Lonely adult orphan Evie takes a DNA test that links her to an enigmatic and wealthy relative in Britain. Upon meeting her found family, Evie is seduced by their poise, glamour, and wealth until she slowly begins to uncover sinister clues, piece by piece, that point to their gruesome past.
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Based on true events and personal memoirs, Julius Avery's supernatural thriller portrays the life of Father Gabriele Amorth. Based in the Vatican, Amorth served as chief exorcist for decades. The Italian priest performed more than 100,000 exorcisms until he passed away at the age of 91 in 2016. His experience helped countless people struggling to resist the grip of Satan. Starring Russell Crowe, Franco Nero, and Ralph Ineson.
Day of the Dead, the third and concluding chapter in George Romero's zombie trilogy is the most distinctly 1950s-style science fiction version of the lot. Set in Florida, as the film begins the dead have taken over the world, outnumbering humans 400,000 to one. The handful of surviving humans have taken refuge in an underground missile silo and argue and yell at each other like players in a Rod Serling Twilight Zone episode. Among the survivors are Sarah (Lori Cardille) -- a scientist who is trying to reverse the process whereby the dead turn into flesh-eating, irrational zombies -- and Dr. Logan (Richard Liberty) -- an out-of-his-mind psychologist who wants to capture the zombies and turn them into domestic help. Things heat up when the military tries to take over the scientific experiments.
Eerie tale about a frustrated writer who takes a job as the winter caretaker at the opulently ominous, mountain-locked Overlook Hotel with his family so that he can write in peace. But soon, strange occurrences slowly begin to terrorize the family, driving the writer into madness.
The good Doctor Jekyll invents a drug that unleashes Mr. Hyde, the incarnation of his uncontrollable evil side, with devastating consequences. The first sound film version of this oft-told Robert Louis Stevenson story, this visually inventive horror classic features an Oscar-winning performance by Frederic March in the split personality of the title role. Incidentally, this film uses the more proper pronunciation GEE-kyl, rather than the currently more-often heard JECK-yl.
Director Chris McKay retells the classic tale of Dracula with a twist. Count Dracula (Nicolas Cage) has relied on his assistant, R. M. Renfield (Nicholas Hoult), for centuries. One day, Renfield decides to exit this toxic relationship, hoping to start a new life. Wandering the streets of New Orleans, he meets and falls in love with traffic cop Rebecca Quincy (Awkwafina). But Dracula's control over Renfield's life is far from over.