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    Godzilla vs. Destoroyah

    Godzilla vs. Destoroyah

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    Released 1995
    Godzilla vs. Destroyah is a 1995 Japanese monster film and the 22nd installment of the Godzilla series. This film immediately follows Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla, beginning with the chaos following SpaceGodzilla's destruction. Birth Island is destroyed, and Gozilla's son, LittleGodzilla, is presumed dead. Godzilla, despite saving Earth from its most recent global threat, appears in Hong Kong covered in bizarre glowing rashes and destroys the city. Scientists are confused by Godzilla's sudden animosity. The G-Force hires brilliant college student Kenichi Yamane to research Godzilla's condition and present a solution. Yemane quickly deduces that the atomic dinosaur is suffering a nuclear heart attack from absorbing too much energy. If the monster isn't treated, his death could trigger an explosion that would destroy planet Earth. As if that wasn't enough, a new threat appears from the ashes of the original Godzilla, killed in 1954. The Destroyah are vicious and strange. The creatures are evolving quickly and becoming more deadly by the minute. The ensuing battle between the huge monsters could destroy the world unless the human scientists can find a way to cure Godzilla. Godzilla vs. Destroyah is the thrilling conclusion to the seven-part Heisei series, starring Yasufumi as the young hero Kenichi Yamane.moreless
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    The Island of Dr. Moreau

    The Island of Dr. Moreau

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    Released 1977
    The Island of Dr. Moreau is a 1977 science fiction film directed by Don Taylor. It is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by H.G. Wells. After Andrew Braddock's (Michael York) ship sinks in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, he escapes on a raft and drifts to an isolated island. He soon discovers the residence of Dr. Moreau (Burt Lancaster), a scientist who claims that he is doing medical research. The other inhabitants of Dr. Moreau's compound include a reclusive, alcoholic scientist named Dr. Montgomery (Nigel Davenport), Dr. Moreau's servant M'Ling (Nick Cravat), and Dr. Moreau's mistress, Maria (Barbara Carrera). Although he receives a warm welcome, Braddock soon discovers that the Dr. Moreau is actually on an insane quest to morph animals into humans. When Braddock learns that Dr. Moreau has decided to conduct his crazed experiments on him, he struggles to survive the terrors of the island.moreless
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    It! The Terror From Beyond Space

    It! The Terror From Beyond Space

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    Released 1958
    It! The Terror From Beyond Space is a 1958 science fiction/horror movie directed by Edward L. Cahn. After a manned space shuttle lands on Mars in 1973, Colonel Edward Carruthers (Marshall Thompson) makes a desperate call to Earth to state that his nine crew members have been killed by an alien. The United States Space Commission doubts his story and suspects that he murdered his crew. A new shuttle, which is led by Commander Van Heusen (Kim Spalding), then travels to Mars to bring Carruthers back to Earth for questioning. When Van Heusen and the crew take Carruthers into their spacecraft, they are initially hostile towards him and refuse to listen to his warnings about alien lifeforms. However, they soon realize that Carruthers is telling the truth when they discover that a bloodthirsty creature has boarded their spacecraft through the airlock. As the alien begins a vicious assault on the astronauts, they must find a way to kill the creature before it kills them.moreless
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    The Eyes of Laura Mars

    The Eyes of Laura Mars

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    Released 1978
    The Eyes of Laura Mars is a 1978 thriller starring Faye Dunaway and Tommy Lee Jones in a film about a popular fashion photographer with a penchant for violent scenes who becomes caught in a string of murders as bloody and depraved as her photographs. Dunaway plays Laura Mars, a beautiful artist with an eye for violence. Her work is well-known and controversial. She has an upcoming anthology featuring a selection of her work called The Eyes of Laura Mars, but shortly before its release she begins experiencing disturbing visions of people close to her having their eyes stabbed with an ice pick. The visions become even more disturbing when she discovers they're visions of reality, and her friends are actually dying. The police realize she's the central target of a serial killer. Lt. John Neville (Tommy Lee Jones) is appointed to the case, and he develops a rocky romance with Laura while he protects her from harm. As the killer creeps closer to Laura, she must wonder who could commit these crimes, why she's seeing the visions, and if there's any chance she'll survive. The Eyes of Laura Mars is directed by Irvin Kershner and written by John Carpenter.moreless
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    The Secret of the Red Orchid

    The Secret of the Red Orchid

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    Released 1967
    The Secret of the Red Orchid (originally titled Das R''tsel der roten Orchidee) is a 1962 crime thriller by West German writer Edgar Wallace. Scotland Yard Inspector Weston (Adrian Hoven) and FBI agent Captain Allerman (Christopher Lee) team up to tackle the mystery of a series of London blackmail and murders aimed at rich businessmen. The crimes are being perpetrated by figures styling themselves "The Patrons of the Rich," who demand payoffs from their victims if they don't want to join the ranks of the murdered. Allerman, the FBI's agent with the most experience with gangs, has been brought in because authorities suspect the involvement of Chicago mobster boss Gunner Steve (Klaus Kinski), who's set up shop in the city. Meanwhile, socialite Lilian Ranger (Marisa Mel) is worried about her butler Parker (Eddie Arent), whose former employers all keep dying. Weston and Allerman fight to keep themselves and Ranger alive when they find themselves faced with the diabolical machinations of an international crime syndicate.moreless
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    Hide

    Hide

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    Released 2008
    Hide was released in 2009, and is rated R. This horror movie was written by Greg Rosati and directed by K.C. Bascombe. It was produced by Wishbone Entertainment and filmed in Argentina. After seven years in jail, convicted murderer Billy (Christian Kane) gets transferred to another facility in a different state to face retrial due to a jurisdictional technicality in his favor. This presents Betty (Rachel Miner) with an opportunity to break her lover out. Once freed, this duo heads to where they hid the take from the last job, only to find it missing. But, circumstances are such that they realize they must come face to face with the pain and havoc that they had brought into so many lives already. Tagged as a slasher and serial killer movie, this may be too much for the squeamish, and fair warning should be given to those that prefer not to watch such genres.moreless
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    Peeping Tom

    Peeping Tom

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    Released 1960
    Peeping Tom, first seen in 1960, is now regarded as a classic psychological thriller; but, when new, it was by far the most controversial film ever to be made by the legendary British director Michael Powell. It concerns Mark, a shy, repressed young man who works as a cameraman on films and in his spare time makes some extra cash on the side taking still photographs of scantily clad models. But he is also a serial killer who films his (always female) victims at the very moment of their deaths. Even seen today, the film is a pretty shocking one.moreless
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    The Bloody Dead

    The Bloody Dead

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    Released 1967
    The Bloody Dead is a 1967 horror film from director Alfred Vohrer. The film is also known as "The Creature with the Blue Hand" and is loosely based on a novel by Edgar Wallace who also wrote King Kong. Inspector Craig (Harald Leipnitz) is on the case of a series of bizarre killings. Someone is torturing innocent people in very cruel and immoral ways. The killer gains the nickname, "The Blue Hand," because he uses a blue steel claw to torture his unfortunate victims. The killings begin when Dave Emerson (Klaus Kinski) escapes from a grisly insane asylum where he was placed after he allegedly murdered the family gardener. He escapes and returns home where his twin brother, Richard (Klaus Kinski), takes leave of the castle just in time for his twin to replace him. Emerson soon realizes that Richard is really Dave and believes him when he denies killing the gardener. The detective relies on Dave's help to catch the real killer when Dave agrees to go back to the wretched asylum to find out who could be behind the murders. The killer could be linked to the violent cannibals who live in a locked room in the asylum.moreless
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    Boy Eats Girl

    Boy Eats Girl

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    Released 2005
    Boy Eats Girl is a 2005 horror/comedy film directed by Stephen Bradley. After lovelorn teenager Nathan (David Leon) learns that Jessica (Samantha Mumba), the girl he with whom he is infatuated, has another boyfriend, he decides that he wants to end his life. When his mother (Dierdre O' Kane) finds him hanging in his room, she is heartbroken. She then uses a book of voodoo spells that she finds hidden in a church to cast a reanimation spell on Nathan. He awakens the next day, but he does not remember what happened and goes to school. Soon, Nathan discovers that he is hungry for human flesh and struggles to stop himself from eating Jessica. However, his appetite becomes uncontrollable and he soon bites someone, which causes other people to be infected by his disease. As more kids turn into zombies, Nathan's mother tries to find a way to reverse the spell.moreless
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    Nosferatu: The Gothic Industrial Mix

    Nosferatu: The Gothic Industrial Mix

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    Released 1922
    Nosferatu: The Gothic Industrial Mix is an exciting 1922 adaptation of the classic story of Dracula that provides an interesting and new (for the time) perspective on the psyche of the tortured and villainous character of the Gothic vampire. The film is silent and filmed in black-and-white. If that didn't make it disturbing enough, it includes an entirely Gothic soundtrack to emphasize the disturbing and psychological effects of the film as a whole. Although the story is very similar to the original Bram Stroker formula provided in Dracula, it definitely has its own tale to tell: the story features the journey of Count Orlok (Max Schreck) to locate and infatuate the love interest of the unsuspecting Thomas Hutter (Gustav Von Wangenheim), who takes a turn for the worse upon a visit with Orlok. This rendition of the classic tale, however, provides a psychological insight into vampires that is not touched upon in previous versions by diving into the reasoning behind a vampire's actions and the difficulty of his position in the world.moreless
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    Sleepwalkers

    Sleepwalkers

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    Released 1992
    Sleepwalkers is a 1992 horror film based on a story by Stephen King. Mary Brady (Alice Krige) and her teenage son, Charles (Brian Krause), are creatures known as Sleepwalkers. They appear in public as attractive humans, but they are really energy-devouring shapeshifters who naturally look like mutant cats. The only creatures that they are afraid of are real cats, which can kill Sleepwalkers by scratching them. When they move to a new town, Mary tasks her son with the job of finding a young virgin so that they can drain her life force and satisfy their growing hunger. Charles soon meets and charms a beautiful, innocent, high school student named Tanya Robertson (Madchen Amick). As Mary pressures Charles to eat her energy, he soon realizes that it is going to be more difficult than he anticipated. Meanwhile, the cats in town sense the presence of the Sleepwalkers and gather for a fight.moreless
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    Tremors 3: Back to Perfection

    Tremors 3: Back to Perfection

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    Released 2001
    Tremors 3: Back to Perfection is the second sequel to the popular first cult hit featuring everyone's favorite underground, man-eating desert dwellers, the Graboids. Directed by one of the original's co-writers Brent Maddock (Short Circuit). Everything has now become nice and quiet in Perfection, the creatures' original stomping grounds. The daughter of the original's convenience store proprietor Walter Chang from has taken over the shop, now grown Mindy came back to live with her mom since she couldn't afford her studies, survivalist Burt Gummer is all prepared for an eventual new Graboid-attack and a young man named Jack has settled in town to make a living out of fake Graboid safaris. Then the unexpected happens - three graboids are monitored by Burt's radar. Burt wants to act fast since he knows they'll turn into Shriekers soon, but he's being held up by Washington who protect the giant worms and want to catch them alive for scientific research. Suddenly, a new wrinkle in the evolution of the Graboids occurs again - from Shriekers into 'Assblasters.' The creatures can now fly via rear propulsion.moreless
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    Eye See You

    Eye See You

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    Released 2002
    Eye See You (also called De-Tox) begins with veteran FBI agent Jake Malloy (Sylvester Stallone) tracking a serial killer who is killing police officers. With nine confirmed kills, the elusive killer acts upon a personal vendetta against Malloy, targeting his friends on the force and then brutally killing his fianc''e Mary (Dina Meyer). Unhinged from grief and spiraling into alcoholism, Malloy is signed up by his friend and colleague, Detective Hendricks (Charles S. Dutton), to attend a detoxification clinic for police officers in remote Wyoming. However, the murderer also tags along to the clinic, murdering a patient and then assuming his identity in order to continue his torment of Malloy. At Malloy's group therapy sessions led by head doctor (Kris Kristofferson), the killer participates in disguise and begins murdering the patients one-by-one. With the facility snowed in, a deadly cat and mouse game commences between Malloy and the killer with the revelation of the killer's identity being the greatest shock of all.moreless
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    Dracula

    Dracula

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    Released 1931
    Dracula is the infamous 1931 Universal Studios adaptation of the classic horror novel by Bram Stoker that stands as the most beloved version of the tale ever put on film. The tragic Renfield (Dwight Frye, Frankenstein) arrives in Transylvania to complete a transaction with the Count which will allow him to lease an English castle. Before they leave for England by ship, Dracula turns Renfield into a quasi-vampire who obeys his master's every command. Upon arriving in England it is discovered that all of the ship's crew have been murdered and only a raving lunatic of a Renfield remain alive. He is committed to a sanitarium run by Dr. Seward (Herbert Bunston). Dracula seeks him out and discovers Seward's comely daughter Mina (Helen Chandler) and her friend Lucy. Dracula quickly dispatches Lucy and sets his sights upon Mina whose fianc'e Jonathon Harker (David Manners) is baffled by her sudden change in health and personality. Seward consults with a colleague Dr. Van Helsing (Edward Van Sloan) who quickly identifies the source of the problem as a vampire. They soon expose Dracula for what he is and it's a race against the forces of evil!moreless
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    Vampire Wars

    Vampire Wars

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    Released 1995
    Vampire Wars is a 1990 horror action adventure drama anime directed by Hiroyuki Hoshiyama. It was based on the best selling novel written by Kiyoshi Kasia. In the anime a NASA base in Arizona gets attacked by a group of vampires. Shortly after this the dead body of a CIA agent is found in Paris, floating in the Seine river. This bizarre situation attracts the attention of Monsieur Lassar, a French secret service agent. Lassar believes these two events are connected so he starts investigating. His investigations lead him to Lamia Vindaw, a Hollywood actress. The plot thickens more when Lassar get involved with a battle between French and American agents who are all trying to gain possession of Lamia whose blood may hold some key answers to the vampiric mystery. The plot gets even more complicated as another vampire with an agenda of his own is involved in this war. Now the hero must fight off vampires, French agents, CIA agents, and more, as he tries to save the girl and hopefully the world too.moreless
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    The Woods

    The Woods

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    Released 2005
    The Woods is a 2005 horror film that takes place in a remote all-girls boarding school in 1965. After teenager Heather Fasulo (Agnes Bruckner) sets a destructive fire, her parents, Alice (Emma Campbell) and Joe (Bruce Campbell), decide to put her in a boarding school. They choose the Falburn Academy that lies deep in the forest, far from their home. The headmistress, Ms. Traverse (Patricia Clarkson), kindly offers Heather a scholarship, but Heather cannot shake an uncomfortable feeling about the seemingly sweet caregiver and her loyal staff. Some of the more experienced students tell Heather about the legends surrounding the old school -- how a coven of witches took over the school 100 years ago. At first, Heather thinks these are standard spook stories for the new girl until her classmates start disappearing. Then, she begins to hear voices coming from the surrounding woods. Heather wants to follow those voices, but will the answer to the school's mystery be worth becoming another missing girl?moreless
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    Fido

    Fido

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    Released 2006
    Fido is a 2006 horror comedy which plays like a Romero zombie movie cross pollinated with a 40s suburban sitcom. In the wake of space dust having resurrected the dead, an apocalyptic war was waged against the reanimated wherein the living were able to safely gate themselves off from the zombies and go about some semblance of their former lives. A scientist for Zomcom, the government agency assisting with the epidemic, invented a collar that has allowed a reintegration of the undead as public servants. The film follows a suburbanite family, the Robinsons, in the town of Willard (a nod to the original Night of the Living Dead), that purchases their very own zombie ' the titular Fido (Billy Connolly). Carrie-Annie Moss (The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded, Memento) and Dylan Baker (Delirious, Spider Man II) play mom and dad Robinson. Tim Blake Nelson (O Brother Where Art Thou, Minority Report) is a hoot as the neighbor Mr. Theopolis with the sexy zombie girlfriend "Tammy," and Henry Czerny (Mission: Impossible, The A-Team) is also great as a neighborhood dad.moreless
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    Mister Frost

    Mister Frost

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    Released 1990
    Mister Frost is a 1990 horror thriller directed by Philippe Setbon. Frost (Jeff Goldblum) is a famously elusive serial killer, literally getting away with murder. When he is finally discovered burying bodies, however, the game is up. Since the authorities suspect the killer is mentally ill and in need of treatment, Frost is shipped off to an isolated European psychiatric hospital. He is a stubborn patient who refuses to speak around most of the staff members. Only Dr. Sarah Day (Kathy Baker) manages to get through to the enigmatic killer. Frost takes a liking to Dr. Day and opens up to her, revealing a seductive and charismatic side that begins to slowly win Dr. Day over in spite of herself. Although she is intrigued by the killer, however, she is also deeply disturbed. Frost insists that he is no ordinary man; he is Satan. To prove this, Frost promises Dr. Day that he will compel her to become a killer herself. As strange occurrences start wreaking havoc in the hospital, Dr. Day does not know whether she is insane or Frost is telling the truth.moreless
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    The Mummy Lives

    The Mummy Lives

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    Released 1993
    The Skulls II is the ill-fated, direct-to-video sequel to the first popular college thriller directed by Joe Chappelle (Phantoms, Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, Takedown). A young college co-ed seeks to join an all male fraternity following the death of her brother, as she also seeks the approval of her father who has never been anything but cold to her because of her gender. In her quest, she endangers the lives of every and anybody who is close to her, including her best friend roommate as well as her boyfriend. When she is denied access into the cult, she threatens to take a civil action against the leaders and is granted temporary access to be tapped as an inductee. Someone on the inside certainly doesn't want this outside in there and so makes life extremely uncomfortable for the inductee as she makes her rounds, hoping to become a full fledge member. Things go terribly awry on campus when she makes it into the fraternity as its only female member.moreless
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    Invisible Dr. Mabuse

    Invisible Dr. Mabuse

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    Released 1962
    The Invisible Dr. Mabuse: A beautiful dancer is terrorized by an invisible man, and FBI agent Joe Como (Lex Barker again!) is out to catch the killer of a fellow agent. At the heart of the mystery is "Operation X," an invention capable of giving unlimited power to its owner. Is Dr. Mabuse behind the danger, or is the invisible being something even more sinister? Find out in this thrilling mixture of mystery, intrigue and a dash of Phantom of the Opera.moreless
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