This week, In Their Skin gets a limited theatrical run, while The Pact, REC 3 and Outpost: Black Sun lead home video releases.
Following a tragic incident, the Hughes escape their busy upscale suburban life in order to spend some quality family time at their isolated country home. An evening with friendly neighbors is suddenly interrupted when one man’s obsession with perfection escalates into a violent struggle, forcing all to go beyond anything they ever thought they were capable of, in order to survive.
Ophelia has a newborn and is seeking a safe haven. She visits her sister in a remote farmhouse nestled in Australian Bush country. The deeply disturbed sister leaves Ophelia alone with a drug crazed boyfriend who grows dope for outlaw bikers. For 24 hours, he torments her as she fights to protect her baby and save herself from his psychotic advances.
In this 1980 aquatic horror movie, a passenger liner is rammed and sunk by a derelict German freighter from World War II. The handful of survivors (which include George Kennedy and Richard Crenna) manage to board the unmanned hulk but soon discover that their perils have just begun. Apparently the freighter served as a kind of floating Nazi torture dungeon, and its corridors and bulkheads have somehow become imbued with the very forces of evil that once tormented its captive cargo.
Hanklin Purvis enjoys the outdoors, and he loves to hunt. He and his wife, Dorothy, live on a farm in the rural Midwest. For some reason, during the season before autumn, things start happening. The first victims are family pets, then wild animals. But it's not until people are injured that the police get involved. The attacker is not human, that's for sure and it needs to be stopped. Then they discover that the wounds have a deadly bacteria, and the clock is ticking for those infected. Enter Hanklin's neighbor, Francis Wellman, a Native American who believes she has discovered an ancient antidote. And will they ever find the perpetrator of these horrifying attacks?
This set includes a dozen camp and cult movies: Night of the Living Dead (1968), I Eat Your Skin (1964), The Satanic Rites of Dracula (1973), The Werewolf of Washington (1973), The Terror (1963), Eegah! (1962), Scared to Death (1947), Tormented (1960), The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1962), The Manster (1959), Lady Frankenstein (1971) and Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter (1966).
This set includes three late entries in the Halloween franchise: Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, Halloween H2O and Halloween Resurrection.