Bela Kiss was one of the most brutal serial killers who ever lived, having killed 23 young women during the beginning of the First World War. Their blood-drained bodies were found in metal barrels, conserved in alcohol while Bela Kiss was never found. According to rumors, he has been seen decades later, in different parts of the world. Now almost a century later, five bank robbers search for a hideaway in a remote hotel as they flee from the police. Brutal and unforeseen events take over and build a bridge to the past. The assumed safe house turns into a nightmare...is Bela Kiss still alive?
A disabled war veteran is in bad hands when his family hires the live in nurse from hell in this intense psychological shocker. George (The Sacrament's Gene Jones) is an aging ex-soldier haunted by memories of Vietnam and struggling to reconnect with his estranged son and granddaughter. But when he suffers a stroke and is diagnosed with dementia, George is left in the care of Michelle (Halloween's Kristina Klebe), a seemingly sweet nurse with a disturbing dark side. At the mercy of a psychopath with a hypodermic needle, George becomes a prisoner in his own home, caught in a sadistic game of cat and mouse as brutal as anything he experienced in Vietnam. In his feature debut, director Mike Testin masterfully keeps the tension mounting - until it explodes in delirious violence.
Gifted defense attorney Ray Shekar (Sachin Mehta) finds himself in the middle of a twisted game of who-done-it when his curiosity prompts him to take on the case of Allyson Daugherty (Kristina Klebe), a socialite accused of murdering her husband. Trying to maintain his spotless acquittal record, Ray is determined to uncover the truth about his client's guilt or innocence, but he must keep one step ahead of a persistent police detective (Michael Raynor), who begins to suspect the troubling secret behind Ray's success and sees the Daugherty case as an opportunity to settle an old score.
Sixteen-year-old John Wayne Cleaver (Max Records, Where the Wild Things Are) is not a serial killer -- but he has all the makings of one. Keeping his homicidal tendencies and morbid obsessions with death and murder in check is a constant struggle that only gets harder when a real serial killer begins terrorizing his sleepy Midwestern town. Now, in order to track down a psychopath and protect those around him, John must unleash his darkest inner demons. Based on the cult novel by Dan Wells, this twisted, genre-bending thriller co-stars Christopher Lloyd and Breaking Bad's Laura Fraser.
While walking home Esther Woodhouse is brutally attacked and disfigured by a hooded assailant. This horrible event seems to be a blessing in disguise when Esther finds consolation in a support group. Her life of sadness and solitude is opened up to friendship, understanding, and even acceptance. However, friendship and understanding can be very dangerous things when accepted by the wrong people, as Esther soon embarks down a dark path of obsession.
After a blow to the head, haggard Det. Mickey Hayden (Kiefer Sutherland) acquires an extraordinary new ability: He can visualize the owner of anything he touches. This homicide-solving talent comes in handy when Hayden gets assigned to the hardest case of his life. A serial killer named Jabberwocky has resurfaced, pinning a note to his most recent victim challenging Hayden to stalk the murderer again in this thriller.
Based on the novel by legendary pulp writer Jim Thompson, THE KILLER INSIDE ME tells the story of Lou Ford, a handsome, charming and unassuming small town sheriff's deputy who is in fact a sadist, a psychopath, and a killer.
Dean Cain (Out of Time, Las Vegas, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman) stars as maverick reporter Dan Kovacs, who launches an investigation into the mysterious death of his Pulitzer Prize-winning brother. Hunted by his killers, including corrupt Interpol agent, Natas (Arnold Vosloo: Blood Diamond, The Mummy), and a vast network of government agents on both sides of a military conflict, Kovacs must uncover just who’s working for whom and who can be trusted as he fights to stay alive and unravel the mystery of the “Mega-Bill.”
From Stephen Chow, director of Kung Fu Hustle, comes The Mermaid: the comedic action-filled phenomenon that has become China’s biggest film of all time! When greedy real estate tycoon, Liu Xian (Deng Chao), buys up a pristine coastal enclave known as Green Gulf, he plans to turn it into the hottest property on the market. But Green Gulf harbors a secret: it’s home to the last surviving mermaids, and they are done playing nice. Their plan: send the beautiful Shan (Lin Yun) to seduce Liu and stop the destruction of their beloved oceans. But when their plan goes belly-up, neither humans nor mermaids are willing to back down, and a final, fatal frenzy becomes inevitable.
Lake Charles in Louisiana is the idyllic spot to catch some sun and enjoy the tranquil miles of freshwater. When a group of 20-somethings meet up at their island lake house for a weekend of partying, one of the friends never shows up. As more lake visitors are yanked underwater by what seems to be some giant alligators, the screams bring the group out of the lake house. Frantically discovering their boat has drifted away, they have to watch helplessly as more of their friends are pulled under the water. Will anyone get off the island alive, in one piece? Something more sinister seems to be at play.
BENEATH THE DARKNESS is a teen thriller in the style of Disturbia, with high school kids pitted against a psychotic villain in a community where adults refuse to see one of their own is a serial killer. The villain (Dennis Quaid) is a well-respected mortician in a town where he was once a legendary high school football star. But among the kids he is legendary for a more sinister reason - rumors that his house is haunted. The truth is more evil and much more dangerous -- the town leader murdered his wife and her lover when he caught them having an affair, and now has secretly set up house with his wife's embalmed corpse. The local hero is a flesh-and-blood monster who buries his victims alive, a sociopath who befriends adults and police while openly flaunting his murderous intentions to the teens. He will kill anyone who threatens to expose him or his now-perfect marriage.
A serial killer is on the loose in London, luring young women into his web through ads placed in the personal column. Scotland Yard's bait to ensnare the villain is a young American dance hall girl (played by a stunning Lucille Ball), who encounters a series of likely suspects, including the always dashing George Sanders as a sophisticated playboy and an unforgettable Boris Karloff as a mad fashion designer.
Detective Starks (Terrence Howard) investigates mysterious murders very similar to those committed by the incarcerated serial killer Henry Lee Bishop (Peter Fonda). As Starks tries to crack through Bishop's creepy demeanor to get answers, a young deaf boy finds himself witness to a college girl fighting to stay alive on a voyeur house website - webcast from the very house where Bishop committed the murders years before.