After a few blissful weeks of horror releases, we present you with a weak and disappointing Horror In Your House that’s capped with the release of the bland thriller Homecoming, along with Peter Jackson’s mis-fire The Lovely Bones. Get the full list below.Horror in Your House
April 20, 2010
BRAINCELL: Cinema Image
Bizarre tale of freakish experiments occurring within a creepy clinic at the University of Liverpool. A troubled young American woman travels to England to put the pieces of her shattered past back together and unwittingly ravels a nightmarish secret at the school.
FRATERNITY MASSACRE AT HELL ISLAND: Ariztical Entertainment
What starts out as a fun and adventurous fraternity pledge night, turns nightmarish when a killer clown terrorizes the pledges of Zeta Alpha Rho, killing them off one-by-one!
A former small-town golden boy and his new girlfriend come back to visit his hometown and discover his high school sweetheart has developed an unhealthy obsession with him. His ex-girlfriend’s desperation slowly but surely becomes apparent, and all hell breaks loose as she does everything it takes to get him back.
THE HOUSE OF LONG SHADOWS: MGM
The three masters of horror, Vincent Price, Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing, are back in the return of the classic gothic thriller. In a deserted house, a desperate writer comes seeking a story. When a beautiful girl comes to the rescue, he almost loses a wager, and his life. In this house, there’s room for every nightmare, and a nightmare in every room.
KNIFE EDGE: E1
Blissfully happy in her new marriage, Emma gives up her successful Wall Street career and moves with her family to a secluded country estate. But her dream of a perfect life quickly turns into a nightmare when she begins seeing strange and terrifying visions of horrific events from the mansion’s past.
THE LOVELY BONES: Paramount
From Academy Award winning director Peter Jackson comes the extraordinary story about one girl’s life, and everything that came after. When 14-year-old Susie Salmon was murdered, she left her unfinished life behind. But now from her place in a strange but beautiful in-between world, she must help her father catch her killer and protect her family before she can finally move on.
Torn between the girl he loves and the dark side of his dreams of fame, a young musician is seduced by a touring rock band called “Neowolf” with a mysterious past and a hungry habit that comes with the full moon.
THE VAMPIRE OF QUEZON CITY: Pathfinder
Gruesome and grisly murders are our entry point into the psyche of the Aswang of Quezon City. More a meditation on the workings of a disturbed mind than a detective thriller, it nonetheless shows us a cat and mouse mind game. We watch and squirm in terror as the Pinoy vampire strikes again and again.
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