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Horror 20 Movie Collection DVD
Horror 20 Movie Collection

Horror 20 Movie Collection

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A premium, 20-Movie Collection of licensed films from Columbia Pictures / Sony Pictures

  • Hostel (Unrated Director's Cut) (2005) / Not Rated

Jay Hernandez, Derek Richardson, Eythor Gudjonsson

Presented by Quentin Tarantino (Kill Bill, Vol. 1 & 2) and directed by Eli Roth (Cabin Fever), Hostel is a shocking and relentless film in the tradition of Saw about two American backpackers (Jay Hernandez, Friday Night Lights and Derek Richardson, Dumb and Dumberer) in Europe who find themselves lured in as victims of a murder-for-profit business. - "... an old-school exercise in shock and gore, with scary ideas and unblinking splatter." - Empire

  • Hostel Part II (Unrated Director's Cut) (2007) / Not Rated

Lauren German, Roger Bart, Heather Matarazzo, Bijou Phillips

Presented by Quentin Tarantino (Kill Bill, Vols. 1 & 2) and written and directed by Eli Roth (Hostel, Cabin Fever), Hostel Part II is the shocking and gruesome sequel about the underground torture ring where rich businessmen pay to torture and murder their victims. - "...up-to-the-minute shivers.." - Entertainment Weekly

  • Anatomy (2000) / R

Franka Potente, Benno Furmann, Anna Loos

When Paula (Franka Potente, The Bourne Identity), a brilliant, ambitious medical student, is accepted into a prestigious anatomy class taught by a legendary professor, it seems like a dream come true. But her school days soon turn to nightmares when several of her fellow classmates turn up dead in the university’s morgue. Puzzled by the bizarre deaths, Paula soon uncovers a secret medical society whose members perform grisly autopsies on human subjects – while they are still alive – and is plunged into a chillingly macabre world from which no one escapes to tell the terrifying truth. - “Anatomy is a great thriller for those of us who are tiring of the endless rehashing of the same types of horror movie.” – dvdempire.com, D.W.Pritchett

  • Anatomy 2 (2002) / R

Franka Potente, Barnaby Metschurat, Arian Schnug, Herbert Knaup

In the research department of Berlin’s most prestigious hospital, a centuries-old secret society is once again operating outside the rules of medical science – and the laws of nature. This time Anti-Hippocratics are led by a renowned neurosurgeon bent on developing the first synthetic body parts – at all costs. Assisted by a handpicked team of ambitious medical students, the doctor is close to achieving his ruthless dream – until an inquisitive young intern and a relentless investigator (Franka Potente, Run Lola Run) discover the deadly truth about the team’s experiments. Now, this terrifying body of information could cost them their lives in this chilling sequel to the acclaimed suspense thriller Anatomy. - “A combination of thrills, laughs, twists and even a sentimental streak.” – efilmcritic.com, Greg Muskewitz

  • Hollow Man (Director's Cut) (2000) / Not Rated

Kevin Bacon, Elizabeth Shue, Josh Brolin

Kevin Bacon and Elisabeth Shue play former lovers who, along with a team of other scientists like themselves, discover the secret of invisibility. - "100 per cent, full-on, vulgar showmanship." - Empire

  • Hollow Man 2 (2006) / R

Christian Slater, Peter Facinelli, Laura Regan

Christian Slater stars in the action-packed sequel to the box office hit Hollow Man as a dangerous invisible solider gone rouge. Facing his demise unless given a life saving serum, he hunts down the biologist involved in his transformation, the detective assigned to protect her, and the government forces that created him. - "...a sci-fi guilty pleasure.." - digitallyobsessed.com

  • The Hunt for the BTK Killer (2005) / Not Rated

Robert Forster, Gregg Henry, Michael Michelle

Robert Forster (TV's Huff, Karen Sisco) and Gregg Henry (TV's Gilmore Girls, 24) star in The Hunt For The BTK Killer, based on the extraordinary true story of the manhunt, capture, and conviction of the infamous serial killer. Two Wichita detectives search for the fiendish murderer with clues, puzzles and obscene letters left by the criminal for nearly thirty years. - "...the case's conclusion is even more shocking." - DVD Verdict Review

  • The Tattooist (2007) / R

Jason Behr, Mia Blake, Ian Vincent

A tattooist unwittingly unleashes a forcible deadly spirit through an ancient Samoan tattoo tool. Now marked for death, he will need to uncover the source of the evil in order to save his new love, and recover his own soul. - "Director Peter Burger teeters between a straight horror film and a of theological/mystical suspense film." - DVD Talk/ Ian Jane

  • Anaconda (1997) / PG-13

Jennifer Lopez, Ice Cube, Jon Voight

A film crew headed by anthropologist Steve Cale (Eric Stoltz) and director Terri Flores (Jennifer Lopez) journey through a river to find a mysterious Indian tribe and shoot a documentary on them. They save a guy called Paul Sarone (Jon Voight) from a sinking boat. He offers to help in their search for the tribe, but he is actually a snake-hunter looking for the legendary anaconda snake, and when Cale is bitten by some tropical insect, Sarone takes over the boat.

  • Black Water (2007) / R

Diana Glenn, Maeve Dermody, Andy Rodoreda

Inspired by frightening true events, three friends must fight for their lives against a man-eating crocodile when they come trapped in a remote Australian mangrove swamp.

  • Red Water (2003) / R

Lou Diamond Phillips, Kristy Swanson, Coolio

Nobody knows what or who is leaving behind mangled remains on the banks of a Louisiana River until it is revealed that there is one breed of shark that can live in fresh water - a giant carnivore, stalking the living under the surface. Now, as workers search the river for a source of natural gas, and criminals are hunting a buried treasure, it is up to a small group of hunters to find and destroy the murderous beast, bent on killing anything that leaves the shore...

  • She Creature (2001) / R

Rufus Sewell, Carla Gugino, Jim Piddock

Angus and Lillie are traveling the Irish countryside with their carnival sideshow when they befriend a wealthy old sailor. After giving him a ride to his castle, he shows them his deadly prize: a real, live mermaid held captive in a tank. Eager for fame and fortune, Angus and his crew steal the sea creature and make plans to set sail for America. After loading their cargo and boarding a boat, they soon learn that the animal they possess is as dangerous as it is beautiful. But nothing can prepare them for the horror that awaits them as their boat drifts further and further out to sea. Get ready for an edge-of-your-seat thrill ride that will scare you to the bone!

  • The Breed (2001) / R

Adrian Paul, Bokeem Woodbine, Bai Ling

FBI Agent Steven Grant (Bokeem Woodbine) is reluctantly assigned to track a renegade bloodsucker that is bent on exposing a government plan to integrate vampires into society. Along with his new partner "good" vampire cop Aaron Grey (Adrian Paul), Grant follows the clues and the bodies to the lair of the stunningly beautiful Lucy (Bai Ling). Trusting any vampire is difficult for Grant, but when he finds himself falling for Lucy and her exotic charms, the line between the good guys and the bad guys begins to blur, and his next move could be his last.

  • The Cave (2005) / PG-13

Cole Hauser, Eddie Cibrian, Lena Headey

Deep in the Romanian forest, a team of scientists stumbles upon the ruins of a 13th-century abbey. On further inspection, they make a startling discovery - the abbey is built over the entrance to a giant underground cave system. Local biologists believe the cave could be home to an undiscovered ecosystem, so they hire a group of American cave explorers to help them investigate its depths.

  • The Forsaken (2001) / R

Kerr Smith, Brendan Fehr, Izabella Miko

A cross-country road trip takes a dangerous detour when driver-for-hire Sean picks up Nick, a hitchhiker who is on the trail of a band of vampires. At a roadside diner, they encounter a crazed and helpless woman, a recent victim of a vampire feeding, and Sean becomes infected. Now, the three must race against time to track down and kill the source of the virus, a centuries-old vampire with superhuman strength and an appetite for blood. A hard-driving, adrenaline-pumping thriller in the infectious tradition of The Lost Boys and John Carpenter's Vampires, The Forsaken will scare the daylights out of you!

  • Vampires: The Turning(2005) / R

Colin Egglesfield, Stephanie Chao, Roger Yuan

For 800 years, they've fought to the death among the dark shadows of Thailand's exotic nights. Two armies of vampires. One, ruthless allies of the evil Niran, who delight in feasting on human blood. The other, loyal followers of the beautiful Song Neng, battling to end Niran's brutal reign of terror. Suddenly trapped in this eerie underworld are two American tourists: Amanda, kidnapped by Niran and turned into his blood slave; and Connor, her boyfriend, desperate to save her soul. Now faced with the ultimate sacrifice, Connor must either join the fight against the forces of darkness or risk losing Amanda forever in this taut, martial-arts-packed tale of horror.

  • Bats: Human Harvest(2007) / R

B.J. Britt, David Chokachi, Pollyanna McIntosh

Time: Present Day. The Place: Russia. The mission: To track down and capture fanatical weapons specialist Dr. Walsh hiding in a research facility deep in the notorious Belzan forest of Chechnya. Specially-trained and armed, an elite unit of soldiers is combing through the endless forest looking to bring their target to justice. But what they're about to find is an enemy they're not prepared to fight - genetically altered vampire bats programmed to feast on human flesh and blood - in this horrifying action thriller.

  • Fatal Contact: Bird Flu in America(2006) / Not Rated

Joely Richardson, Scott Cohen, Stacy Keach

A virus with no cure. A threat with no borders. A nation with no chance of escaping H5N1, the Avian Flu. When a mutation of the virus is discovered in a local marketplace, China sends an emergency summons to Dr. Iris Varnack of the Epidemic Intelligence Service. When she arrives, she discovers her efforts may be too late - an American businessman has become the first victim of a strain that is passed from human to human and has brought it to America.

  • Kaw(2007) / R

Sean Patrick Flanery, Stephen McHattie, Kristin Booth

A frightening tale told in the tradition of Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds, in which a small town is forever changed by a flock of ravens with an insatiable taste for human flesh. Chief of Police Wayne Merkle and his new wife plan to move to the city to start a new life. But his final day as police chief quickly transforms from quiet into a torrent of terror and death, as the townspeople are viciously attacked by thousands of ravens who are fierce, intelligent and deadly. Now it's up to Wayne, along with the town doctor and a military veteran, to save the remaining townspeople before the birds take over the town entirely.

  • Nightwing(1979) / PG

Nick Mancuso, David Warner, Kathryn Harrold

Youngman Duran (Nick Mancuso), a Maskai Indian tribal deputy is torn between the modern world and the ancient mysticism of his people. During his patrol he is summoned to investigate the bizarre death of a horse. The animal exhibits razor-sharp wounds that no coyote or mountain lion could inflict. Meanwhile, his girlfriend, on a camping trip in the desert, is attacked by thousands of swarming bats. Duran learns of the attack and sets out to save her, not knowing the terror that looms ahead.

Title: Horror 20 Movie Collection
Genre: Horror
Starring: Jay Hernandez, Kevin Bacon, Jennifer Lopez
Studio: Mill Creek Ent
Attributes: 5PC
Release Date: 3/7/2017
Product Type: DVD
Rated: R
UPC: 683904545862
Item #: 1779734X

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