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Richard Franklin directs this 1980s horror starring Terence Stamp and Elisabeth Shue. When Jane (Shue), a young zoology student, is invited to work for the summer at the remote home of Dr. Steven Phillip (Stamp), a professor exploring connections between humans and apes, it seems the perfect assignment. Following the professor's mysterious disappearance, Jane finds herself responsible for the three chimps in his home, Voodoo, Imp and Link. With the latter exhibiting rare intelligence and increasingly erratic behaviour, Jane may have a struggle on her hands keeping the house in order...
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.
British comedy horror starring stand-up comedian Ross Noble and directed by Conor McMahon. After being killed at Tommy (Tommy Knight)'s tenth birthday party six years earlier by a prank gone wrong, Richard 'Stitches' Grindle (Ross Noble) returns from the dead with the help of a black magic clown cult to seek revenge upon those who caused his untimely demise. This time at the 16th birthday party of Tommy, 'Stitches' hasn't been invited.
Found footage horror in which a film student and his friends get more than they bargained for when they set out to explore an abandoned building. Alex Wright (Richard Harmon) is obsessed with the original 'Grave Encounters' (2011) to the point where he struggles to believe that the events of the film were invented. He convinces his friends to accompany him to the derelict psychiatric hospital where the action of the movie took place and they set about filming their own found footage horror. But Alex is convinced that genuine evil lurks in the hospital and it isn't long before the boundaries between fact and fiction blur and the students find themselves facing very real terror.
Cult 1980s sci-fi horror in which a scientist gets more than he bargained for when he turns on his latest invention. Dr Pretorius (Ted Sorel) and his assistant Crawford Tillinghast (Jeffrey Combs) have worked long and hard at a machine known as 'The Resonator', designed to expand the human consciousness and awaken something approaching a sixth sense. However, the machine has awoken something far more horrifying: a dimension of deadly creatures ready to wreak havoc on the human race, beginning with Pretorius...
Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Kyra Sedgwick star in this supernatural horror film produced by Sam Raimi. Shortly after the divorce of her parents (Morgan and Sedgwick), teenager Em (Natasha Calis) buys an elaborately carved antique box at a yard sale. As her behaviour grows increasingly bizarre in the weeks that follow, her father is forced to seek out the help of his ex-wife in a desperate attempt to end the curse that appears to be consuming the body and soul of their daughter.
Supernatural horror film directed by Hideo Nakata, who also directed the hit films 'Ring' and 'Ring 2'. Hitomi Kuroki stars as Yoshimi, a recently-divorced working mother with a history of mental imbalance. Having won the custody battle for her five-year-old daughter, Ikuko (Rio Kanno), she moves with her daughter into a new apartment. But it isn't long before strange occurrences begin: the ceiling leaks incessantly - and when the ghost of a small girl in a yellow dress starts to appear around the place, Yoshimi's already precarious grip on her sanity gives way completely.
Inventive horror in which a sound engineer working in the confines of an Italian movie studio becomes dangerously absorbed in his work. The tale is set in the 1970s, when Italian horror films, particularly those belonging to the 'giallo' genre, were known for being shot soundless, with the effects and language tracks added later so that the movies could be dubbed into multiple languages and marketed more effectively abroad. The British sound engineer, Gilderoy (Toby Jones), works in one such studio, stabbing and otherwise assaulting vegetables to provide the requisite sounds for a horror flick. However, the more time Gilderoy spends in the studio, the more he is drawn into the world of the films on which he works. Some of the horror seems to stem from within, as Gilderoy revisits moments from his past, but it leaves him precariously poised between the real world and the imaginative realm represented by the films...
Double bill of made-for-TV horror features adapted from novels. 'The Ferryman' (1974) is based on a story by Kingsley Amis and follows the young writer, Sheridan Owen (Jeremy Brett), as he heads to a country house to relax. However, a series of unusual events eventually cause the author to fear that he is trapped in the plot of his own horror novel. 'Haunted' (1974), based on the story by Elizabeth Taylor, follows an Edwardian governess, Florence Chasty (Lynne Miller), who is employed to take charge of Hilary Wilson (Matthew Pollock). Florence suffers from a series of terrifying visions while caring for Hilary and comes to believe that his family's house is haunted.
Hammer Horror film set in Egypt 1920. Sir Basil Walden, with his assitants Claire, Harry and Paul, stumble on the sealed desert tomb of the young Pharoah Kah-To-Bey. When the expedition fails to return on time, Stanley Preston, father of Paul and financier of the expedition is forced into joining the search for the missing archaeologists. Against all local advice they excavate the tomb, releasing the mummy's spirit and body.
Writer/director team Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard join forces once again for this teen horror flick. When five college friends arrive at a remote cabin in the woods for a weekend of partying, they soon discover that things are not quite as they seem. As a series of terrifying events unfolds, the friends realise that they have become the pawns in someone's very sick idea of a game.
Justin McConnell directs this indie sci-fi horror about a family fighting for survival in a post-apocalyptic world. Fleeing the city in a bid to protect his family from marauding survivors, Scott Weaver (John Fantasia) hopes to lead his wife, Emily (Lise Moule), son Aaron (Steve Vieira) and daughter Rebecca (Anna Ross) to what he hopes will be the relative safety of the family's former home at Dover's Bend. While scavenging en route, however, Scott and his family are forced to take to the woods to avoid danger from other survivors, only to find themselves the prey of something altogether more terrifying.
Horror following the disastrous events of a military experiment. Prior to the invasion of Iraq, the military capture and conceal a supernatural being in an underground base known as Stormhouse. To communicate with the spirit, the army bring in Hayley Sands (Katherine Flynn), a ghost whisperer. When the being eventually escapes, however, the results prove to be catastrophic.
A secret from their past returns to strike terror into a group of friends in this made-for-TV horror from director Sheldon Wilson. After returning to her hometown to cover the annual Mothman Festival, journalist Katharine Grant (Jewel Staite) quickly realises something is wrong when she and her former childhood friends discover they're having the same disturbing dreams. Bound together by their covering up of an accidental death years before, panic quickly spreads through the group when they realise that, one by one, they're being hunted by the mythical creature known as 'The Mothman'.
Prequel to 'The Amityville Horror', describing what happened in the infamous house prior to the arrival of George and Kathy Lutz, the unfortunate souls whose fate is depicted in the first film. The Montelli family, as led by patriarch Anthony (Burt Young), move into the lakeside residence and begin experiencing supernatural problems almost immediately. However, things really take a turn for the worse when eldest boy Sonny (Jack Magner) becomes possessed with an evil spirit which taunts him to murder his own kin.
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...
Extended cut of the third film in the camcorder horror franchise. A prequel to the first two films, this instalment goes back to Katie (Katie Featherstone)'s childhood in the late 1980s. Katie and her sister, Kristi (Sprague Grayden), still living with their parents in the family home, make their first contact with the spirit, Bloody Mary. Mary, who so mercilessly haunted the adult Katie in the first two films, is at first a friendly, if strange, presence. However, as time goes on, her unseen presence begins to torment the two girls. Much of the ensuing chaos is - as in the first two films - captured on video.
Fame, fortune and eternal youth. When Henry Wooten (Malcolm McDowell) promises all three to Louis, it's an offer the aspiring young actor can't refuse. No questions asked, he agrees to assume the identity of Dorian, and at once the wide-eyed innocent becomes a self-indulgent monster; a hell-raiser with an insatiable appetite for sex and drugs and rock 'n' roll. But little does Louis realise the price he's paid to stay forever young.
Darren Lynn Bousman writes and directs this remake of Charles Kaufman's 1980 horror film of the same name. Warren Kole, Patrick Flueger and Matt O'Leary star as the villainous Koffin brothers, who return home from a spell behind bars to discover that their family home has been repossessed and their adored mother (Rebecca De Mornay) evicted. Without further ado, the Koffin boys set about pleasing their psychopath mom by making the lives of the house's new residents nothing short of a living hell.
Claude Rains makes his (largely unseen) big screen debut in this adaptation of H.G. Wells' classic novel, directed by horrormeister James Whale. When a bandaged stranger arrives in the English village of Ipping, taking rooms at the inn, he soon arouses the interest of the inquisitive locals. Angered that he is not allowed to conduct his 'experiments' in peace, the stranger finally reveals his secret to the villagers, unwrapping his facial bindings to reveal... nothing. He is a scientist who has rendered himself invisible, and is now becoming a megalomaniac through the drugs he works with. Not satisfied with playing pranks on the locals, the invisible man's actions now begin to take a murderous turn.
John Carpenter's ice-bound sci-fi horror is a special effects-laden update of the 1951 Howard Hawks classic 'The Thing From Another World'. A research team in the Antarctic discovers a spaceship buried beneath the ice, and becomes terrorised by the shape-changing monster that is housed within.
Gun-runner Tom Friend embarks on an expedition in search of the fabled creature known as the Yeti, or Abominable Snowman. He is joined by botanist John Rollason, whose scientific curiosity is at odds with Rollason's aim to capture and commercially exploit one of the creatures.
French-Canadian horror in which a carload of young Americans crossing the Canada/US border on their way back from a wedding are apprehended by a pair of uniformed officers. Unfortunately for the amiable youngsters, it turns out the officers are not border guards but psychopathic killers, who proceed to lock their victims in separate cages deep in the forest and torture them in a variety of unimaginably brutal ways.
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