This week, Dark Shadows opens in wide release, while The Road gets a limited run, and home video releases are led by Underworld Awakening, Mother's Day, The Shrine, Playback, Madison County and Shock Labyrinth.
Buried in a tomb for two centuries by a vengeful witch, vampire Barnabas Collins returns to his manor in the 1970s to find that his once-grand estate has fallen into ruin. The dysfunctional remnants of the Collins family have fared little better, each harboring their own dark secrets. An adaptation of the vampire TV soap opera of the '60s and '70s.
A 12-year-old cold case is reopened when three teenagers vanish while traversing an infamous and abandoned road. As investigators try to find leads to the whereabouts of the missing teens, they also unearth the road's gruesome past that spans two decades –- a history of abduction, crimes and murders.
Don't Fall Asleep
A couple moves into a house where a murder occurred 50 years earlier. When the wife begins to see spooky images and finds herself sleepwalking, she wonders if she's responsible for a recent rash of murders or if a ghost has returned from the grave with an axe to grind.
This 1973 hidden gem of a blaxploitation horror is an artsy, unorthodox tale starring Duane Jones (Night of the Living Dead) as an anthropologist who's turned into a vampire by a legendary African dagger.
A seemingly normal, happy woman is bitten by a snake, transforming her into a "serpent vampire" with a thirst for blood.
Three bank-robbing brothers on the run from the law head for their old home, only to discover that their mother lost the house in a foreclosure. They team up with Mom to make the new residents' lives a nightmare. A remake of the 1980 cult movie.
A descendent of Edgar Allan Poe gets in over his head when he's hired to write a biography of a famed serial killer.