Cabin Fever

Image Entertainment | 2014 | 95 min | Not rated

A bachelor party on a remote island encounters a deadly flesh-eating virus. Meanwhile, a medical research team races to isolate a cure from the first person known to carry the virus, dubbed “Patient Zero”.

Starring: Sean Astin, Currie Graham, Ryan Donowho
Director: Kaare Andrews




Universal Studios | 1991 | 103 min | Rated R

Two adults and a juvenile burglar break into a house occupied by a brother and sister and their stolen children and can’t escape.

Starring: Brandon Quintin Adams, Everett McGill, Wendy Robie, Ving Rhames, Sean Whalen, Bill Cobbs
Director: Wes Craven




Universal Studios | 1984 | 114 min | Rated R

A couple who participated in a potent medical experiment gain telekinetic ability and then have a child who is pyrokinetic.

Starring: Drew Barrymore, David Keith, George C. Scott, Martin Sheen, Freddie Jones, Heather Locklear
Director: Mark L. Lester




Universal Studios | 1995 | 100 min | Rated PG

A paranormal expert and his daughter bunk in an abandoned house populated by 3 mischievous ghosts and one friendly one.

Starring: Bill Pullman, Christina Ricci, Cathy Moriarty, Chauncey Leopardi, Eric Idle, Ben Stein
Director: Brad Silberling




Tokyo Shock | 1973 | 81 min | Rated G

A recent underground nuclear test threatens the lost civilization of Seatopia, so they send their monster Megalon to punish humanity. Along with a robot named Jet Jaguar, Godzilla must stop this fearsome beast and his ally from space. Gigan, before it’s too late.

Starring: Katsuhiko Sasaki, Hiroyuki Kawase
Director: Jun Fukuda




Tokyo Shock | 1968 | 85 min | Rated G

From their lunar outpost, alien forces wreak havoc by simultaneously setting free all the monsters of yore, from Godzilla to Ghidrah. Only the United Nations Starship Moonlight SY3 can save the citizens of Earth from utter chaos and imminent trampling.

Starring: Akira Kubo, Yoshio Tsuchiya, Godzilla, Rodan, Kyôko Ai, Yukiko Kobayashi
Director: Ishiro Honda




Universal Studios | 1979 | 109 min | Rated R

In early 20th-century England, the bloodthirsty, but also charming and seductive Count Dracula tries to create an immortal bride, but must contend with Professor Abraham Van Helsing.

Starring: Frank Langella, Laurence Olivier, Donald Pleasence, Kate Nelligan, Trevor Eve, Janine Duvitski
Director: John Badham



Baby Blues

Well Go USA | 2013 | 92 min | Not rated

Famed music producer Ip Ho (Raymond Lam) and his wife Tin Ching (Sheng Jun) move into their suburban dream home where Tin Ching finds a lovely vintage wind-up doll. Misfortune knocks on everyone’s door once they’re exposed to Ip Ho’s new music project revolving death, including Tin Ching who is pregnant with twins. Suffering from postpartum depression after giving birth prematurely, Tin Ching mistakes the doll as one of her children who died at birth.

Starring: Raymond Lam



The Return

Universal Studios | 2006 | 85 min | Rated PG-13

Joanna Mills is a tough young Midwesterner determined to learn the truth behind the increasingly terrifying supernatural visions that have been haunting her. She has made a successful career for herself, as a sales representative for a trucking company; but her private life has been difficult. Estranged from her father, stalked by an obsessed ex-boyfriend, and with few friends in her life, Joanna fears that she is losing control. She sees and feels the brutal murder of a young woman she’s never met, at the hands of a heartless killer–a man who appears to be making Joanna his next target. Determined to fight back, Joanna is guided by her nightmares to the murdered woman’s hometown. Once there, she will discover that some secrets can’t be buried; some spirits never die; and that the murder she is trying to solve may be her own.

Starring: Sarah Michelle Gellar, Sam Shepard, Peter O’Brien, Adam Scott, J.C. MacKenzie, Kate Beahan
Director: Asif Kapadia



White Noise

Universal Studios | 2005 | 101 min | Rated PG-13

An architect’s desire to speak with his wife from beyond the grave, becomes an obsession with supernatural repercussions.

Starring: Michael Keaton, Deborah Kara Unger, Ian McNeice, Chandra West, Sarah Strange, Nicholas Elia
Director: Geoffrey Sax



The Watcher

Universal Studios | 2000 | 97 min | Rated R

A detective tracking a serial killer gives up all hope of solving the crimes and moves to another city. After he’s settled in the old acquaintance he makes himself known. The serial killer has resurrected and resumes sending him pictures of his next victim.
Starring: James Spader, Marisa Tomei, Keanu Reeves, Ernie Hudson, Chris Ellis




Dracula / Drácula [Version in Spanish]

Universal Studios | 1931 | 2 Movies | 179 min | Not rated

The legendary bloodsucker stakes his claim on a British estate in search of new blood.

Starring: Bela Lugosi, Carlos Villarías, Helen Chandler, Lupita Tovar, Edward Van Sloan, Eduardo Arozamena
Directors: Tod Browning, George Melford, Enrique Tovar Ávalos




Universal Studios | 1931 | 70 min | Rated G

A crazed scientist creates a living being from body parts, not realizing it has a madman’s brain.

Starring: Colin Clive, Boris Karloff, Mae Clarke, Edward Van Sloan, Dwight Frye
Director: James Whale




Universal Studios | 1935 | 75 min | Not rated

An acclaimed sequel to the original Frankenstein, the legendary monster now longs for a mate of his own, as the overly ambitious Dr. Frankenstein creates the bride. Bride of Frankenstein ranks as one of the finest films not only of the genre, but for all time.

Starring: Boris Karloff, Elsa Lanchester, Valerie Hobson, Colin Clive, Ernest Thesiger, Dwight Frye
Director: James Whale




Universal Studios | 1954 | 79 min | Not rated

In the early 1950s, a scientific expedition into the Amazon recovers a strange fossilized claw that could be a missing link between creatures that swim in the seas and those that walk on land. Once the fossil is examined, a larger, better-funded expedition is authorized to travel deep into the interior of the Amazon Basin to hopefully find more examples of the long dead creature. But as the expedition pushes deeper into the unexplored reaches of the great waterway, they come to the realization that “something” is watching their every move, stalking them… on the land, and in the water!

Starring: Richard Carlson, Richard Denning, Julie Adams, Whit Bissell
Director: Jack Arnold





Universal Studios | 1941 | 70 min | Rated TV-PG

A British nobleman undergoes a startling transformation when he’s bitten by a gypsy werewolf.

Starring: Lon Chaney, Jr., Claude Rains, Evelyn Ankers, Ralph Bellamy, Bela Lugosi, Patric Knowles
Director: George Waggner




Universal Studios | 1932 | 73 min | Rated G

An Egyptian mummy returns to life to stalk the reincarnation of his lost love.

Starring: Boris Karloff, Zita Johann, David Manners, Edward Van Sloan, Bramwell Fletcher, Noble Johnson
Director: Karl Freund




Universal Studios | 1933 | 71 min | Rated G

A scientist’s experiments with invisibility turn him into a madman.

Starring: Claude Rains, Gloria Stuart, Henry Travers, Una O’Connor, William Harrigan, Forrester Harvey
Director: James Whale




Universal Studios | 1943 | 93 min | Not rated

Pit violinist Claudin hopelessly loves rising operatic soprano Christine Dubois (as do baritone Anatole and police inspector Raoul) and secretly aids her career. But Claudin loses both his touch and his job, murders a rascally music publisher in a fit of madness, and has his face etched with acid. Soon, mysterious crimes plague the Paris Opera House, blamed on a legendary “phantom” whom none can find in the mazes and catacombs. But both of Christine’s lovers have plans to ferret him out.

Starring: Claude Rains, Hume Cronyn, Nelson Eddy
Director: Arthur Lubin