With Halloween looming ever closer, let’s look to see what new releases Family Video has to offer:
· The Caller – Rachelle Lefevre and Stephen Moyer star in this horror about a woman who is receiving phone calls from the past.
· Haunting in Salem – When the new sheriff of Salem moves into his house, he discovers that a curse has been passed down through the owners for ages.
· Isolation – A medical student is exposed to a disease and wakes up in isolation.
· Presence – When a woman seeks solace in an isolated cabin, she soon discovers that an entity is trying to take over her body…or is it just her imagination? Stars Shane West and Mira Sorvino.
· Scream 4 – Ghost face is back for a family reunion!
· Child’s Eye – A group gets stranded in Thailand and ends up in a haunted hotel.
· Sylvian Experiments – A woman discovers tapes about sadistic experiments done to the human brain, and naturally decides to try them out on her daughters.
· Beware – When a boy was tortured in the woods and left to die, he didn’t stay gone for long.
· Hellraiser: Revelations – Two friends on their way to Mexico unleash a terror that has dominated the horror industry for years.
· Red State – Kevin Smith takes a stab at horror in this movie. An over-zealous reverend shows a group of teenagers where they’ve gone wrong in their lives.
· 19 Doors – When a number of murders happened in a hotel, it closed those doors forever, but when a writer decides to use the grisly spot for inspiration, secrets are revealed and his insanity may not survive.
· Atrocious – A little girl disappears on an estate, never to be seen again. Years later, a paranormal investigator and his sister discover the awful truth.
· Cut – A group of friends venture to an isolated cabin and stumble upon a bloody urban legend.
· Mothman – A group of seniors cover up a drowning, but the Mothman comes for revenge.
· Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings – This movie takes us back to the beginning (obviously) and shows us how and why the famous family of hillbilly cannibals are in the West Virginia mountains.
So, take your pick. Grab a few horror classics, snag one or two with a scary looking cover, but please, for the love of the Pumpkin Gods, stock up on your horror collection for the weekend!
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