“STEP RIGHT UP AND EXPERIENCE THE TRIOLOGY OF TERROR THAT PEOPLE ARE DYING TO SEE!
The Creeping Flesh – (1973) – Color – 94 minutes Rated PG
Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing
A Victorian-age scientist returns to London with his paleontological bag-of-bones discovery from Papua New Guinea. Unfortunately, when exposed to water, flesh returns to the bones unleashing a malevolent being on the scientist’s family and friends.
Brotherhood of Satan – (1971) – Color – 92 minutes – Rated PG
Strother Martin, L.Q. Jones, Charles Bateman, Ahna Capri
A family is trapped in a desert town by a cult of senior-citizens who recruit the town’s children to worship Satan.
Torture Garden – (1967) – Color – 93 minutes Not Rated
Jack Palance, Burgess Meredith, Peter Cushing, Robert Hutton
An anthology of four short horror stories about people who visit Dr. Diabolo’s fairground haunted-house attraction show.”
“”Invasion of the Bee Girls is the best schlock soft-core science fiction movie since The Vengeance of She, “, claimed film critic Roger Ebert. And who wouldn’t be terrified by the very thought of watching these lovely bee-hived beauties love their chosen mates to death? A government inspector, that’s who. And now he alone must stop their lust for killing, before he becomes one of the Queen Bee’s honeys! This bee-witching tale stars a pair of bee-uties: Anitra Ford (The Big Bird Cage) and Victoria Vetri (When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth).”
“When an ancient demon is accidentally unleashed in a sparsely populated Mississippi town of Chickory Creek, their only hope of survival lies in the hands of a grizzled old demon hunter Jebediah Woodley (Dolph Hunter) and his reluctant partner FBI agent Evelyn Pierce (Kristina Klebe)”
“Paralyzed by his fear of dying, Miles Grissom (Clark Freeman) offers a cash reward to the first person who can show him a ghost, an angel, a demon – anything to prove that we go on after our deaths. He narrows the responses down to three viable candidates – a scientist, a medium, and a worldly entrepreneur. And along with his fiercely protective mother (Annette O’Toole), he embarks on an adventure that will spiral into an unthinkable nightmare.”
“Dennis Peterson (Frederick Koehler, Death Race) is a mentally challenged teen who lives with his older brother John (Sean Patrick Flanery, Saw 3D: The Final Chapter). While John struggles between caring for Dennis and maintaining a relationship with his increasingly impatient girlfriend Lydia (Dina Meyer, Starship Troopers, Saw), Dennis finds a friend in his own reflection in an antique mirror. But in reality, the reflection is soon revealed to be an Evil Entity (Michael Berryman, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, The Hills Have Eyes) who is more charming, smarter and stronger than Dennis, and instructs him to do horrific things in order to ‘fix’ his brain. Tortured and confused, Dennis embarks on a murderous rampage, collecting the bodies in his basement. A police investigation, helmed by a determined social worker (Kim Darby, True Grit), targets the Peterson’s in an attempt to uncover the truth behind the murders. With the walls rapidly closing in, Dennis makes his final play…wit”
“In post-Hurricane Katrina New Orleans, disgraced cop Ben Chaney (Josh Lucas) has to deal with his drink problem while investigating the murder of a beautiful cellist (Lake Bell). In a supernatural twist he gets help from an unusual quarter – the ghost of the victim herself. She’s seeking to get justice for her brother (Nick Lashaway), who was convicted of her murder, but recent events lead Chaney to investigate an untrustworthy country club owner (Cary Elwes).”
“Marooned on a remote peninsula and haunted by frightening specters, a young man must confront the grotesque denizens of the night, or heed the Lighthouse Keeper’s cryptic warning to, ‘Always keep a light burning!'”
“From executive producer Ben Wheatley (Kill List, High-Rise) comes a mind-bending plunge into hallucinatory terror. Under siege by a mysterious enemy in an apocalyptic, war-torn landscape, a band of mercenary soldiers, hooded hostages in tow, seek refuge inside an abandoned military tank. But their sanctuary soon reveals itself to be a steel-walled prison. As the group succumbs to claustrophobia, paranoia, and increasingly disturbing delusions, it becomes clear that the real threat may lie not outside, but within. The directorial debut from longtime Wheatley collaborator Nick Gillespie unfolds like a delirious, pulse-pounding puzzle.”
“Marcus Crowe is a failed writer who struggles with reality. His girlfriend, Jill, is desperate for Marcus to pursue a proper career. Broke, the couple find a perfect room to rent owned by an old couple, Henry and Josephine Baker, who take a keen interest in the young couple’s lives. They are shocked when told the old couple have a new born baby. Stuck in the house 24-7 Marcus spirals into paranoia and believes the old couple is spying on them. When he finds the horrifying truth behind the baby, the old couple’s real reason for renting the room is revealed.”
“A bush-league group of amateur filmmakers venture into the backwoods of Georgia to search for the mysterious and elusive Bigfoot. As the team tries to overcome the forest – and each other – Steve, the group’s leader, is obsessed and will stop at nothing to track down the mystic monster. He’s out to prove to world that Bigfoot does exist.”
“For months, Jake Gray (Jensen Ackles, TV’s “Smallville”) has been haunted by disturbing premonitions of murder and self-mutilation he can’t explain -that is, until two high school friends, Dakota (Dominique Swain, Lolita) and Conrad, introduce him to a mysterious online computer game called The Pathway. Suddenly, Jake’s violent visions are brought to life as the game begins transforming his terrifying daydreams into gruesome reality. Hoping to escape his waking nightmare, Jake turns to Marisol (Shannyn Sossamon, A Knight’s Tale), a seductive new friend who dabbles in the mystic occult. Instead, the two find themselves confronting even greater horrors, including the terrifying secrets of Jake’s dark family past, in this chilling psychological thriller.”
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