This week's horror/suspense releases on home video are led by Detention, ATM, Dead Season, Sand Sharks and a host of Asian horror re-releases.
The Bunny Game
Gabrielle Anwar stars in this made-for-TV movie based on a Nora Roberts novel about a musician who returns to the small town where she spent summers as a child, only to have the peace broken by the discovery of a dead body and the possibility of a serial killer in her midst.
When a worldwide viral outbreak leads to a plague of zombies, two survivors flee the chaos of America to a remote island, hoping for a chance to start a new life, but they find not only hordes of the flesh-hungry undead, but also a militaristic group of people who've already claimed the island as their own.
In this 2006 Thai ghost story, a lonely young student at a boy's preparatory school encounters the ghost of a boy who died there years earlier.
This little-seen 1984 thriller features several soon-to-be-stars -- including Corey Haim, Robert Downey, Jr. and Sarah Jessica Parker -- in the story of a single mother (Teri Garr) whose new boyfriend (Peter Weller) moves in and becomes a menacing force in the lives of her sons.
Ghosts of War
Also known as R-Point, this 2004 Korean film set in the Vietnam War era follows a South Korean army unit as they track a distress signal from a patrol that has been missing in action for months and end up encountering a deadly supernatural force.
The Haunting of Whaley House
The real-life Whaley House in San Diego -- declared "the most haunted" (however that distinction is quantified) in the US -- is the setting for this tale of a tour guide who decides to break into the notorious house for some amateur ghost hunting with her friends.
In this 2005 spook-fest from Singapore, a naïve young maid from the Philippines breaks the rules that supposedly protect the living from the dead during the seventh month on the Chinese calendar, and she ends up praying the price.