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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.
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.
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 college student finds herself battling for her sanity in this supernatural chiller from director Greg A.Sager. Shortly after returning to college from her summer break, Alex Frobisher (Michelle Argyris) takes a tarot reading in order to find out if she has a future with her boyfriend Brian (Kevin Jake Walker). But when events at the reading turn ominously dark, Alex awakens the next morning to discover she's experiencing black-outs, hallucinations, and has strange scratch marks covering her entire body. With her friends unable to help her and her condition becoming ever more unearthly, she finally receives help from a school professor who has experience of the occult. But is it already too late?...
A journalist (Tony Roberts) moves to Long Island's least desirable residence, even though he is aware of its haunted history. Initially treating the stories with scepticism, he becomes less sure of himself upon discovery of a feature not mentioned in the estate agent's brochure: an abandoned well that doubles as a portal to hell.
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.
Double bill of grindhouse horrors from the 1970s directed by Bob Clark. 'Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things' (1973) follows a troupe of travelling actors who indulge their disturbed leader Alan (Alan Ormsby)'s whim to practise voodoo rituals on a dead body. After sneaking into a cemetery and performing the ritual, the other actors are relieved to discover that the whole thing was an elaborate prank. But when Alan starts acting even more bizarrely, digging up bodies and getting married to a corpse in a freakish ceremony, it turns out that the voodoo was successful after all. Soon the forces of evil are causing the dead to rise from their graves, hungry for human flesh. In 'Dead of Night' (1974) American soldier Andy Brooks (Richard Backus) is fatally wounded while serving in Vietnam but manages to find a way to stay among the living, fulfilling the promise he made to his mother that he would come home. Back in his neighbourhood he begins to show signs of strange and violent behaviour and it soon becomes apparent that he has turned into a vampire. He tries to lead a normal life but things soon take a turn for the worse...
Lance Preston and the crew of 'Grave Encounters', a ghost-hunting reality television show, are shooting an episode inside the abandoned Collingwood Psychiatric Hospital, where unexplained phenomena has been reported for years.
All in the name of good television, they voluntarily lock themselves inside the building for the night and begin a paranormal investigation, capturing everything on camera. They quickly realize that the building is more than just haunted - it is alive - and it has no intention of ever letting them leave. They find themselves lost in a labyrinth maze of endless hallways and corridors, terrorized by the ghosts of the former patients.
They soon begin to question their own sanity, slipping deeper and deeper into the depths of madness, ultimately discovering the truth behind the hospital's dark past... and taping what turns out to be their final episode.
Horror sequel in which the curiosity of a teenage girl again unleashes the electro-spirits that lurk in technology. The only human survivors of the previous attacks by the spirits now live in refugee camps, shunning all technology. Justine (Brittany Finamore) is 17-years-old and dreams of a world beyond the depressing reality she inhabits. When she stumbles across an old laptop she sees no reason not to turn it on. Soon the computer offers her a compelling reason to keep using it: Justine is able to chat to someone online and gets along with them so well she is keen to meet up with them. This will mean Justine returning to the now deserted city, where the internet plague took its heaviest toll. What will she discover when she gets there?
Ben Wheatley directs this dark British thriller/horror starring Neil Maskell. Former soldier Jay (Maskell) works alongside his partner Justin (Ben Crompton) as a hitman. When problems erupt in Jay's marriage and personal life, the strain has a devastating effect as he abandons any semblance of morality or humanity and becomes consumed by the violence and depravity of his work.
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.
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.
Indie slasher horror about a biker gang party that descends into a bloodbath. When Cody (Cory Knauf) and the rest of his biker crew go to a secluded farmhouse deep in the Northern California woods for a birthday party, Cody's ex-girlfriend Michelle (Tiffany Shepis) is attacked and possessed by a mysterious demon. All hell breaks loose when a depraved gang of 1950s rockabillies turn up to collect what is growing inside her.
Nicolas Roeg's chilling film, based on a short story by Daphne du Maurier, follows a married couple as they attempt to recover from the death of their young daughter. John Baxter (Donald Sutherland) and his wife, Laura (Julie Christie), are staying in Venice in an attempt to find relief after the drowning of their daughter, Christine (Sharon Williams), in a tragic accident. However, the city appears to have an unfortunate effect upon the grieving John, who begins seeing a red-coated figure who resembles the dead child flitting around the local canals. The couple also happen across a pair of sisters who claim to have had visions of their daughter. According to the sisters, the child has been trying to contact John in an attempt to warn him that something terrible is about to happen...
Supernatural thriller from Hollywood stunt-actor Doc Dohame in his directorial debut. High school student Angelica (Catherine Georges) is sick of her life and the people she's forced to see everyday. When she calls up gimmicky new radio station Oracle to have her 'wishes' granted, she gets more than she bargained for and unleashes a ghoulish spectre on the town...
The seventh film in the 'Saw' horror franchise, filmed in 3D for theatrical release. When a group of survivors from Jigsaw's previous grisly games form a support group, they enlist the services of self-help guru and fellow survivor Bobby Dagen (Sean Patrick Flanery) to help them come to terms with their experiences. But before long secrets from Bobby's dark past have unleashed a new wave of terror.
Low-budget slasher horror with a darkly comic streak by British writing/directing duo Andy Thompson and Pete Benson. When four high-flying executives from a city insurance company are sent to the countryside for a team-building exercise, they are pleasantly surprised to meet three beautiful sisters who live and work on a nearby farm. However, it becomes apparent that the sisters have far more sinister intentions towards them than they could ever have imagined.
Debut film for everyone's favourite psychotic slasher, Freddy Krueger. When American teenager Nancy Thompson (Heather Langenkamp) begins to suffer from nightmares, she discovers that many of her friends are having similarly disturbed nights' sleep. Their dreams are haunted by the hideously scarred former child murderer Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund) who, it soon transpires, has the power to kill them in their sleep. Freddy is out to exact his revenge on the children of those who burned him alive in retribution for his crimes. The only way to avoid Freddy's reprisals is to avoid sleep, but Nancy knows that she can't stay awake for ever.
Hammer studios present their version of the Werewolf myth. Leon (Oliver Reed) is born on Christmas Day as the result of a horrific rape, and so finds himself condemned to a tormented life as a werewolf. His terrifying transformation can only be stopped by the unquestioning love of a good woman or a silver bullet.
Psychological horror/thriller starring Julianne Moore. When forensic psychiatrist and multiple personality disorder specialist Dr Cara Jessup (Moore) examines new patient Adam (Jonathan Rhys-Meyers), she unearths a string of dark secrets surrounding his condition that places her and those close to her in grave danger. Forced to question her strong beliefs in science and in God, Cara must race against time to solve the mystery at the heart of Adam's disturbing case.
Horror thriller set in Ireland starring Vinnie Jones. When unsuspecting property developers stumble across a 2000-year-old murder victim's body while attempting to build on a peat bog, the ancient corpse's wrath is unleashed on the rural Irish community. It's now up to archaeologist Professor David Wallace (Jason Barry) and the appropriately named hunter, Mr Hunter (Jones), to try and send 'the bog man' back to the bog before he causes complete carnage.
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.
Early 1970s British horror anthology comprising five short films. Based on the 1950s EC horror comic series, the films feature British stars including Joan Collins, Peter Cushing and Patrick Magee. The ghoulish tales comprise: '...And All Through the House', 'Reflection of Death', 'Poetic Justice', 'Wish You Were Here' and 'Blind Alleys'.
Philip Ridley directs this Faustian psychological thriller/horror set amid the violent ganglands of the East End of London. Jim Sturgess stars as Jamie Morgan, a young photographer whose life has always been blighted by a heart-shaped birthmark on his face. His acute self-consciousness and longing to fit in lead him into striking a deal with the enigmatic Papa B (Joseph Mawles) in which he can become handsome at last. But he soon discovers the horrific price that he must pay for his newfound good looks.
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