A medical breakthrough causes a zombie outbreak when it mutates within certain individuals in the trial injections.
After escaping from an asylum, a brutal maniac becomes obsessed with a young couple on a holiday. On his path of devastation, he maims and kills his prey by carving their faces out.
When his increasingly depraved behavior spirals out of control, Marcus retreats to his family home along the New England coast. But instead of finding solace, Marcus is haunted by his darkest fears and deepest desires.
There is nothing inherently horrific in the act of eating, but ASIAN GIRLS is a horror film with a lot of food. From a raw yolk on a steak tartare to the fermented black of a century egg, food and other banalities of daily life can evoke fear as long as there is an element of foreignness and unfamiliarity. Much like the worlds of racism and divisive politics, the ASIAN GIRLS universe is a comfortable consumer society where fears are not driven by evil, rather, by ordinary things and people that are simply different, whether they be foreigners, working class, middle class, or a next-door neighbor.
What's more horrifying than being cooked alive?
BEWARE the woman in the book.
TATTOO gone wrong...
There's someone down there...
An artist never abandons her work.
Next time....TAKE THE STAIRS.
There's evil in the woods....it's coming.
Nothing better than FRESH MEAT...
Make sure you are all alone before you go to sleep...
Five college students on a backwoods excursion encounter a deadly, nocturnal presence. As horrific events unfold, the group joins forces with a town local and a prison escapee and attempt to survive the night.
In a future city; Kate and her son Mike are kidnapped by the Red Mutants a band of cybercriminals; while negotiating the ransom with Dr. Hartman it's discovered that the home's androids have been infected with a strange virus.
Low budget horror film about a bus full of cheerleaders attacked in the Canadian outback.
Sally Carter finds escape in the arms of a handsome attorney who arranges her husband's death. It soon becomes apparent that her husband has a life beyond death.
A mermaid is ripped from the Pacific, her tail is chopped off and she's thrown into a mental home where no one believes she is a mermaid.
Described by Dee Rees as a "black lesbian horror film set in the mountains."