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  While traveling on their first American tour, Ms.  45, an all-girl punk band, is drugged and kidnapped. They awaken to find their limbs removed and replaced with crude weaponry, and are forced to fight as Gladiators for a sadistic town. Starring: Julian Richings, Michelle Argyris, and Emily Alatalo Directed by: Andrew Thomas Hunt Written by: David Murdoch and Svet Rouskov   No “Spare Parts” were used to make this movie…or maybe just a few! An all-girl rock band is putting on a hell of a concert, and the audience is enjoying it a little too much. When a guy tries to interrupt the show and touch one of the girls a bar brawl breaks out. The girls prove that they can rock, and roll with the punches. After the show they meet a few of their fans while selling merchandise, including Sam (Jason Rouse) who might be an instant super fan.   Emma (Emily Alatalo), and her sister Amy (Michelle Argyris) hit the road with girlfriends Cassy (Kiriana Stanton) and Jill (Chelsea Muirhead. They don’t get


  A scientific accident causes sea creatures in an aquarium to become zombies. Starring: Vivica A. Fox, Eva Ceja, and D.C. Douglas Directed by: Glenn Miller Written by: Marc Gottlieb and Michael Varrati Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received...


  Where The Scary Things Are Episode 90: A GHOST WAITS with Director ADAM STOVALL We sit down with Brilliant Director Adam Stovall to talk about a ghostly love story called A GHOST WAITS. Support the show ( ) Listen:https://   Watch:


  Following a zombie outbreak in Las Vegas, a group of mercenaries take the ultimate gamble, venturing into the quarantine zone to pull off the greatest heist ever attempted. Starring: Dave Bautista, Ella Purnell, and Ana de la Reguera Directed by: Zack Snyder Written by: Zack Snyder, Shay Hatten, and Joby Harold Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received...


  When 8 celebrities from around the globe are invited to compete in an online reality show, they soon realize that they are playing for their very lives, as those voted off suffer horrific consequences, broadcast live to the entire world. Starring: Valter Skarsgard, Khamisa Wilsher, and Gigi Saul Guerrero Directed and written by: Jason William Lee   This isn’t the kind of “Funhouse” you’ll find at a carnival or fair! The funhouse here is where a collection of so-called reality stars have come to play a game for a chance at $5 million. The stars have to stay in the home, and can do whatever they want while they’re there. Their goal is to please the viewing audience who will be voting for their favorite every few days. The true fun will begin for the person with the least amount of votes.    Trying to win the competition are the likes of Kasper Nordin (Valter Skarsgard), who’s the ex of a pop star and kind of plays Mr. Nice Guy. Opposite of him is the more hot headed former MMA f


  The feature film is an action-packed horror flick depicting a supernatural serial killer based on pre-Colombian mythology in a hunt for revenge in the metropolis of Sao Paulo. Starring: Tristan Aronovich, Ivo Muller, and Micas Carvalho Directed and written by: Armando Fonseca and Kapel Furman     “Skull: The Mask” that you’ll want to wear come this Halloween! The mask is a Pre-Columbian artifact that contains the spirit of Anhanga, the executioner of the god Tahawantinsupay. The mask is on the move and supposed to be put in a museum. However, along the way it lands in the hands of a young woman who performs a ritual which awakens the mask. It kills her and her friend, but that’s only the beginning.   During the clean up of those murders, the mask attacks two more people, and actually attaches to one of their faces. Supposedly whoever wears the mask is possessed by Anhanga and compelled to commit sacrifices to resurrect his god. The mask now takes the body for a ride, and kills person


  A fracking horror story, “Unearth” follows two neighboring farm families whose relationships are strained when one of them chooses to lease their land to an oil and gas company. In the midst of growing tension, the land is drilled, and something long dormant and terrifying, deep beneath the earth’s surface is released. “Unearth” is about the horrifying repercussions sown by shortsighted decisions, and what our children reap from our actions. Starring: Adrienne Barbeau, Marc Blucas, and Brooke Sorenson Directed by: John C. Lyons and Dorota Swies Written by: Kelsey Goldberg and John C. Lyons Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received...


  Where The Scary Things Are Episode 89: SHOOK with Director JENNIFER HARRINGTON We sit down with  a very talented director, Jennifer Harrington to discuss her new film on SHUDDER, SHOOK. This movie is amazing!!! A must watch!Support the show ( ) Listen at: Watch:


  Suzanne wasn’t always this confused. She wasn’t always dead either - When an ex-con take a job as a handyman for an unstable elderly woman to avoid a parole violation, it becomes a choice he may regret. Starring: Suzanne Voss, Matt Mercer, and Najarra Townsend Directed and written by: Matt Mercer and Mike Testin      “Dementia Part II” isn’t going to be something you forget for a long time! Wendell (Matt Mercer) has no choice but to prove that he’s working, or he faces violation of his parole. Obviously he doesn’t want to go back to prison, so he gathers his tools and heads off to do a job as a handyman. He ends up knocking on the door of a woman named Suzanne (Suzanne Voss) to do some repairs.   Suzanne is cautious but opens the door and her home to him. She’s might seem a little off, but also seems like she’s happy to see someone. She shows him around, and talks a lot about her husband. Finally Wendell begins doing some repairs, and Suzanne insists on tipping him as he goes. Everyt


  Camille Meadows is the new girl at the prestigious Edelvine Academy for Girls. Soon after her arrival, six girls invite her to join them in a late-night ritual, calling forth the spirit of a dead former student who reportedly haunts their halls. But before morning, one of the girls is dead, leaving the others wondering what they may have awakened. Starring: Suki Waterhouse, Madisen Beaty, Ella-Rae Smith, Inanna Sarkis, Seamus Patterson and Marina Stephenson-Kerr Directed and written by: Simon Barrett       You never know what you’ll conjure up once a “Seance” begins. The film opens with a seance in a dorm room amongst a group of girls, and it leaves one of them shaken up. The others think they just pulled off another one of their scary pranks, and are enjoying the success of it. Upon running back to her room things go from tears of joy to tears of sadness when she ends up dead.    This opens the door for Camille (Suki Waterhouse) to be accepted into this boarding school. It do


  A group of friends reunited to play a game. Each one of them spect to get something about it. The rules of the game are to tell a story of horror for each candle. Starring: Magui Bravi, Luz Champane, and Amparo Espinola Directed by: Victor Catala, Brian Deane, Oliver Lee Garland, Guillermo Lockhart, Tony Morales, Nicolas Onetti, Nicholas Peterson, Daniel Rubesam, and Christopher West Written by: Mauro Croche and Guillermo Lockhart       “100 Candles” can be used in a romantic setting or when telling some horror stories, and of course that’s what fans get here. A group of friends have come together in a home to play the 100 Candles Game. Basically they each have to tell a horror story, and then go to a room to blow out a candle. If they don’t finish the game by blowing out 100 candles they’ll supposedly be cursed by a witch.   The game here is used to set up an anthology of short horror films. In between some arguing amongst the group, each friend starts their stories before the audie


  Alexis recovered her hearing after witnessing the brutal murder of her family when she was ten. The visceral experience awakened synesthetic abilities in her and started her on an orphaned path of self-discovery through the healing tones of brutal violence. She goes on to pursue a career teaching and experimenting to find new sounds. She is supported and loved by her roommate Marie who is unaware of the dark secrets behind Alexis’ unique music and the part she unknowingly plays. Faced with the likelihood of losing her hearing again, Alexis escalates her pursuit of her masterpiece through gruesome sound experiments and devastating designs. She won’t let anything stop her, not even love. Starring: Jasmin Savoy Brown, Lili Simmons, and James Jagger Directed and written by: Alex Noyer   If there really is a “Sound of Violence” this film will make the audience hear it. The film opens with Alexis (Jasmin Savoy Brown) as a young girl living in an unstable family environment. Unstable mostly


Caligari is a famous undertaker who’s been on the streets since death itself was banned in the city and supplanted by a practical method of resurrection. Starring: Alessandro Bianchi, Paola Masciadri, and Eliana Faranno Lazzarino Directed by: Alberto Genovese Written by: Mattia De Pascali   “Resurrection Corporation” presents a very interesting predicament for an undertaker, in this case, Caligari. What do you do if no one dies? Alright, maybe they do die, but the Resurrection Corporation has found a way to bring them back. So for Caligari, there’s no one to bury except for his now dying business, and sanity.    He doesn’t just accept this as he tries to come up with his own techniques to bring people back, but that’s not working either. His assistant Bruta stands by his side as the situation begins to drive him mad. He decides the next move is to find out more about this corporation, and the key to their success. This is where things bloody, wild, and even much