A group of young campers are terrorized by a homicidal backwoods maniac (Crispin Glover). Margo Harshman, Greg Cipes. Written and directed by William Dear. Glover's real-life father, Bruce Glover, costars as his on-screen dad.
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William Brent Bell directs the prequel to the 2009 horror film Orphan. Returning character Esther contrives an elaborate plan that allows her to escape an Estonian psychiatric hospital. After doing so, she travels to America, posing as a wealthy family's missing daughter. But her facade slowly begins to unravel. As a result, she finds herself pitted against a mother who will do anything to protect her family.
In a small town in 1989 Maine, seven bullied kids discover that a malevolent force is preying on the local children. When they realize that the town's adults can't protect them, they band together to destroy the monster, a killer clown called Pennywise.
While visiting his white girlfriend's family, an African-American man discovers that their seemingly idyllic community is hiding a sinister conspiracy—one that involves the disappearance of several black people in the area.
Off the coast of China, a behemothic prehistoric megalodon shark, thought to be long dead, emerges from the murky depths of the ocean. With the crew of a submarine trapped, diver Jonas Taylor is called upon to help rescue the crew and defeat the gigantic shark.
In 1978 Denver, shy teen Finney Shaw ventures home after pitching a home run in his baseball game. However, The Grabber, a magician who kidnaps children and murders them, disrupts his bike ride home. Finney then finds himself in a soundproofed basement, where the outside world cannot hear his screams for help. Aid comes from the most surprising source, a disconnected phone where The Grabber's past victims guide Finney to freedom.