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Featured Horror Movies like War of the Worlds, Dracula, The Sacrament, Habitat, Ghost in the Shell, Gates of Hell, Earthsea, They, The Ugly, From Dusk Till Dawn

  • War of the Worlds (2005)
    War of the Worlds

    Review: Dreamworks War of the Worlds (Full Screen)Ray Ferrier is a working class man living in New Jersey. He's estranged from his family, his life isn't in order, and he's too caught up with himself. But the unthinkable and, ultimately, the unexpected happens to him in an extraordinary sense. His small town life is shaken violently by the arrival of destructive intruders: Aliens which have come en masse to destroy Earth. As they plow through the country in a wave of mass destruction and violence, Ray must come to the defense of his children. As the world must fend for itself…


  • Dracula (1998)
    Dracula

    Review: This stylish production of the classic horror tale has Frank Langella repeating his electrifying, award-winning stage performance as the bloodthirsty Count and Laurence Olivier as his arch-nemesis, Van Helsing.


  • The Sacrament (2013)
    The Sacrament

    Review: Director and writer Ti West (The Innkeepers, Dead and Lonely, Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever) could have done a way better job with this movie. He wrote it well but failed at executing the movie. The Sacrament (2013) is about reenacting the story of the Jonestown Massacre. The Jonestown Massacre is a real life event that happened on November 18, 1978 in Port Kaituma and Georgetown, Guyana. Nine hundred and eighteen people died on that day from what some people say is a mass murder but is declared by Jones as a mass suicide. Jones was the commander and he…


  • Habitat (1997)
    Habitat

    Review: Planet Earth's worst nightmares have come true. When a brilliant but obsessed scientist, Hank Symes moves to a new town, his radical biology experiments transform a suburban house into a terrifying living creature. His plans for accelerated evolution spiral out of control and Symes and his family mutate as their house begins breathing, oozing and threatening anyone who enters. Mother Nature has never been so lethal as she takes revenge on the people who abuse her. Welcome to their living hell.


  • Ghost in the Shell (1995)
    Ghost in the Shell

    Review: The skillful blending of drawn animation and computer-generated imagery excited anime fans when this science fiction mystery was released in 1995: many enthusiasts believe Ghost suggests what the future of anime will be, at least in the short term. The film is set in the not-too-distant future, when an unnamed government uses lifelike cyborgs or "enhanced" humans for undercover work. One of the key cyborgs is The Major, Motoko Kusanagi, who resembles a cross between The Terminator and a Playboy centerfold. She finds herself caught up in a tangled web of espionage and counterespionage as she searches for the mysterious…


  • Gates of Hell (2003)
    Gates of Hell

    Review: Of Fulci's Zombie "trilogy", City of the Living Dead (aka Gates of Hell) is usually considered the red headed stepchild of the bunch. The dialogue is often hilariously bad; the plot is almost nonexistent and the ending is a terrible, tacked on mess. Still, I like this more than The Beyond or Zombie---mostly because this one lacks the slow spots of those films. It also, because of its non-linear plot, maintains an effectively illogical and nighmarish tone from start to finish. And give Christopher George some love here. Saddled with some uncomfortably bad dialogue, he still makes for a charismatic…


  • Earthsea (2004)
    Earthsea

    Review: Based on Ursula K. Le Guin's multiple award-winning classic tale comes this richly imagined epic mini-series. In the magical world of EarthSea, the Amulet of Peace has ensured harmony between humans and dragons for centuries. But when the Amulet is broken and a piece of it disappears, it's up to a neophyte wizard to restore balance and stop a nefarious king from conquering EarthSea's islands.


  • They (2002)
    They

    Review: This movie was very interesting. It is about a woman whose friend since she was really little commits suicide right infront of her. At his funeral she meets friends that he knew in college. Strange things start to happen to them. They find out they all have similiar little sours and finally they start to dissapear. Overall this was a very good movie with lots of jumpy parts.


  • The Ugly (1997)
    The Ugly

    Review: Scott Reynolds wrote and directed this artistic, imaginative, yet surprisingly unknown Aussie slasher flick about Simon Cartwright (Paolo Rotundo). Simon is an incarcerated serial killer who has requested that newly famous psychiatrist Dr. Schumaker (Rebecca Hobbs) re-evaluate him. You get to see Simon's troubled childhood and previous murders through flashbacks as Dr. Schumaker searches for the reason behind his insanity. One begins to feel a kind of pity for Simon when we see how his hand is forced by the dark power known only as The Ugly. The ending has a twist, and is somewhat hard for most people to…


  • From Dusk Till Dawn (1996)
    From Dusk Till Dawn

    Review: From Dusk Till Dawn deserves to be in the best vampire movies list because the second half of the horror film throws you into a mess of ancient vampires and the survivors must last through the night. Another reason, Salma Hayek delivers an extremely sexy dance scene in the film while holding a snake, every man knows this scene. George Clooney and Quentin Tarantino along with the rest of the cast deliver killer performances. The vampire costumes are done extremely well and are unique in many scenes. Of course Danny Trejo also makes an appearance as the bartender. From Dusk…