Get ready for a tense and atmospheric supernatural horror which proves you can never truly escape evil… The Curse of Rosalie premieres in the UK exclusively on the Icon Film Channel from 13 March, before releasing in selected UK cinemas on 14 April.
Human Resources is the debut feature from up-and-coming young director Braden Swope, starring Hugh McCrae Jr., Anthony Candell and Sarah José. DeskPop Entertainment’s workplace mystery-horror Human Resources is available on demand from 10 January.
“No one knows when to quit.”
A nightly news anchor attempts to solve a cryptic murder in The Anchor. The haunting South Korean mystery streams 20 December exclusively on Screambox.
“My death should be reported through your voice.”
Spain’s first major horror film production, The House that Screamed is a stylish gothic tale of tortured passions and bloody murder that bridges the bloody gap between Psycho and Suspiria.
“One by one they will die! Only the killer knows why…and how…and who is next!”
Esther’s secret may be out but this time around there’s more to this psychotic young girl than meets the eye. Escaping from the psychiatric facility that housed her, Esther hides in plain sight by assuming the identity of a missing American child…
“She will kill to be part of a family.”
Presented by Arrow Video in new 4K restorations of its original theatrical version and extended ‘Unrated Edition’, Wild Things is a classic piece of sexy late-90s neo-noir.
Dare you say his name five times? From the chilling imagination of horror master Clive Barker comes Candyman – one of the greatest horror movies of the ‘90s, now newly restored on 4K UHD.
“Be wild. Be wicked. Beware.”
The 101 Films x American Genre Film Archive collection continues to grow with a new 4K transfer of The Zodiac Killer (1971) – the only movie in history made explicitly to catch a serial killer – and Something Weird’s dazzling 4K restoration of the essential weirdo classic, She Freak (1967).
“In the corridors of every woman’s soul there lurks a … She Freak!”
When will I learn that a great premise doesn’t necessarily mean a film will be great or even good. Just like the enjoyable Werewolves Within, the similarly titled Beast Within is a werewolf whodunit that references the party game. However, that is where the similarities end. The acting in Beast Within is woeful. There is no emotion, no chemistry, and no believability in most of the characters. When the werewolf is finally revealed, that particular character becomes a bit more three-dimensional and believable. I don’t know how much of the film’s issues lie with the bad writing or directing.
“It’s no longer a game.”
Presented in director-approved 4:3 pan and scan for your VCR viewing pleasure, Werewolves Within is on VHS, tape fans! Presented by Broke Horror Fan, and officially licensed from RLJE Films and IFC Films, with original artwork from Neil Fraser!
“A whodunnit with teeth.”
From the producer of Get Out and Us, Antebellum stars Janelle Monáe as an author who finds herself trapped in a terrifying reality and must uncover the brutal truth before it’s too late…
Successful author Veronica Henley is finishing a book tour before she returns home to her husband and daughter. But a shocking turn of events is about to upend Veronica’s existence, plunging her into a horrifying reality that forces her to confront her past, present, and future.
“The unresolved past can certainly wreak havoc on the present.”
From writer and director Takashi Shimizu, Howling Village follows a young psychologist, Kanade, who visits an infamous haunted and cursed village to investigate her brother’s disappearance.
Her investigation reveals that the village’s mysteries are connected to her family and works to uncover her family’s dark history.
Howling Village is available in select theatres 13th, on demand 17th August, and Blu-ray 14th September from Epic Pictures and DREAD.
“Horror comes home.”
Shameless Screen Entertainment is proud to present Lucio ‘The Godfather of Gore’ Fulci’s The Psychic (aka Murder to the Tune of the Seven Black Notes) like never seen before, extensively restored from new 2K-scanned materials. Jennifer O’Neill, fresh from Luchino Visconti’s The Innocent, plays Virginia, a woman who has had psychic powers since childhood when she sensed her mother’s suicide…