A young couple moves into their dream house, which quickly becomes a living nightmare upon discovering a demonic secret awaiting them perennially in the cellar - with unholy pleasures, fear feasting and a brute for all who cross its' path.
After his reign of terror in The Dark Knight, the criminal mastermind known as the Joker is now locked up in Arkham Asylum where he continues to wreak havoc as he slowly becomes a threat much greater than anyone expected.
Deep in the basement of Arkham Asylum, a desperate Psychologist has secretly set up an interview with the mass-murdering Joker. As the Clown Prince of Crime reflects on the key moments of ... See full summary »
Paul Matthew Miller,
The Joker rises to fame while Batman's popularity with the people of Gotham fades. The Clown Prince has them fooled - The fear and savagery that he is about to bring upon then will shock even the most hardened of criminals.
Nicole I. Butler,
Christopher Rob Bowen
Captured Hearts, an insane serial killer/horror film, is a heart-jumping, heart-crushing - truly demented - roller coaster ride of mystery, violence, sex and gore. With a raging, climatic ... See full summary »
The Palace Theater is having a grand opening of a horror show when a man in a clown's mask shoots up the place killing the owner (Martin Kove) before getting killed himself (Eric Roberts). The killer was a former partner who got kicked out and lost in court. The owner's daughter Aurora (Lacy Marie Meyer), in LET THAT BE YOUR LAST BATTLEFIELD make up, is devastated and the survivors all go to group. A year later they all get together at the scene of the crime, as the town wants to demolish the building. Then things start to happen as Aurora suffers from nightmares and hallucinations or are they real hauntings? The acting wasn't really good. I thought Eliza Roberts did a better job than her husband. His role should have been Tony Todd or Robert Englund who has done "theater." Aurora is both the name of sleeping beauty and the site of a horrific theater shooting connected to "The Joker." The film contained a gun control argument that was inane and I am not sure what was the point. The "you shouldn't like guns" scene could have been cut. Many might consider the feature in bad taste in the wake of the tragedy. The appearance of the "jokers" throughout the film was a confused mess.