A tense horror writer under a deadline finds inspiration when he accidentally hits a young man with a car, then unexpectedly falls into a love affair with him. However, the man has dark secrets that could signal an ulterior motive.
From the producer of The Orphanage and Pan's Labyrinth comes this Spanish tale of a teen with a genetic aversion to sunlight who sets out to prove that he did not commit a local murder that he suspects was done by a creature who lives in the nearby woods.
In this overlooked early '80s shocker, teens find themselves brainwashed and violent -- and this time, not by MTV!
In this little-seen 1990 follow-up to the even littler-seen Scared to Death, a murderous mutant called a Syngenor ("synthesized genetic organism") escapes a military lab and terrorizes the city. Thanks a lot, science.
In this 1979 film, a vampiric cult keeps tranquilized people alive in a hospital-like setting for easy feeding. Makes sense to me.
A pair of 21st century Thai horror movies: In The Commitment a group of high school graduates offer gifts (like their souls) to a ghost at a shrine in order to get into prestigious colleges. In The Unborn, an injured woman wakes up in a hospital to find herself about to give birth and haunted by the voice of a child she can't see.
Four ghostly tales intertwine in this Malaysian anthology set during the Chinese Hungry Ghosts Festival in Kuala Lumpur.
From the wacky folk at Troma comes this tale of a cult that sacrifices people to the creature known as the Yeti -- who turns out to be attracted to young men.