Spanish horror sequel. Picking up the action 15 minutes after the point where the original 2007 film left off, the plot follows a medical officer and a SWAT team armed with video cameras as they enter the quarantined apartment building in an attempt to neutralise the situation. They are at first relieved to find that the mysterious and deadly virus appears to be carried in the blood and not in the air - but in order to 'cure' the infected blood they must first locate those who have become possessed...
2008 American horror/thriller starring Famke Janssen. Having served seven years in prison for the self-defence manslaughter of her abusive policeman husband Mike (Michael Pare), Marnie Watson (Janssen) is released on condition that she wears an electronic tag ankle bracelet. The tag enforces her to stay within 100 feet of her home, otherwise she will be sent back to prison. Marnie soon finds herself being stalked by her husband's ex-police colleague (Bobby Cannavale), who is desperate for her to break the conditions of her release. Stuck at home, with the malevolent cop outside, Marnie's life goes from bad to worse when she discovers that the ghost of her husband is haunting the house and that he is looking for bloody revenge!
Lowell Dean directs this horror starring Katharine Isabelle, Michael Shanks and Brendan Fehr. When six forensic science students are given an assignment to conduct research on an abandoned island where life-term prisoners were once held, they are unaware of the horrors they are about to face. As they explore the island of Eerie Strait, they discover that the bodies of the lifers were never removed from the island. After finding a mysterious corpse out in the woods the group begin to realise that this is no ordinary science trip.
Supernatural horror. Five violent criminals have pulled off the perfect heist and are now holed up in an abandoned warehouse, waiting for their contact to show up as agreed. But they soon get the uncomfortable feeling that they are under surveillance and, before long, strange paranormal activities occur. The thieves realise with horror that their chances of ever seeing daylight again are diminishing with every minute that passes.
British werewolf horror. When Sarah Tyler (Isabella Calthorpe) reluctantly returns to her troubled family home in the deepest countryside, she and her family and friends find themselves besieged by a dark and deadly horror that threatens to wipe out the entire party. Tom Felton, Gemma Atkinson and Joshua Bowman co-star.
Horror thriller remake directed by Daniel Stamm and starring Mark Webber and Ron Perlman. Elliot (Webber)'s situation changes drastically when he receives a phone call offering him the chance of winning millions of dollars by performing 13 tasks of varying difficulty. Having recently lost his job and financial security, Elliot accepts the challenge. However, as the tasks grow increasingly more extreme, he runs the risk of losing his sanity and those closest to him. Meanwhile, Detective Chilcoat (Perlman) is the man in charge of cleaning up the mess left by Elliot and is committed to finding out the real cause of his behaviour.
Comedy horror. When a group of college students take a trip to Florida for the spring break holiday, they pass through a sinister Southern town called Pleasant Valley. The eccentric locals seem harmless and invite the students to stay for their annual barbecue. Little do the students know, that they're the ones on the menu as the town takes revenge for the South's defeat in the American Civil War.
Sci-fi horror written and directed by Christopher J. Miller. Born during a solar eclipse, 18-year-old Jack Slade (Kyle Morris) discovers he has the ability to travel in time and journeys forward to the year 2035. Once there, he discovers a bleak future where Dr. Shector (Mark McGarrey) and the Kronos corporation have used alien tissue to create an army of mutants to rule over the decimated wasteland. As the sole remaining solar eclipse kid, Jack must travel back in time to prevent the apocalyptic future and find the star child Khadijah (Jamie Katonic), who has mysterious powers of her own.
Scout Taylor-Compton, Christina Ulloa, Travis Van Winkle
Horror in which a group of friends find themselves locked in a sauna where the temperature inexorably rises. Jenna (Scout Taylor-Compton), Renee (Christina Ulloa), Ian (Travis Van Winkle) and Michael (Michael Copon) head to stay at a remote lakeside cabin in high spirits. The cabin is owned by Ian's Uncle Wade (Tyler Mane), but when he takes off the youngsters are left on their own and decide to try out the cabin's sauna. Unfortunately, Michael has been drinking heavily and accidentally locks the other three inside the sauna. Jenna, Renee and Ian initially think they are on the receiving end of one of Michael's practical jokes, but as the clock ticks on and the heat becomes increasingly intense they realise they are facing a battle for survival. Will any of them be able to keep their cool as the temperature rises?
Christopher Ray, son of schlock horror maestro Fred Olen Ray, directs this low-budget horror flick about a mutant two-headed shark. When a boat carrying a group of college students becomes stranded far from shore, the passengers fall prey to a vicious two-headed monster shark that will stop at nothing to devour every last body aboard.
Based on a true story about a peaceful Vermont farming valley that was flooded to create a luxurious lake resort. An outraged evicted farmer, whose mother and ancestors were buried in their 250 year old back yard cemetery, warns of the terror that would one day avenge the three greedy perpetrators - a land baroness, billionaire banker, and unscrupulous politician.
Three classic horror films. In Roger Corman's low-budget classic 'A Bucket of Blood' (1959) Dick Miller stars as a coffee-bar waiter who receives acclaim as an artist for his amazing true-to-life sculptures. Little do his admirers know that he only achieves his realistic effects by murdering his models and covering them in clay. In 'House on Haunted Hill' (1959) Vincent Price makes an offer of $10,000 to anyone who will spend the night in his haunted mansion, whilst 'Ghoul' (1934) features horror stalwart Boris Karloff as a mortally ill obsessed Egyptologist who demands to be buried with a sacred artefact bound to his hand, and swears vengeance from beyond the grave should anyone try to remove it.
Triple-bill of classic horror films. In 'Carnival of Souls' (1962) Mary Henry (Candace Hilligoss) survives a car accident, only to find herself plagued by visions of a sinister figure and strangely drawn to an old, abandoned carnival. 'The Ape Man' (1943) stars Bela Lugosi as James Brewster, a deranged scientist experimenting on a serum derived from the spinal fluid of gorillas. When the simian serum begins to turn Brewster into an ape-creature, he discovers that the antidote is a similar serum taken from the spinal fluids of human beings, forcing him into committing terrible crimes in an attempt to reverse the effects of his experiment. Finally, in 'Mesa of Lost Women' (1953), deranged scientist Dr Aranya (Jackie Coogan) experiments on captured women in his Mexican laboratory, in a bid to create a race of super-strong spiderwomen with which he can take over the world.
Josh Hartnett and Melissa George star in this big-screen adaptation of the vampire comic books by Steve Niles. In the sleepy, secluded Alaska town of Barrow, the sun sets and doesn't rise for over 30 consecutive days and nights. From the darkness, across the frozen wasteland, an evil is on its way that will bring the residents of Barrow to their knees. The only hope for the town is the Sheriff and Deputy, a husband and wife team who are torn between their own survival and saving the town they love.
Straight-to-video sequel to the 2007 film adaptation of the vampire comic books by Steve Niles. Almost a year has passed since the population of the remote Alaskan town of Barrow was decimated by vampires. When Stella (Kiele Sanchez) relocates to Los Angeles, a group of lost souls offer her the chance to exact revenge upon the vampire queen who killed her husband.
Rob Zombie writes and directs this horror thriller starring Sheri Moon Zombie and Jeff Daniel Phillips. On the eve of Halloween, a group of carnival workers are kidnapped and taken to a hidden ride called Murderworld. When they realise that they have become part of a sadistic game called '31', they must play along, fighting off maniacal clowns, if they ever again want to see the light of day...
Horror following a man who makes a pact with the Devil. Shortly after a building designed by achitect Noah (Ian Bohen) collapses and kills numerous people, he falls into a coma and wakes up to find a mysterious figure in his hospital room. The figure claims that Noah will go to Hell unless he can collect five souls to trade with the Devil in exchange for his own life. As Noah reaches his fifth victim he realises the deal he made may have consequences worse than death...
Sci-fi horror in which a group of journalists touring the top secret Area 51 facility stumble upon one of its most mysterious inhabitants. When pressure from the American population forces the Air Force to provide journalists with access to Area 51, Colonel John Martin (Bruce Boxleitner) is assigned the duty of escorting members of the press around the facility. However, the tour of journalists Sam (John Shea), Claire (Vanessa Branch), Mindy (Lena Clark) and Kevin (Damon Lipari) goes disastrously wrong when one of the facility's alien inmates takes advantage of their visit to escape from his cell. How much do the journalists really want to see what goes on at Area 51?
Barbara Mamabolo, Richard Alan Campbell, Krysta Carter
Teen horror drama in which a group of wayward yet uniformly attractive girls are sent to a reformatory set in an abandoned church where they do battle with a demon. St Marks' catholic school for girls has recently reopened as a spiritual boot camp after being closed 13 years ago due to the mysterious disappearance of a student. The prison-like atmosphere does its best to avoid welcoming five new faces that, in time, discover they have supernatural talent previously untapped. The villainous Father Drake (Ron Perlman) is ever at their elbow along with his henchwoman Headmistress Pearce (Amy Ciupak Lalonde). After their individual escape attempts fail even using their powers, they discover there is a malevolent force abroad, keeping them in the maw of St. Marks. They decide to join forces and unleash their mighty combined power upon the dark force 'Legion' but it's not as easy as it looks.
Low-budget horror. When a jetliner crashes to earth, there is only one survivor - a small boy, totally unharmed. Adopted by a childless couple, it soon becomes clear that there is more to this small boy than meets the eye, and that he is in reality the son of Satan himself.