Featured Horror Movies like Tsui Hark's Vampire Hunters: The Era of Vampire, Drag Me to Hell, Amityville Horror, The, Scream 3, Beowulf, A Tale of Two Sisters, House of the Damned, Bicentennial Man, House of the Dead, I Drink Your Blood
Tsui Hark's Vampire Hunters: The Era of Vampire (2003)
Review: Tsui Hark's Vampire Hunters: The Era of Vampire (2003) is a funny movie that is so cheesy that you have to like it at least a little. There is a great deal of wire Kung Fu and very little depth to the characters or plot. Still I saw the movie and thought it was watchable and good as a late night horror movie. Four warriors in training are led by their master and they search the countryside for zombies. The dead build up so much negative energy that they return from the dead as zombies and when they have fed…
Drag Me to Hell (2009)
Review: Drag Me to Hell was so funny and is written and directed by Sam Raimi (The Evil Dead). An old woman gets evicted from her home and holds the loan officer responsible. The loan officer has a supernatural curse put on her and this hex is vile. She seeks out a seer for help to get rid of the curse and demons ensue. We even have the joy of seeing a demon possessed goat. Filled with death scenes that are over the top and gory. Drag Me to Hell favorite quote: "You tricked me, you black-hearted who-o-o-o-o-ore! You b-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-itch!" says…
Amityville Horror, The (1979)
Review: A young man, Ronald DeFeo, ruthlessly murders his entire family with a shotgun one evening for no apparent reason. The detectives that arrive to try and make sense of the crime place the time of death at approximately 3:15 AM. Thus begins the Amityville Horror. Suddenly it is a year later, and a newly married young couple, the Lutz's, are shown the house and instantly fall in love with it. They buy it and move in immediately with Kathy's three children, eager to begin their new life together. But no sooner have they started unpacking their boxes then strange things…
Scream 3 (2000)
Review: On the set of "Stab 3," cast members start dying in the order that they die in the script. There are three different versions of the film script, and they admit they do not know which script the killer read, which means they also don't know which character dies next, as each version of the script has characters die in different order. Every time a cast member dies, a photo of Sidney's mother is left behind. The head of the production company releasing the film (Lance Henriksen) decides to close down the film in hopes of stopping the killer. Unfortunately,…
Review: Christopher Lambert (MORTAL KOMBAT, HIGHLANDER) stars in this futuristic update of the classic poem written in 900 AD and set in a world of supernatural evil and inexplicable danger! Torn from a legend whose roots are buried in the mists of time, Beowulf is half man -- half god. Living in a techno-futile world of the future, a medieval land where technology's secrets are locked away in a mute past, Beowulf fights his way through a besieging army and into a mysterious, ominous castle on the edge of nowhere to face an evil within ... a beastly spawn of man…
A Tale of Two Sisters (2003)
Review: Something strange is happening when Su-mi and her younger sister, Su-yeon, come home to their fathers large but dark and somewhat foreboding house after a stay in the hospital. Their dad is taciturn and burdened, and their stepmother, Eun-joo, greets them with forced enthusiasm and more than a little sense of irritation. But thats nothing compared to what happens when bedtime rolls around. Stylish and shocking, this visually arresting tale of family secrets and uncertain realities is based on a traditional Korean folktale. Guaranteed to have you gasping for breath with each successive scare. Youll be kept guessing until the…
House of the Damned (1963)
Review: A perfect romantic getaway turns into a hellish nightmare in this suspense-filled thriller! Architect Scott Campbell (Ron Foster) and his wife Nancy (Merry Anders) join another couple, Joseph and Loy Schiller (Richard Crane and Erika Peters), for what promises to be a pleasant stay at an empty castle set on a secluded California hillside. Soon, however, tension mounts as terrifying things begin happening: A group of ghoulish circus performers who once inhabited the castle become increasingly hostile towards their "guests," turning their mini-vacation into a life-and-death challenge of wits!
Bicentennial Man (1999)
Review: From the acclaimed director of MRS. DOUBTFIRE, Academy Award(R)-winner Robin Williams (1997, Best Actor, GOOD WILL HUNTING) stars in a delightfully heartwarming comedy about one extraordinary android who just wants to be an ordinary guy! It doesn't take long for the Martin family to realize Andrew (Williams), who was purchased as a mere "household appliance," is no run-of-the-mill robot! Funny, incredibly lifelike, and possessing an astounding level of creativity, this special machine soon takes on a life of his own -- and eventually begins a centuries-long quest to achieve true humanity! A crowd-pleasing comedy hit -- everyone is sure to…
House of the Dead (2003)
Review: House if the Dead is what you get when you take a great high paced action horror shooter game franchise and make a not so good movie script. A pretty good cast but it wasn't working in this movie. The story was okay but I didn't take to it. It had some good scenes but it wasn't enough for the overall movies success.
I Drink Your Blood (1970)
Review: I like this movie because of the gore, and the zombie-like plot! After some Satan worshipping hippies who get high on LSD and cause problems in town, a little boy takes blood from a rabid dog and puts it in meat pies, and gives them to the cult. They start to go crazy by killing people and infecting the town. If you like zombie flicks, gore, LSD, and hippies, then I DRINK YOUR BLOOD!!!