In 1961 houses on Monterey Bay became the target of seagulls. It looked as if the birds carried out suicide attacks, like the kamikaze. This stirred the imagination of Alfred Hitchcock, master of horrors.
The world of serial killers is one of communicating vessels. The original novel by Robert Bloch, which served as the film’s basis, “inspired” serial killer Ed Gein, who in turn became an inspiration for the authors of the Hannibal Lecter character (“The Silence of the Lambs”).
This psychopathic child murderer became the protagonist of 8 films. He even made an appearance in one of the instalments of the cult game “Mortal Combat.” This time to find new victims he will use the mind of the innocent Alice.
This film was supposed to be the capstone of the series about the murderer who uses nightmares to exact vengeance upon those who had killed him. The financial success, however, convinced the film authors to make two more films about the nightmarish man from the street full of trees.
A Spanish film created in the found footage style. A television crew spends the night accompanying fire-fighters in their routine duties. When they are called to make an intervention, they become separated from the world, and record everything with the camera they carry along.
Animal rights activists break into a lab that experiments on monkeys. Ignoring the scientists' warnings, they set the animals free. It then turns out that the animals were infected with the “frenzy” virus.
A remake of Brian De Palma's 1973 film, directed by Douglas Buck. A story of conjoined twin sisters who have been separated as children.
What would happen if you only had 7 days of life left after having watched a video tape? One of the most profitable horrors in the history of Japanese cinema spawned Hollywood remakes that divided the critics.
A film which was created as a tribute to exploitation and slasher horrors and, most importantly, for grindhouse theatres where those films could be watched. Kurt Russel as a crazy stuntman surrounded by a legion of beautiful women.
A god-forsaken place in Mexico with a military base testing a dangerous virus. An homage to zombie films and drive-in theatres, starring Quentin Tarantino, Bruce Willis, Fergie, Rose McGowan.
Gary Oldman as the master of the legendary Transylvanian castle, accompanied by the crème de la crème of '90s acting: Winona Ryder, Anthony Hopkins, and Keanu Reeves.
The main defence of the film against a sea of criticism was the cult scene where Salma Hayek performs an erotic dance with a snake wrapped around her neck and pours tequila down her bare foot and into Quentin Tarantino's mouth. “I don't f***ing believe in vampires, but I believe in my own two eyes, and what I saw is f***ing vampires.”
Johnny Depp as an astronaut who was left alone in the space for two minutes. After his return to Earth nothing will be the same. Not even his perfect marriage with Charlize Theron.
A film from the zombie canon. A deadly virus gets out of control, creating legions of the undead. The ones to face them will be two beautiful women of action film: Milla Jovovich and Michelle Rodriguez.
A group of teenagers go on a weekend trip to a cottage in the woods. During a game they play, they unknowingly summon bloodthirsty demons. The debut of the fantastic Bruce Campbell.
After the unexpected success of the first film, the director has decided to continue the series, this time purposefully including elements of comedy. For this project, and for the subsequent productions continuing the saga, Sam Raimi once again invited Bruce Campell to work with him.
Jack Nicholson awakes his inner beast and once again rules the silver screen. He even manages to outshine the beautiful Michelle Pfeiffer and the '90s king of all villains – James Spader.
Kenneth Branagh attempts to take on the legend of a monster born in Ząbkowice Śląskie. On screen we will see the director himself in the lead role, partnered by the fetching Helena Bonham Carter and the fantastic Robert De Niro.