric chair, his body just evaporates. Now able to live inside other people's bodies, television transmissions and household wiring, he continues stalking his intended victims in this typical Wes Craven horror offering.
Horror drama starring Anthony Hopkins and Colin O'Donoghue. The film is based on the book by Matt Baglio, inspired by real events, that follows the story of an American parish priest, Father Gary Thomas (Donoghue), who travels to Rome to train as an exorcist at a Vatican-associated university. As the young priest begins to carry out exorcisms, under the guidance of a seasoned Italian exorcist (played by Hopkins), he is forced to alter the way in which he perceives the spiritual world and the conflict between good and evil.
The sleepy little town of Woodsboro just woke up screaming. There's a killer in their midst who's seen a few to many scary movies. Suddenly, nobody is safe, as the psychopath stalks victims, taunts them with trivia questions, then rips them to bloody shreds. It could be anybody. The clues are there; are you good enough to see them?
The seventh in the series of films loosely based on a short story by Stephen King. When FBI agents come to the small town of Omaha in Nebraska to track down a serial killer they come across a mysterious and evil higher power that emerges from the ever-present cornrows.
Horror directed by Wes Craven and starring Christina Ricci and Jesse Eisenberg as two siblings who have to battle a werewolf that has been wreaking havoc on their neighbours, just as they learn that they have been marked with 'the sign of the beast', and may become werewolves themselves.
Wes Craven returns to direct this sequel to 'Scream'. A year on from the events of the first film, survivors Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) and Randy Meeks (Jamie Kennedy) are now students at the same college. A movie based on the Woodsboro murders, 'Stab', sparks off a series of copycat killings, and soon the nightmare is beginning all over again. While Sidney wonders who she can really trust, Randy teams up with former police deputy Dewey (David Arquette), still recovering from the effects of his stabbing the first time round, to work out the rules of a real-life horror sequel. One thing's for sure: the body count has to be higher. Also back on the scene are reporter Gale Weathers (Courteney Cox), who has successfully published her own account of the original killings - sacrificing her romance with Dewey in the process - and Cotton Weary (Liev Schreiber), the man Sidney had wrongfully imprisoned for her mother's murder.
This collection includes all three films from Wes Craven's Scream trilogy.
In Scream, the residents of a small town are victimised by a masked predator who mimics horror films with real life acts of terror.
In Scream 2, a crazed copycat killer begins to act out a chilling real-life sequel to the Woodsboro murders.
Scream 3 sees Sidney Prescott come out of hiding and, along with the other Woodsboro survivors, finds herself drawn into another adventure.
Low-budget horror comedy. In the extreme, Japanese reality game show 'Slashers', six lucky contestants have the chance to win millions of dollars, all they have to do is stay alive. To win the money they must navigate their way through a deadly arena while evading the attacks of three vicious, costumed killers known collectively as The Slashers. Will any of them make it out alive to collect the cash?
Slasher horror based on the original 1981 film - in 3D. 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.
Danny Trejo and Thomas Downey star in this US horror. In northern California, Sheriff Denton (Downey) must evacuate the town of Donner Pass after scientists warn a volcano is about to erupt. But when it does, not only does molten lava threaten to engulf the town, revived, smouldering zombies appear to cause chaos amongst the remaining survivors. Sheriff Denton takes it upon himself to fight them off as he tries to save the town but will he get out with his life still intact?
Comedy zombie horror. It's prom night, and all the teens in town are preoccupied with what they are going to wear and who will be their date for the evening. But on the horizon a dark menace is looming as the dead prepare to rise from their graves and feast upon the living. It is now up to all the geeks, nerds and social outcasts who didn't get dates to band together and save the town from the bloodthirsty clutches of the undead.
Psychological horror based on a Clive Barker short story. Two college students - outcast Steve (Jackson Rathbone) and charming, mysterious Quaid (Shaun Evans) - embark on a college project to record and study people's innermost fears. Enlisting the help of fellow student Abby (Hanne Steen), they advertise for interviewees and set the camera rolling as their subjects begin to reveal the demons that haunt them. As the project gains momentum, however, it becomes apparent that the three must now face up to the traumatic events of their own pasts and finally confront their darkest fears.
Gut-wrenchingly grim horror based on the novel by Jack Ketchum. The recently orphaned Loughlin sisters, 16-year-old Meg (Blythe Auffarth) and ten-year-old polio victim Susan (Madeline Taylor), move in with their Aunt Ruth (Blanche Baker) and her three sons following the death of their parents. Ruth's house has always been a favoured teen hangout in the neighbourhood, but for some reason she harbours an intense dislike for the young sisters. As her acts of punishment escalate into unspeakable abuse and torture, the Chandlers' young neighbour David Moran (Daniel Manche) looks on in horror - but will he find the courage to speak out?
Violent low-budget horror. Two Vietnam veterans return from the war carrying a deadly cannibal virus, contracted when one of the men was bitten by a POW. Norman Hopper (James Saxon) tries to resist the lure of human flesh after his friend bites a waitress and starts spreading the disease, but before long he has joined him in an orgy of cannibal violence.
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