Best Horror Movies of 2001
Tensions rise within an asbestos cleaning crew as they work in an abandoned mental hospital with a horrific past that seems to be coming back.
Four teenagers at a British private school secretly uncover and explore the depths of a sealed underground hole created decades ago as a possible bomb shelter.
A Visit from the Incubus
Lucy, a young Victorian woman in the Old West, is being tormented by nightly visits from an incubus. Her friend Madeleine tries to console her, but is unable to help. A fallen woman, Lucy gets a job singing at the local saloon. However, the Incubus has followed her there; and things take an unexpected turn as Lucy and the Incubus, amidst the rowdy cowboys and saucy can-can girls, have their final showdown.
Not a second is wasted in this phenomenal, rosary-tight whirlwind of shadowy nuns, premature burial and extreme exit strategies. Wow is the word, blessed be.
The year 2000- Pop, a bloodthirsty Thai ghost, haunts Sam Kotr, a small village in Roi Et Province. One by one, the men in the village fall victim to her insatiable appetite. An eerie silence grips the fear stricken village as no one dares venture from their homes late at night. Banding together, the villagers bring in an exorcist to rid them of Pob's wrath. As a new school year begins, a student club volunteers to aid rural development project in Roi Et province. Upon arrival in Sam Kotr, they're struck by a sense of unease stemming from the eerie silence. They spend their days working in the village and relax at a waterfall when evening arrives. Unbeknownst to them, Pop's hunger has been stirred. She possesses a girl named Ger and travels back to Bangkok with the other students. For a short while, she's enthralled and engrossed by the bright lights of Bangkok. But soon enough she searches for new victims. Ger turns on her sex appeal to seduce one man after another.
Witchouse III: Demon Fire
A young woman leaves her abusive boyfriend to go and stay with her two best friends, documentary makers Stevie & Rose. After an evening of sipping wine in the hot-tub, the three women decide to dabble in a bit of black magic as part of Stevie's latest project, an in-depth expose on contemporary witchcraft.
A Chronicle of Corpses
The Elliot estate was once a thriving plantation, but by the 19th century, the family has crumbled under the weight of its own excesses. If sordid sexuality and insanity don't claim their lives, a malevolent force lurking on the land certainly will. Is it a supernatural entity, or simply the poverty-stricken locals seeking revenge? Marj Dusay and Ryan Foley star in this award-winning chiller from auteur Andrew Repasky McElhinney.
The Resurrection Game
In a world where the dead walk and get in the way, a private detective teams up with a scientist and a pair of colorful zombie exterminators to uncover a global conspiracy so dark and far-reaching that zombies are the least of the problems. Stars Amy Lynn Best and Ray Yeo, with special appearances by Jasi Cotton Lanier and Debbie Rochon.
In a small suburban community of Hillsdale NJ, something very strange is happening. Gentech Industries, a research company, has moved their labs and corporate offices to a small, quiet town. Barbed wire fences surround Gentech and no civilians are permitted inside the complex.
Witchbabe: The Erotic Witch Project III
The year is 1800. The town, Bacchusville, New Jersey. Reclusive local witch Helena Pottsworth (Paige Richards) can no longer contain her surging lesbian desires, and this puritanical, post-colonial town is about to fight a revolution of the sensual kind. Using a bit of black magic and a lot of hypnotic beauty, Helena begins seducing the female citizenry in bodice-ripping acts of pagan eroticism and hot-tongued debauchery that make bodies quiver in ecstasy.