Week of February 18-24:
1. Butchers Book Two: Raghorn
Release: Theatrical (Limited) (On Demand Feb. 29)
“Butchers” introduced a family of sadistic butchers, living in the backcountry, who see anyone that crosses their path as dead meat. In “Butchers Book Two: Raghorn,” the story continues when a car accident leaves the captors in the hands of brutal cannibals who plan to hack them up for meat.
2. Cold Meat
Release: Theatrical (Limited)/On Demand
While passing through the Colorado Rockies, David stops for a meal at a diner and ends up heroically saving a young waitress from her violent ex-husband. David hits the road again amid a dangerous blizzard, and one false move sends him into a ravine in the eye of the storm. Slowly running out of resources, it’s hard to tell what will get him first: the cold or the beast that’s prowling outside.
3. History of Evil
A family on the run from corruption takes refuge in a safe house with an evil past. What unfolds next will shake you to your core. Starring Paul Wesley and Jackie Cruz.
4. Lovely, Dark, and Deep
Release: On Demand
Lennon, a ranger with a desire to rid herself of the past, investigates a mystery in the woods with a history of disappearances. As she descends further into the forest, the trees once again become a space where no one can hear you scream.
5. The Omicron Killer
Release: Theatrical (Limited)
A Copycat Serial Killer goes on a rampage to prove he’s even more deadly than the original. The media redubs him The Omicron Killer.
Release: Theatrical (Limited)
Grief-stricken after the loss of her child, Vanessa takes refuge at a lake house only to be met with an aberration of herself from a parallel universe and realizes the multiverse gates hold the key to releasing her grief or trapping her forever. Starring Danielle Deadwyler, Aldis Hodge and Edwin Hodge.
Release: Theatrical (Limited) (On Demand March 15)
Ella Blake is a stop-motion animator who is struggling to control her demons after the loss of her overbearing mother. Suddenly alone in the world, she embarks upon the creation of a macabre new puppet film, which soon becomes the battleground for her sanity. As Ella’s mind starts to fracture, the characters in her animated film take on a terrifying life of their own, and the unleashed power of her imagination threatens to destroy her.
A police detective races to save the captives of a dark web game show, where the losers are executed via live broadcast. For the sadistic masked host, this is all part of his master plan to gain ratings.
9. Leviathan 4K
Plunge into this go-for-the-jugular sci-fi thriller starring Peter Weller (RoboCop) and Richard Crenna (First Blood) and featuring non-stop action, nerve-shattering suspense and awesome creatures by special-effects legend Stan Winston (Aliens). On the dark and forbidding ocean floor, the crew of a deep-sea mining rig discovers a sunken freighter that harbors a deadly secret: a genetic experiment gone horribly wrong. With a storm raging on the surface and no hope of rescue, the captain (Weller) and his team are propelled into a spine-tingling battle for survival against the ultimate foe—a hideous monster that cannot die…and lives to kill.
10. Midnight Peepshow
An unnamed Madame owns and operates a peepshow offering patrons a tailor-made experience wrapped around their deepest desires, fears, and sins. Tonight, it welcomes a businessman who has a unique connection to an extreme fantasy website on the dark web. He soon becomes a witness to three stories of victims that found the same website, and now the Midnight Peepshow has found him. It will only be a matter of time before he is made to pay the ultimate price for dabbling in the dark side of his own desire.
11. Slashening: The Final Beginning
A timid woman, traumatized by a brutal event in her past, joins a support group that an unknown killer cuts a bloody path through.