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Hellraiser (1987)
Extra gory, brutal, bloody frightfest about woman's affair with her demonic brother-in-law. You may gag a few times, but this is definitely worth watching at least once!
Starring: Andrew Robinson, Clare Higgins
Director: Clive Barker
Runtime: 94 minutes
Rating: R

Candyman (Special Edition) (1992)
Chilling of urban
legend killer with a big grudge and the PhD student who's framed for murders he commits. This film, like all of Barkers, has it's gory moments. Not for the squeamish.
Starring: Virginia Madsen, Tony Todd
Director: Bernard Rose
Runtime: 98 minutes
Rating: R

Carrie (Special Edition) (1976)
A young teen with problems such as a religious zealot mother, her first period and, oh yes, developing telekinesis. Tortured by classmates all her life, Carrie White uses her new found talent to add some extra punch to the prom.
Starring: Sissy Spacek, Amy Irving
Director: Brian de Palma
Rating:
R
Christine (Special Edition) (1983)
Never come between a guy and his first car! Nerd Arnie finds Christine, an evil auto, and as she restores herself, he gains a new personality as well. Christine is a jealous lady and as she tries to off Arnie's friends and enemies one by one, the friends fight back.
Starring: Keith Gordon, John Stockwell, Alexandra Paul
Director: John Carpenter
Rating: R

Stephen King: 4 Film Favorites (Dreamcatcher/Dolores Claiborne/Cat's Eye/Creepshow)
Four classic King movies, all from some great books. Delores Claiborne was one of the first non-horror tales turned to film and it's a great one. You'll enjoy this set, better get it before it's gone! Many King titles are no longer available on DVD!

The Shining (Two-Disc Special Edition) (1980)
This film stands fine on it's own, throw out the fact that it's one of the worst adaptations of  a Stephen King novel. Jack Nicholson gives a stellar performance and Shelley Duvall really makes you want to bash her skull in.
Starring: Jack Nicholson, Shelley Duvall
Director: Stanley Kubrick
Runtime: 146 minutes

Rating: R

Stephen King's The Shining (Two Disc Special Edition) (1998)
Remake directed by King of his classic story of ghosts, insanity and isolation at a Colorado hotel. Filmed at the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado where King was staying when he came up with the idea for the story.
Director: Stephen King
Starring: Rebecca DeMorney, Stephen Webber
Runtime: 240 minutes minus commercials
Rating: NA

Stephen King Gift Set (The Langoliers / The Stand / Golden Years)
Three pack with two great mini series and one okay one. The Stand, end of the world scenario, The Langoliers, a time warp trip and The Golden Years, not so golden.
Starring: Gary Sinise, Molly Ringwald, large casts
Director: Mick Garris
Rating: NR

Trick 'r Treat (2009)
Fantastic new horror film, direct to DVD, by Michael Dougherty. The stories revolve around little Sam, a demonic trick 'r treater who shows up at the scene of each murder, he's the character of the lead story. Four other tales of terror are wrapped around to give you a big thrill! Was a graphic novel and an animated short first.
Starring: Anna Paqiun, Brian Cox
Director: Michael Dougherty
Rating: R

From Beyond (Unrated Director's Cut) (1986)
Based on a story by H.P. Lovecraft, this gruesome tale finds Dr.
Pretorious building a machine to see other dimensions, which drives him made.
Starring: Jeffery Coombs, Linda Crampton
Director: Stuart Gordon
Rating: R

Re-Animator (1985)
"Herbert West has a good head on his shoulders......and one on his desk!" That's the tag line for this H.P. Lovecraft adaptation about a med school scholar who thinks he can bring the dead back to life in this very grisly movie.
Starring: Jeffery Coombs, Linda Crampton
Director: Stuart Gordon
Rating: R

Dagon (2002)
Based on a short story by HP Lovecraft, Paul and his girlfriend Barbara are celebrating on a yacht off the coast of Spain. A sudden storm smashes their boat, Barbara and Paul swim to the nearest town for help. The strange inhabitants offer little help to the stranded couple. Trouble ensues.
Actors: Ezra Godden, Francisco Rabal
Directors: Stuart Gordon
Rating: R

The Mothman Prophecies (2002)
From the book by John A. Keel, this is a story of supernatural portents diverting disaster. A Washington Post reporter and grieving widower plagued by a mysterious, unseen urban legend known as the Mothman. As the Mothman terrifies a West Virginia town, he remains an enigma, glimpsed almost subliminally.
Starring: Richard Gere, Debra Messing
Director: Mark Pellington
Rating: PG - 13

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