Director and co-writer Federico Zampaglione's terrifying film recalls Sam Peckinpah's ferocious "Straw Dogs" and Tobe Hooper's horror classic "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre," yet it feels as immediate as today's headlines. Jake Muxworthy plays a young soldier who embarks on a mountain-biking trip, walks into a cafe and meets the love of his life (Karina Testa). Unfortunately, he also meets a pair of violent hunters who make him their prey after he defends the young woman from their sleazy advances. But what appears at first to be a vicious cat-and-mouse game set in treacherous terrain turns into a full-blown nightmare when these adversaries become the captives of a mountain dweller whose depraved plans for them soon become all too apparent. Both a relentless horror film and a searing account of the brutal after-effects of war, "Shadow" is a scream-inducing descent into an abyss of unspeakable terror.
Pam Grier (Jackie Brown) joins a group of sexy, young female prisoners in their struggle against a sadistic warden in Big Doll House. This shockingly real film is perhaps one of the most influential of all women-in-prison films! Also starring Judy Brown, Roberta Collins (Death Race 2000) and Sid Haig (House Of 1,000 Corpses). Directed by Jack Hill (Spider Baby, Foxy Brown)
The government says there's nothing to worry about - it's just a problem with bears making trouble in the mountains and forests of Norway. But local hunters don't believe it - and neither do a trio of college students who want to find out the truth. Armed with a video camera, they trail a mysterious "poacher," who wants nothing to do with them. But their persistence lands them straight in the path of the objects of his pursuits: Trolls. They soon find themselves documenting every move of this grizzled, unlikely hero - the trollhunter - risking their lives to uncover the secrets of creatures only thought to exist in fairy tales.
A determined young American filmmaker in Hollywood sets out to make a film based upon a "true" crime story involving an older North Carolina politico and his much younger staffer, who may or may not be his lover. Was she the victim of his $100 million dollar kickback scheme? Or was she the femme fatale who drove him down this path that led to the death of a decorated police officer and to their double suicide pact? These are the questions haunting the young filmmaker and his immersion in the mystery only deepens when, after turning down every major young actress in Hollywood, he casts an unknown to play the young woman at the heart of the story. She also turns out to be an unknown whose own personal tale is as murky as the yarn he's trying to tell. And more than the heart of the story, she becomes much more to his own heart and to his quest to make "art" out of "truth." Stars Shannyn Sossamon, Dominique Swain, Cliff Young, Waylone Payne
Shiyori, a young lady trying to mend her broken heart after the end of a recent relationship, is off to the hot springs for a therapeutic soak. Aiko, doing what best friends do, joins Shiyori on the trip...a decision she will forever regret. The quiet country village turns out to be home to a cult of psychopaths with strange fetishes, and when 2 friends are separated, the cell phones that keep them connected only serve to create more panic and terror.
Late one night, a mysterious car is brought into the Chicago police impound garage, after a deadly traffic accident. The on-call mechanics soon discover the car has a mind of its own. With hundreds of horsepower and two tons of reinforced steel at its command, it's a seemingly unstoppable killing machine, capable of outrunning..and outwitting..humans.
Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame is basically a murder mystery with wuxia trappings, and features the classic character of Di Renjie, a real-life Tang Dynasty official whose fictionalized adventures make him something of a Chinese Sherlock Holmes. Played here by Andy Lau, Detective Dee is a smart investigator whose righteousness and martial arts ability are tested when he's asked to investigate some deaths by spontaneous combustion. The two mysterious murders are supposedly related to some sacred religious amulets, which were moved by the victims not long before they suddenly burst into flames. The amulets are located in an outrageously gigantic Buddha statue built to commemorate the ascension of Empress Wu (Carina Lau), who will become the first female ruler of China. Theoretically, the deaths of these amulet movers could signal divine disapproval of the Empress via instant flame-on. Or the murders could be the doing of people pissed at the Empress, as the victims were her loyal supporters.
The first in a series of collaborations from Media Rights Capital and M. Night Shyamalan comes in the form of Devil, a supernatural horror film based on an idea by the enigmatic filmmaker. Going off of a script by Brian Nelson is Quarantine director John Erick Dowdle, who handles producing duties with his brother Drew.
An action-packed tale with a few tricks up its sleeve. When a man's coffin is stolen during his funeral, his brother sets out to investigate... He follows the trail to an underground drug processing center where he finds what he was looking for, and more!
A champion marathoner leads a double life as a serial bank robber, sprinting between fixes (and away from police cavalcades) as many as three times a day. A lean, visceral study of pathological compulsion from Austrian director Benjamin Heisenberg, featuring a riveting central performance by Andreas Lust.
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