Category Horror

After Midnight

Hank (Jeremy Gardner) and his girlfriend Abby (Brea Grant) had actually built a peaceful life in a remote part of Florida. When Abby disappears without a trace one day and only leaves a cryptic note, Hank is devastated...

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Run

It is said that you can never escape a mother’s love, but for Chloe (Kiera Allen) this is no consolation – it is a threat. The relationship between her and her mother Diane (Sarah Paulson) has something unnatural, even uncanny...

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A Quiet Place 2

Sequel to John Krasinski’s 2018 horror hit, which Krasinski will direct again...

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Color Out Of Space

Nathan (Nicolas Cage) and Theresa Gardner Joely Richardson) want to escape the hustle and bustle of the 21st century on a remote farm in New England. They already have their hands full moving and building a new life, but then a meteorite falls on their property. This bores into the earth and around the rock suddenly life takes on strange colors. But that’s not all: every life form that comes into contact with the meteorite mutates… so does the family member himself...

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The Invisible Man

There is no other way out: Cecilia Kass (Elisabeth Moss) finally wants to draw a line and break away from the violent relationship with her control-addicted friend (Oliver Jackson-Cohen). One night she makes the decision to finally go somewhere else. With her sister (Harriet Dyer), her childhood friend James (Aldis Hodge) and his daughter (Storm Reid), she finally goes into hiding, whereupon her ex-boyfriend commits suicide. While Cecilia inherits a significant part of his fortune, the uncanny events in her life that soon lead to the first fatality are piling up...

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The Lodge

Since the journalist Richard (Richard Armitage) left for his new younger friend Grace (Riley Keough) and his wife Laura (Alicia Silverstone), the house blessing has been crooked. Especially his two children, the little Mia (Lia McHugh) and the older Aidan (Jaeden Martell), take this very badly at their father and show their displeasure especially Grace, which they punish with rejection and non-observance. To smooth the waves, everyone drives together over the Christmas holidays to a remote hut. However, the drama begins when the family man has to go back to town for two days before the holidays to work. So his girlfriend is left alone with the kids. What would be a perfect time to approach each other quickly turns out to be a fallacy, because in the meantime Mia and Aidan have found out that their stepmother was previously a member of a Christian sect...

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Countdown

Can a smartphone app really predict my exact time of death? Absolute nonsense! At least that’s what the young nurse Quinn (Elizabeth Lail) thinks, who blindly accepts the terms of use when installing a new app. Because, honestly, who’s reading it? And what else should go wrong, after all, your friends also have the program on their cell phones. The only difference: While they are all still displayed for several decades, Quinn should only have three days to live. When the young woman gets wind of the fact that more and more app users are apparently being followed by an uncanny figure and then actually lose their lives, the panic is perfect. She tries to find out the secret of the enigmatic app by teaming up with Matt (Jordan Calloway), whose phone also predicts his upcoming day...

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The Grudge

When she realizes that something is wrong, the young social worker Fiona (Tara Westwood) gives up her job in a nefarious house in Tokyo and rushes back to her family in the United States. But apparently she dragged the curse from Japan. The spirits take possession of her and drive her to kill her husband, daughter, and themselves, making their home a new, cursed place. When there is another death related to the house two years later, police officer Muldoon (Andrea Riseborough), who has just moved into the city, tries to get to the bottom of the horrors that have taken place there...

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Zombieland- Double Tap

Wichita (Emma Stone), Little Rock (Abigail Breslin), Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) and Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) are back and continue on their way through a world that is fallow after a zombie apocalypse. This also has its advantages, but you can now make yourself comfortable in the orphaned White House, after having freed this from stray undead. But the colorful troupe is also faced with challenges: When Little Rock and Wichita run through together, Columbus and Tallahassee have to deal with two at a time. But shortly after Columbus met the pretty, but not very smart Madison (Zoey Deutch), Wichita returns at once: Little Rock has run away with the stoner Berkeley (Avan Jogia) and Wichita needs help in the search. The four not only meet zombies that have evolved, but also other survivors...

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Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

America, 1968: For a group of friends (including Zoe Margaret Colletti) there is nothing better for Halloween than to be afraid of being together. So, the kids decide to go on a spooky ghost holiday to discover a haunted house of ghosts, which makes for an uneasy atmosphere on the outskirts of the small town of Mill Valley. Because in the property, which once belonged to family Bellows, it is supposed to haunt! For the teens this is certainly a reason to take a close look at the house. You get into the house and eventually make a momentous discovery, because in a dungeon they encounter a strange, hand-written book that is full of eerie stories and once a Sarah Bellows should have heard. Without much thought, the teenagers take the book with them. But they soon realize that this was a mistake...

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