Officer Rod Davis becomes embedded undercover when a cartel starts bringing drugs into the city through fish shipments. He soon finds himself and his city under siege when a scientist accidentally creates mutant fish people with a poisonous bite. It's up to the rookie cop and a sexy lab assistant to find the drug stash and destroy the crime lord controlling the mutant monsters, but it turns personal when Rod's sister is kidnapped. Are they fighting giant mutant fish monsters just for the halibut? See the badge, bass, and ass in a horror-comedy that you won't want to throw back... because it's the "Catch of the Day."
An alternate reality encased in ice, a woman who is turned into a dimension-hopping assassin, and a wizard's apprentice who is so evil he is a common enemy to the angels in heaven and the devils in hell.
Moscow. 1970. The hero of the USSR, cosmonaut Nikolai Valerievich Basov, tries to recover from a tragedy that darkened his life. He leads a solitary life, having withdrawn into his apartment. Nikolai hardly notices the world around him and can no longer relate to life as he did before his accident – the fatal 36 hours after an emergency landing in the taiga, which left an indelible trace on his life. After a strike of fate, people start to mysteriously disappear around Basov. He suddenly realizes that it is not simple to get rid of this strange influence of outer space ...
When DEA agents are called to a beach crime scene, they discover a missing college girl drifting alone in a drug-runners boat. As she recalls her island trip of a lifetime, the investigation begins to unravel a spring break adventure that took a lethal dive into drugs, betrayal, and murder.
Addled prescription drug addict Daniel finds himself unraveling further under the stress of a recent breakup. Worse yet, he lives in a house haunted by nightmarish events from the past, images of which torment him in terrifying dreams. This hallucinatory horror film leaps off the screen with its disturbingly vivid visuals.
Yosuke Kobayashi, a detective assigned on a homicide unit, saw his wife killed by a serial killer, Shinji Nishizono. From a shock he suffered MPD (multiple personality disorder) and became Kazuhiko Amamiya. Soon after he managed to hunt down and killed the murderer of his wife, new series of murders have occurred and the suspects claimed to be Shinji Nishizono himself. Is it really him? Or a copycat? And who is Kazuhiko Amamiya?
When author Charles Regnier (Carl Esmond) returns to Paris with a best-selling book that criticizes the government, he's tormented by frequent blackouts. After a mysterious cat-like creature slaughters people close to him, Charles is suspected of murder. Charles fears that he is the beast, but his paramour, Marie (Lenore Aubert), and best friend, Henry (Douglass Dumbrille), believe he's innocent ... until the creature begins to stalk Marie (from Netflix description).
The action takes place in a mysterious castle in France. A gangster is transported to the castle. During a stop at a motel, he is attacked by another villain, who takes his identity. The French castle is a hiding place for drug dealers. But there is also an unknown killer who begins killing members of the gang.
Ray Steppin, a small-town sheriff in the mountains of Syzygy County Alaska is awakened early one morning with a hangover of steep proportions. He's summoned to the gruesome crime scene where a bevy of bodies have been found at a remote cabin; and one is still breathing. As the investigation deepens and night begins to fall, it becomes more and more clear that what Ray and his deputies (and the local coroner/priest) are up against isn't natural and that nothing is what it seems.
A young vampire, named Selena, resides in Los Angeles and has her mute lackey Monk hunt down women to kill and drink their blood. Selena brings into her small group Antonio, a hulking wolf-man to assist and further terrorize the people of L.A. In the meantime, a dogged police inspector and a resourceful young woman try to piece together the strange murders and disappearances before more victims turn up.
Directed by Kulp Kaljareuk, this modern adaptation of a classic horror tale revolves around two people whose loved ones die after they get a wax figure shaped like themselves. An investigation into the deaths brings the two together as they seek the truth behind the mystery.
Sara takes a job as a cleaner to find her missing daughter and strikes an uneasy alliance with the sinister janitor. They venture with a small group into the abyss underneath Malmö and the heart of darkness.
Lorraine is a young novelist who has been suffering from severe headaches, nightmares and occasional short-term memory loss from a car accident. Daily medication has become a part of her life. One day, a plane crash kills Lorraine’s husband Kenny. Not long after the accident, a call made by Kenny’s cell phone startles Lorraine. On the other side of the line is a man named Ben. His fiancée Lynn was killed in the same plane crash. Kenny’s cell phone was put into Lynn’s remains by mistake. Out of curiosity, Ben checks out Kenny’s phone and finds evidence which leads him to believe that Kenny and Lynn were having an affair and were planning to run away together to a small town called X. Their sudden departure leaves Lorraine and Ben with a lot of unanswered questions. They decide to travel to X, an eventful journey with terrifying things in stall for them.
A movie divided in two segments, the first "La puerta" (The Door) is about a high society gathering in which a door inside the mansion leads to a bizarre corridor where a naked and menacing human figure appears. The second "La mujer del carnicero" (The Butcher's Wife) is set during the Mexican revolution and is about horrifying hallucinations felt by a lieutenant after committing a murder.