The backwoods of 19th Century Canada are no place for two young girls to travel alone at night, which is why Ginger Fitzgerald and her sister Brigitte are so pleased to stumble upon a remote trading outpost. But as the full moon rises, it becomes clear that the fort is the target for a pack of monstrous supernatural beasts and no-one may survive the night…
Following the death of her father, India Stoker (Mia Wasikowska) meets her charismatic uncle (Matthew Goode), whom she never knew existed. When he moves in to comfort India and her mother (Nicole Kidman), the two find that the newest member of their family might actually be their worst nightmare.
Sexy temptress Megan Fox is hotter than hell as Jennifer, a gorgeous, seductive cheerleader who takes evil to a whole new level after she's possessed by a sinister demon. Steamy action and gore galore ensue as the male student body succumbs to Jennifer's insatiable appetite for human flesh. Now it's up to her best friend (Amanda Seyfried) to stop Jennifer's reign of terror before it's too late!
Divine stars as mean teen Dawn Davenport, who turns to a life of crime when her parents fail to give her the cha-cha heels she wants for Christmas. With her illegitimate daughter (Mink Stole) and delinquent girlfriends beside her, she becomes a bizarre canvas for the fascist Lipstick Beauty Salon owners (David Lochary, Mary Vivian Pearce). A media star obsessed with the idea that "crime is beauty", her story comes to a shocking conclusion!
When a rich countess is murdered, it's a race to see who'll inherit her estate and you can bet that the body count is going to rise rapidly in the process as the plot twists spin wildly out of control. The pile of bloodied corpses is going to get higher and higher as one by one the mangled victims are hung, speared, stabbed and macheted. Thirteen horrific murders turn the screen crimson with blood. Thirteen corpses float in the Bay of Blood...
Told in anthology style by an impassive physician (Teruo Yoshida), the first story follows Oito (Masumi Tachibana), an innocent young girl deceived by a handsome yakuza and sold into prostitution who finds herself in a doomed love affair with the man who brought her to ruin. The tale of Ochise (Mitsuko Aoi) is about the daughter of a rich merchant whose insatiable appetite for filth and perversion draws her deeper into violence, darkness and betrayal. Finally, the story of Omitsu (Miki Obana) follows a sadistic lord (Asao Koike) whose eye is caught one day by a beautiful member of his harem who shares his strange taste for pain and blood, but who holds a secret of her own that will destroy his entire household.
Sultry icon, Reiko Ike plays Ocho Inoshika, a gambler and pickpocket operating out of the Tokyo in the early 1920s. At a young age, Ocho witnessed the brutal murder of her father, killed by the local Yakuza. Now grown up she deftly makes her living on the streets with a few kindred spirits, taking advantage of anyone she can. When Ocho visits a gambling parlour she witnesses the attempt on a man's life by a young anarchist, a few men are killed in the ensuing fray. Ocho holds a man in her arms as he dies and his last request is that she find his sister, Yuki, to buy her out of a life of prostitution. Ocho already seeking revenge for her father's death, agrees to the dying man's request, it's not too long before she tracks Yuki down. Ocho offers to buy her back from the brother owner, but he instead opts to have her risk her own virtue in a game of change against another female gambler named Christina (played by Christina Lindberg). Ocho agrees to the challenge and wins Yuki back, but not before the man forces himself on her.Christina is not only a female gambler but also a foreign agent sent to help stop the anarchists from disrupting local government. She and Ocho strike up a begrudging respect for one another. We soon learn that there’s a connection between the two of them, the anarchist, and the criminals who run the brothel. As the story unfolds, Ocho, relies on her wits, deadly swordplay and female sexuality to outsmart her would be assailants and extract her cold-hearted revenge in a true cinematic spectacle of sex, sword play, violence and pop art
Beverly (Kathleen Turner) certainly seems to have found the perfect balance in her life. Juggling the needs of her family with her own, she manages to keep it all moving like a well oiled machine, whether its sending Dad, Eugene (Sam Waterson) off to work at his private dental practice, or lending a sympathetic ear to the teenage problems of her children, Misty and Chip. In short Beverly Sutphin is a supermom, or is she? Chip's teacher mysteriously disappears after recommending therapy for Chip's unhealthy fondness of gore films. Misty's new boyfriend winds up brutally murdered after standing her up and one of dad's patients forgets to floss and pays the ultimate price; some begin to wonder if mom isn't all she's cracked up to be!
Goda (Renji Ishibashi) is the introverted owner of a boarding house, where he routinely spies on his tenants through strategically placed holes in the ceiling. One afternoon, he witnesses the wealthy Lady Minako (Junko Miyashita), having a sexual encounter with one of the tenants, whose fetish is to dress up as a clown. Fully aware that she is being watched, Lady Minako kills her lover. Goda, does not go to the police. Instead he takes the opportunity to kill another lodger himself. Soon the two meet and a deadly trust is born.
Despite protesting her innocence, 21-year-old Anne Carson (Joan Taylor) is convicted as an accomplice to a bank robbery and finds herself in prison with 3 equally glamorous cellmates in form-fitting uniforms: tough Jenny (Adele Jergens), unbalanced Dorothy (Phyllis Coates), and deceptive, sweet-talking Melanee (Helen Gilbert). The prison chaplain (Richard Denning) takes an interest in her case and believes her story. However, Anne's cellmates think differently. Convinced that she is guilty, they stage a breakout and force the girl to join them. As Anne meets the darker side of prison life, she learns that her greatest danger is the existence, somewhere out there, of the stolen bank loot everyone thinks she has hidden.
Scotland Yard are chasing a murderer responsible for the deaths of three young women in London, where the killer evidently has no apparent motive but appears to be using the ideas housed in Scotland Yard's "Black Museum" as the theme for his murders. Edmond Bankroft (Michael Gougb) is a popular crime writer who uses his own "black museum" as the base for his stories. While Scotland Yard is baffled by the seemingly unstoppable murders, Bankroft seems to stay one step ahead of the murderer's every move. Which leads to the question of whether Bankroft's obsession with the murders goes deeper than professional journalism... But as the string of horrifying murders continue, innocent victims are stabbed, electrocuted, boiled and decapitated and Scotland Yard is left to wonder, is the killer right under their nose?
When a group of Yankee tourists take a detour and wind up in the small Southern town of Pleasant Valley - which has magically rematerialized 100 years after its destruction during the Civil War - they find themselves welcomed by the eager townsfolk as guests of honour at their centennial celebrations. Little do the Northerners know that the festivities are set to include torture, death and dismemberment...
The feature-film debut from acclaimed writer-director Joseph L. Mankiewicz, 'Dragonwyck' is a sumptuous tale starring Gene Tierney, horror-maestro Vincent Price and Walter Huston. Miranda Wells (Tierney) is an ambitious young woman invited by her cousin Nicholas Van Ryn (Price) to stay at Dragonwyck castle. After her arrival, Van Ryn's wife suddenly dies and Miranda finds herself the new object of her cousin's affections. Charming and mysterious, Van Ryn marries the newcomer but soon the new bride learns that her husband is slowly descending into a strange madness. With luscious costumes and eerie black and white photography, 'Dragonwyck' is a sinister treat, ripe for rediscovery.
It's an incredible cinematic adventure as the legendary Sinbad (Kerwin Mathews) sets off on a dangerous journey to the mysterious Island of Colossus. His quest is to break the spell cast over his beloved princess by a diabolical magician. But before he can save her, Sinbad must battle an awesome collection of mythical monsters - the man-eating Cyclops, a saber-wielding skeleton, a ferocious two-headed bird called the Roc and a fire-breathing dragon.
A dubious cargo ship carrying illegal explosives and sailed by a ruthless, alcoholic captain suddenly finds itself amidst uncharted waters after a savage, tropical storm. Soon its passengers are forced to fight for survival within a strange world inhabited by giant molluscs, huge scorpions, killer crabs, man-eating seaweed, a strange religious cult led by a child prophet, human sacrifice and a Spanish galleon populated by psychotic conquistadors.