A group of archeologists break the seal of a cursed tomb of Egyptian Prince Talos, resulting in their deaths, but not before the expedition leader, Sir Richard Turkel, can seal the entrance to the tomb once more. Years later, his granddaughter, Samantha Turkel, following the journals by Sir Richard, leads her own team to the same tomb, this time releasing the curse again.
At a family gathering celebrating their Aunts birthdays, a mysterious gift arrives. Everyone is surprised to learn that it is from the one member of the family, their nephew Christopher, who is not there. To the Aunts delight, it is a beautifully carved wooden box, which once opened, causes them to turn into demons, who eat everyone they catch.
After a gig, the band “The Killer Barbies” drives to the next stop on their tour when their van breaks down in the middle of nowhere. Arkan, the secretary for the Countess Fledermaus, finds them and invites them to stay at the castle until someone can come to fix the van.
An alleged government contractor is using a commercial airliner to transport top secret cargo under armed guard. A mad scientist, the “contractor”, a distraught husband, and his wife flee the US on a flight to Paris, including a US Air Marshall, a pilot on his final flight before retiring, a professional golfer, and a cop transporting a prisoner when the weather becomes severe and the turbulence causes some some unforeseen complications with the flight.
For a college project a film class is revitalizing an old local movie theater and playing classic horror movies for Halloween marathon. Unfortunately the theater has a dark and violent past and certain students and their families have a connection to that past.
Best selling author, Sutter Cane, has gone missing and his publisher has hired a insurance investigator, John Trent, to find him and retrieve his latest manuscript. What Trent discovers is that belief can affect reality.
Cherry is on her way to Vegas, but her car breaks down just outside a small town and she must wait for parts to be ordered before it can be fixed. The town is so small there is no hotel for her to stay at, so she rents a room above a local butcher shop. After Ma died, Main Street Meats lost that something special that kept it going. Floyd thinks that having Cherry work the front counter, a pretty, fresh face, might draw in some customers. But brother, Neddy, stumbles across a solution which draws the customers in and has them begging for more. Continue reading →