This week, The Pact gets a limited theatrical release, while Some Guy Who Kills People and a bunch of re-releases hit home video.
After their mother passes away, sisters Nicole and Annie reluctantly return to their childhood home to pay their last respects. While staying overnight in the house, the sisters sense a mysterious presence in their midst: noises startling them in the night, objects moving about, a fallen picture of an unknown woman posed next to their mother. Annie begins experiencing a series of intense and disturbing dreams –- visions that lead her to uncover something terrible about her mother’s past that is finally revealing itself.
Dimension Extreme Horror Fest
The Dimension Extreme banner returned in 2011 on the ARC Entertainment label with a trio of mediocre sequels that you can now own in one convenient set: Hellraiser: Revelations, Children of the Corn: Genesis (the best of the three) and Zombie Diaries 2: World of the Dead.
Elvira's Movie Macabre: Giant Monsters
Legendary horror hostess Elvira: Mistress of the Dark brings us four vintage B-movie creature features; what they are is anyone's guess.
This 1981 ghost story is supposedly based on the true story of a single mother who claims to have been sexually assaulted by an unseen spirit.
Ghost in the Machine
In this 1993 cyber-slasher, a serial killer known as The Address-Book Killer, via movie logic, gets zapped into a computer mainframe and is able to stalk his prey through electronic devices.
Hear No Evil
Oscar winner Marlee Matlin stars in this 1993 thriller as a deaf woman who's life is in peril because she's unwittingly in possession of a valuable coin.
Ewan McGregor, Nick Nolte, Josh Brolin and Patricia Arquette star in this 1998 English-language remake of the Danish thriller Nattevagten about a law student who takes a part-time job as a watchman in a morgue who becomes a suspect when a serial killer begins carving up people around town.
This 1997 made-for-TV anthology adapts two short stories by renowned horror authors Stephen King and Clive Barker, one about a psychotic hitchhiker and a strange novelty toy and the other about a man whose hands develop a mind of their own.