And you thought it was safe to go back in the shower! Anthony Perkins recreates his most famous role and makes his directing debut in this second sequel to Alfred Hitchcock's legendary thriller. Once again, the Bates Motel is the site of nasty doings as rehabilitated psychopath Norman Bates (Perkins) attempts to help a vulnerable ex-nun (Diana Scarwid). As usual, Norman turns to Mother -- still propped up in her bedroom window -- for assistance.
Easygoing but psychotic Dennis is released from jail, where he has served a sentence for his complicity in a suspicious death. Wandering through an Ozzie & Harriet-type small town, Dennis makes friends with a seemingly normal high schooler, Sue Ann. He lies to her about his imaginary career as a secret agent, and she is thrilled to the point of joining him in his further adventures. Their developing relationship becomes a lethal combination as Sue Ann uses Dennis's undying devotion and his bragging about being a secret agent for her own evil ends.
A pair of Chicago detectives apprehend a serial killer. However, after the killer is convicted and executed, a new series of murders done in the late killer's peculiar style begin to turn up, potentially implicating one of the detectives. MPAA Rating: R
In the small town of Ovid, Colorado, Joan Burrows (Angela Bettis) awakens in the basement morgue of Ernie Bishop, a local undertaker who secretly tortures, mutilates, and kills teenage girls. Before becoming Bishop's latest victim, Joan manages to kill him and escape with her life. Sixteen years later and still bearing the scars of her torment, Joan returns to her hometown in time to see her niece, Olympia, be crowned Prom Queen. Soon after Joan's arrival, murders by an alleged copycat killer begin targeting Olympia and her girlfriends. As the police investigation unfolds, all clues lead back to the mentally-fragile Joan, who must clear her name, rescue Olympia, and confront the gruesome and barbaric killer before it is too late.
Young publishing executive Carly (Stone) takes an apartment in an exclusive "sliver" building in New York, only to learn that the previous tenant, who bore a great resemblance to Carly, died in a mysterious fall from the apartment balcony. When other tenants of the building begin to die likewise mysteriously, Carly begins to suspect that a killer may be inhabiting the building and that it may be either Zeke (Baldwin), the voyeuristic building owner with whom she's become involved romantically, or Jack (Berenger), a mystery writer with a suspicious quality.
Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner and Emmy-nominee Angelina Jolie ("Mr. & Mrs. Smith," "Alexander") stars as an FBI profiler called in to help track down a serial killer who assumes the identities of his victims in this psychological suspense thriller. As she continues her investigation, she finds herself not only involved with her key witness, but also surrounded by numerous suspects and no one to trust. Also starring Academy Award-nominee Ethan Hawke ("Before Sunset," "Training Day"), Emmy-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Kiefer Sutherland (TV's "24," "A Time to Kill"), Olivier Martinex ("S.W.A.T.," "Unfaithful") and Academy Award-nominee and Emmy and Golden Globe-winner Gena Rowlands ("The Notebook," "The Skeleton Key"). Based on the novel by Michael Pye.
Consider MR. BROOKS. A successful businessman, a generous philanthropist, a loving father and devoted husband. Seemingly, he's perfect. But Mr. Brooks has a secret -- he is an insatiable serial killer, so lethally clever that no one has ever suspected him -- until now. Academy Award winner Kevin Costner stars as Earl Brooks, a man who has managed to keep his two incompatible worlds from intersecting by controlling his cunning, wicked alter ego Marshall (Academy Award winner William Hurt) whom he blames for his wrongdoings. But now, as Mr. Brooks succumbs to one last murderous urge, an amateur photographer (Dane Cook) witnesses the crime. Suddenly Brooks finds himself entangled in the dark agenda of an opportunistic bystander, as well as hunted by the unorthodox and tenacious detective Tracy Atwood (Demi Moore). Can Mr. Brooks outsmart his adversaries and conceal his shocking double life from his wife (Marg Helgenberger) and daughter (Danielle Panabaker) or will someone expose...
In post-Hurricane Katrina New Orleans, disgraced cop Ben Chaney (Josh Lucas) has to deal with his drink problem while investigating the murder of a beautiful cellist (Lake Bell). In a supernatural twist he gets help from an unusual quarter - the ghost of the victim herself. She's seeking to get justice for her brother (Nick Lashaway), who was convicted of her murder, but recent events lead Chaney to investigate an untrustworthy country club owner (Cary Elwes).
Four friends decide to break into the city morgue and record themselves holding a séance after Joey accuses the other of being a fake psychic medium. When the group summons a demon by mistake Joey breaks the circle of protection and causes himself to be vulnerable. Once possessed they will have to find a way to drive the demon out of their friend before it destroys them all.
Corky, a lesbian ex con hired to work in an apartment as a plumber, meets neighbors Caesar, who launders money for the Mafia, and his girlfriend Violet. The two women have a love affair and decide to steal $2,000,000 that Caesar has in custody before he gives them back to Mafia boss Gino Marzone. Caesar is set up by the two scheming women as a scapegoat but things start to go wrong when he reacts in an unexpected way...
Jon Finch, Alec McCowen and Barry Foster star in this morbid blend of horror and wit-the first Hitchcock film to earn an 'R' rating. The Necktie Murderer has the London Police on red alert, and an innocent man is on a desperate quest to find the real serial rapist-murderer and clear his own name. Alternating heart-pounding tension with distinctive Hitchcock humor, Frenzy marked the Master of Suspense's return to his native England after almost twenty years.
Theo and his pregnant fiancée Rose are a young couple who set out to rekindle their romance by going on a camping trip in the remote Scottish Highlands. But when ghostly apparitions begin to possess Rose and her unborn child, their lives quickly descend into a nightmare from which they cannot escape. 2014 Green13 Films. 2015 Phase 4 Films, All Rights Reserved. Distributed exclusively in the United States by Phase 4 Films (USA), LLC / 460 Greenway Industrial Drive, Suite A, Fort Mill, SC 29708 / 1.866.495.3650 / The eOne logo and all related indicia are trademarks of Entertainment One Ltd.
Academy Award winner Holly Hunter and Academy Award nominee Sigourney Weaver star in this white-knuckled thriller about a police detective, an agoraphobic criminal psychologist ... and a ruthless serial killer imitating his heroes crimes as a murderous Copycat.
Years after terrorizing a small Texas community, the God's Hand Killer has returned - leaving in his wake a perplexing trail of fear and death. Convinced that he knows the killer's identity, Fenton Meiks shows up at FBI Headquarters, intent on putting an end to the murderous rampage and relieving his conscience of his family's sinister secrets.
Scripter Jeb Stuart (Die Hard) made his directorial debut with this thriller about an FBI agent in pursuit of a serial killer. Politically ambitious Amarillo police chief Jack McGinnis (William Fichtner) uses a local murder to gain votes in his campaign, a setback for Sheriff Buck Olmstead (R. Lee Ermey), up for re-election. The situation looks better for Olmstead after FBI agent Frank LaCrosse (Dennis Quaid) arrives to track the killer. LaCrosse has a personal agenda: he's convinced this killer is the man who kidnapped his son. Meanwhile, ex-medical student Lane Dixon (Jared Leto), hitchhiking across New Mexico, gets a lift from friendly Bob Goodall (Danny Glover), a former rail worker who later rescues Dixon from menacing miners in a bar. Red herrings throughout conceal the true identity of the killer. Some scenes were filmed at an altitude of 10,000 feet in Red Cliff, Colorado. Working titles include: Going West in America, Going West. Shown at the 1997 Denver Film Festival.