A man tries to explain to his psychiatrist that the Boogeyman is real and has been killing his children.
Desperate filmmaker Osric Taylor dreams of making his civil war Hamlet but when production funding dries up, he agrees to take southern matron Hester Beauchamps offer to fund the film if he throws some zombies in it to make their money back. But when Hester dies in mid shoot, Osric dresses up as Hester to cash the last check and awakens the suspicions of both the local police and ambitious local news reporter Shine Reynolds. Inspired by an actual incident.
A nameless man wanders the city, littered with necrotic artifacts and a trail of corpses. Are his grotesque hallucinations clues to a violent past?
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A young woman joins an exclusive women's health clinic only to discover it's run by feminist cannibals.
High profile fashion photographer Scott Bruin has been suffering from a series of increasingly disturbing and violent dreams in which he savagely attacks and murders a young woman. Fearing for his sanity, Scott begins to investigate these strange visions but slowly starts to believe that these all-too-real seeming nightmares might not be dreams after all and that the woman in them is in imminent danger.
A newlywed couple find themselves broke when the woman's father dies deeply in debt. Forced to sell their belongings, they move into a rundown house from which they get very bad vibes. It's not long before some very strange and disturbing people begin showing up at the house.
A young reporter falls prey to a mysterious ailment after investigating an abandoned house; a place known for tales of missing children and possible cannibalism where local teens dare each other to sneak in and poke around. As the reporter digs deeper and her friends venture out to search the house on their own, she discovers a connection to the legend of Hell Mountain and her own cloudy past.
George Mélies made a version of this a few years later, often titled Une Indigestion, but Guy-Blaché’s earlier film Chirurgie Fin de Siecle (1900) is more widely available. And it’s not one to watch the night before an operation. In this clinic, a sign pleads “On est prie de ne pas crier/Please do not cry”, and the doctors set about the patient with saws, cheerily hacking off limbs, and then slopping them into a bucket, all the while arguing ferociously with each other. They then reattach arms and legs from a bucket of “exchange pieces” (using glue) before re-animating their victim, I mean patient, with bellows. (from http://silentlondon.co.uk/2015/01/23/10-disgusting-moments-in-silent-cinema/)
For a salary equivalent to ten years' salary recruited seven construction workers to perform work on an unknown unknown for an unknown purpose. They may find out two things, first, that it will be a Swedish midsummer which seems strange since it is December and soon Christmas in Sweden as well as former workers there have had problems with "visions" and that they had better confine themselves and concentrate on reality. After a few hours drive blindfolded, they arrived at their new workplace where it is supposed that they should spend a year. And it is high summer, mosquitoes, flowers and the whole ballet is waiting for them when they step off the car.
The film brings to life in one nightmarish vision three detailed engravings from the early 30s created by Estonian artist Eduard Viiralt: "The Preacher", "Cabaret" and "Hell".
Laurent, a seemingly normal young man, is looking to join a witches’ sect that resides in a forest near his house. The only thing is Laurent’s wife Aline also needs to join the sect in order to complete his initiation. Aline is understandably reluctant, so the sect’s heads design a series of events designed to break her down.
A psycho who has contracted AIDS blames women for his disease, and begins to stalk and kill beautiful girls.
After reading a magazine article about a case of multiple murders 50 years ago, an excited paranormal group sets out to investigate the site where the serial killers lived and where the horrifying crimes occurred. As day turns to night and evidence mounts, they encounter a situation far beyond their control and expectations.
A new drug is taking over the streets, coating them in blood, vomit, and other less savory fluids. The six eye-opening stories in this anthology reveal the truth about this new white menace.
A witch informs a teen that he'll become a warlock on his 18th birthday.
When the dead body of a young co-ed is found haven been beaten and brutalized, the small town isn't ready to panic, until a second body is found. A skillful and creative serial killer is on the loose, hell bent on creating havoc and fear. It's a psychopath orchestrating his deadly game of cat and mouse, with young co-eds as the pawns, against a cop broken with his addiction to pills and booze. Written by Jodie Jones
Martín is a tormented and solitary man who hides a shameful and unspeakable secret: he lives with a life-size doll which he treats as if it were his wife. This idyliic, loving existence will be gravely threatened when a prostitute, her daughter, and a pimp enter his life.