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It's fascinatingly icky stuff, kind of like a Far East version of .This centuries-spanning British anthology aired on BBC as a miniseries in three 30-minute episodes, each telling a ghost story from a different era set in and around the same cursed house and each creepier than the one before it., proves that cinematic teenagers are stupid in any language.On Halloween night, a group of teens thinks it's a good idea to sneak into an abandoned house and use a satanic book they find to raise the dead.Join in all the SCARY good fun, Saturday, October 21, as ROUX LA LA dances through the French Quarter and CBD in the Krewe of BOO parade!!! If you're like me, you enjoy finding "hidden gems," so I decided to create a list of good horror/suspense movies that have been unfairly overlooked over the years.The film presents the intriguing scenario of an agoraphobic woman whose new apartment is haunted, meaning she must decide whether it's worse to stay in her comfort zone with a ghost or venture out into the non-haunted public world.A remake starring Nicole Kidman, called A grisly fun tale about ancient demons disguised as decayed child corpses that come to life in a morgue and trap a group of workers inside.
It's actually hard to watch at times, because it's hard to believe claims that "no animals were harmed in the making of this film." An atmospheric, slow-boiling, somewhat perverse thriller with a set-up a bit reminiscent of 2013's : an odd, reclusive teenage girl who lives at home with her repressive mother (and grandmother) forms an all-too-deep attachment to her absentee father when he comes for a visit, trudging up dark family secrets that result in murder.It's such a good idea, in fact, that they go out of their way to break into a morgue and steal a body suitable for raising.Too bad for them they end up stealing a claw-handed satanic serial killer.Bad things ensue, including a rousing ending that turns the film from a slasher into an all-out zombie movie.
This grisly Hong Kong fare is part slasher and part exploitation sleaze about a serial killer with a penchant for necrophilia -- even when the corpse is covered with maggots.
, this surprisingly dramatic, not overly exploitive backwoods survival thriller about a group of city folks who run afoul of some country yokels when they witness a murder.