When Gemma becomes the unexpected caretaker of her 8-year-old niece, she decides to give the girl an AI prototype, a decision that leads to unimaginable consequences.
Tess arrives at her reserved rental house only to discover that it has been accidentally double-booked with a man. Worse still, she has no clue of the dark secret within the dwelling.
When Mr Harrigan dies, Craig discovers that he can communicate with his friend from the grave.
Scare Package II: Rad Chad’s Revenge is sillier, more referential, and bloodier than the first. Like all good horror sequels, it had to up the ante and it does.
Directed by Rebekah McKendry, and starring Ryan Kwanten and J. K. Simmons, Glorious is a blood-splattered cosmic horror that delights and shocks in equal fashion.
Directed by Charles Band and written by Kent Roudebush, Evil Bong 888: Infinity High is not a ‘high’ point of the franchise.
From the writing and directing duo, Joseph Winter and Vanessa Winter Deadstream is exceptionally entertaining, funny, and frightening.
Once again, directed by Louisa Warren (with a screenplay by Ben Daly), Tooth Fairy: Drill to Kill is a slight step back for the franchise but is still notably better than the first three films.