In an effort to repair a stale relationship, JOHN accompanies his archaeologist girlfriend, AMY to a remote island to locate Ancient Native Artifacts. They discover extremely old cave markings along with a long lost believed to be sacred mask; when it disappears, strange occurrences happen which unleashes a mythological creature that hunts them down as they try to escape and get off the island.
1937, Essex, England. Given an opportunity to investigate the most haunted house in England, leading British paranormal investigator, Harry Price, is given the keys to the infamous Borley Rectory for six months, hoping to discover the truth behind the hauntings, strange sounds and apparitions that have plagued the abandoned property and surrounding area for over 500 years.
Cast: Kaley Cuoco, Leighton Meester, Paul Wesley, Torrey DeVitto
It's the Winter of 2008, and television director Jake Tanner (Paul Wesley) is out of work. The reality show he was working on has been canceled, and his agent (Nestor Carbonell) just landed him a new job. This one on a show tracing the unlikely winning streak of a North Dakota high school hockey team. Jake arrives in White Plains and something seems...off. A local cheerleader (Leighton Meester) has had an "accident" that's left the town shaken. Jake also has to deal with high-maintenance celebrity Blanca Champion (Kaley Cuoco). She's there trying to bounce back her latest tabloid scandal and doing research for a movie role. But when cast and crew members start disappearing, Blanca proves to be the least of Jake's worries. The body count is piling up fast, but who could be responsible? The ex-convict from the backwoods? The short-fused hockey coach? The cheerleader's boyfriend? Jake kicks into overdrive to stop the killer and keep him and his crew alive. This all-new Director's Cut has been completely overhauled for 2021.
In the heart of the Austrian Alps, a group of scientists, including geologist Janek, ecologist Tanja, and technician Falk, are stationed at a remote research outpost to monitor the effects of climate change on the glaciers. They live in relative isolation, connected to the outside world only by radio communication.
One day, a glacial meltdown reveals a crimson liquid oozing from deep within the ice. The substance seems to have a mutagenic effect on local wildlife, transforming them into horrifying hybrids of various creatures. As these bloodthirsty monsters begin to encroach on the outpost, the team's initial shock and disbelief turn to sheer terror.
As the situation escalates and the creatures become more aggressive and numerous, the group's survival instincts kick in. They must put aside their personal conflicts and work together to fortify the outpost and find a way to contact the outside world for help. Tensions rise, and trust becomes a scarce commodity among the scientists, leading to a series of chilling confrontations.
Amidst the chaos, they discover that the mutant organisms are not only a threat to their lives but also potentially a global catastrophe if they escape the mountains. With time running out and their numbers dwindling, the team races against the clock to contain the horrifying mutation and prevent it from spreading beyond the confines of the blood-soaked glacier.
"Blood Glacier" is a suspenseful and gory journey into the heart of environmental horror, where the consequences of human actions come back to haunt us in the most nightmarish way possible.
Cast: Conleth Hill, Alix Wilton Regan, Fisayo Akinade, Alex Hassell
As time passes, desperation intensifies among the shipwrecked men, for the promised rescue boat never materializes. Suspicion festers, particularly in one of the sailors who becomes increasingly skeptical of the island's history and the circumstances surrounding its abrupt abandonment. A chilling pattern emerges from his investigation - every year, on the same date, a calamitous maritime disaster claims the lives of young men from the island. The sailor's shipmates meet grim fates, leading him to confront the eerie legend of a malevolent siren haunting The Isle.
With an unrelenting determination to unearth the truth and facing imminent peril, the sailor embarks on a perilous journey into the heart of the island's enigmas. He races against time and a malevolent force that seeks to ensnare him, all while battling to preserve his own life. "The Isle" is a suspenseful and haunting narrative that explores themes of survival, folklore, and the relentless pursuit of the unknown, set against the backdrop of a remote and menacing Scottish isle in 1841.
Cast: Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Joe Pantoliano, Marcella Lentz-Pope, Jacinda Barrett
Noah (Meyers), who is seeking to reconnect with his outcast brother after the death of their father. Noah hopes to make amends and share the family's fortune but instead finds himself in a dark underworld that threatens to tear his family apart. As he struggles to maintain his sanity, Noah is led on a terrifying trail to the truth through a series of cryptic clues.
Kiki, a young witch, reaches the age of thirteen, a crucial milestone for witches when they embark on a mandatory one-year journey to develop their magical skills and find their place in the world. Accompanied by her trusty black cat, Jiji, Kiki leaves her family and home behind to venture into the unknown.
She arrives in a charming coastal town and decides to use her flying ability to offer a delivery service. Her unique talent quickly gains attention and trust from the townsfolk, and she becomes an integral part of the community. Kiki's clients include a kindly baker and his wife who offer her a room above their bakery.
As Kiki navigates her newfound independence, she encounters a variety of challenges and adventures, from helping to operate a windmill to assisting with a local aviation enthusiast's project. She also experiences the typical ups and downs of teenage life, including making new friends and dealing with the occasional bout of self-doubt.
However, it is during a medical emergency that Kiki faces her greatest test. When a friend is in need, she must find the inner strength to overcome self-doubt and muster the resolve to continue her magical journey.
"Kiki's Delivery Service" is a beautifully animated film that celebrates the themes of independence, friendship, and the power of self-belief. It is a timeless tale of a young girl's coming-of-age and her determination to make a positive impact on the world while staying true to herself.
The Lawrenceton Public Library is holding a Renaissance gala fundraiser, they having acquired on loan a few pieces from the Seattle Museum of History for display, including a crown worn by Elizabeth I. One of the museum's board members, James Reading, wants this to be the first of many such loans to organizations to provide greater exposure to their Tudor exhibit, while its Assistant Director Kelly Stevens was against the loan in believing it too great a risk. In addition to the museum's own security services, Lawrenceton PD led by Chief Lynn Smith and her husband Detective Arthur Smith will oversee security as it relates to the venue. Within minutes of the last check on the pieces to their scheduled unveiling at the gala's formal presentation, the crown goes missing. Assistant Librarian Aurora Teagarden - Ro to her friends - her Criminology Professor boyfriend Nick Miller, and their fellow members of the Real Murders Discussion Club, especially those also at the gala, can't help but investigate the theft, much to Lynn's chagrin, she who has always resented Ro inserting herself into police investigations. The investigation becomes more in the Discussion Club's wheelhouse when the chief suspect is found murdered, the assumption that the victim, while the one who carried out the theft, was just the front person for the murderer. Someone who may be able to provide some valuable background to Ro and Nick is Nick's colleague Eric Hanson, a Professor of Western Civilization who Nick and Ro tried to set up with Ro's best friend and fellow Club member, reporter Sally Allison. Sally, in turn, felt no sparks with academic Eric until he showed some interest in this case himself. Among the suspects are: milquetoast Howard Kane, a regular library patron who Ro learns is an ex-con, his time served for theft; Seattle based importer/exporter Miya Quan, who refused to be searched after the theft, threatening legal action if she was; and Kelly Stevens herself, she who has made no bones about wanting her boss' job, she being able to point to the theft and her objection to the loan as reasons for her to take over. Through it all, Nick tries to outwit super-sleuth Ro by finding a time she would least expect to ask her to marry him, the investigation which may throw a wrench into the proceedings in more ways than one.
Cast: Diane Ladd, George Wendt, Arliss Howard, Larry Pine
The story centers around Nick Dunbar (played by Arliss Howard), a determined and street-smart police detective with a knack for solving cases. When the murder of a beloved high school teacher goes unsolved, Nick takes it upon himself to investigate the crime undercover.
Disguised as a high school student, Nick enrolls in the same school where the victim taught. While posing as a typical teenager, he struggles to adjust to the complexities of teenage life, including homework, cliques, and teenage romance.
Throughout his investigation, Nick befriends the quirky and socially awkward student Matthew Burton (played by Loren Dean), who becomes his unwitting sidekick. Together, they navigate the halls of high school, uncovering secrets, and following leads.
As Nick delves deeper into the lives of students and staff, he encounters various suspects, each with a motive that makes them potential culprits. Along the way, he forms unexpected connections with the people he meets, gaining insight into the challenges and emotions of adolescence.
As the mystery unfolds, Nick discovers that the murder is more complex than he initially thought. With the help of Matthew and some of his fellow students, he unravels a web of deception and exposes surprising truths that lead him closer to the identity of the killer.
"Plain Clothes" combines elements of comedy, drama, and detective work to create a refreshing and entertaining film. The humorous moments of Nick's awkward interactions as a high school student are balanced by the seriousness of the murder investigation, resulting in a captivating and engaging narrative.
The film also delves into themes of identity, friendship, and the struggles teenagers face while navigating the challenges of adolescence. As Nick immerses himself in the world of high school, he gains a new perspective on the complexities of teenage life, challenging his assumptions about young people.
"Plain Clothes" offers a delightful and heartwarming experience, with a talented cast and a compelling mix of genres. The film delivers a fresh take on the coming-of-age story, intertwined with an engaging mystery that keeps audiences guessing until the very end.