Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Slasher Movies of the 2000's - Part 1

  

2000's Slashers - Part I
(2000-2004)

| Part I | Part II |

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100+ Slasher Movies and Counting...

TOO SCARY 2 WATCH now presents a list of 2000's Slasher horror films (arranged by year) that we believe may be worth checking out if you love slasher flicks like we do. The list (divided into two parts) will continue to be updated over the next several months, until we've reached the targeted goal of 200 movies.

Our initial goal was to create a list of genuine slashers (and teen terrors) from the first decade of the 2000's, but we have since, decided to break the rules and include movies that in our opinion, aren't real slashers (example: Wrong Turn, Wolf Creek, The Hills Have Eyes, The Strangers and Final Destination).





Our generic slasher film definition:

Slashers: - Are movies where a group of individuals, mostly teens, are stalked and murdered typically one by one, by a masked killer and/or deformed or deranged psychopath (the 80's used the escaped mental patient theme a lot). In slashers, most of the time, the characters (or main character) are clueless to the fact that people are being murdered until everyone is almost dead.  

Our generic teen terror film definition:

Teen Terrors: - Are movies, centered around a group of teens being killed off one by one. These films tend to make everyone a suspect, leaving us with the unsettling feeling that any of the characters introduced, (that hasn't already been killed off) may very well be the perp. The killers "true" identity is usually not unveiled until the end of the movie ... and when the killer is finally revealed, there's usually (but not always) a well thought out, long drawn out explanation as to why he or she is doing the killing. Although teen terrors are"Slashers", I've decided to make a distinction, because most Teen Terrors have a "who done it" element to them (everyone's a suspect) while the typical Slasher tends to be more centered around a completely anonymous murderer, or a psychopath the audience already knows the identity of.

In our opinion, there are glaring differences between slashers, serial killer movies, torture porn, home invasion movies, and breakdown/backwoods style movies, but for the sake of keeping things simple, we've decided to go ahead and cross sub-genres. We've provided a variety of slasher horror films, some that definitely fit the slasher criteria, along with others that may be open for interpretation.

So with versatility in mind, we've done our best to create a list consisting of good slashers, popular slashers, underrated slashers, sleezy slashers, B-slashers, campy slashers, supernatural slashers, giallo slashers, gory slashers and even some of the really lame slashers as well.
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Disclaimer

Some of the movies on the list, in our opinion, aren't necessarily good movies, but were chosen to be included for a variety of different reasons.

Thanks and enjoy!

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aka Scream Bloody Murder

Trevor Moorehouse isn't screaming bloody murder -- he's committing it! A dozen counselors arrive at Camp Placid Pines and receive a warning from a wizened landscaper: There may be a crazy man in the woods. Of course, they pay no attention until they start disappearing one by one! Has the urban legend come to life to wreak havoc on their dwindling numbers?

Director: Ralph E. Portillo
R-Rated
88 mins



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A psychotic serial slasher starts a bloodthirsty murder rampage at Cherry Falls high school that only kills the local high school virgins. This leads to the local teenage population organising a sex   party in order to lose their virginity and thus no longer be targets...  Written by L.H. Wong <lhw@sfs.org.sg>

Director: Geoffrey Wright
R-Rated
92 mins




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aka The Curse

The cast and crew of the horror flick Hot Blooded get a shock when a mysterious killer slaughters their director. Now, each time someone tries to complete the film there's another brutal slaying. But a little massacre isn't going to stop the next batch of bright would-be filmmakers: They'll finish the film if it kills them -- and it probably will -- in this gory horror flick starring Molly Ringwald and Kylie Minogue.


Director: Kimble Rendall
R-Rated
82 mins

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Billy Morrow has been locked in his room all his life. His only contact with the outside world - a small window to the drive-in theater across the street. Night after night, year after year, as the screen plays slash and hack horror films, Billy has received a deadly dose of murder and mayhem. But tonight, Billy has escaped.

Director: Chuck DeBus
R-Rated
77 mins


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As teen Alex (Devon Sawa), five classmates and their teacher board a plane for a school trip to Paris, Alex has a vision of doom and convinces his friends to deboard, saving their lives. But now, it seems Death feels cheated and is out to claim each survivor. Alex attempts to figure out Death's grand design as, one by one, the others suffer horrific fates. Amanda Detmer, Ali Larter and Seann William Scott co-star in this smart, chilling thriller.

Director: James Wong
R-Rated
98 mins




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AKA Mörderische Ferien 

Young Jeanette is attacked by a serial killer and manages to survive, but both her parents are killed during the assault. The resulting trauma causes her to spend the next several years in an asylum. Finally released as a young woman, she's ready to start a new life and gets a job as a French tutor for a group of wealthy teenagers. But before long, bodies begin to pile up again ... and it appears the killer may be coming back for Jeanette!

Director: Michael Karen
R-Rated
98 mins

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AKA Paranoid 

After her twin, Rebecca, and two other high school students are slaughtered, Sarah (Shanda Besler) begins looking for the masked murderer dubbed the "Conscience Killer." The police refuse to help, so Sarah and her friends must confront the crazed killer alone. With potential danger lurking around every corner in her once quiet and peaceful hometown, Sarah no longer knows whom to trust or what to believe.


Director: Ash Smith
R-Rated
87 mins

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The bloodthirsty Leprechaun (Warwick Davis) is back -- and this time he's killin' in the 'hood. When a group of wanna-be rappers gets jilted by pimp Mack Daddy (Ice-T), the young victims exact their revenge by breaking into Daddy's place and stealing his stuff. But when they remove a strange gold medallion from the neck of an even stranger little statue, they inadvertently awaken the Leprechaun. Coolio co-stars in this gory horror flick.


Director: Rob Spera
R-Rated
90 mins


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Gawi (original title)

Told partially in flashback, this gory South Korean thriller follows the lives of seven former college friends (known collectively as "A Few Good Men") who are forever linked by a guilty secret -- and appear destined to die for their sins. At the center of the drama is the shy and mysterious Eun-ju (Ji-won Ha), who was part of the group before her sudden suicide and who's returned to seek revenge on her friends.

Director: Byeong-ki Ahn
R-Rated
97 mins

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The last installment of the tongue-in-cheek (but still scary) horror trilogy finds Sidney Prescott again battling a crazed killer -- only this time it's on the set of Stab, a movie-within-a-movie based on the original Woodsboro murders. Gale Weathers (Courteney Cox), Dewey Riley (David Arquette) and the rest of the Scream gang appear, alongside new characters played by Parker Posey, Jenny McCarthy and more.

Director: Wes Craven
R-Rated
117 mins


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Alpine University has a killer film program -- literally. When Amy (Jennifer Morrison) decides to make a movie about urban legends, a faceless killer quickly thins her cast, and the lines between fact and fiction become hopelessly blurred. As Amy rushes to unravel the mystery before the murderer gets to her, she learns about a long-buried family secret that may have something to do with the deaths.

Director: John Ottman
R-Rated 
98 mins


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aka Tuno Negro

A college in Spain is the setting for this murder-mystery where a serial killer is on the loose, finding his victims on the Internet in a puzzling sequence. The killings continue to baffle students and authorities, until bright architecture student Alex (Silke Hornillos Klein) manages to uncover a pattern: It seems each victim received low scores on recent tests. It'll take Alex's keen eye and attention to detail to bring the killer to justice.


Director 1: Pedro L. Barbero
Director 2: Vicente J. Martín
R-Rated 
110 mins

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Tommy is a loser. He wears a pirate eye-patch, a Christmas gift he was given as a child. It is a symbol of the humiliation Tommy endured in high school. Tommy was the subject of so much torment from his classmates that he became a bloodthirsty maniac! Tommy disappeared, vowing to eventually slay all of his schoolyard tormentors. Over the years, he has slaughtered all but six of them. Now, these six former schoolmates unite to end Tommy's reign of terror.


Director: Jeremy Wallace
Not-Rated 
70 mins

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Joseph Lawrence, Chad Allen and Dorie Barton star in this thriller about six East Coast college students whose spring break vacation in Florida turns deadly. When they go out clubbing one evening, one of them is killed. Soon, three more wind up dead and the remaining pair must discover the identity of the masked murderer before they become the next targets. Thomas Bradford directs this low-budget slasher flick.

Director: Thomas Bradford
R-Rated
94 mins



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On a warpath after being dumped by her boyfriend, Kristin (Erinn Carter) decides she's going to make all her friends and her sister miserable by hosting a dinner party that makes it look as if a killer is picking off the guests one by one. But when the "victims" turn up dead for real, Kristin becomes the main suspect. Is she responsible for their deaths, or is someone else murdering them?

Director: David DeCoteau
Not-Rated
81 mins



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Josh Urich and Bo Derek star in this shocker about a college psychology course that delves into the minds of serial killers. But when students begin disappearing one by one, a psychopath who exploits their darkest fears may be on the loose. Class is now in session... and the final exam is going to be a killer. 


PG-13
89 mins



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A college-age brother and sister (Justin Long and Gina Philips) get more than they bargained for on their road trip home from spring break. When the bickering siblings witness a creepy truck driver tossing body bags into a sewer near an abandoned church, they investigate. Bad move! Opening a Pandora's Box of unspeakable evil, the pair must flee for their lives -- with a monstrous "shape" in hot pursuit.

Director: Victor Salva
R-Rated
90 mins



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Disturbed by her horrific past, Molly focuses her energies on researching the minds of serial killers. She joins a study group fixated on solving a local campus murder, but when the students realize the killer's modus operandi mirrors that of London's legendary Jack the Ripper, Molly's friends begin to fall victim around her.

Director: John Eyres
R-Rated
114 mins



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Japan's most popular extreme reality show gets the all-American treatment when six lucky contestants are chosen from a pool of thousands of applicants. The chosen few have the chance to win millions of dollars in prize money … that is, if they can stay alive while fighting three well-known, vicious killers with names like Chainsaw Charlie, The Preacherman and Doctor Ripper! Are they game enough to do it?


R-Rated
99 mins



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Non ho sonno (original title)

When a town is plagued by a grisly serial killer, the only person capable of catching the murderer is retired police chief Ulisse Moretti (Max von Sydow). Since Moretti battles severe insomnia, the case isn't the only thing keeping him up at night. But if he can keep his wits about him, he just might be able to stop a madman on the loose. Italian auteur Dario Argento directs this stylish thriller that co-stars Stefano Dionisi and Chiara Caselli.

Director: Dario Argento
R-Rated
117 mins

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When a group of grown school chums begin receiving scary messages from an unknown sender, the women are killed off one by one by a psycho in a Cupid mask. They suspect the murderer is a geek they had rejected in junior high, but can he be stopped? The boy had been savagely beaten by his classmates and later sent to reform school -- and it seems he has come back to exact his revenge just in time for Valentine's Day.

Director: Jaime Blanks
R-Rated
96 mins



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The Back Lot Murders takes the slasher genre and gives it a slick twist. Blending horror and satire, it tells the story of a rock band on the brink of stardom that's shooting its first video on the back lot of the world's most famous movie studio. But little do the musicians know that they and their girlfriends are targets of a deranged psycho killer! Who is he? The obvious guess is merely the tip of the iceberg in this Hollywood send-up.

Director: David DeFalco
R-Rated
96 mins




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In director Rick Rosenthal's second Halloween movie, Michael Myers (Brad Loree) proves to his sister, Laurie (Jamie Lee Curtis), that he isn't dead, while television producer Freddie Harris (Busta Rhymes) launches a reality show set in Michael's childhood home. Freddie and his girlfriend (Tyra Banks) arrange for college kids to spend a night in the killer's former haunt, but they get more than they bargained for when Michael joins them.

Director: Rick Rosenthal
R-Rated
89 mins



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It's 2455 A.D., and Earth is a contaminated planet that's been abandoned for centuries. In the remains of a research facility, a visiting archaeology class discovers two frozen bodies -- a beautiful woman and a rotted corpse wearing a strange mask. When they transport the carcasses back to their space lab and the ice melts, Jason is revived ... and ready to unleash a new kind of hell on the future.

Director: James Isaac
R-Rated
91 mins

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Lesbian Psycho (original title)

In celebration of their friend Susan's birthday, a group of women with scandalous, intertwining pasts take off for a weekend retreat in the hills, unaware of the chaos and danger ahead. The friends' sweet celebration quickly sours with the arrival of a jealous boyfriend, a deranged hunter and a mysterious detective, and things take an even darker turn when the partygoers start disappearing one by one. Moynan King and Hollace Starr co-star.


Director: Sharon Ferranti
Un-Rated
96 mins

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Curse of the Forty-Niner (original title)

When prospector Jeremiah Stone died in a gold mine in the 19th century, he placed a curse on the loot inside. Now, a group of twentysomethings stumble on the mine at the same time an inadvertently reanimated Stone arrives to reclaim his treasure. Armed with a pickaxe, the "Forty-Niner" (Brad H. Arden) suddenly seems more interested in blood than gold. This slasher flick features cameos by Karen Black, John Phillip Law and Jeff Conaway.


R-Rated
86 mins
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Teenaged Lester (Tim Young) has been bullied his whole life. An incident at a party finally causes Lester to snap, and he takes out his anger by picking a fight with his mom's boyfriend. During the fight, Lester is brutally slain and left hanging from a tree in a cornfield -- but his spirit somehow lives and gets trapped in the cornfield's scarecrow. Now, Lester (in the form of the hideous scarecrow) is out to wreak vengeance on his bullies.


Director: Emmanuel Itier
R-Rated
86 mins


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Joseph Macdonald (James O'Shea) is the lead singer of a band named Slash that's trying to make it on the difficult rock music scene. Tired of playing small, filthy clubs, the band decides to accompany Joseph home after he's informed of a death in his family. But soon, the squalid club scene looks like paradise in comparison to the evil they stumble upon after finding out Joseph's dark family secret.

Director: Neal Sundstrom
R-Rated
93 mins


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AKA The Wisher

Freddie Krueger, eat your heart out! Mary (Liane Balaban) is your average teenager who loves horror movies. So when she hears about the newest scary flick, she knows she has to see it. But when Mary catches a glimpse of the movie's villain -- a deformed killer known as "The Wisher" -- she runs from the theater in fright. Unfortunately, The Wisher follows her home and begins invading her dreams … and making her darkest wishes come true!hen

Director: Gavin Wilding
R-Rated
83 mins


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aka Scream Bloody Murder 2

Camp Placid Pines has wrapped up another successful summer, and the counselors left behind are closing up for the winter. But life is far from bucolic. More than five years after he terrorized the teens of Placid Pines, Trevor Moorehouse -- a psycho decked out in a hockey mask with a chainsaw in place of his left arm -- is back, and it looks like he's here to stay. Can anyone stop him?

Director: Rob Spera
R-Rated
92 mins


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While traveling to a big event, Bridgemont High School's squad of nubile cheerleaders and their coach (Tamie Sheffield) end up stranded in the California mountains, where they find sanctuary in a seemingly abandoned cabin. But little do they know they're not alone: Lunatic Jeremiah McPherson (John Colton) has escaped from a nearby asylum -- armed with a drill and looking to kill. Brinke Stevens also stars in this direct-to-video slasher flick.


Director: Jim Wynorski
R-Rated
85 mins


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On a road trip with friends to Daytona Beach, Kimberly (A.J. Cook) has a premonition that saves everyone from a freak car accident. But that's just the beginning; visions of the crash of Flight 180 haunt her, and she must seek the counsel of a survivor (Ali Larter) for help. It seems a wave of death has been unleashed, and disaster is chasing each of her pals. Can Kimberly stop the horror, or has their fate already been determined?

Director: David R. Ellis
R-Rated
91 mins

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Four beautiful sorority sisters who gather for their five-year college reunion (at a beautiful -- and remote -- tropical resort) must deal with death, danger and a whole lot of split ends (literally!). One at a time, the women are being killed off by a serial killer out for revenge. Looks like school might be out … permanently! Stars direct-to-video poster girl Kari Wuhrer.


Director: Fred Olen Ray
R-Rated
98 mins

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Fusing slasher franchises, this hybrid of horror pits nightmarish Freddy Krueger against serial killer Jason Voorhees in the ultimate  showdown after Freddy -- stuck in hell -- revives Jason as part of a  plan to revisit the dreams of Elm Street teens. But Freddy's demonic scheme spins out of control when the maniacal Jason begins his own campaign of terror. Robert Englund returns as Freddy, while Ken Kirzinger takes over the part of Jason.

Director: Ronny Yu
R-Rated
98 mins


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Haute Tension (original title)

Students Marie (Cécile de France) and Alex (Maïwenn Le Besco) have no idea of the horrors that await them when they head off to a remote country home to study for their upcoming exams and a psychopathic stranger attacks, tying up Alex and taking her away. It's up to Marie to save her friend -- but first, she must figure out what's really going on. Philippe Nahon co-stars in this twisty-turny tale of terror.

Director: Alexandre Aja
NC-17
91 mins
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A group of couples stops for a gas fill-up when they happen upon  Spaulding's Museum of Monsters and Madmen. Initially intrigued to hear about Dr. Satan, the unsuspecting kids soon become a sick family's source of torturous and murderous fun. Set in 1977 as a gory throwback to the blood-fests of the 1970s, writer-director Rob Zombie's over-the-top horror flick stars Sid Haig, Karen Black, Erin Daniels, Jennifer Jostyn and Chris Hardwick.

Director: Rob Zombie
R-Rated
88 mins


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After 23 horrifying days of gorging on human flesh, an ancient creature known as the Creeper embarks on a final voracious feeding frenzy, terrorizing a group of varsity basketball players, cheerleaders and coaches stranded on a remote highway when their bus breaks down. The terrified group is forced to come together and do battle against the winged creature hell-bent on completing its grizzly ritual. … Hey, it could happen!
Director: Victor Salva
R-Rated
104 mins


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Professor Bakshi (Rishi Kapoor) catches Tanya (Esha Deol) cheating on an exam. Afraid of failing, Tanya and her friend Karan (Tusshar Kapoor) plot to steal the test from Bakshi's home. But the plan derails when Tanya hits Bakshi with her car and leaves him for dead. Now, someone is stalking Tanya and her friends and killing them one by one. Is it Bakshi -- or someone else with an ax to grind?


Director: Anil V. Kumar
NR
142 mins


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A group of hapless city kids (are there any other kind in a movie like this?) "luck" onto a treasure chest full of gold coins. Faster than you can pour a bowl of Lucky Charms, that sawed-off runt of a leprechaun appears -- again! -- to reclaim the loot. But before he can do that, some of the urban posse are gonna go down! Stars Warwick Davis, Tangi Miller and Sticky Fingaz.


Director: Steven Ayromlooi
R-Rated
90 mins


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When a teenager pulling a prank is accidentally shot by a farmer, his soul is captured by the farmer's scarecrow, which then sets out to make the boy's girlfriend his undead scarecrow bride. One of the girl's friends discovers the truth and sets out to stop the scarecrow, but is he any match for this hay-and-burlap menace? Directed by David Michael Latt, this raucous horror film stars David Castro, Brett Erickson, Todd Rex and Nicole Kingston.


R-Rated
90 mins


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Five friends take a much-needed break and decide to spend their holiday in a rustic little cabin in the backwoods of Texas. Unfortunately, a persistent myth about a killer clown who went on a killing spree in the area continues to haunt the local residents. Suddenly, one by one, the friends start to go missing … and then turn up hacked to pieces. Could the maniacal clown be adding a few extra performances?


Director: Bob Willems
R-Rated
97 mins

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This chilling slasher flick follows a group of friends terrorized by an ax-wielding murderer during their snowboarding getaway. It seems a shredder dressed in black is taking it upon himself to wipe out anyone who breaks mountain etiquette. As the killer picks off the pals one at a time -- in decidedly gory style -- the survivors must find a way to overcome their fears and fight back before they too get ripped to bits.


Director: Greg Huson
R-Rated
86 mins



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After her sister is brutally murdered, bubbly younger sibling Mahek (Tanisha) withdraws from her friends and family into a protective shell. The only boy she's remotely drawn to is a college student who's much like Mahek is now -- shy and introverted. Things seem to be proceeding smoothly between the two, until one day when Mahek is attacked by a man in a joker's mask who seems intent on murdering her.


Director: Pavan Kaul
Not-Rated
163 mins

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The only known survivor (Jessica Biel) of a 1973 killing spree, dubbed The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, breaks her silence and comes forward to tell the real story of what happened on that bloody day. She recounts the grisly events that led her and her four teenage friends to a deserted rural Texas highway and straight into the clutches of a chainsaw-wielding madman who left a trail of blood and terror.

Director: Marcus Nispel
R-Rated
98 mins



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New to Los Angeles, Nell and Steven Barrow (Angela Bettis and Brent Roam) rent an apartment in the run-down Lusman Arms building in this gruesome slasher flick from Tobe Hooper. Soon, Nell begins to notice that young women in the building are meeting violent deaths. With the help of nice-guy actor "Jazz" Rooker (Rance Howard), Nell starts investigating -- and makes some disturbing discoveries.

Director: Tobe Hooper
R-Rated
94 mins


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Things may appear calm on the surface, but beware the malevolent force that lurks underneath. When a group of friends (Jason Christ, Julie Farrar, Emily Haack, Chris Grega, Todd Tevlin) converge on the town of Old Mines for a float down its rivers, they're met with the frosty welcome of its denizens. Unperturbed, the friends continue their trip and soon become prey to the Boy (Doc Brown), a murderous maniac the town's mayor uses as a weapon.


Director: Jeremy Wallace
Unrated
79 mins


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License to Drive meets Deliverance when Scott (Desmond Harrington) crashes into a carload of three other young people (Eliza Dushku, Jeremy Sisto and Emmanuelle Chriqui). The foursome is soon lost in the woods of West Virginia, where they're hunted by three cannibalistic mountain men who are grossly disfigured via generations of inbreeding. Should've called  AAA!

Director: Rob Schmidt
R-Rated
85 mins



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School's out for summer, and a group of highly photogenic graduates are heading deep into the woods to a secluded campground, where they can get wasted and "do the nasty" far from the watchful gaze of snooping parents. But evil lurks close by … this time with an axe to grind! Why? Four years ago, a few members of the group were involved in a fire that killed an entire family. Now, it's payback time.


Director: Andrew Van Slee
R-Rated
90 mins


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After accidentally dozing off, Kate (Franka Potente) awakens to discover that she's missed the last train from London -- and that she may be trapped in the subterranean station for the night. But little does she know that she's got company. Set in the bowels of London's Underground and sewer system, this creepy tale of public transportation will make you think twice about snoozing on your next commute to work.

R-Rated
85 mins



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Forget the winter wheat: Something horrific is happening in the crop field, and you can't blame it on the fertilizer! A carnivorous creature has returned to life -- and this time, it's monumentally ticked off and is searching high and low in every farm furrow and around every outbuilding for fresh victims to do his evil bidding. Better watch your back!


Director: Paul Moore
R-Rated
88 mins


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A serial killer stalks the streets of West Hollywood on a wild Halloween night in this gay horror tale. The film centers on five men who are chased by a crazed killer through an obstacle course of party-goers, dirty dancers and sexy shenanigans.


Director: Paul Etheredge
R-Rated
84 mins


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The legend of Sleepy Hollow rises again in this supernatural thriller about spiritual enmity that lasts through generations. After relocating to the quiet hamlet, Ian Cranston (Kevin Zegers) is plagued by strange happenings he can't explain. When he realizes he's a direct descendant of Ichabod Crane, however, he begins to comprehend the enormity of his fate: The Headless Horseman is back for revenge, and he's set his sights on Ian.g

Director: Kyle Newman
R-Rated
94 mins



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Once again, a group of misbehaving teenagers puts the rest of the world in danger -- this time, by getting involved in a deadly car accident and keeping it a secret. One year after the incident, one of the teens (Dave R. Watkins) starts having some seriously disturbing nightmares, and soon, his best friends start dying off one by one. Is the boy subconsciously causing the tragedies, or is it the work of a bona fide psycho?


Director: Ron McLellen
R-Rated
94 mins


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Aaron Gaffey and Kyle Yaskin star in this thriller about a once-successful life gone awry. Addled by excessive drug use that has damaged his sense of judgment and justice, entrepreneur Jack Magnus (Gaffey) descends into a paranoid psychosis and finds a murderous streak within him. Using a construction tool -- a jackhammer -- as his weapon, he embarks on a gory rampage where no one is safe from his bloodlust. Can Jack be stopped?


Director: Joe Castro
R-Rated
89 mins


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A deranged serial killer targets brazen bank robbers in this bloody horror flick starring Brandon Johnson, Heather Magee, Richard Glover and Samantha Dark. After a botched bank heist, a gang of criminals takes a young mother and daughter hostage, holing up in what they think is a deserted farmhouse. But the police are the least of the crooks' worries as the murderous madman in residence begins exterminating his unwanted guests.

Director: Stevan Mena
R-Rated
85 mins



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Habitaciones para turistas (original title)

When Elena (Jimena Kroucco) and Theda (Elena Sirito) miss their connecting train in the small Argentinean town of San Ramón, they're forced to check into a creepy bed and breakfast, where they meet three other girls who share their fate (Mariela Mujica, Victoria Witemburg and Brenda Vera). But it isn't until one of them turns up dead that they learn it's unlikely they'll ever check out. Adrían García Bogliano directs in his feature-film debut.


R-Rated
90 mins



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It's Halloween eve, and 9-year-old Douglas (Alexander Brickel) is in for the fright of his life in this chilling horror tale. Dressed as "Satan's Little Helper" (from his favorite video game), Douglas goes out trick-or-treating and meets a guy dressed as the monstrous boss from the same video game. Staying true to the game, Doug offers to be his assistant, unaware that the masked man is really a serial killer on a Halloween murdering spree.

Director: Jeff Lieberman
R-Rated
100 mins



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In this horror film, a fraternity joke goes terribly wrong and causes a man's death. As a result, the man is reincarnated into a vicious scarecrow hell-bent on revenge against those responsible. The scarecrow swoops down and wreaks havoc on a resort town during Spring Break, looking for those who killed him and terrorizing everyone in its path. Ken Shamrock (an Ultimate Fighting Championship competitor) stars as Coach Ramsey.


Director: Brian Katkin
R-Rated
90 mins




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Chucky's back! This time, he gets a little help from his son, Glen, a doll as vengeful and malevolent as its predecessor. Glen's partner in  crime is Tiffany, his "wife" who has a thirst for blood as lusty as his.

Director: Don Mancini
R-Rated
87 mins



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Synopsis taken from IMDB and NetFlix

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