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Double bill of supernatural horrors based on the novel by Susan Hill. In 'The Woman in Black' (2012), Arthur Kipps (Daniel Radcliffe) leaves his son (Misha Handley) behind in London to head off on an assignment to a remote village, but has little idea of what lies in store for him. Once there, Arthur discovers that the locals live in such fear of a mysterious figure known as the 'Woman in Black' that they keep their children locked away indoors, afraid that contact with the woman would harm them. Arthur's investigations lead him to believe that the woman is a ghost, haunted by her inability to save her son from drowning. When she turns her attention towards Arthur's own son, the lawyer is forced to confront the spectre head on. In the sequel 'The Woman in Black: Angel of Death' (2014), set 40-years later, a group of schoolchildren are evacuated from London during the blitz, accompanied by their young teacher Eve Parkins (Phoebe Fox). When the group arrives in the idyllic English countryside, they soon learn of the dark spirit that has long lain dormant in the Eel Marsh House. One by one the children begin to demonstrate strange behaviour and unexplainable happenings occur in their isolated home. Will Eve, with the help of the military, be strong enough to repel the ghostly woman bent on destruction and revenge for the loss of her son?
Animated horror directed by Tom Paton. In a decimated world overrun by monsters and dark, supernatural forces, vampire hunter Alberic Van Helsing finds himself in pursuit of an all-powerful vampire demigod, with the fate of the planet resting on his success. His quest takes him through the remains of Europe and sees him face-off against a number of demonic threats before he finally reaches his target.
Dystopian thriller sequel written and directed by James DeMonaco and starring Zach Gilford, Kiele Sanchez and Frank Grillo. Following on from events in the previous film, a year has passed and the time for society to purge itself of all murderous and violent urges has come back around. Desperate to get home to their children before The Purge commences, a young couple (Gilford and Sanchez) find themselves stranded when their car breaks down, leaving them at the mercy of a mob of masked attackers. Meanwhile, a man (Grillo) looking to avenge the murder of his son becomes the reluctant protector of a mother and daughter (Carmen Ejogo and Zoe Soul) on the run. Can they all survive the night?
In a small lakeside town in the French countryside, young women are disappearing without a trace. A Parisian reporter begins to uncover the deadly secrets of the 'lake of ghosts' and the dead, green Nazis who are aroused to action.
Erotic horror. A man, who seeks help for an injured women at a gothic castle, finds it inhabited by their 'darker' halves and a sex-crazed arachnid with a taste for stockings and sadomasochism.
David F. Sandberg directs this horror, based on his own short, starring Teresa Palmer, Gabriel Bateman and Maria Bello. After her husband is killed in a mysterious accident at work, Sophie (Bello) becomes mentally unstable and disturbed and spends much of her time communicating with an imaginary friend that lurks in the darkness. When her behaviour begins to affect her son Martin (Bateman), his older sister Rebecca (Palmer), who remembers their awful home life all too well, offers to shelter him in her apartment to keep him out of harm's way. With the reluctant help of her boyfriend Bret (Alexander DiPersia), Rebecca tries to uncover the mystery behind the entity her mother calls Diana as she researches her mother's past in a mental institution. But it seems Diana has now made Rebecca a target of her attacks when the lights go out...
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...
Documentary-style horror sequel from director Adam Wingard. 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...
Low-budget US slasher horror. When a group of college students decide to play an ancient board game they find in an abandoned factory, they release a powerful demon called Knucklebones that the Nazis created during the Second World War to destroy enemy troops. After being sealed away for so long, Knucklebones quickly begins another wild and bloody killing spree and sets his sights on the teenagers responsible for his resurrection.
Triple bill of dystopian horrors written and directed by James DeMonaco. In 'The Purge' (2013) Ethan Hawke stars as the head of a family forced to fight for their lives. With crime in America spiralling out of control and prison populations soaring, the government of the day implements a drastic new initiative to address the problem. For a 12-hour period once a year, all crime, including murder, is legal, as the police and other emergency services stand down for the night, allowing the population to regulate itself. The Purge is deemed a success due to plummeting crime levels and record low unemployment figures. But after placing their upmarket home under its yearly lockdown, James and Mary Sandin (Hawke and Lena Headey) and their family find themselves under siege from a crazed group of masked killers when their teenage son (Max Burkholder) offers shelter to the mob's terrified prey. In 'The Purge: Anarchy' (2014), following on from events in the previous film, a year has passed and the time for society to purge itself of all murderous and violent urges has come back around. Desperate to get home to their children before the Purge commences, a young couple (Zach Gilford and Kiele Sanchez) find themselves stranded when their car breaks down, leaving them at the mercy of a mob of masked attackers. Meanwhile, Leo Barnes (Frank Grillo), a man looking to avenge the murder of his son, becomes the reluctant protector of a mother and daughter (Carmen Ejogo and Zoe Soul) on the run. Finally, in 'The Purge: Election Year' (2016), two years on from the Purge night where Leo chose not to seek revenge against the man who killed his son, he is appointed Head of Security for presidential candidate Charlene Roan (Elizabeth Mitchell). With Charlene the front runner in the election race due to her vow to end the Purge tradition, Leo's duty is to protect her and ensure she survives the upcoming Purge, the one night where lawless violence and chaos prevail. When an unfortunate turn of events results in the pair being cast out onto the streets of D.C. on the night of the Purge, they must seek help from a band of anti-Purge rebels in order to survive.
Classic British horror directed by Freddie Francis. After experiencing a number of terrifying nightmares, young student Janet (Jennie Linden) is sent home from her boarding school. Now under the care of her guardian Henry Baxter (David Knight), Janet's nightmares become more regular as she starts having disturbing visions of a mysterious woman dressed in white. When Henry then brings home his wife, who looks exactly like the woman from Janet's dreams, it is enough to finally push a hysterical Janet over the edge.
Triple bill of horrors. In 'The Entity' (2015) a group of Peruvian students find a recording of people reacting to a reportedly cursed video on the dark web and decide to follow-up with those involved for a college project on reaction videos. In their investigation, the friends discover that the trio all met similar grim fates and they resolve to find out the mysterious cause by finding out more about the original footage they watched... In 'Julia' (2014), while on a date with a fellow intern, young New York nurse Julia (Ashley C. Williams) is drugged, raped and left for dead by her five attackers. After overhearing a conversation about a new breakthrough therapy to help rape victims Julia seeks counselling from the unorthodox Dr. Sgundud (Jack Noseworthy). When she gains a new feeling of self-empowerment as a result of the radical rehabilitation Julia takes it upon herself to get brutal revenge for her trauma. In 'The House With 100 Eyes' (2013) Ed (Jim Roof) and Susan (Shannon Malone) are just an average suburban couple but with one key exception: they run a home-made production company making films where people are killed on camera, known as snuff movies. Determined to push the boundaries of their art, the couple want to make the first ever triple kill feature film. Documenting their intentions for the movie, the couple search Hollywood for aspiring actors to star in their film. When they settle on three teenagers, Clutch (Andrew Hopper), Jamie (Larissa Lynch) and Crystal (Liz Burghdorf), the couple offer them each $500 in cash and rig their house with hidden cameras to film their participants and the ensuing horror...
Comedy horror co-written and directed by Jim Hosking. Middle-aged Brayden (Sky Elobar) lives with his grumpy father Big Ronnie (Michael St. Michaels) and together they run a small tour business in L.A. When the alluring Janet (Elizabeth De Razzo) takes a tour, it sparks a bitter competition for her affections between father and son. Things then take a sinister turn when a number of tour-goers end up murdered by a mysterious figure covered in grease and oil, leaving Brayden to suspect his junk food-loving father might have something to do with it.
Horror starring Ray Milland as an ageing, grumpy, disabled millionaire who invites his family to his island estate for his birthday celebration. Freelance wildlife photographer Pickett Smith (Sam Elliott) is doing a pollution layout of the island's surroundings for an ecology magazine while the celebrations begin. Its owner, Jason Crokett (Milland), hates nature and poisons anything that crawls on his property but on the night of his birthday the frogs, lizards, snakes and other creatures begin to seek their revenge...
Horror in which four winners of a competition find themselves taking part in a less enjoyable game. Jo (Scarlett Alice Johnson), Max (Jack Gordon), Gwen (Elen Rhys) and Dave (Michael Jibson) are delighted to win a trip to New York through a competition run on a social networking website. However, when they get on the private jet they believe will take them there, they find themselves forced to take part in a series of grisly games and engaged in a desperate struggle against an unseen enemy.
Low-budget US horror anthology. The film consists of five short, horrifying tales including a woman tormented by strange noises inside her house, a man who seeks help to cure his troubling sleepwalking, a frightened deaf girl walking home from school alone, a mother and daughter who have been scarred by years of abuse and a serial killer who's just found his next victim.
John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson star in this sci-fi horror based on the novel by Stephen King.
When a mysterious cell phone signal turns humans into vicious zombie-like creatures New England artist Clay Riddell (Cusack) teams up with some of his fellow survivors to stop the broadcast and find his son. After the electronic pulse turns every Boston mobile phone user into raging monsters, Clay heads north through the apocalyptic landscape in search of his ex-wife and son with a group including his neighbour Alice (Isabelle Fuhrman), train driver Tom McCourt (Jackson) and schoolboy Jordan (Owen Teague).
Ari Kirschenbaum writes and directs this low-budget US horror. On Halloween night in a small American town, the local police force find themselves terrorised by supernatural forces after Deputy Hancock (Charlene Amoia) brings in a strange, mute suspect. After placing them in a holding cell, each of Hancock's colleagues sees the prisoner as a different person from their past and is haunted by nightmarish visions. Things only get worse for the officers as armed zombies start walking the streets outside and the force must find a way to stop them.
When his dysfunctional family clashes over the holidays, young Max is disillusioned and turns his back on Christmas. Little does he know, this lack of festive spirit has unleashed the wrath of Krampus: a demonic force of ancient evil intent on punishing non-believers.
All hell breaks loose as beloved holiday icons take on a monstrous life of their own, laying siege to the fractured family's home and forcing them to fight for each other if they hope to survive.
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