A virus that locks those infected into a permanent state of killing rage, is accidentally released from a British research facility. Carried by animals and humans, the virus is impossible to contain, and spreads across the entire planet. Twenty-eight days later, a small group of survivors are trapped in London, caught in a desperate struggle to protect themselves from the infected. As they attempt to salvage a future from the apocalypse, they find that their most deadly enemy is not the virus, but other survivors.
Based loosely on true events that inspired both the original The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and the Oscar-winning The Silence of the Lambs, the new film will center around a handful of friends who become isolated in the company of a deadly clan of cannibals. The original film not only struck a deep chord with the youth culture of the time but revitalized the horror genre, influencing virtually all of the successful horror franchises that followed it, from New Line's own Nightmare on Elm Street series to The Blair Witch Project.
College is finally over and five friends escape to a remote log cabin in the woods to enjoy some last days of decadence before entering the working world. Merriment and good times sour when a delirious stranger covered in bloody sores crashes their party. Shots are fired and the lunatic flees into the woods, but it's too late for our five friends: contact was already made. Soon one member of the circle gets ill and her skin starts to bubble and burn as a trail of oozing sores ravages her flesh. The group's compassion quickly turns to repulsion and terror as their friend deteriorates before their eyes. To protect themselves from further infection, they lock her in a shed. After watching the disease corrode her body, fear of contagion sets in and the companions turn on one another, realizing that any one of them could have it. Crawl into a dark spot and surrender to the sickness, because hope of recovery is miles away. It's fever-time.
Dreamcatcher tells the story of four young friends who perform a heroic act - and are changed forever by the uncanny powers they gain in return. Years later, on a hunting trip in the Maine woods, they are overtaken by a blizzard, a vicious storm in which something much more ominous moves. Challenged to stop an alien force, the friends must first prevent the slaughter of innocent civilians by a military vigilante, then overcome a threat to the bond between them. In the end, they confront an unparalleled horror, with the fate of the world in the balance.
Chris (Harrington) has a job interview in Raleigh in three hours and he's making good time in his refurbished classic Mustang convertible... until an accident miles down the highway turns Chris' three-hour trip into a six-hour wait. Determined to make his critical appointment, Chris makes a hard U-turn and heads back up the West Virginia highway. Running low on fuel, he finds a dirt road that seemingly intersects the highway after about 20 miles. It's clearly a road less traveled, but to Chris it seems to be a quick fix to get around the highway traffic jam. Not far away, Jessie (Dushku) and her friends, Carly (Chriqui), Carly's boyfriend Scott (Sisto), Evan (Zegers) and his girlfriend Francine (Booth), stand quiet; stunned as they survey what's left of their road trip after the tires blow out, leaving them stranded deep in the middle of the woods. Chris heads down the dusty, winding back road, as the green forest canopy overhead casts ominous shadows of twilight on his foreboding path. He loses control around the curve and by the time he can see the disabled Range Rover in front of him it is too late to stop or swerve. The rear wheels lock up and the Mustang roars into the back of the SUV, scattering the people surrounding it. Luckily, no one is seriously hurt in the collision but egos are bruised and tempers flare. Chris is apologetic and Jessie is the calming force when she discovers the barbed wire that was stretched across the road. The blown out tires were seemingly the result of a prank. The group quickly bands together, determined to find a phone. Evan and Francine stay with the cars, as the other four make their way down the road. As they venture deeper and deeper into the woods, the idea of a prankster grows dim when they discover a mountain cabin filled with grisly hunting weapons and horrific souvenirs of the hunt. They are now certain that whomever - or whatever - lives in the cabin are responsible for the barbed-wire trap. What the foursome doesn't know is that Evan and Francine are now dead, mercilessly mutilated by three gruesome mountain men. Facing an uncertain and possibly horrific fate at the hands of these men, the four friends are sure of one thing: they will never go camping again.
There are four college-age kids driving cross-country, researching a book on weird roadside attractions...This stuff has kind of disapeared now, but it was very prevalent in the 70's- like 'World's Biggest Ball of String,' 'Bigfoot Museum,' things like that. So they stumble upon this place called 'Captain Sapulding's Museum of Monsters and Madmen.' It's basically a serial killer museum in the middle of nowhere, and Captain Sapulding is played by Sid [Spider Baby] Haig- he's the crazy-looking clown guy. So they go there and learn about this local legend in that area, a murderer called Dr. Satan, whom they find out was killed not too far away. So they want to go take pictures of this site, and once they go off-road in search of this thing, that's when all hell breaks loose.
It has been almost 10 years since one of the scariest horror characters of all time, Freddy Krueger, invaded the dreams of a generation to exact his deadly form of revenge and murder. Now, Freddy has entered into the dreams of another master of evil, the unstoppable Jason Voorhees -- plunging cinema's two greatest titans of terror into a battle to end all battles.
Dedicated and successful criminal psychologist Dr. Miranda Grey (Halle Berry) awakens to find herself a patient in her own mental institution with no memory of the murder she's apparently committed. She soon learns that her husband was brutally murdered three days earlier, and the bloody evidence points directly at her. With no memory of that night except for a cryptic encounter with a mysterious young girl, the doctor's behavior becomes increasingly erratic. Her claims of innocence are seen by her friends, colleagues and former patients as the beginnings of a deep descent into madness. As Miranda struggles to reclaim her sanity she soon realizes she's become the pawn of a vengeful spirit. Now she must quickly determine if she is being led farther from her sanity or closer to the truth.
Driving with a group of friends to Daytona Beach, Kimberly (A.J. Cook) has a sudden premonition that saves them all from a catastrophic freeway pileup � or so it seems. Ali Larter returns from the first film as Clear Rivers, the lone survivor of the Flight 180 airplane crash, whom Kimberly goes to see once death starts coming after her friends. It�s a rollercoaster ride of fear and fate as Kimberly races to save her friends and herself from the implacable jaws of death. The sequel to the 2000 blockbuster, Final Destination 2 also stars Tony Todd from the first film, as well as Michael Landes and James Kirk.
As its 23 horrifying days of flesh-eating come to an end, an ancient creature known as the Creeper embarks on a final voracious feeding frenzy, terrorizing a group of varsity basketball players, cheerleaders, and coaches stranded on a remote highway after their bus breaks down. Fighting their own fears and prejudices while trapped aboard the isolated bus, the terrified group of young athletes are forced to come together and do battle against the winged creature hell bent on completing its grizzly ritual of feasting on humans.