Title Matching "Event Horizon" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. Event Horizon (1997)
R | 96 min | Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
A rescue crew investigates a spaceship that disappeared into a black hole and has now returned...with someone or something new on-board.
Votes: 144,718 | Gross: $26.67M
Sci-Fi | Announced
TV adaptation of the 1997 film about a spaceship that mysteriously returns after disappearing into a black hole.
3. Event Horizon (I) (2016)
11 min | Short, Drama
In a time when Pluto is still the 9th planet of the solar system, and music tracks needs to be rewind, Julianne, who knows that childhood doesn't last long but being an adult lasts forever.... See full summary »
All Saints (1998–2009)
Mike undergoes his kidney transplant operation but experiences flashes back to his past which shows that his ex-wife Laura was the person who got him hooked on morphine. After watching ... See full summary »
Dogma in Event Horizon
TV-14 | 25 min | Animation, Comedy, Drama
As the lab members prepare to transport human memories by way of a Time Leap, Okabe receives some highly disturbing news: Makise may be a SERN spy!
TV-14 | 44 min | Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi
Not knowing what life holds for them once they reach Los Angeles, Martin and Jake, on the run from the authorities, immediately meet Lucy Robbins, Amelia's mother, upon their arrival. Lucy ... See full summary »
The Event Horizon
TV-14 | 40 min | Action, Drama, Sci-Fi
After being framed by Mei Chen with the murder of the Deputy Director of the FBI, Gabriel has to run against time to prove his innocence.
Nostalgia Critic (2007– )
TV-14 | 24 min | Comedy
Nostalgiaween 2015 rises to welcome the Halloween season with the horrifying film Event Horizon - wait, Stephen King wrote that? Nope. Not starting things off with the King this year. ... See full summary »
At the Movies (1986–2010)
G.I. Jane/Event Horizon/Cop Land/Pooh's Grand Adventure
TV-PG | Talk-Show
Siskel and Ebert review four new movies. And in "The Revolving Thumb" segment, Siskel gives a thumbs up to "Ulee's Gold", and Ebert gives a thumbs up to "Hard Eight".