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  A spirited twelve year old girl and her best friend look to uncover the sudden disappearances of several missing teens in their small town. Realizing there might be something deeper happening, Emily and Christopher might be up against forces they can’t even imagine. Based on the urban legend “The Black Eyed Kids.” Starring: Tobin Bell, Makenzie Moss, and O’Neill Monahan Directed by: Craig Moss Written by: Joe Callero and Craig Moss   Once they say, “Let Us In,” you’re in big trouble. Emily (Makenzie Moss) and Christopher (O’Neill Monahan) are two best friends working on a special project. They appear to be trying to create a way to communicate with aliens, but it has been a struggle. Christopher is definitely dedicated to the project, but Emily has some more important struggles going on in her life. She’s struggling over a tragic accident with a friend, and now having issues with some of the other girls at school.      However, her biggest issue may be the “Black Eyed Kids.” She’s le


  An injured forest ranger on a routine mission is saved by two off-the-grid survivalists. What is initially a welcome rescue grows more suspicious as the son and his renegade father reveal a cultish devotion to the forest.  Starring: Monique Rockman, Carel Nel and Alex van Dyk Directed by: Jaco Bouwer Written by: Tertius Kapp   There’s an interesting “Gaia” concept that envisages the Earth as a super-organism that operates to regulate its own environment, principally temperature, to keep it habitable for the biosphere. Unfortunately two forest rangers are about to enter a world where something like that might be happening. Gabi (Monique Rockman) and Winston (Anthony Oseyemi) are going down a river, and observing the nature around them. Gabi is also flying a drone over head of them until it crashes. Against Winston’s advice, she insists that he stop the canoe so that she can go looking for it.    The search doesn’t go so well, as she stumbles into a trap set by some father and son surv


  In the dark, early days of a zombie apocalypse, complete strangers band together to find the strength they need to survive and get back to loved ones. Starring: Jaime King, Justin Chu Cary, and Christine Lee Creators: Karl Schaefer and John Hyams Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received...


  A dad moves into a new house with his son and girlfriend. When he’s out of town working, the son makes a new “friend” next door. Starring: Jakob Fahlstedt, Janna Granstrom, and Dilan Gwyn Directed and written by: Tord Danielsson and Oskar Mellander   It seems like having “The Evil Next Door” is better than in your own house, but evil always seems to find you wherever you are! Fredrik (Linus Wahlegreen) and his girlfriend Shirin (Dilan Gwyn) are moving to a new home. Along with them is Fredrik’s young son, Lucas. After moving them in Fredrik has to go away for work letting Shirin and Lucas get in some bonding time. Fredrik wants to make sure Shirin is ready to take on a motherly role.   When the two aren’t bonding, Lucas seems to have found someone or something else to play with. Shirin is a little uncomfortable around the boy, but wants to make it work. At first, she isn’t quite sure what to make of his strange behavior, but soon enough she will realize something else is going


  After a proposed pipeline creates divisions within the small town of Beaverfield, and a snowstorm traps its residents together inside the local inn, newly arrived forest ranger Finn and postal worker Cecily must try to keep the peace and uncover the truth behind a mysterious creature that has begun terrorizing the community. Starring: Sam Richardson, Milana Vayntrub, and Cheyenne Jackson Directed by: Josh Ruben Written by: Mishna Wolff   This community is definitely about to channel the “Werewolves Within” themselves. The story picks up with forest ranger Finn (Sam Richardson) arriving in the small community of Beaverfield. A small town where everyone knows each other, and have now become divided over a proposed pipeline that would cut right through the town. Finn seems to have found a nice place to stay, and the even nicer mailwoman, Cecily (Milana Vayntrub). She helps him around town, and the pair bond rather quickly.   However, Finn is soon tasked with trying to hold the town toge


  Jack, a man desperate to improve his life throws away his beloved childhood plush, Benny. It’s a move that has a disastrous consequences when Benny springs to life with deadly intentions. Starring: Karl Holt, Claire Cartwright, and George Collie Directed and written by: Karl Holt Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received...


  Where The Scary Things Are Episode 92: MURDER BURY WIN with Director MICHAEL LOVAN We sit down with director of Murder Bury Win, Michael Lovan. This film was a lot of gory fun and makes you ask, what would you do in this situation?Support the show (  Listen: Watch…


  A Black family moves to an all-white Los Angeles neighborhood where malevolent forces, next door and otherworldly, threaten to taunt, ravage and destroy them. Starring: Deborah Ayorinde, Ashley Thomas, and Shahadi Wright Creator: Little Marvin Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received...


A young man’s budding romance is threatened when he befriends an unstable ride-share driver. Starring: Christine Ko, Vincent Van Horn, and Michael Lee Joplin Directed by: Tyler Savage  Written by: Dash Hawkins, and Tyler Savage   “Stalker” brings a whole new meaning to being stalked in this new era of technology. Andy (Vincent Van Horn) has left Texas for California, and looking to get settled in. His move is made easier when he meets Sam (Christine Ko) at a bar, and the two hit it off. They take a ride-share back to her place, and hang out a little longer. The next day he gets a call, and takes part in a quick interview for a tutoring job. Things seem to be looking up for him as he gets the job.   Then he takes his dog for a walk to get some coffee, and runs into the ride-share driver, Roger (Michael Lee Joplin) from the previous night. The two talk, and decide to get drinks soon. It looks like Andy is off to a good start in his new home by finding a girlfriend, and new friend. Howeve


  What begins as a million-dollar reality show competition between seven beautiful women turns into a battle for like itself when one contestant uses magic to gain an edge over the competition. An ancient curse dating back to the Salem Witch Trials is unleashed and the competition becomes a pageant of death, destruction, and evil forces. Forget about who will win - who will survive? Starring: Danielle C. Ryan, Stephen Baldwin, Snoop Dogg, Juliana Destefano, and Malea Rose Directed by: Harvey Lowry Written by: Chris Gilmore and Anthony J. Sands   Not really one for pageants, but a “Blood Pageant” sounds a little more like it! Lots of pageant winners and reality stars seem like they were made for that life. At first glance, Amy (Juliana Destefano) might not seem like she fits that world, but she has a desire to be in it. She reaches out for some help from Liz (Natasha Blasick), who seems to have an unusual technique to prepare Amy for the competition. Regardless of the technique, it cert


  A small research team went down below the surface to find out what secret the world’s deepest borehole was hiding. What they have found turned out to be the greatest threat in history. And the future of humanity is in their hands. Starring: Milena Radulovic, Sergey Ivanyuk, and Nikolay Kovbas Directed by: Arseny Syuhin Written by: Samuel Stewart Hunter, and Arseny Syuhin   Dig “Superdeep” into the earth and you’ll find things that are better off left buried. A secret medical facility has been created in one of the deepest places ever dug. While down there something has gone wrong that endangers the entire operation. Unsure of what's happened, the very intelligent Anya (Milena Radulovic) is called, and promised many great things if she can go down there and figure out what’s going on. Too bad no one tells her just how bad it truly is down there.   Along with a group of soldiers, their helicopter lands just in time to see someone apparently trying to escape, or stop them from getti


  One young woman learns the lesson of heartbreak the hard way after being dumped the night of the big dance and her grief calls a menacing object connecting her to an ancient power that her ancestors could not control. As the Homecoming dance grows near and the body count rises, a cursed family heirloom returns to punish the deception and misery for a generation of women. What will it take to end the plague of an ancient mask and release the wearer that hides behind the hurt and rage of a lifetime of suffering? The Sock Hop Killer is our homage to the Slasher Horror Genre of the 80’s. Authors: Paul Dulski and David Whalen   This story begins with circumstances that create a new masked killer. Something has gone terribly wrong in this family that has given rise to this evil. It’s born of pain, and turns that pain onto others. After seeing these tragic events, the killer disappears for some time, and the family gets to move on.    The story moves forward to Janice, who’s excited for the


  A criminal mastermind unleashes a twisted form of justice in Spiral, the terrifying new chapter from the book of Saw. Starring: Chris Rock, Samuel L. Jackson, and Max Minghella Directed by: Darren Lynn Bousman Written by: Joel Stolberg, and Pete Goldfinger Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received...


After viewing a strangely familiar video nasty, Enid, a film censor, sets out to solve the past mystery of her sister’s disappearance, embarking on a quest that dissolves the line between fiction and reality. Starring: Niamh Algar, Michael Smiley, and Nicholas Burns Directed by: Prano Bailey-Bond Written by: Prano Bailey-Bond and Anthony Fletcher   “Censor” is not a popular word for horror fans, but it works well for the title of this horror movie. Enid (Niamh Algar) is part of a group of people responsible for censoring horror movies. Fans of blood and guts scenes are at their mercy. Enid takes her job very seriously, probably more than those around her. That’s why it’s shocking when a colleague and her are blamed for not censoring a scene in a movie which leads to someone’s death.    This starts a slow, and surprising change in her. It triggers memories of the disappearance of her sister when they were younger. Her sister hasn’t been found, and Enid will never give up looking for her