The Mutant Chronicles (2008)
In a futuristic world where Earth is divided into four warring “Corporations,” a frightening new breed of NecroMutant threatens to destroy the global population. But is Brother Samuel, the leader of an age-old monastic order, the prophesized Deliverer who’s destined to destroy the undying beasts and save the planet? Seizing the chance to realize his destiny, Samuel rounds up an army of recruits who can help him do the job.
Chaos Experiment (2009)
Hell-bent on proving his theory that global warming will steer human beings toward utter chaos, a former professor (Val Kilmer) holds six people hostage in a Turkish bathhouse and turns up the heat in this tightly wound thriller. But the ransom he demands has nothing to do with money — he simply wants to make sure that his hypothesis makes front-page news. Armand Assante co-stars as the detective determined to bring down the madman.
In the tradition of Creepshow, this macabre anthology features five short horror films, including “The Exterminator,” in which a ruthless businessman gets a taste of his own medicine — and then some — when he’s abducted by his own hatchet man. Other eerie tales include “Turnout,” “The Range,” “Night Scream” and “Dead Letters,” in which a grieving writer discovers a way to resurrect his beloved dead wife — but at what cost?
Nature’s Grave (2008)
In an effort to revive their stale marriage, Peter (Jim Caviezel) and Marcia (Claudia Karvan) go camping on a remote Australian beach. But the couple’s littering and other acts of environmental disrespect lead Mother Nature to strike back in this unconventional thriller. Soon, the animals begin terrorizing them, and their marital-mending vacation turns into a horrific life-or-death battle with the natural world around them.
Reeling from the tragic loss of his wife, a psychologist (Richard Harrington) is tasked with treating a young girl named Nina (Jaime Winstone) who’s suffering from Renfield syndrome — the desire to consume blood. When Nina becomes implicated in a series of disturbing incidents, the doctor strives to determine if her actions are the result of a terrible mental disorder or something far more sinister.
Hollywood Kills (2006)
Though they’re looking for the Hollywood dream, roommates Sarah (Angela DiMarco) and Chantelle (Gillian Shure) find themselves in a horrific nightmare in this spine-chiller. Sarah’s brother, James (Happy Mahaney), and cousin, Vaughan (Mathew Scollon), also fall into the grips of a psychotic ex-filmmaker (Dominic Keating). Now it’s a life-and-death fight as they struggle to escape his horror “reality” program.