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Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) returns in this gore-soaked sequel. After eluding the cops, psychopathic killer Jigsaw turns an abandoned warehouse on the edge of town into a gruesome torture chamber. Jigsaw's new protegee Amanda (Shawnee Smith) kidnaps a doctor who's forced to keep the evil master alive. Barely clinging to life, Jigsaw begins to carry out his gruesome plans for the doctor and another helpless victim.
Six more instalments from the TV horror series in which the world's most acclaimed directors of horror and suspense tell their darkest dreams in their own distinctive styles. This volume contains six films: Dario Argento's 'Jenifer', Tobe Hooper's 'Dance of the Dead', Takashi Miike's 'Imprint', Larry Cohen's 'Pick Me Up', William Malone's 'Fair Haired Child' and John McNaughton's 'Haeckel's Tale'.
Reworking of Anthony Shaffer's 1973 cult classic. Upon receiving a letter from his one-time fiancee, Willow (Kate Beahan), imploring him to search for her missing daughter on the secluded island of Summersisle, California highway patrolman Edward Malus (Nicolas Cage) quickly makes his way to the island to locate the girl and seek an answer as to why Willow suddenly and inexplicably disappeared shortly before their wedding date. Once there, Malus is troubled to discover that although there are traces of the child to be found in such locations as the local schoolhouse, the residents of Summersisle seem reluctant to offer any specific details as to the girl's apparent death. His investigation effectively stalled by the highly secretive Wiccan community, Sheriff Malus soon discovers that there are still some cultures that have their own unique beliefs about humankind's relationship with Mother Earth, and refuse to adapt to the rules of modern society.
'60's British B-movie chiller featuring voodoo, the supernatural and general dark arts. A comely young British teacher takes up a remote posting in darkest Africa where the local juju man lays a hex on her. She has a breakdown and is forced to return to the UK. There, she takes up a post at a rural school where all appears well on the surface. It turns out, however, that the place is a hotbed of witchery and darkness and that a virgin sacrifice is planned for the near future. The film was directed by Cyril Frankel, who'd made Hammer's 1960 child abuse drama 'Never Take Sweets From a Stranger', and the script was by Quatermass author Nigel Kneale. Their depiction of sinister undercurrents in a pastoral setting wasn't sinister enough for the BBFC, however, who only granted the film an 'A' certificate. Hammer persuaded them to reconsider, but this accomplished film still failed to find an audience.
A Hammer classic, where a newly wed school girl has been attacked twice by a man with one arm. When she seeks refuge in her new school, she finds the school empty when it should be full.
Cult horror. In a remote farming community in Wales, a local girl and her boyfriend are seemingly abducted by aliens. Cable TV show 'Weird Worlde' decide to investigate, and presenter Michelle Fox (Emily Booth) is dispatched to interview the girl, who now claims that she has been impregnated by her alien abducters. Concerned about her ratings, Michelle isn't above doctoring the evidence, but then all hell breaks out when the real aliens arrive, forcing the TV crew and an assorted cast of eccentric Welsh farmers to tool up with whatever weapons come to hand, and fight off the evil alien menace.
From the vaults of the legendary Hammer Film Productions come 21 classic movies, the cream of Hammer's horror, science fiction and fantasy productions, featuring iconic performances from Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Bette Davis and many others.
This definitive box set includes such renowned films as Dracula Prince of darkness, The Plague of the Zombies, One Million Years BC, Quartermass and the Pit, Frankenstein Created Woman, Blood From The Mummies Tomb, Demons Of The Mind, Viking Queen, Fear In The Night, The Horror Of Frankenstein, The Nanny, Prehistoric Women, Rasputin The Mad Monk, The Reptile, The Scars Of Dracula, SHE, The Vengeance Of SHE, To The Devil A Daughter, Straight On Till Morning, The Witches. and The Devil Rides out.
With a legion of extras including audio commentaries, trailers, interviews and the full-length documentary "To the Devils...the Death of Hammer", this is a must for any Hammer fan.
A Hammer horror classic starring Christopher Lee as Rasputin, the monk who the Russian Tsarina takes under her wing. The story begins with Rasputin, after using his powers to cure an innkeeper's wife, throwing a party, raping the innkeeper's daughter and cutting off the hand of her suitor. He then refuses to apologise to the Abbot of his monastery and leaves for St Petersburg, deciding to use his faith-healing powers for his own hedonistic ends. It is here that he eventually wangles his way into the Tsarina's court and she allows him more and more power.
This penultimate entry in Hammer's 'Frankenstein' series is the only one not to feature Peter Cushing as the misguided Baron. Instead, Ralph Bates takes on the role of Victor Frankenstein, the scientist whose attempts to create life result in a murderous monster going on the rampage in the local community. Cushing returned for the final instalment, 'Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell' (1973).
Anna (Angharad Rees) is unknowingly the daughter of Jack the Ripper, and as a child witnessed the death of her mother at her evil father's hands. Some fifteen years later the young woman has become terribly troubled by something and enters strange violent trances. Her case is assigned to psychiatrist Dr Pritchard (Eric Porter) who believes he can cure Anna, but as he uncovers her violent memories and her murderous behaviour is unleashed he starts to fear that the case is spiralling out of control.
Horror set in the eerie and deserted town of Silent Hill where a young mother is desperate to find a cure for her only child's illness. Unable to accept the doctor's diagnosis that her daughter should be permanently institutionalised for psychiatric care, Rose (Radha Mitchell) flees with her child, heading for the abandoned town in search of answers and ignoring the protests of her husband (Sean Bean). It's soon clear this place is unlike anywhere she's ever been. It's smothered by fog, inhabited by a variety of strange beings and periodically overcome by a living Darkness that literally transforms everything it touches. As Rose searches for her little girl, she begins to learn the history of the strange town and realises that her daughter is just a pawn in a larger game.
Horror comic book adaptation. Deep in the swamps of the Florida Everglades, a real estate tycoon is trying to develop the land for commercial use when one of his crewmen is killed. A local Seminole Indian tribe gets the blame, but they know that the real culprit is the monstrous Man Thing, a living plant creature that burns to death anyone within whom he senses fear. The Man Thing was once a scientist himself, but has become hideously deformed after injecting himself with an experimental serum, and is condemned to wander the swamps for eternity.
Box set containing two classic horror movies. In 'Village of the Damned' (1960), the sudden and temporary paralysis of a small English hamlet, which is followed by the town's women becoming mysteriously pregnant. The spawn of this occurrence are a dozen eerie, blonde-haired children, who are either gifted, evil, or 'the world's new people'. In 'Children of the Damned' (1963), scientists discover that there are five children who each have enormous intelligence. The children are flown to London to be studied, but they escape the laboratory and gather in a church.
Horror from director Robert Zemeckis. What begins as a weekend getaway for six friends becomes a terrifying fight for their lives. A road trip to one of the biggest college football games of the year takes a turn for the worse for Carly (Elisha Cuthbert), Paige (Paris Hilton) and their friends when they decide to camp out for the night before heading to the game. A confrontation with a mysterious trucker at the camp site leaves everyone unsettled, and Carly has her hands full trying to keep the peace between her boyfriend Wade (Jared Padalecki) and her hot-headed brother Nick (Chad Michael Murray). They wake up the next morning to find that their car might have been deliberately tampered with. At the risk of being stranded, they accept a local's invitation for a ride into Ambrose, the only town for miles. Once there, they are drawn to Ambrose's main attraction - Trudy's House of Wax, which is filled with remarkably life-like wax sculptures. But as they soon discover, there is a shocking reason the exhibits look so real. As the friends uncover the town's dark secrets, they are stalked by a mysterious killer and find themselves in a bloody battle for survival. The group must find a way out of Ambrose - or become permanent additions to the House Of Wax.
Thriller centering on a military veteran (Adrien Brody) who returns to his native Vermont suffering from bouts of amnesia. When he is accused of murder and lands in an asylum, a well-meaning doctor puts him on a heavy course of experimental drugs, restrains him in a jacket-like device, and locks him away in a body drawer of the basement morgue. The process sends him on a journey into the future, where he can foresee his death in four day's time. Now the only question that matters is: can the woman he meets in the future save him?
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.
Every 23rd Spring, for 23 Days, it gets to eat. Today is the last day of a horrific feeding frenzy, and the Creeper is still hungry for more!
On a deserted highway, a school bus is carrying a basketball team and its cheerleaders back from a triumphant game. The bus breaks down on a lonely stretch of road and the thrill of victory is quickly replaced by terror, as the journey becomes a road trip to hell! As the sun sets, the Creeper descends on the bus and picks off the athletes one by one, sniffing out his victims. Will any of them survive? Or will they all provide the Creeper with another horrific helping of mouth-watering morsels, in this nerve-jangling horror?
Mystery horror following a group of friends who find themselves fighting for their lives on a weekend away. While boating on the Norfolk Broads the friends discover something sinister hidden within the reeds. With their boat grounded to a halt and night setting in, they have no way to escape from the evil forces.
Salvage operators Sean Murphy (Gabriel Byrne) and Maureen Epps (Julianna Margulies) think they might have struck the mother lode when they discover evidence of an abandoned cruise liner floating freely in the Bering Strait. They waste no time in tracking the ship down, and can't believe their luck when they discover numerous gold bars on board; however, they also recognise the need to work quickly as a rip in the ship's hull indicates that it might soon sink and be lost forever. Yet as the crew set to work and explore the ship further, they start to encounter ghostly phenomena and, one by one, the individual members begin turning up dead.
Actress Chris MacNeil (Ellen Burstyn) has every reason to be content, having just completed a film with director Burke Dennings (Jack MacGowran). However, she becomes disturbed by the changes taking place in her 12-year-old daughter, Regan (Linda Blair). At first sullen and withdrawn, Regan becomes aggressive and blasphemous, and ugly welts appear on her face and body. No medical cure is forthcoming, and after Burke is killed by being thrown from Regan's window, Chris turns to local Jesuit priest Father Damien Karras (Jason Miller) for help. Karras then calls in exorcist Father Lankester Merrin (Max von Sydow), who confirms that Regan is possessed by the devil. William Peter Blatty's screenplay, based on his own novel inspired by actual events, won an Oscar, and the film was deemed so powerful that it was refused a BBFC certificate for fifteen years.
Willem Dafoe, Sam Neill and Ethan Hawke star in this sci-fi action horror. In the year 2019, a global plague has transformed almost every human being on the planet into a vampire. Humankind is now a hunted minority, accounting for less than five percent of the world's population - and has become a vital food source controlled and harvested by cynical businessmen such as Charles Bromley (Neill). Faced with a dwindling blood supply and a desperate future, a team of scientists led by Edward (Hawke) joins forces with a covert band of vampires to find a way to save humankind.
Ana Lily Amirpour writes and directs this Persian vampire horror. Set in the fictional Iranian underworld, in a town known as Bad City, the story follows discontented youngster Arash (Arash Marandi) as he deals with life in the lawless town. His grand dreams of escape are dashed by the antics of his drug addicted father Hossein (Marshall Manesh) who forces his son to give up his vintage car to pay off a debt to his dealer Saeed (Dominic Rains). Meanwhile, a silent, hijab-wearing vampire (Sheila Vand) stalks the town's streets to exact revenge on the men who prey on her fellow women. But when she meets Arash her hostilities vanish as she warms to the brooding human and vows to use her unique skill set to try and help him.
Kate Hudson stars in this horror, set in New Orleans. Caroline (Hudson) is a care worker who moves in with terminally ill Ben (John Hurt) to look after him. Suspicious of his emotionally cold wife Violet (Gena Rowlands), and able to sense a strange atmosphere in the house, Caroline gets hold of a skeleton key that allows her access to the house's many locked rooms. In the attic she finds a room decked out with the grotesque remains of a voodoo ritual, although Violet claims not to have known of its existence. As Ben suffered his stroke shortly after discovering the room himself, Caroline is determined to find the secret to the sinister house, and its dark history as a centre of occult worship.
Mario Bava directs this Italian gothic horror from the 1960s. Christopher Lee plays the sadistic Kurt Menliff, who returns to his family's castle where many of its occupants blame him for the suicide of his former lover, a servant girl. Kurt soon begins a violent love affair with his brother's new bride Nevenka (Daliah Lavi) but before long he is stabbed to death. While the family deliberate who is responsible, he appears as a ghost and haunts the object of his desire...
Ten strangers discover they've applied for the job interview from hell in this Japanese horror directed by Hideo Nakata. After responding to an advert for a position that seems too good to be true, the prospective candidates soon realise their mistake when they find themselves trapped in an underground compound in a bloody, last-man-standing battle for survival.
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