A terrible crime echoes through the ages, as the souls of the condemned pay an eternal price for their vicious acts upon the innocent. With classic sensibilities and a contemporary feel, Boogeyman: Reincarnation is the spawning of a new era.
Laurence R. Harvey
Dustin (Tom Sullivan) is the leader of a rock band on the brink of super-stardom. Until now they have juggled their music career with cocaine smuggling. The musicians, and their manager Raf... See full summary »
Darling Dead wants to be immortal. One evening she falls asleep and wakes up in the Vampire Class. To find out what it means to be a vampire, the students must become members of the "Manson Family Cult" .
Peter Sean Maloney
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This chilling tale recounts the late 70's in New York City, when a serial killer on the loose dubbed "Son of Sam" creates havoc. When arrested, "Son of Sam" tells police he was influenced ... See full summary »
The infamous Zodiac Killer returns through string of copycat murders in this thriller. In modern day Los Angeles, a young man is obsessed with recreating the killings of the Zodiac Killer, a gruesome serial killer who was never caught or even identified and remains one of the most mesmerizing killers in American history.Written by
Ulli Lommel strikes back with another "based on true events" film but this one has very little to do with the real case. In this version, Lommel works on the notion that the killer was never captured and he sets the action around a loner who hates to see old people treated bad. With this in mind, the killer starts shooting those who abuse old people via Zodiac style. Once again we've got a fairly interesting idea but the director doesn't do anything with it. Instead of giving us any type of story Lommel just throws out violent scenes and stupid dialogue that doesn't ever say anything. Last House on the Left star David Hess plays a small role and Lommel actually has the biggest part in the film. The rest of the cast members are very poor but that goes well with the poor look, poor style and every other poor thing this film offers. Lommel also crosses the good taste line when he shows countless real crime photos of all sorts of people murdered, ripped in two and even one who who was thrown through his car window.
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