From the director of Babysitter Massacre and Haunted House on Sorority Row comes a shocking new film critics are calling "fresh and original" and "what horror audiences want" In his final ...
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After the loss of one of their friends, a group of unsuspecting babysitters find themselves stalked by a faceless killer who takes great pleasure in slaughtering young women on the night of Halloween. Has he returned for the rest of them?
A fledging sorority moves into a dilapidated house only to find something evil is lurking in the shadows. Is it an elaborate hazing ritual? Or is something sinister - something paranormal - behind the mental and physical assault?
Erin R. Ryan,
Charlie who is a professional screenwriter trying to make ends meet by pumping out as many screenplays as he can. Erin is an actress appearing in films and theatre productions hoping to ... See full summary »
Titus Young Wolverton,
Erin R. Ryan,
Dealing with family is hard, the rest is just gravy. Thanksgiving is a time when families get together to eat good food and share in the spirit of thankfulness. That is, of course, a best ... See full summary »
Posing as a photographer, a keen connoisseur of dehumanisation lures deliciously innocent models into her dark pit of torture. However, her latest quarry isn't willing to go down without a fight. What will it take to break her will?
An agoraphobic woman with autism begins summoning spirits to be her friends while her brother/caretaker is gone during the day, but the more time she spends with the spirits the more it becomes clear they aren't so friendly after all.
Adam Scott Clevenger,
Our film is about Neil who is a painter and graphic designer, on a morning just like any other morning his girlfriend Amanda leaves him and moves out of their house (don't worry, it's a ... See full summary »
Experimental b&w anthology film with no dialogue consisting of four gruesome psychosexual stories featuring a masked cast. A woman hates her family. An elderly person is abused. A woman hates her dad. A nut abducts his female co-worker.
From the director of Babysitter Massacre and Haunted House on Sorority Row comes a shocking new film critics are calling "fresh and original" and "what horror audiences want" In his final night as a radio host, shock jock Amos Satan spins four spine-tingling tales of terror in this anthology of urban legends inspired by Creepshow and Tales from the Crypt. Scarewaves. Listen if you dare.
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Crappy horror movie you can laugh at
It's not a great movie but it's not completely awful either. I found myself laughing quite a few times throughout. The T&A sprinkled in wherever they could also helped me enjoy it just that little bit more. The thing that surprised me most though was that in one of the stories they actually got me with a decent jump scare. Kudos. But yeah, try to give this movie some leeway, at times you will wish it was over.
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