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Featured Horror Movies like Ghosts of Mars, Gacy, Cube Zero, Grey Knight, From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money, Vampire Girl vs.Frankenstein Girl, The Final Destination, Here Comes the Devil, Let Me In, Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday

  • Ghosts of Mars (2001)
    Ghosts of Mars

    Review: From John Carpenter, the master of horror behind 1998's hit John Carpenter's Vampires and classics like The Thing and Halloween, comes a sci-fi thriller full of explosive action and bone-chilling suspense. Natasha Henstridge (Species) is Melanie Ballard, a headstrong police lieutenant on Mars in the year 2025. Humans have been colonizing and mining on the red planet for some time, but when Ballard and her squad are sent to a remote region to apprehend the dangerous criminal James "Desolation" Williams, played by Ice Cube (Three Kings), they discover that he's the least of their worries. The mining operations have unleashed…


  • Gacy (2003)
    Gacy

    Review: John Wayne Gacy was a model citizen that often voluntered as a clown for the children at the local hospital. Shockingly, he kept a gruesome secret. A trail of missing young men led to Gacy's suburbon Chicago home. The nation watched in horror as, one by one, the details of over 30 murders came to light. Soon the bodies of the victims were discovered entombed in the crawl space under his house. Based on a true story one of the most prolific serial killers in American history. "Gacy" will leave you shocked and in disbelief.


  • Cube Zero (2004)
    Cube Zero

    Review: Every nightmare has a beginning. In this prequel to the cult hit Cube, one of the most successful sci-fi thrillers of the last decade, a new group of unwilling participants frantically moves through an ominous construct of cube-shaped rooms. Each room holds the threat of hideously inventive and painful death. Finding the real exit, however, may not offer the freedom one seeks.


  • Grey Knight (2005)
    Grey Knight

    Review: I remember when I was little I saw this flick real late at night and absolutely loved it (although I saw it under the title, "Killing Box"). Not too long ago I found Grey Knight at the ol' Blockbuster and was sooo excited I rented it (good thing I talked myself out of buying it). While ripe with cameos, (i.e. Billy Bob Thorton, David Arquette, Martin Sheen, etc) this movie was just plain bad. I must have been really easy to please in my youth. Grey Knight, I do have to say, has a great idea for a film but…


  • From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money (1999)
    From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money

    Review: This movie is about a bunch of bank robbers. When member messes around with a vampire and becomes bitten and thus forth a vampire himself. He comes back and slowly starts to wreak havoc.


  • Vampire Girl vs.Frankenstein Girl (2009)
    Vampire Girl vs.Frankenstein Girl

    Review: The deranged genius behind Tokyo Gore Police is back with a chilling new flick that’s re-writing the hallowed history of the horror genre. Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl is the terrifying story of two classic monsters re-imagined as super hot – and extremely lethal – Japanese school girls. Gore rules supreme in this blood-cake cavalcade of carnage chosen as the winner of the Audience Award at the 2009 NY Asian Film Festival. Fan boys and movie blogs are already buzzing over this bloodbath du jour, and aficionados of psychedelic blood-filled chocolates, mad scientist principals, sumo wrestlers from hell, and sex-crazed…


  • The Final Destination (2009)
    The Final Destination

    Review: Installment #4 in the premonition-laden Final Destination series comes on like a poker-faced send-up of the previous episodes, featuring a collection of hilariously over-the-top deaths and the usual array of Rube Goldberg set-ups--except this time the chain reactions rarely result in mayhem. Fate, it seems, is more random than that. We open at a racetrack, where vapid teen Bobby Campo has a vision of slaughter involving cars crashing and bleachers crumbling. When he hustles girlfriend Shantal VanSanten and their friends out of the grandstands before the real conflagration, it doesn't take long to figure out that their time is going…


  • Here Comes the Devil (2012)
    Here Comes the Devil

    Review: Here Comes the Devil (2012) was on my must see list after the scary movie trailer left me yearning for more. Director Adrian Garcia Bogliano (Penumbra, The Accursed, Watch'em Die, Scream the Night) is also the writer of Here Comes the Devil. This director should receive an award for the marvelous job he did with this movie. I was captured from the beginning to the very ending of this movie. After seeing the trailer numerous times, I had a clue that this movie would be inappropriate for kids who like horror movies. I would not recommend Here Comes the Devil…


  • Let Me In (2010)
    Let Me In

    Review: Let Me In is the US remake version of the popular foreign vampire film Let the Right One In. This is a very touching vampire movie that tries to both show the vicious nature of vampires and the need for some vampires to connect with humans to protect them. You really feel like this is a real vampire story being told which has been called "chillingly real" and "one of the best horror films of the year" by many critics. In small New Mexico, a lonely, bullied boy, Owen (Kodi Smit-McPhee - The Road), forms a unique bond with his new…


  • Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993)
    Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday

    Review: Shows a more mystical and demonic play on Jason. A gruesome movie with some gross scenes. A must see. Scare yourself into purgatory as the body count continues. The relentless, hockey-masked killer Jason Voorhees returns for more bloody carnage in this ninth chapter of the frightfully successful Friday the 13th series.