He’s Watching is a terrifying supernatural horror from Jacob Estes, the director of Blumhouse’s Don’t Let Go, and a gripping, original take on the found-footage horror genre.
On September 21, 1986, two priests arrived at the Martin Family home in rural Connecticut to investigate an apparent case of demonic possession. Only two people would leave the house alive.
“What I am about to do has not been approved by the Vatican.”
Sister Ann believes she is answering a calling to be the first female exorcist… but who, or what, called her? In response to a global rise in demonic possessions, Ann seeks out a place at an exorcism school reopened by the Catholic Church.
“Once you know the Devil, the Devil knows you.”
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.”
Coming to UK Blu-ray from 101 Films for the first time in October: sword-wielding gladiators on motorcycles and a telepathic terrier, in a pair of crazed sci-fi features from the 1970s.
“In the year 3000 there’ll be no more Olympic Games, World Series, or Superbowl. There’ll be only… Deathsport!”
Finally, a sequel that truly delivers. After being resurrected by a sinister entity, demented Art the Clown returns to the timid town of Miles County where he targets a bereaved family, especially teenage Sienna and her younger brother Jonathan. And it’s Halloween night, so pray you don’t get in deranged Art’s way!
“Who is laughing now?”
Stranded in the countryside – in the aftermath of a deadly outbreak – older brother Harry fights to protect his younger sister, Lily, while he desperately searches to find refuge with their father.
“Don’t run. Don’t scream. Don’t bleed.”
Brainstorm Media’s upcoming sci-fi thriller Blank, starring Rachel Shelley, Heida Reid, and Emmy Award Winner and TV personality/host Wayne Brady, will release in select theaters and on demand on 23rd September.
“She won’t let you leave.”
A lavish manor house was supposed to be just another job for Chaz and his crew of South London thieves. Easy pickings… or so they thought.
“Tradition is preserved in blood.”
From the sick minds behind Bloodwash – Black Eyed Priest (aka Jordan King) and Henry Hoare – comes their latest experiment in terror. Inspired by the Italian zombie flicks from Lucio Fulci and Bruno Mattei, Night at the Gates of Hell promises to be a blood-dripping, neon-soaked, flesh-rotting experience.
“Let the feast begin!”
A rarely seen anthology series featuring stories full of menace and black humour, Tales of Unease avoids overt horror for a subtler and altogether more unsettling sense of the uncanny that will jangle the nerves of all those who encounter them.
“Seven tales of uncanny menace and black humour.”
Queer for Fear re-examines genre stories through a queer lens, seeing them not as violent, murderous narratives, but as tales of survival that resonate thematically with queer audiences everywhere.