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.
In a dystopian near future, a corporate heist goes wrong and the team members struggle to survive a desperate escape through the apocalyptic sprawl with their stolen prize, a weapon of unspeakable power. As they navigate the urban wasteland, they must contend with barbaric gangs, corporate death squads and the terrifying truth about the weapon they have stolen.
"Punishment Park" is a pseudo-documentary purporting to be a film crews's news coverage of the team of soldiers escorting a group of hippies, draft dodgers, and anti-establishment types across the desert in a type of capture the flag game. The soldiers vow not to interfere with the rebels' progress and merely shepherd them along to their destination. At that point, having obtained their goal, they will be released. The film crew's coverage is meant to insure that the military's intentions are honorable. As the representatives of the 60's counter-culture get nearer to passing this arbitrary test, the soldiers become increasingly hostile, attempting to force the hippies out of their pacifist behavior. A lot of this film appears improvised and in several scenes real tempers seem to flare as some of the "acting" got overaggressive. This is a interesting exercise in situational ethics. The cinéma vérité style, hand-held camera, and ambiguous demands of the director - would the actors be able to maintain their roles given the hazing they were taking - pushed some to the brink. The cast's emotions are clearly on the surface. Unfortunately this film has gone completely underground and is next to impossible to find. It would offer a captivating document of the distrust that existed between soldiers willfully serving in the military and those persons who opposed the war peacefully.
13-year-old Masha grows in the 90s in Russia between the boxing ring and the street. Her friends occasionally kill and rob people. The whole town hates and fears them, but for Masha they are the best people in the world who love and protect her. She sings jazz and dreams of becoming a singer. One day, Masha finds out who her friends really are and what they have done to her life and family. Having matured, she leaves her small hometown for Moscow, trying to break away from the past. But it overtakes her and brings her back to the place where her childhood passed away.
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.
The film begins in a high-security laboratory in London. Dr. Eleanor Hayes, a renowned virologist, is studying virus samples when she stumbles upon a new, mutated strain of COVID-19. Initial tests indicate that it's more infectious and lethal.
Simultaneously, in Shanghai, journalist Han Lee starts documenting a sudden surge in unexplained deaths. Connecting with Eleanor via a shared acquaintance, they quickly realize that this is the beginning of a new pandemic, triggered by the mutated strain.
As the virus spreads like wildfire across continents, world leaders are thrown into chaos, economies plummet, and health systems face overwhelming pressure. Memories of the previous COVID-19 surge loom large, and the global community realizes that they are vastly underprepared for this new wave.
Eleanor, along with Dr. Raj Patel from India and Dr. Sofia Mendoza from Brazil, forms a task force to study and combat the new strain. They face multiple challenges, from conspiracy theorists discrediting their work to bureaucratic hurdles and personal threats.
Han, with his wide-reaching journalistic network, becomes the eyes and ears of the task force, documenting and broadcasting real-time events to keep the global populace informed.
In New York, ICU nurse Maya Rodriguez battles the virus on the front lines, saving lives while witnessing heart-wrenching losses daily. Her narrative offers an intimate look into the emotional and physical toll of the pandemic on healthcare workers.
Amid the crisis, stories of hope emerge. Communities come together, technology giants collaborate on data-sharing platforms, and rival pharmaceutical companies unite to develop a new vaccine.
The climax converges in Geneva at a World Health Organization summit. As Eleanor and her team present their research and a potential vaccine candidate, they are confronted by a powerful pharmaceutical magnate, aiming to monopolize and profit from the vaccine. With the world watching, a heated confrontation ensues, exposing the commercialization and political aspects of global healthcare.
The film concludes with a partial victory. While the new strain is contained to an extent, it's evident that the world will take years, if not decades, to recover. Through its compelling narrative, "COVID-19: Invasion" underscores the fragile interconnectedness of our global community and the resilience of the human spirit.
Cast: Paula Marshall, Charles Hallahan, Zach Galligan, Julian Sands
The movie picks up the story of the warlock (played by Julian Sands), an ancient and evil sorcerer who is hell-bent on unleashing the apocalypse by assembling a set of powerful magical stones known as the "Runestones." These stones, when brought together, have the potential to cause catastrophic destruction.
Opposing the warlock is a group of druids, led by the druid warrior Kenny Travis (played by Chris Young). The druids are the guardians of the Runestones, and they are determined to stop the warlock from collecting them and fulfilling his dark prophecy.
As the warlock gathers the Runestones one by one, he uses his malevolent powers to wreak havoc and sow chaos. Kenny Travis and his group of druids must race against time to thwart the warlock's plans and prevent the impending Armageddon.
The film is marked by intense confrontations between the warlock and the druids, as well as moments of supernatural horror as the warlock uses his dark magic to manipulate and terrorize those who stand in his way. The battle between good and evil escalates to a climactic showdown as the fate of the world hangs in the balance.
"Warlock: The Armageddon" is a continuation of the story that began with the original "Warlock" film, and it offers fans of supernatural horror an action-packed and suspenseful experience. Julian Sands reprises his role as the malevolent warlock, and the movie delivers a blend of dark fantasy and horror elements, making it an entertaining entry in the genre.
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.