If you like Stephen King adaptations, this one is for you. In the Tall Grass is based on a novella written by Stephen King and Joe Hill. Two kids hear the cries of a young boy in the tall grass, and go in to try to save him, only getting themselves trapped in the process.
Ray's daughter ends up hurting her arm, so he takes her to a nearby hospital. As she is getting looked at, Ray, who is exhausted from the day, falls asleep. When he wakes up, NOBODY has a recollection of his daughter or his wife. Is this a bad dream?
This film is just weird. Katrina is travelling across the country with her young daughter, when the daughter is bit by a rattlesnake. LUCKILY, the young girl is saved by a friendly stranger. Only this friendly stranger goes on to insist that Katrina now take a life to spare her child. What would YOU do in this situation?
Alice is just a friendly Cam Girl trying to make a name for herself, and boost her viewership. BUT, she soon finds that a crazy look-alike is stealing her identity, and taking over her show. She must figure out what is going on, and regain control over her life and her viewers, but can she?
This is another one to watch if you love the Stephen King adaptations. It is also based on a spooky little novella by King. This rancher decides to try to off his wife, and somehow get his son involved in the deal. And like every other Stephen King movie out there, you will have to sleep with the light on.
This one is in the foreign language category, but if you like jump scares, this is the one for you. This film takes place in an all-girls' Catholic school, after one of the girls commits suicide. A psychic is brought in to try and figure out what happened to the poor girl, but this psychic learns more about the history of the convent than they might want.
A group of college students, who happen to be in the Joshua Tree desert, accidentally summon an evil being. That is never good. This evil being has the distinct ability to take on their identities, and use them in his deadly ritual.
A troubled music prodigy returns to see her mentors, only to find that they have moved on to a new young prodigy. She has just a little trouble dealing with the fact that she might not be the star she once was. Is she going to seek revenge?
Seriously. If you haven't seen this yet, stop what you are doing, and turn it to Netflix. Sandra Bullock stars in this thriller where evil is attacking people through their site. The only way to combat the evil, is to blindfold oneself. Bullock has to try to get herself, and her two children, to safety -- but they have to stay blindfolded.
A husband and wife have taken a weekend away to try to rekindle their relationship, but the husband dies of a heart attack. Here's the twist: the wife has been handcuffed to the bed. How is she going to escape, and what memories are going to haunt her in the process?
I'm getting the creeps just thinking about this one. Here's why: it's the end of the world. No, it's worse. Something evil has happened on earth, and a young family runs to their house in the secluded woods to try to escape. BUT, a young family shows up in the night to seek asylum. Are they what they seem, or could they be part of the threat?
A nanny thinks she is taking a new job to care for a little boy. BUT, she gets there to find out that her job is caring for a doll. You can guess how this one turns out. There is a creepy-ass doll, enough said.
This film is about an urban legend -- the witch trying to steal the children. Not "good" witches like the Sanderson sisters. I'm talking evil -- EE-VIL, if you will -- witches that haunt your worst dreams.
This may sound like an urban legend, but do you really want to find out if it's true? One college student takes on that challenge, and says the supernatural murderer's name 5 times in a row. Nothing good can come from that
There you have it. You’re welcome. Now that I am going to have to sleep with every light in my house on, have a Happy Halloween.