The Music of Jo Hyeja is a cross-cultural adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's 'The Music of Erich Zann': a young student living in a ghetto on the edge of Seoul named Miju, encounters a mysterious upstairs neighbor, an elderly zither-player named Jo Hyeja whose bizarre musical performances fill the air each night.
A mysterious window in Mrs. Jo's lightless upper room beckons menacingly, calling Miju to the attic. Will she survive her brush with the ancient, macabre terrors summoned by a song that shatters the laws of music, sanity, and the very universe itself?
Doctor William Dyer may be the smartest theoretical physicist alive, but he has just blown it. After a routine CERN experiment goes horribly wrong, Dyer has to get to the emergency data access facility he has installed in an abandoned building nearby.
A race against time to avoid unthinkable Armageddon turns into something else - a struggle with himself and his own guilt. Only now, he not alone.
Something older than time itself that has been waiting through the aeons for the chance to return.
And now, the door is open.
A S.W.A.T. team is called into action to respond to a missing police offer in the dead of night. What originally seemed like a routine call has left a grizzly scene inside a home, and the officers find more than their training prepared them for. "Feed A" is a marriage between horror/sci-fi/and the found footage genre. Will they get out of this house alive, or worse, find the truth of the terrible events that were taking place before they arrived?
A cursed statue of the God Yig is found in Arizona by an Archeologist, he's killed, and the statue falls into the hands of his friend who must get rid of it to break the curse.
A Swedish Brothers Grimm horror fantasy. A girl in a hospital gown and a paper crown travels by bus to the one she loves the most. But in the shadows between the chairs and poles demons lurk to alter and destroy her mind.
The Captured Bird is a darkly poetic fable that begins with a little girl drawing figures of people with chalk on the cement of a playground. She takes notice of an unusual crack in the pavement that is seeping a mysterious black fluid, which she follows to an ominous mansion. Inside, she encounters several bizarre phenomena, including walls that bleed black and tentacles that emerge from the ceiling to touch her. She then witnesses the birth of five terrifying supernatural beings that threaten the existence of her world.
Based on H.P. Lovecraft's story of the same name, The Shunned House features a two-man ghost hunting team that takes it upon themselves to explore a house with an uneasy history...
In 1987 Charles Band directed "PULSESPOUNDERS", an anthology film comprised of three 30 minute sequels to the biggest hits of Empire Pictures: "H.P. LOVECRAFT's THE EVIL CLERGYMAN", a "TRANCERS" sequel, and a sequel to "THE DUNGEONMASTER". "PULSEPOUNDERS" was shot and edited in 1988 before circumstances prevented it from being released. In addition the original 35mm negative for the 3 episodes has never been found. For the last 25 years, fans have been excited to see any footage from this lost treasure.
Ana Argento, an accomplished cartoon artist yet frustrated with her relationships, meets two other strange characters with peculiar lives. Tom is a chronic cataleptic who ironically is a life insurance salesman, and Daniel Torres is a sociopath and rapist coroner who has a peculiar method. He induces catalepsy by pouring a voodoo potion on girls drinks and they are sent to the morgue. When they are sent there, he is waiting to rape and strangle them unsuspiciously. His plans tend to go wrong when Tom wakes up from his catalepsy when Daniel is in the Morgue.
All Hell breaks loose when Ron asks Jack a simple question: 'So, what did you do this weekend'. What follows is a serious game of one-upsmanship, mayhem and a magical battle to the death.