Featured Horror Movies like Orphan, Blade: The Series, R.S.V.P., Hackers, The Secret, R.L. Stine's Mostly Ghostly, An American Haunting, Black Swan, Evidence, Elsewhere

  • Orphan (2009)

    Review: A bad seed with a Russian accent, 9-year-old Esther (Isabelle Fuhrman) is a nasty little girl with a nasty little plan. Unfortunately, this malevolent tyke has landed in the home of adoptive parents Kate and John (Vera Farmiga and Peter Sarsgaard), an unsuspecting couple with two kids of their own and considerable grief over recent family tragedies. It doesn't take long for Esther to make her creepy presence known, as broken limbs on the playground and torched tree houses can attest. Give this movie some credit--the psychological underpinnings are all set carefully in place: Maternal trauma? Check. Backyard pond as…

  • Blade: The Series (2006)
    Blade: The Series

    Review: Blade: The Series (2006) is an American fantasy live action horror TV series that was more than I imagined it to be. I was delightfully treated to this astonishing series and wish there was more. It is based on the Marvel Comics character Blade and movie series. The series contains nudity, sexual scenes/references, extreme graphic violence, blood, drug use, gore, suspense, intense scenes and non-stop vampire action. Blade: The Series is about Krista Starr (Jill Wagner - Wipeout (2008), Splinter (2008), Wolf Watch (2014)) looking for answers as to why her brother Zack (David Kopp - Freddy vs. Jason (2003),…

  • R.S.V.P. (2002)

    Review: Philosophy student Nick Collier and his friends have just graduated from college. Before the working world comes and scatters them all in different directions, Nick plans one get together for everyone to celebrate. The party is a smashing success -- such a success, in fact, that its host never wants it to end. The only way Nick feels he can achieve this is to kill them off, one by one...

  • Hackers (1995)

    Review: "Hackers" chronicles a group of teenage computer wizards whose practical jokes land them in a dangerous industrial-espionage plot.System Requirements:Widescreen format 16x9-enhanced Languages: English (Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround) French (Dolby Stereo surround) Subtitles: English French and Spanish Eight-page trivia booklet theatrical trailer Included Trivia Booklet Interactive Menus Video Format: Widescreen (no AR specified) Enhanced for 16x9 TVs English: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround French: Dolby Digital Surround Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: COMEDY Rating: PG-13 UPC: 027616716927 Manufacturer No: 907169

  • The Secret (2008)
    The Secret

    Review: In the spirit of Ghost and Birth, Hannah and Benjamin (Lili Taylor, Six Feet Under and David Duchovny, The X-Files) are a happily married couple whose love is tested in ways they never could have imagined in this touching supernatural drama. But when Hannah is killed in a car accident, the couple's strong bond may be responsible for an unusual twist of fate that keeps their love alive -- at the expense of their daughter (Olivia Thirlby, Juno).

  • R.L. Stine's Mostly Ghostly (2008)
    R.L. Stine's Mostly Ghostly

    Review: Max is hardly a typical 11-year-old: he loves magic, detests sports, and can’t seem to say a single word to his crush, Traci, the most popular girl in school. But when he’s the only one who can see the ghosts haunting his house, two young spirits make him the deal of a lifetime: he’ll help them solve the mystery of their parents' disappearance and battle a wicked ghoul, if they’ll help him go from being invisible to the most talked-about kid at school! Featuring an all-star cast including Madison Pettis (The Game Plan), Ali Lohan (TV's Living Lohan), Luke Benward…

  • An American Haunting (2005)
    An American Haunting

    Review: Based on true events. Between the years 1818-1820, the Bell family of Red River, TN was visited by an unknown presence that haunted the family and eventually ended up causing the death of one of its members. It was not until a manuscript was found in 1998 that the horrifying answer to what caused this was unveiled.

  • Black Swan (2010)
    Black Swan

    Review: A ballet dancer wins the lead in "Swan Lake" and is perfect for the role of the delicate White Swan - Princess Odette - but slowly loses her mind as she becomes more and more like Odile, the Black Swan.

  • Evidence (2013)

    Review: Evidence was an amazingly good movie that I would watch again. I totally did not expect the ending for the killer to be... well you have to watch the movie to see who the killer/killers are. Evidence got me reeled in from the very beginning. I love this movie and believe the actors and actresses did a great job with their parts. It was so believable and realistic. Throughout the movie I kept on guessing who the killer is and my last guess which was about 20 minutes toward the ending was right. I could not believe that all the…

  • Elsewhere (2009)

    Review: Every town has its secrets... In the small town of Goshen, Indiana, teenage girls are mysteriously disappearing and no one seems to care. After revealing to her best friend Sarah (Anna Kendrick, Twilight) that she has been meeting men online, Jillian (Tania Raymonde, “Lost”) goes missing. Now, the only clues to her whereabouts are her diary and a cryptic video message sent from her cell phone. BONUS FEATURES: Audio commentary with director Nathan Hope and producer Vincent Palomino “The Road to Elsewhere” Featurette, Deleted Scenes, Photo Gallery