A witty and blood-spattered horror about murder, mayhem and mutant ravers at an illegal party.
A controversial energy drink called Renergy is manufactured at a Midwestern plant. When an accident drastically increases the drink’s potency, a worker drinks a bottle and goes berserk, butchering almost all of his colleagues.
A month later, Becky, a germaphobic, trainee journalist reluctantly goes to an illegal rave inside the now abandoned plant. There she has immediate chemistry with Hannah, a friend of her ex-girlfriend. In the meantime, the party’s organiser discovers a left-over stash of the still contaminated energy drink, which quickly gets in the hands of every raver there.
As Becky dances with Hannah to pulsating techno, she risks a kiss in the heat of the moment. But mid-kiss Hannah’s grip on Becky turns painful. When Becky opens her eyes, to her horror, she see’s Hannah’s mutated face and blood-shot eyes. She breaks free, only to discover that almost all the other ravers have turned too. To make matters worse, the more drugs they take, the more hostile they get.
Becky is now trapped among sweaty, germ-infested ravers: her personal version of hell. As the party descends into carnage, she has to overcome her germaphobia to save Hannah and her friends and make it out of the party alive.View Trailer
Until she is saved by a cute bicycle courier who drags her out of the way of a speeding car, ROSE WALKER has no idea she’s not real, because she is in fact, a minor character within a vast, Grand Theft Auto- like computer game.
She has no home, no life, no past, no future and worst of all she has no freedom… Once Rose discovers the truth about the nature of her existence she must overcome the rules of the game before the server resets itself to experience REAL LIFE, if only for one night. The game is rigged against her – to lose means permanent character deletion. To win, will change her world of the game, forever.
David Erve is a haunted young man. Five years earlier he went from zero-to-hero when a highly contagious virus turned the population of his hometown into rabid killers.
But Dave did not just survive the outbreak, he rescued dozens of others, including the girl of his dreams, to become a national hero. Fame and bravery awards followed but Dave ran away from it all, leaving England and disappearing from the limelight as he battled to overcome the horrors of that night.
Now for the first time, David Erve is returning home for the fifth Wickmore Memorial service. But it’s not the town he left behind. The place has changed. The townsfolk have sold out and cashed in on the disaster. No penny has been spurned. Tragedy means opportunity.
What’s more it seems the townsfolk are ready to forgive billionaire industrialist Tom Willetts, the very man who caused the outbreak, and take him into their community with open arms. What is behind this act of grace, Dave and his American filmmaking girlfriend, Lise, will uncover along the way.
David Erve returned to Wickmore to confront the past, only to discover the horrors of yesterday have nothing on the sins of today.
A touching, heartwarming story about a man fulfilling his dream of being an astronaut in the last divided capital in the world.
January 2004, three months before the referendum on a contentious UN plan to solve Cyprus’ separation; Phivos is diagnosed with acute, early-onset Alzheimer’s.
Separated from his wife and teenage son and living back home with his mother close to the UN imposed Green Line, Phivos struggles to keep a grip on the present and decides to redeem his own past while he still can. With the help of his brother in law, Antonakis, a disillusioned army major with a healthy side business selling army ares to football fans, and Vania, formerly a Russian space engineer and now a museum curator, he steals the Vostok, an old soviet space capsule from a museum exhibit.
Phivos embarks on a dream which has been domant for 40 years. He starts to build the APHRODITE I, a rocket designed to take him where no Cypriot has gone before. SPACE!
Eight year old Miles has a vivid, overactive imagination. By day, he fantasizes he’s a brave superhero who takes on stampeding dinosaurs. But at night, he imagines scary monsters are lurking in his room and his parents’ “monster spray” trick has worn thin.
After Miles catches his brother watching an old horror movie, Wolf Night, a terrifying werewolf appears in his bedroom and attacks him. His parents think he was just having another nightmare.
But the werewolf continues to stalk him and Miles becomes convinced it’s real.
Vulnerable, and with no one willing to believe him, Miles has to face the monster alone. But he discovers a shocking truth that’s darker and even more disturbing than the nightmares that have been plaguing him.
A charming, colourful animated comedy about the adventures of a lonely hedgehog and a rabbit who thinks he’s a heroic knight.
Spike, an orphaned hedgehog, yearns for a family to call his own. Bored and lonely, he fantasizes about being a heroic knight and is envious of his neighbours: a huge family of rabbits led by stressed father Walter.
When Walter accidentally loses his memory, Spike convinces him that he’s not just his father, but the greatest hero to ever walk the earth. None other than the mighty Lord Rumbuck, who performs fearless deeds with his son and sidekick Spink. Walter embraces Spike’s story a little too eagerly and Spike’s lie rapidly spirals out of control. Embarking on a quest to obtain the sacred scrolls of adoption, they’re almost cooked for supper by a wise-cracking mongoose, pull off a daring escape from the gaping jaws of an alligator and rescue a rabbit Walter thinks is a princess from a live magic show.
Spike gets the father he always wanted. However, when Walter’s memory returns he’s furious with Spike for lying to him. Abandoned by an angry Walter, Spike’s more alone than ever.
But when he learns that Walter and his family are in danger, he realises he needs to be a real hero and earn Walter’s love rather than steal it.View Trailer
An eerie, suspenseful high concept horror about six geologists who incur the wrath of terrifying hidden forces in the isolated highlands of Iceland.
In the feral, forsaken highlands of Iceland, six American geologists arrive to prepare a dam Creepy, unexplainable things happen as soon as they begin work. Disappearing equipment, mysterious footprints, deadly landslides… Haunted by nightmares so vivid they feel real, Erin, a troubled eld geologist, suspects otherworldly entities are threatening them. The others mock her beliefs. But, to their horror,unseen hands send the group’s explosives expert, Patrick, plunging down a cliff. Erin and her ex-boyfriend, Lucas, desperately try to get help. But their SUV and sat phone break down and a raging sandstorm drives them back. Trapped in the remote valley, the team fall prey to shadowy, invisible beings. To her shock, Erin discovers they’re being stalked by ferocious mythical creatures: the hidden people. Out for vengeance, as the dam will destroy their home, they despatch the other survivors, leaving Erin helpless and alone. Her only hope is to convince the vengeful creatures that she deserves to survive.
Aspiring DJ Alex King is currently bunking on his best mate Dave’s sofa and keeps himself afloat with the odd dj gig, and the selling of weed. But with a second child on the way, Dave asks Alex to try and find a new place to stay. However, where he ends up staying is not what Alex had in mind. While out djing at a club, the police raid it, and end up slapping him with a 6 month prison sentence.
But when he hears that he can serve the sentence under house arrest instead of prison, and realises that he’s still registered at his ex-girlfriend Karen’s flat, he jumps at the opportunity… without consulting her first.
With him suddenly moving in, and turning Karen’s world upside down, she’s hell bent on getting him to move back out, however she can.View Trailer
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