Week of July 5-11:
1. The Beach House
Escaping to his family’s beach house to reconnect, Emily and Randall find their off-season trip interrupted by Mitch and Jane Turner, an older couple acquainted with Randall’s estranged father. Unexpected bonds form as the couples let loose and enjoy the isolation, but it all takes an ominous turn as increasingly strange environmental phenomena begin to warp their peaceful evening. As the effects of an infection become evident, Emily struggles to make sense of the contagion before it’s too late.
2. A Deadly Legend
Release: On Demand
A real estate developer buys an old summer camp to build new homes. However, the property has a dark history that ties to a legend of supernatural worship and human sacrifice. A celebration weekend turns deadly when construction disturbs forbidden ground. Unable to escape, they must fight for survival and destroy the ancient megalith, forever closing the gateway to the Dark Dimension and the spirits from beyond.
Release: Theatrical (Limited)
A young artist wakes up in a life that she doesn’t recognize, spending her time asleep haunted by nightmares of drowning in a black abysmal void. As she begins to uncover the truths of the life that she’s found herself in, the gravity of her failing reality weighs heavily on her psychological identity and the reliability of her sanity is called into question.
Release: Theatrical (Limited) / On Demand
When elderly mother Edna (Robyn Nevin) inexplicably vanishes, her daughter Kay (Emily Mortimer) and granddaughter Sam (Bella Heathcote) rush to their family’s decaying country home, finding clues of her increasing dementia scattered around the house in her absence. After Edna returns just as mysteriously as she disappeared, Kay’s concern that her mother seems unwilling or unable to say where she’s been clashes with Sam’s unabashed enthusiasm to have her grandma back. As Edna’s behavior turns increasingly volatile, both begin to sense that an insidious presence in the house might be taking control of her.
Release: Theatrical (Limited) / On Demand
In this time-bending cerebral science-fiction thriller, a man afflicted with clairvoyance tries to change his fate when a series of events leads to a vision of his own imminent murder.
Special Agent Emanuel Ritter leads a police investigation into a series of shocking deaths. But after a priest from the Vatican finds a link between the murders and an ancient demon, a descent into horror ensues.
7. Black Rainbow
Mike Hodges (Flash Gordon, Get Carter) wrote and directed this supernatural chiller as a meditation on the human race’s ability to destroy the world, a gothic tale of suspense and the occult, guaranteed to send shivers down your spine. Martha Travis (Rosanna Arquette) is a travelling clairvoyant on the road with her sceptic father (Jason Robards). During a séance, Martha communicates a message from a dead man to his wife in the audience. Shocked the wife insists her husband is still alive. Later that evening the husband is killed by a ruthless assassin. As Martha foresees more and more tragic events, journalist Gary Wallace (Tom Hulce) follows the pair in pursuit of a hot story with catastrophically eerie results.
The undisputed Godfather of Gore Herschell Gordon Lewis (Blood Feast, Two Thousand Maniacs) heads up this twisted horror gore anthology, marking the last film work of this celebrated genre master.
9. Dead Voices
Two sisters film a documentary about spiritual mediums. After their first failed attempt with a faux medium, they come across Mike, a seemingly legitimate communicator with the dead. Mike reveals a disturbing mystery; Sara’s fiancée, Lucas, long thought to have died, might be alive at his childhood home. Mike joins the girls as dark secrets and horrific events follow.
10. Deadly Crush
A small-town sheriff (William Sadler) and an ex-priest (Courtney Gains) team up to protect a resident artist (Aria London) from an obsessive rapist and the malevolent ghost of a murder victim — only to have her resist their efforts when she finds herself falling in love with the seductive ghost (Dakota Aesquivel). Following several erotic spectal-sexual encounters, she abandons the town, the sheriff, and the ex-priest, and finds herself on the run with her ghost-lover after the rapist is found dead in her cabin. The only problem with her new liberating sexually-charged relationship is that her ghost-lover may be hiding his own violent past, even from her.
11. Escape Room: Quest of Fear
In the cold Russian winter, a group of friends decide to celebrate Halloween night by going to an Escape Room where the group is assigned to escape mad cannibal psychopaths let loose in the labyrinth of an old Moscow palace. At first the game seems fun, but soon an old blood vendetta sets off the Quest Master, who has sent a real sect of sadistic mad killers against the young group, who suddenly find themselves in a frantic search for an escape from the now very real horrors of The Quest of Fear!
12. Five Must Die
Five college archaeology students go urban spelunking in an abandoned insane asylum, and then very quickly find themselves tapped inside by the worst blizzard in over a century, only to discover that they are not alone as one of the team slowly begins to betray the group, falling victim to the malevolent ghost inside the haunted asylum.
13. The Flesh and the Fiends: Special Edition
Edinburgh, 1827. Irish immigrants Burke (George Rose) and Hare (Donald Pleasence) hit upon the idea of selling the bodies of the recently deceased to eminent surgeon Dr. Robert Knox (Peter Cushing). Dr. Knox, knowing that experimental vivisection is the only way for medicine to make progress, forms an uneasy alliance with the self-styled body snatchers. When Burke and Hare’s supply of available corpses begins to run out, they decide to speed the process along by murdering the poor and the homeless. Men and women, old and young, everyone becomes a target for the deadly duo, but even as the body count rises, Knox turns a blind eye to their methods in order to further his research. But after one of his own medical students is murdered, Knox finds it difficult to remain impassive. The Flesh and the Fiends is presented in this special edition in its original UK version and its 74-minute US cut, The Fiendish Ghouls.
14. Inferno of Torture
Exploitation legend Teruo Ishii (Horrors of Malformed Men, Orgies of Edo) delivers one of his most extreme visions of violent eroticism in this, the sixth in his abnormal love series. Tattoos and torture await women forced into servitude in Ishii’s Inferno of Torture. Unable to repay a local lender, Yumi (Yumika Katayama) takes up an offer to serve as a geisha for two years with a promise of freedom once her debt is repaid. She quickly realizes that this is less a house of geishas than an extremely cruel brothel specializing in supplying western visitors with tattooed playthings. Taken under the wing of one of the leading tattoo artists vying for a coveted spot in the Shogun’s good graces through his work, Yumi’s body becomes a battleground as a rival artist becomes determined not to lose his spot at the top. When the madam, Otatsu (Mieko Fujimoto) trains her eye on the blossoming relationship between the benevolent artist Horihide (Teruo Yoshida) and his model, she makes sure than her stay is less than hospitable, inspiring the torturous inferno of the title.
15. Jungle Holocaust: Special Edition
A small plane carrying Robert Harper and his friend Rolf crash lands in an isolated development in New Guinea. After the pilot and his female companion are killed by a tribe of cannibals, the two friends on the run are separated and Robert is captured by a rival tribe, who may not be cannibals, but are cruel and primitive beyond belief. Tortured and humiliated, Robert is taken to the edge of his sanity by a series of acts so horrible that they are practically beyond human comprehension. Only the fact that one of the tribe women sympathizes with him, gives Robert the strength to plan a desperate escape, but standing in his way back to civilization are the cannibal tribe responsible for the death of his crew members. This cannibal classic directed by Ruggero Deodato played all over America as The Last Survivor in an edited form, now watch this classic uncut from a Brand New HD master.
16. Mark of the Devil 666: The Moralist: 25th Anniversary Edition
A killer targets citizens deemed responsible for society’s downfall.
17. The Millennial Killer
When Naomi and Daniel went looking to find their first shared home together, they expected to live together forever, but their Realtor had other plans. The Real Estate Agent is taking a personal vendetta against Generation Y, but Naomi’s fate becomes worse than death. She is kept alive long enough to see other victims succumbing to the Real Estate Agent’s skewed inner fear and his need to protect his generation from the Millennials. Who is the real victim of the Millennial Killer — the ones who die, the ones who survive, or the one who is adversely affected by the changing values of modern society..?
In an audacious feat of cinematic bricolage, Jess Franco utilized footage from three decades of filming to craft a unique story that pays homage to the morbid poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, while indulging the director’s personal obsessions. Antonio Mayans stars as Harker, who visits the crumbling castle of his former mentor, Eric Usher (Howard Vernon), now on the brink of mental collapse. Just as the house opens its doors to reveal dreadful, erotic secrets in every corner, Usher delves into his own memories and shares the causes of his increasing madness. AKA Revenge in the House of Usher.
19. Parts Unknown
After losing their livelihoods, a crazed family of disgraced professional wrestlers embarks on a spree of murder and carnage to satisfy a deal made with a demonic entity from another dimension.
Four repressed teens and a projectionist working at a small-town movie theater discover a secret room filled with vintage exploitation films. Playing one of the old films unleashes a demon who attempts to seduce each of them and steal their souls.
21. The Scientist
A haunting psychological thriller about an unconventional scientist, Steve Unger, who struggles to care for his terminally-ill wife Darlene, who only has but a few weeks left to live. While trying to stay strong for his wife and 10-year-old daughter Lily, Steve hastily embarks on a journey to develop a cure to fix Darlene and keep his family together. Ignoring all legal and moral boundaries in search for his cure, his methods of treatment and tampering with human DNA, could lead to the extinction of humanity.
22. Stab Kill Die!
A woman, unaware that she’s being manipulated by a gory, alien sex parasite, suddenly finds herself thrust into a world of bloody horror as her own reality collides with a group of Satan worshiping young cheerleaders who murder and cannibalize their way through the dark woods.
Brian and his estranged paintball team are back on the bus after five years, and they’re up for one final mission. But Happy Valley Paintball Park has something waiting for them in the woods, and it ain’t all that happy: a genuine Satanic Knights Templar monk ritual, which leads to the summoning of a huge dark Guardian Knight to the grounds to terrorize the weekend warriors.
24. Take Back the Knife
When three girls head out for a relaxing weekend in the woods, their plans are ruined by a crazed killer set to pick them off. What their attacker doesn’t know is that they’ve survived this kind of thing before… and this time they’re ready for a fight, and blood is going to be spilled, because these girls are done with running from their demons!
25. Tooth Fairy: The Root of Evil
Haunted by what happened to him as a child, Corey has all but repressed the memory of the demonic Tooth Fairy that terrorized him and his family 20 years ago. As disturbing nightmares and residual memories increasingly plague him, everything comes to a head at a reunion between Corey and his old Uni friends. One by one they are killed, and their teeth extracted, with the friends pointing the finger squarely at Corey. Finally the true horror of what is behind the killings is revealed, with the return of The Tooth Fairy.
26. Virgin Cheerleaders in Chains
Virgin Cheerleaders in Chains was supposed to be a low-budget horror movie… But as the novice crew stumble upon the perfect location to shoot the climax of their film — an abandoned orphanage in the middle of nowhere — they inadvertently run afoul of a twisted family of sadistic killers who want to turn the group’s horror flick into a blood-soaked reality show.
27. Zombie for Sale
When the illegal human experiments of Korea’s biggest Pharmaceutical company go wrong, one of their ”undead” test subjects escapes and ends up in a shabby gas station owned by the Park family a band of misfits spanning three generations who hustle passers-by to make ends meet. When the Park family uncover their undead visitor, he bites the head of their household, who instead of transforming into an undead ghoul becomes revitalised and full of life! The family then hatch a plan to exploit this unexpected fountain of youth, allowing locals to pay to be bitten too, until things go wrong.