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Backcountry
(2014) (NR)

Alex is going to propose to his girlfriend. He decides he's going to ask her while camping in a place special to him deep in the Canadian backwoods. But Alex has not been in this area for a few years and on the way there, he gets lost. Alex sees bear tracks on the ground and realizes they are in bear territory. Terrified Alex tries to keep it together and try to get his girlfriend to safety but he can't find the way back and the bear is getting closer... Missy Peregrym, Eric Balfour, Nicholas Campbell and Jeff Roop.



Basket Case
(1982) (R)

Charismatic Duane (Kevin Van Hentenryck) has just arrived in New York with plans for vengeance and a big basket that sports his deformed once-conjoined brother Belial. Soon Duane realizes he has a chance for a normal life. He begins to fall in love, something his brother is not too happy about. Co-starring Terri Susan Smith and Beverly Bonner.



Bedevilled
(2010) (NR)

For Mature Audiences Only.

Narcissistic Hae-won befriends a young woman named Bok-nam on the remote island where her grandparents reside. After many pleads from Bok-nam, Hae-won decides to pay her a visit, but what she finds is horrifying. Bok-nam is being used as a slave for women and men. But when the cruelty goes too far and results in Bok-nam’s daughter’s death, Bok-nam’s mild mannered nature changes and her abusers better run. Yeong-hie Seo, Seong-won Ji and Min-ho Hwang.



Before I Wake
(2016) (PG-13)

Jessie and Mark have just adopted Cody, a sweet little boy who is terrified of falling asleep. Soon they begin to experience strange occurrences in their home and realize that, somehow, Cody’s dreams are coming to life. Initially, they experience Cody’s marvelous and beautiful dreams but they also begin to experience his horrifying night terrors. To save their family, Jessie and Mark must embark in a dangerous quest to figure out what’s behind Cody’s night terrors.



Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon
(2006) (R)

This comedy horror follows egotistical serial killer, Leslies, who wants to be the most popular murderer of all time. He hires a film crew to follow him and video tape his bloody massacre. Leslies goes so far as to deconstruct the rules and conventions of killers. Nathan Baesel, Angela Goethals and Zelda Rubinstein.



Bio Zombie
(1998) (NR)

Two teens crash their bosses’ car into a truck carrying drinks tainted with a strange chemical. Now shoppers at the mall must survive a horde of zombies. Jordan Chan, Emotion Cheung, Sam Lee.



Black Christmas
(1974) (R)

Christmas break is approaching for the college girls in a sorority house, but instead of joy there is terror. A series of terrorizing phones calls happen followed by a murder. How did someone get in? Or are they in already? Olivia Hussey, Keir Dullea, Margot Kidder and Keir Dullea.



Black Death
(2010) (R)

In 1348, England is devoured by the Bubonic plague (The Black Death). A young monk named Osmund is asked to travel to a remote village to investigate why it has not been affected by the Black Death. They suspect a necromancer is living in this village. Strange things have been happening in the village, things that cannot be explained. Now, young Osmund must face the horror of his journey before it's too late. Eddie Redmayne, Sean Bean, Carice van Houten.



Black Sabbath
(1963) (UR)

Three creepy tales about a woman being terrorized by phone calls from her ex who has just escaped from prison, an 18th century vampire bloodline, an a supernatural story about a nurse who is haunted by ghost. Michèle Mercier, Lidia Alfonsi, Boris Karloff,



Black Sheep
(2006) (UR)

Another horror comedy. When an experiment in genetic engineering goes terribly wrong, cute and fluffy sheep are turned into blood thirsty sheep-zombies. Anyone who gets bitten turns into flesh eating weresheep. Now a handful of survivors must figure out how to stop the spread of the infection. Starring Oliver Driver, Nathan Meister and Tammy Davis.



Black Sunday
(1960) (UR)

This classic horror follows a young princess who is condemned for practicing the black arts. Before she’s gruesomely executed, she vows to return and enact revenge on the descendants of those who condemned her. As promised, two centuries later, the young witch returns to wreak havoc on her killer’s descendants and finally get her revenge. Barbara Steele, John Richardson and Andrea Checchi.



Blade
(1998) (R)

In a world where vampires walk amongst us, Blade (Wesley Snipes), a half-vampire and half-mortal, is the protector of the human race. He’s determined to eradicate evil vampires in the world. Blade faces off with one psycho vampire (Stephen Dorff) who wants to take over the vampire world and bring back to life a merciless vampire God. Co-starring Kris Kristofferson.



Blade II
(2002) (R)

There has been a change in the vampire world. A new vampire species has emerged. One with a ravenous thirst for blood. These vampires not only feed on humans, but also vampires, creating a new wave of “Reapers". Now Blade (Wesley Snipes) has been asked to assist the Vampire Nation in combating the Reapers Co-starring Kris Kristofferson and Ron Perlman.



Bless The Child
(2000) (R)

In this satanic horror, Maggie O'Connor (Kim Basinger), a psychiatric nurse, is raising her supernaturally gifted 6-year-old niece Cody, who was abandoned as an infant. Her calm and orderly life turns upside down when her sister suddenly reappears and kidnaps Cody. Things get even stranger when John Travis (Jimmy Smits), an FBI agent who has experience in ritualistic homicides, offers his assistance when he realizes that Cody and other missing children share the same birthday. Now Maggie must finds a way to save her niece from the ultimate evil, Satan. Kim Basinger, Jimmy Smits, Rufus Sewell, Christina Ricci.



Blood for Dracula
(1974) (R)

Count Dracula heads to Italy where it is said that he can find virgin blood to save his existence and find a bride. But things are not as they seem and Dracula will be in a race against time to find a virgin and save his life. Joe Dallesandro, Udo Kier and Vittorio De Sica.



Bone Tomahawk
(2015) (NR)

When a group of settlers from a small town in the Old West are kidnapped by cannibals, the sheriff puts a team of gunslingers to set out on a rescue mission. But their enemy is not what they expected and now their mission and their own survival is in jeopardy. Kurt Russell, Patrick Wilson, Matthew Fox, Richard Jenkins, Lili Simmons, Evan Jonigkeit, David Arquette, Fred Melamed, Sid Haig, Maestro Harrell, James Tolkan, Kathryn Morris, Zahn McClarnon and Michael Emery.



Boogeyman
(2005) (PG-13)

Tim is traumatized by the haunting visions of the Boogeyman he used to have as child. After receiving news about his mother’s death, Tim returns to his hometown where he again will face the dark and evil spirit that tormented his childhood. Barry Watson, Emily Deschanel, Lucy Lawless.



Book of Blood
(2009) (R)

A psychic researcher, Mary Florescu (Sophie Ward), employs medium Simon McNeal (Jonas Armstrong) to investigate a murder where a girl was actually levitated against the wall before she was killed. McNeal, at first, begins to fake his visions, but then strange things begin to happen and real ghosts present themselves. They attack him and carve words into his flesh, and these words, claims the narrator, form the rest of the stories, stories written on a living Book of Blood. Jonas Armstrong, Sophie Ward, Clive Russell.



Brainscan
(1994) (R)

Michael, a teenager horror movie fan, discovers a video game called Brainscan where he kills unsuspecting victims. But the game becomes too real when he finds a human foot in his fridge. Edward Furlong, Frank Langella, T. Ryder Smith, Vlasta Vrana.



Bram Stoker's Dracula
(1992) (R)

This horror movie, directed by Francis Ford Coppola, is based on Bram Stoker's novel. Lawyer Jonathan Harker (Keanu Reeves) is assigned to close a real estate purchase made by Count Dracula (Gary Oldman) in Transylvania, but instead gets imprisoned by the vampire. Soon after, Dracula leaves to London after seeing a photograph of Jonathan’s betrothed Mina who has a remarkable resemblance to his long dead wife Elisabeta (Winona Ryder). Once in Britain, Dracula begins to spread terror until Dr. Van Helsing (Anthony Hopkins) tries to stop the powerful vampire.


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