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  1. 2001 Maniacs

    2001 Maniacs (2005)


    2001 Maniacs is a 2005 American comedy horror film directed by Tim Sullivan, starring Robert Englund, Jay Gillespie, Dylan Edrington, and Matthew Carey. It is a remake of the 1964 film Two Thousand Maniacs! written and directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis. The film is distributed by Lions Gate Entertainment. It was filmed in Westville, Georgia.

  2. A Perfect Getaway

    A Perfect Getaway (2009)


    A Perfect Getaway is a 2009 American psychological thriller film, written and directed by David Twohy that stars Timothy Olyphant, Milla Jovovich, Kiele Sanchez and Steve Zahn. The film was originally shot in Puerto Rico and Hawaii, and was released on August 7, 2009 in the United States, and on August 12 in the United Kingdom. The film was a minor financial success.

  3. Alive or Dead

    Alive or Dead (2008)


  4. All the Boys Love Mandy Lane

    All the Boys Love Mandy Lane (2006)


    All the Boys Love Mandy Lane is a 2006 American horror/thriller film directed by Jonathan Levine, and starring Amber Heard, Michael Welch, Whitney Able, and Anson Mount. The plot centers on a group of rich populars who invite an outsider, Mandy Lane, who developed into a "hot chick" over the summer, to spend the weekend at a secluded ranch house because the boys in their group want to "get with her."

  5. And Soon the Darkness

    And Soon the Darkness (1970)


    And Soon the Darkness is a 1970 British thriller film. Starring Pamela Franklin, Michele Dotrice and Sandor Elès, it tells the story of two young English women on a cycling holiday in France, who run into difficulties.

  6. Antichrist

    Antichrist (2009)


    Antichrist is a 2009 Danish experimental art film written and directed by Lars von Trier, starring Willem Dafoe and Charlotte Gainsbourg. It tells the story of a couple who, after the death of their child, retreat to a cabin in the woods where the man experiences strange visions and the woman manifests increasingly violent sexual behaviour and sadism. The narrative is divided into a prologue, four chapters and an epilogue. The film was primarily a Danish production but co-produced by companies from six different European countries. It was filmed in Germany and Sweden.

  7. Babel

    Babel (2006)


    Babel is a 2006 drama film directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu and written by Guillermo Arriaga, starring an ensemble cast. The multi-narrative drama completes González Iñárritu's Death Trilogy, following Amores perros and 21 Grams.

  8. Bitter Moon

    Bitter Moon (1992)


    Bitter Moon is a 1992 Franco-British-American romantic thriller film directed by Roman Polanski and starring Hugh Grant, Kristin Scott Thomas, Emmanuelle Seigner and Peter Coyote. The film is known in France as Lunes de fiel (a pun on the French phrase "lune de miel", meaning 'honeymoon'). The script is inspired by a book with the same name, written by the French author Pascal Bruckner. The score was composed by Vangelis.

  9. Blackwater

    Blackwater (2007)


  10. Blondie Has Servant Trouble

    Blondie Has Servant Trouble (1940)


    Blondie Has Servant Trouble is a 1940 American film, the sixth of the series of 28 Blondie movies.

  11. Blood Hook

    Blood Hook (1986)


    Blood Hook is a 1986 horror film distributed by Troma Entertainment. The film was premiered at the MIFED Film Market in October 1986 and released in the USA in April 1987.

  12. Blood River

    Blood River (2010)


  13. Borderland

    Borderland (2007)


    Borderland is a 2007 horror film written and directed by Zev Berman. It is very loosely based on the true story of Adolfo de Jesús Constanzo, the leader of a religious cult that practiced human sacrifice. Costanzo and his followers kidnapped and murdered University of Texas junior, Mark J. Kilroy, in the spring of 1989.

  14. Born American

    Born American (1986)


    Born American (Finnish: Jäätävä polte; UK title: Arctic Heat) is a 1986 film directed by Renny Harlin. It was a feature length action movie about three Americans vacationing in Finland who cross the border into the Soviet Union. It was originally supposed to star Chuck Norris but he backed out when filming was delayed by funding problems and his son, Mike Norris, landed the lead instead. A Finnish production, this was at that time the most expensive film ever to have been made in Finland. The Finnish Board of Film Classification first banned the movie, because of excessive violence and anti-Soviet elements. Because of that the movie had to be shortened 3.5 minutes before it was finally accepted for distribution October 29, 1986 with the Supreme Court decision. The premiere was December 19, 1986. The success of the film in the United States allowed Harlin to get his foot in the door in Hollywood. In 2008 a book, "Kohti sinipunaa" by Juhani Suomi revealed that the request to ban the movie originated from Soviet Union's Finnish ambassador Vladimir Sobolov.

  15. Brandy for the Parson

    Brandy for the Parson (1952)


    Brandy for the Parson is a 1952 British comedy film directed by John Eldridge and starring Kenneth More, Charles Hawtrey, James Donald and Jean Lodge. A young couple get mixed up in a smuggling ring. It was based on a novel by Geoffrey Household. The title is a reference to A Smugglers Song by Rudyard Kipling.

  16. Bridge to Nowhere

    Bridge to Nowhere (1986)


    Bridge to Nowhere is a 1986 movie directed and co-written by Ian Mune, and produced by Larry Parr.

  17. Cabin Fever

    Cabin Fever (2002)


    Cabin Fever is a 2002 American black comedy horror film directed by Eli Roth and starring Rider Strong, Jordan Ladd, James DeBello and Giuseppe Andrews. It was produced by Lauren Moews, and executive produced by Susan Jackson. The film was the directing debut of Roth, who co-wrote the film with Randy Pearlstein. The story follows a group of college graduates who rent a cabin in the woods and begin to fall victim to a flesh-eating virus. The inspiration for the film's story came from a real life experience during a trip to Iceland when Roth developed a skin infection.

  18. Cannibal Girls

    Cannibal Girls (1973)


    Cannibal Girls is a low budget 1973 Canadian independent comedy horror film directed by Ivan Reitman and stars Eugene Levy, Andrea Martin, and Ronald Ulrich.

  19. Cannibal Rollerbabes

    Cannibal Rollerbabes (1997)


    Cannibal Rollerbabes is a 1997 low-budget Canada horror film about cannibalism, directed by Kalman Szegvary and set in Los Angeles although it was filmed in Ontario.

  20. Carry on Behind

    Carry on Behind (1975)


    Carry On Behind is the 27th in the series of Carry On films to be made, and was released in 1975. It was the first not to be scripted by Talbot Rothwell since Carry On Cruising 13 years previously. Sid James was busy touring in a play whilst Rothwell's health prevented him from writing. The regular actors present are Kenneth Williams, Kenneth Connor, Jack Douglas, Joan Sims and Peter Butterworth. Carry On Behind was the final picture in the series for Bernard Bresslaw (in his 14th appearance) and Patsy Rowlands (in her ninth appearance). This was Elke Sommer's only appearance in a Carry On and the first of two entries in the series for Windsor Davies.

  21. Charlie Chan in Rio

    Charlie Chan in Rio (1941)


    Charlie Chan in Rio is a 1941 film featuring the Asian detective Charlie Chan. It was the tenth film to feature Sidney Toler as the title character, who is called upon to investigate the death of a suspected murderer in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

  22. Cheaper by the Dozen 2

    Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (2005)


    Cheaper by the Dozen 2 is a 2005 comedy film produced by 20th Century Fox. It is the sequel to the family comedy film Cheaper by the Dozen (2003). Shawn Levy, the director of the first film, did not return as director for this sequel, which was instead directed by Adam Shankman (The Pacifier). Levy was a producer of the film and made an appearance as a hospital intern in the movie. Steve Martin, Bonnie Hunt, Hilary Duff, Piper Perabo, Alyson Stoner, and Tom Welling reprise their roles as members of the twelve-child Baker family. Eugene Levy co-stars as the patriarch of a rival family of eight children. Carmen Electra portrays Levy's trophy wife.

  23. Club Dread

    Club Dread (2004)


    Club Dread (also known as Broken Lizard's Club Dread) is a 2004 comedy horror film written by the comedy group Broken Lizard, who also created Super Troopers. It is directed by Jay Chandrasekhar, one of the group members.

  24. Club Paradise

    Club Paradise (1986)


    Club Paradise is a 1986 American comedy film directed by Harold Ramis starring Robin Williams, Peter O'Toole, and Jimmy Cliff. The film reunites director/co-writer Ramis with most of his SCTV co-stars – SCTV cast members Andrea Martin, Eugene Levy, Rick Moranis, Joe Flaherty, and Robin Duke play supporting roles in the film, as does co-writer Brian Doyle-Murray, a former SCTV staff writer.

  25. Dagon

    Dagon (2001)


    Dagon is a 2001 Spanish horror film directed by Stuart Gordon and written by Dennis Paoli. Despite the title, the plot is actually based on H. P. Lovecraft's novella The Shadow Over Innsmouth rather than his earlier short story "Dagon" (1919). In fact, the setting takes place in 'Inboca', a Spanish adaption of 'Innsmouth'.

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