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  In a North Dublin housing estate Char’s mother goes missing. When she returns Char is determined to uncover the truth of her disappearance and unearth the dark secrets of her family. Starring: Hazel Doupe, Carolyn Bracken, and Paul Reid Directed and written by: Kate Dolan    “You Are Not My Mother” or deserve to be one leaving a baby carriage in the middle of nowhere. The film opens with a baby being wheeled away by a woman into the forest, and laid down on the ground. Moments later a fire is set around the baby for some unknown reason. The only thing for certain is that this isn’t what a mother does!   From baby to teenager, times aren’t getting much better Char (Hazel Doupe). She lives with her mother Angela (Carolyn Bracken) and grandmother (Ingrid Craigie), but might be the only adult in the home. Angela isn’t much help to her daughter, and then disappears for a few days. She was distant before, but has now come back with a new strangeness to her. One that Char will have to figur


  After their father is murdered under mysterious circumstances, the three Locke siblings and their mother move into their ancestral home, Keyhouse, which they discover is full of magical keys that may be connected to their father’s death. Starring: Connor Jessup, Emilia Jones, and Jackson Robert Scott Directed by: Mark Tonderai and more Written by: Meredith Averill and more Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received...


  After nearly 50 of hiding, Leatherface returns to terrorize a group of idealistic young friends who accidentally disrupt his carefully shielded world in a remote Texas town. Starring: Sarah Yarkin, Elise Fisher, and Mark Burnham Directed by: David Blue Garcia Written by: Chris Thomas Devlin, Fede Alvarez, and Rodo Sayaues Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received...


  The long-form documentary about ‘80s sci-fi movies from CREATORVC executive produced by Robin Block and written/directed by David Weiner (In Search of Darkness Parts I & II) looks back on the extensive, beloved era of genre film. In Search of Tomorrow is a five-hour love letter to ‘80s Sci-Fi cinema; a nostalgic exploration of the impact and relevance of these beloved film classics, guided by the iconic artists who made them and by those who were inspired by their futuristic visions, featuring more than 70+ celebrity, artist, and expert interviews as it dives into all things science fiction in film. Starring: Ivan Reitman, Clancy Brown, and Billy Dee Williams Directed and written by: David Weiner   “In Search of Tomorrow” actually takes fans back to sci-fi movies of the ‘80s, and how they shaped tomorrow. For horror fans, there is no journey through ‘80s horror like the two “In Search of Darkness” documentaries. Hours and hours of interviews, and conversations about all the great


  What starts out as girls weekend away in the Mojave desert becomes a tale of horror, death, and alien invasion. Starring: Lucy Martin, Chelsea Edge, and Sophie Vavasseur Directed and written by: Sam Walker   “The Seed” isn’t planted in the ground, but more like falls out of the sky. Yes, it looks like some alien has landed in the backyard to spoil the weekend fun for Diedre (Lucy Martin), Heather (Sophie Vavasseur), and Charlotte (Chelsea Edge). Diedre and Heather are looking forward to some relaxation, maybe some drugs and drinking, and definitely as many social media pictures as they can take. Charlotte is pretty much the opposite of them, and plays the moral compass of the group.    The weekend starts with the girls watching a meteor shower, and seeing something take a dive into the pool. They have no clue what it is, or what to do with it. They try to make the most of the weekend working around it until some strange things start happening. By the time they get a hint that it mayb


  An American priest working in Mexico is possessed during an exorcism and ends up committing a terrible act. Eighteen years later, the consequences of his sin come back to haunt him, unleashing the greatest battle within. Starring: Will Beinbrink, Joseph Marcell, and Maria Gabriela de Faria Directed by: Alejandro Hidalgo Written by: Santiago Fernandez Calvete, and Alejandro Hidalgo   “The Exorcism of God” doesn’t sound like something that’s possible, but then again maybe it is. Father Peter Williams (Will Beinbrink) is another priest faced with having to do an exorcism without being truly prepared to do so. A young woman has been possessed by a demon, and time is running out to save her. Father Peter reaches out for help, but that help won’t arrive in time to save her. He decides to do the exorcism, but it doesn’t go as expected for him or the woman.   Many years later, Father Peter has moved to a small village, and tried to make up for his sin. Of course things have been going well u


  A widowed mother is radically tested when her teenage daughter insists a supernatural experience has left her body in service to a higher power. Starring: Sienna Guillory, Jessica Alexander, and Ruby Stokes Directed by: Ruth Paxton Written by: Justin Bull   “A Banquet” of food is offered, but there’s a lack of appetite going around. There’s no blaming anyone for the lack of appetite after the disturbing opening. Holly (Sienna Guillory) is taking care of her apparently sick husband, but isn’t there in time to save him from poisoning himself. The death hits her hard, but also is effecting her daughters Betsy (Jessica Alexander) and Isabelle (Ruby Stokes).    Betsy seems to get the worst of it, as she now struggles to eat. She’s not hungry anymore, and goes into convulsions when she’s basically forced to swallow anything. It might be expected after the loss of her father, or maybe even if it’s just a medical condition. However, as this moves on she gives a bizarre explanation of her bod