Sunday, April 23, 2017

Staystillreviews' Sensational Summer lineup/new logo!!!

 Staystillreviews' Sensational Summer lineup/new logo!!!

This past weekend while celebrating Spring Break in all it's glory, we had a handful of surprises over here at Staystillreviews. First off, my all time favorite artist Travis Falligant collaborated again with me for our summer lego featuring our mascot Chip The Movie Loving Kid. Which of course is based off 80's and 90's actor Damon Martin. It is my life's mission to make people recognize this man's brief acting career appearing in such iconic classics like Ghoulies II, Pee Wee's Big Adventure, and Amityville 1992. I've gone on and on about this guy, who went on to join the band Naked in the 90's and wrote two number one hit singles, which were even featured in an episode of Buffy. Damon then became a producer, including the Night Of The Demons remake, before becoming a very popular mural artist in LA. His work is featured all over the country, he's designed a smart car, AND raises awareness for endangered animals. This man has done it all. In fact after Galligan, hands down my favorite actor. Damon aka Chip (his character from Pee Wee's Big Adventure) became the blog's mascot earlier this year and Travis' first logo he designed completely captured the spirit of Staystillreviews which is 1980's beach time fun with VHS tapes, and great movies floating all around. Travis has designed dozens of pieces of work for me including a STUNNING piece of Zach Galligan from Waxwork II, a self portrait of myself, and then the epic Career of Damon Martin series where he designed several pieces of Damon from his film roles which inspired me to have Damon to become the new mascot. 


Travis' latest design of Chip The Movie Loving Kid perfectly captures our summer/vacation vibes where we will be celebrating our third annual Sensational Summer. I mean what better way to get into the warm weather state of mind than drinking in a pool filled with ghoulies! I can't thank Travis enough for this epic new piece and I can't wait to see what other awesome pieces we'll work on together in the future. I have a feeling we'll be seeing Chip again this fall!


On top of this awesome new logo which will be put up on the blog on May 1st, I also released this Sensational Summer's themes which will be starting June 1st!

WEEK 1 - Summer themed films!

WEEK 2 - Camp Slashers!

WEEK 3 - Beach Time Fun!

WEEK 4 - Shark Week!

WEEK 5 - Vacations Gone Wrong!

WEEK 6 - 3D!

WEEK 7 - VHS!

WEEK 8 - Friday the 13th!

WEEK 9 - A Nightmare On Elm Street!

WEEK 10 - Slumber Party Massacres!

WEEK 11 - Castle Rock Terror!

WEEK 12 - School Blues!

Until then, stay tuned for updates and a killer giveaway!!!



Wednesday, April 19, 2017

10 of the most terrifying moments from IT the novel.

 10 of the most terrifying moments from IT the novel.
"Swear to me...swear to me that it isn't dead...you'll come back."

With just a few mere months before the release of the 2017 reboot of Stephen King's IT, hardcore horror fans have been buzzing about either completely against this re-telling, feeling it was a slap in the face to the cult classic mini series starring the amazing Tim Curry as Pennywise the clown in 1990, or they are completely sparked over how terrifying this re-telling is, most of all since the story will be broken into two separate films, and from the looks of the trailer, seems to be sticking to the novel, and isn't holding back like the mini series was forced to do. I for one have been a huge Stephen King fan since birth. The 1990 mini series scared the ever living shit out of me as a kid, and I now re-watch with fond memories. The novel, all 1000+ pages hands down goes in my top 3 favorite King books of all time. I find this story terrifying, and one of King's best. I've loosely followed production of this film, hoping not to have anything spoiled for me. The second the trailer hit a few weeks before, I was floored. There were TONS of little Easter Eggs for fans of the book, and judging from what I saw, it appears to be in good hands.

Fingers crossed.

I will agree the time shift from the 1950's to the 1980's really threw me for a loop, but wanting to match up the 27 years to present day makes sense enough and I have a feeling these tiny little changes might actually work in the film's favor. Until then, I most likely will be re-watching the mini series a few more times this summer, flipping through the novel yet again, and posting about this brilliant novel, and how I can't recommend it enough to people who haven't had the pleasure of reading it yet.


Until then, here are 10 moments from the novel that I found completely terrifying. Remember kids, there are BIG spoilers ahead so beware!!!

10) Henry takes a ride.
- After Henry has escaped his mental hospital, he finally makes his way to Derry. After attacking Mike at the library and becoming wounded, he's about to give up and bleed to death when a Plymouth Fury comes cruising along the dark deserted street. I'm sure this was a little nod to King's novel Christine which was published and made into a movie the year before. Henry gets in only to see his dead buddy Belch driving the car completely rotting. The way King describes Belch rotting in graphic detail will seriously turn any reader's stomach. Henry drinks booze from the glovebox, and is given instructions on how to pick off the rest of the Loser's who are staying at the Derry Town House. This is a very creepy scene, most of all since the entire car ride only lasts a few minuites, but King makes you think it goes on for a lifetime, most of all with Belch not speaking, and how bugs are squirming through his rotting skin, and how only once when he does speak it's the voice of Pennywise coming through. My favorite moment of this part of the book is how quickly Henry wants to get out of the car after it pulls up to the curb because he hears something moving around in the back seat.

9) Frankenstein in the tunnels.
- What I'm most interested in seeing with the re-telling is how they are going to update the monsters and childhood fears from the children from the 1950's to the late 1980's. I did notice there's a character called The Butcher. I believe this fella is going to be the villain of maybe some slasher movie the kids see who will replace the werewolf. Still, it would be interesting to see if they are going to keep this part that always bothered me from the novel. Pretty much Henry and his gang chase the lucky 7 down into the sewers wanting to finally kill them. After a showdown, the kids are forced into the dark tunnels, while the gang chases after them. Well unlucky for Henry's group they were all a pawn in Pennywise's game to get the gang trapped down there. Lost in the darkness, they wander, chasing the kids, until finally they are in a pitch black tunnel. Here Pennywise appears as Frankenstein's monster, ripping off Victor's head, and killing Belch as well before Henry runs away. This part isn't described in graphic detail, but it gets the point across. Frightening. 

8) The mummy/Pennywise on the river.
- There is a section of the book after each member of the gang receives the phone calls to come back to Derry in which they recall several memories that start coming back to them once they agree to come back. It begins to slowly hit them that something strange and terrifying happened to each and every once of them before that faithful summer. For Ben, it's shortly after his mother and him moved to Derry. In the dead of winter, just a few months before when the murders just begin, Ben stays after one evening to help a teacher collect books, before getting on his snowsuit and walking back home. Here something catches his eye when he crosses over the bridge that looks out over the canal. Down below it's frozen solid, and he sees what appears to be a mummy slowly lumbering towards him holding balloons that are blowing against the wind. That's when the mummy appears to have taken the form, at least from the neck up of a clown. Right before it reaches up to Ben, he breaks out of his trance due to what I believe is the town whistle, and runs away. A haunting visual for sure. 

7) Patrick Hockstetter's death.
- One of the scariest parts of the book explains that Henry had another member of his gang. Patrick is a slightly over weight odd dirty young boy who clearly has issues and is deeply disturbed. It goes into detail of how it all began when Patrick killed his infant brother, and felt no emotional guilt afterwards. That's when time passed, and Patrick begins to kill poor animals, mostly by locking them into an old rusty refrigerator outside the dump. Patrick is one sick puppy, and after basically giving Henry a hand job while poor Bev watches from afar, they get into a huge fight and Henry threatens that if he says anything about what happened between  the two of them he'll tell everyone about his special refrigerator. Bev continues to watch from afar as Patrick goes down the path a little bit to the same refrigerator that was mentioned, wanting to clean it out in case Henry goes tell anyone. It goes into detail over how many animals he's actually killed, including a puppy, and just recently a bird. Opening it up, Patrick discovers these strange little moth creatures that look like tiny little flying balloons with suckers attached to them. Here the things begin flying and attaching themselves to Patrick who suddenly sees how much these things hurt and starts to scream. The flying bugs latch on, sucking his blood, as more and more start attacking him, even sucking out one of his eyeballs. Frantic, and losing blood, he screams before finally collapsing. Here Bev hears a voice (Pennywise) as she hides, and the last thing Patrick sees before passing out is being dragged to the refrigerator. Later Patrick's decomposing body floats down river, before getting stuck in the sewers where it remains nearly 30 years later.

6) Neilbolt street.
- What fans are most excited about after seeing the trailer to the reboot has to be the appearance of Neilbolt street. This is the house that Eddie first encounters, and later brings the gang back with him after Bill and Richie do some investigating of their own. This is where they believe is a passage where "IT" can come and go. This house is setting to three different terrifying moments of the book that I've included on this list, My personal favorite has to be the second time it's shown when Bill and Richie go alone, and the second they investigate the place and head down to the basement they run into the werewolf. Here they use sneezing powder to escape (another great element I love is how childhood gags actually work if they believe in them.) What's so terrifying about this moment is how both boys escape the house, get onto Bill's bike and start speeding down the hill only to have the werewolf chase them all the way down the road in the middle of broad daylight! I love how scary this visual is, and how once they finally get far enough away they turn back to see a quick flash of a pom-pom disappear beneath one of the sewers. Just the exhaustion, relief, and terror with these two boys afterwards, and how close they have to coming. One of the other most powerful moments is when all 7 go there in hopes to finally kill whatever IT is. What's so scary is how the house slowly starts to mess with their minds, making the illusion that it's ten times bigger than it actually is. The house seems endless, and the group stays together before the werewolf legit comes exploding from the bathroom, attacking them. Here we see in graphic detail as it tries attacking them, including slicing Ben up pretty badly. Here is the first atempt before they go underground where they try to sue the silver to kill it. What I like about this part of the book is how they know if they can wound it...they can kill it.

5) The creature.
- Something I'm wishing and praying will end up making it to the film is one of the most unsettling moments in the entire novel. Something that was cut out of the mini series, but shows how blood thirsty and cruel this force that Pennywise is. We meet another Eddie, a kid who isn't part of the Loser's Club but almost has every right to belong. Eddie has had a very tough life. His mother married an abusive asshole who beats him constantly, as well as being responsible for his younger brother's death the year before. We go into detail on Eddie's background, as well as how his step-father covered up his brother's death as an accident. Here poor Eddie spends the first official night of summer vacation hiding out in the park since his report card wasn't good and he's afraid he might get beat by his step-dad. It's heartbreaking to hear about how hopeless Eddie feels at such a young age, and how much he likes the park since it's a place he can hide out and is even thinking about maybe sleeping in it for the night. As he sits by the canal, feet dangling, something grabs his ankle. When he looks down, he can't believe his eyes. It's the rotting corpse of his dead brother. Frightened, he jumps up, and doesn't see anything. Turning and running, he first slams into a tree, before wandering in the darkness thinking he hears his name being whispered. Hearing something coming from the river, he hurries away, trying to make it to the opening of the gate when he accidentally falls over a turned over bench. Here when he turns, he sees the monster from the creature of the black lagoon coming over to him. Frightened beyond words, it goes the last seconds of Eddie's life and how he fumbles, trying to find a zipper on the creature that has it's large clawed hands around his neck, thinking it's a man in a suit. It isn't long before the creature rips Eddie's head off, and drags him back into the river. What makes this even more creepy is the aftermath involving his step-father and how years later he kills himself, claiming his step-son appeared to him shortly before he took his own life.

4) Stan and the dead kids.
- They sorta mixed Neilbolt street and the Sandpipe together in the mini series. What I loved about the novel was how many landmarks were haunted by Pennywise, including the giant Paul Bunyan stature (which appears to be in the re-boot) all of these things are terrifying, one of the worst is Stan's story of the sandpipe, and how long it takes him to finally confess what happened to him the day he helps Bev with cleaning the blood up from the sink. Here we see this happened months ago, when Stan was bird watching in the park and how he seemed to be called to the giant sandpipe in the middle of the park. This landmark has tons of history, and none of it is good, including how a woman once dropped her baby into it years ago while on tour inside, and how years ago a group of boys broke in and accidentally fell in one night and drowned. Here Stan wanders in, and hears carnival music. Slowly he wanders in, going up the curving stairs on the inside, before suddenly something tells him to get out of there. Turning to leave, the door to the outside slams shut trapping him inside. Slamming against the door in panic, he hears the wet soggy sounds of footsteps slowly coming down the stairs towards him. Holding his bird book tightly in his hand like a bible, he can't really think of what to do and starts sputtering off different bird names before magically the door swings open right before whatever was slowly approaching him touches him. Running out, he falls and scoots back on his bottom before seeing in the shadows the water logged gray faded pant legs of the dead boys, including one of them opening their hands with orange pom-poms attached to the end of each finger, almost beckoning him before the door slams shut. No wonder Stan was messed up after what happened!

3) Mike and the giant bird.
- I actually just recently re-read this part of the novel and couldn't believe how scary this was. Mike recalls at the beginning of spring how sometimes instead of helping his father out around the farm, his father would send him on little field trips all around the area to learn about the town's history. Here one Saturday afternoon he rides his bike out to the old iron works where years ago in the 1930's a deadly explosion happened during an Easter Egg hunt, killing tons of little children. All alone, he wanders around until suddenly a giant bird, ten times it's regular size, almost looking like a monster from a 1950's movie appears and begins trying to attack Mike right there out in the open. Running, he goes into an old tunnel, and as the bird tries to trap him, squeezing itself into the tunnel, he picks up tiny pieces of tile and starts fighting back, even taking out one of the bird's eyes. What's most terrifying is how scared Mike is when he finally crawls out after waiting, almost expecting the bird to return.

2) Fingers coming beneath the door.
- A large part that was cut was how Bev's abusive husband Tom is actually insane and partly possessed by Pennywise and follows her all the way to Derry. How just by chance he finds Bill's wife Audra, and is the reason she gets kidnapped and taken down to the sewers. One of the scariest parts is towards the end when Audra knows something is wrong when she wakes up in her hotel room just outside of Derry. How on the TV she sees Pennywise and her producer, and a blinding white light appears underneath the bathroom door with long white fingers appearing beneath the door before she hurries out of there. To think I'm writing this before going to bed. I'm a total fucking idiot....

1) The leper 
- HELL NO STORM! The first time we see Neilbolt street is when Eddie recalls going into pretty much the shady part of Derry, where the houses are mostly spread out and abaonded with homeless people living wherever they can near the railroad tracks. One time Eddie stumble upon Neilbolt street and crawls underneath the porch where Pennywise appears, but this time as a leper who's entire face is rooting. Here he tries grabbing onto him, telling him how much he charges for a blowjob before Eddie scrambles away. Judging from these on-set photos I have a feeling this part will be perfectly captured from how scary it was described in the book.

So the countdown continues! Let's see how many of these parts actually make it into the final film!



Monday, April 17, 2017

10 movies where everyone dies at the end.

10 movies where everyone dies at the end.
MAJOR SPOILERS!!!

Over here at Staystillreviews we're a tad bit hungover, so what better way to beat the feeling of total death than having a movie marathon? Here I list 10 movies where at the end the entire cast bites the dusk.

1) Dawn Of The Dead 04
- Man oh man, talk about depressing. I loved this 2004 remake to one of my all time favorite zombie movies. It was a colorful, fast paced, modern take on the original 70's classic. First we get kicked in the gut when Michael (Jake Weber) is bitten and forced to stay behind killing himself while his friends watch. This scene ruined me when I first saw it, then to add insult to injury over the credits we get found footage from a camera one of the characters find in the boat they escaped on which shows them breaking down and forced to dock at an island where hundreds of zombies run out attacking them. I would like to stay hopeful and believe they escaped in time, but judging from how it ended, things didn't look that hopeful. "sigh."


2) Miracle Mile
- One of the most beautiful films ever made. First off, what a story. A man picks up a ringing phone from a phone booth late one night in LA only to learn that in less than an hour bombs are going to drop destroying the entire country. Here he needs to race around the city trying to find the girl of his dreams he just met hours earlier, and also find a way out of the city. I love this movie, but the last five or so minutes were a huge let down. After everything that happens, these two doomed lovers die together scared, but knowing maybe a million years from now their bones will be found together just like the cave people from the museum they first met at earlier that day. Sad stuff.


3) Hatchet 
- Again this doesn't exactly fit the bill since Mary Beth does in fact survive for the next two installments. Still, if you look at this movie as just one film everyone dies and in very blood gory ways. I've always loved the ending shot of this movie. So over the top.


4) Melancholia
- This was a weird movie. Still, beautifully shot, and has a pretty cool overall idea. The first half plays as a drama surrounding a wedding, the second half shows the aftermath at a remote beautiful countryside mansion where a few family members learn that the moon is pretty much going to crash into the Earth, destroying the planet in just a matter of days. A very unsettling ending, but yet again I can't stress how beautiful it's filmed. 


5) The Thing (?)
- Not sure if this exactly should make the list. I mean one of them survived (maybe) and if you played that impossible Playstation game you'll know the twist ending. This ending hands does is one of the greatest endings to a horror film e-v-e-r. While the question remains on if one of them is The Thing, we get one HELL of an ending line and we basically are led to believe that both men got drunk in the snow before freezing to death. Maybe...


6) This Is The End
I'll admit, I really enjoyed This Is The End. Not only was it super funny, it also had like the best ending ever. Pretty much the end of the world happen, resulting in everyone bitting the dusk while proving what true friendship means as well as cutting the devil's dick off. (I'm not joking) Well, the ones who actually ended up proving themselves, they go to Heaven and everything is white and full of glitter. There's segways, and yes...even boy bands.


7) Night Of The Living Dead
As much of a classic this film is, I hate to admit I prefer the 1990 remake instead. Maybe it's because Barbra wasn't such a useless bubbling mess like she was in this one. Any who, this film is still a classic, and has the ultimate Debbie downer ending of all time after basically everyone turns on each other, or are taken by the zombies. The worst of course is when Ben our hero comes up wounded from the safety of the basement only to be mistaken for a zombie and get shot right in the head. Man oh man!


8) The Blair Witch Project
- The ultimate found footage movie. I don't care what anyone says, or how much this movie has been made fun of, it still hands down in my eyes is one of the scariest creepiest movies I've ever seen. I guess it's just something about the basic idea of being alone in the woods with something unseen going after you. Creepy. Any who, this movie as well as it's true sequel that was released just this past fall where everyone ends up dying. In the original all three college film students are killed off by the witch. The worst is the very last shot of the movie where Heather stumbles down in the basement of the abandonded house, after believing her friend Josh who disappeared a few nights before has been taken after her and Mike the sound guy hear his painful moans coming from that area. Running around, completely hysterical, she desperately tries to keep up with Mike before heading down to the basement and seeing Mike standing in the corner before something off screen knocks the camera into her cutting to black. For those who paid attention earlier in the film will remember the legend of a man who murdered small children and how he would kill one first, and have the other stand in the corner waiting to be next. Wow.


9) Cabin In The Woods
- Basically Waxwork for this generation, the last half an hour of this very clever and strange take on horror movies left audiences completely floored at the over the top bloodbath that followed as soon as all of the monsters were set free, destroying everything and everyone. The last few minutes of the film was truly fitting. Instead of surrendering to what's supposed to happen, the two last remaining cast members decide to say "Fuck it!" and not die. Making peace that they are going to die, as well as the rest of the world the angry Gods from below are rip shit as they burst up ready to completely kill and destroy.


10) Final Destination 3
- There's actually a few installments in this series where in fact everyone does indeed end up bitting the dust, or dies before the next movie. With Final Destination 3 (my personal favorite) Director James Wong originally was going to end the movie with McKinley getting smashed by the sign, and fading out as Wendy, Kevin, and Julie stumble away completely stunned. Due to poor response from the test audiences they decided to come back six months later and shoot a new ending where death comes to collect ten fold for Wendy, Julie, and Kevin months later in a city subway. Some see this as mean spirited but I absolutely loved this ending as well as Tommy Lee's cover of Love Train blasting over the ending credits. Long live 2006!!!




Saturday, April 15, 2017

Top 10 best made for TV horror movies.

 Top 10 best made for TV horror movies.

I know I've listed off which are the best made for TV horror movies many times before, but seeing that I'm on vacation this week, and feeling major vacation vibes I've been watching a lot of awesome made for TV horror movies from both the 1970's and 1980's while prepping Staystillreviews for yet another Sensational Summer. I sit here currently watching the ultimate Easter classic Critters 2, and decided to dig deep for ten choices I would highly recommend to anyone who wants the best of the best when it comes to made for TV terror. 

10) Bad Ronald 
- After a tragic accident, a young neighborhood girl is killed and the boy responsible runs back home to his mother frightened telling her what happened and how he buried the body. Knowing that the police won't believe that it was simply an accident now that the girl was buried, she hatches a plan that has failure surrounding it right from the start. Building a wall over the pantry and downstairs bathroom, they made a hidden room for Ronald to hide out in until things cool down. Every night the mother uses a special trap door for Ronald to get food, and keeps him company. After lying to the police that her son ran away, she informs Ronald she needs to go to the hospital one weekend for a minor surgery, and leaves him plenty of food to last him, reminding him not to leave until she gets back. Days pass, and slowly they turn into weeks when finally it becomes known that the mother passed away having surgery and the house is now up for sale with the son still living on the other side of the walls! It isn't until a new family moves in that the son slowly becomes unhinged, and makes peep holes all through the house, living in a fantasy he's made, which targets the family's teenage daughter.

9) Dark Night Of The Scarecrow 
- Bubba is a mentally retarded gentle giant who lives with his elderly mother on the edge of a mid-western farm town. Bubba is good friends with a young girl, and their innocent friendship angers a few of the local men from town including the postmaster who's determined to prove that Bubba is in fact dangerous. One day when Bubba and the little girl are playing, she wanders into a fenced in backyard where a dog attacks her. Bubba saves the girl's life, but delivers her to her mother covered in blood, hysterical and claiming he didn't do it. Frightened, Bubba races away as news spreads fast over what happened. The postmaster rounds up a few guys from town, and they ride out to Bubba's house with guns. Meanwhile Bubba races to his mother, sobbing over what happened. Hearing the truck's engine, his mother tells him to hide in his special place. Once the postmaster and men arrive with dogs, they demand to know where Bubba is. Searching the property and fields, they are just about to give up when suddenly the postmaster looks up and sees Bubba dressed as the field's scarecrow. Opening fire, the men unload on Bubba, killing him instantly. It isn't until afterwards that they learn that the girl is in fact still alive, and that Bubba wasn't responsible, he saved her life in fact. Thinking fast, they place a pitchfork in Bubba's hands, and claim in court it was self defense and actually get off. It isn't until the men responsible begin dying in mysterious accidents that the postmaster believes that either Bubba really isn't dead, or somebody is seeking revenge.

8) Don't Go To Sleep
- A family moves into a brand new house in California in hopes of starting over now that a year has passed in which their eldest daughter died in a horrible car accident. The blame for what happened has been building tension between the father, and mother-in-law for the last few months. Here the youngest daughter begins suffering from vivid nightmares which leaves her frightened and confused. It isn't until the ghost of her dead sister begins to appear before her that she's convinced she's come back from the grave. Here her sister informs her that she wants it to be just the two of them. Slowly accidents begin happening involving the other family members as the mother is left grief stricken, and horrified to wonder if her daughter is responsible, or something much worse.

7) Devil Dog Hound From Hell
- A man buys a puppet for his daughter's birthday after the family dog was accidentally killed just a few weeks before. The dog seems to be exactly what the family needs, and all is well before accidents begin happening, even resulting in the maid's tragic and untimely death. A few months pass until the father begins to suspect that something is going on with his wife and children. All of them are showing a darker side he's never seen before, and begins to take notice that all of these accidents all happen whenever the family dog is around. Tracking down who sold the puppy to him, he discovers the dark underworld of the cult who worshipped this blood thirsty beast. 

6) Summer Of Fear 
- A happy family living on a beautiful ranch in California learns that the wife's sister, her husband, and the family's housekeeper were all killed in a horrible car accident while they were on vacation, leaving their teenage daughter orphaned. The family hasn't seen her since she was born, but agree to let her come live with them. The family's own teenage daughter is excited to hear of another girl coming to live with them. At first, the cousin seems completely perfect. She's beautiful, polite, soft spoken, and very mysterious. It isn't until the family's daughter begins to see a string of bad luck following her since her cousin came to arrive. One day she breaks out in a horrible rash right before the school dance, forcing her to miss it. Her boyfriend dumps her for her cousin, and her prized horse who's spooked whenever her cousin is around is put down after an accident. Slowly she starts to see how her family is changing as well, most of all her father who seems completely transfixed on his niece while his wife pretends she's completely unaware of what's happening. Feeling something darker is happening, she starts to suspect that her cousin isn't exactly who she says she is. 

5) Midnight Offerings
- Robin, a young girl moves to a new town only to meet Vivian, a popular girl from school who has a dark disturbed dark side. Vivian was born with special powers, ones that she got from her mother, and has been learning to use by worshiping dark magic. Here she uses spells to murder teachers who were going to fail her boyfriend, as well as anything else she can do for personal gain. She's the darling of her father, and proves she's much too powerful for her mother.  Here Vivian's boyfriend grows sick of her controlling ways, and begins seeing Robin. Outraged by this, Vivian begins to target Robin, only to discover Robin has powers of her own. Here both girls go head to head in a showdown to the death.

4) The Initiation Of Sarah
- Two sisters go off to college and begin trying to join a popular sorority. Patty gets accepted to the sorority which is filled with beautiful popular girls who rule the campus. Her sister on the other hand Sarah is shy and withdrawn and doesn't make the cut, forced to join the sorority filled with outcasts. Here the members of Patty's sorority tell her that she needs to be cruel to her sister or she'll get kicked out. Feeling betrayed, Sarah is often the target to the girl's hurtful jokes. It isn't until Sarah's den mother of the sorority she belongs to shows that she has a hidden power. One that makes her special, and can make any one who's giving her trouble one hell of a bad day. 

3) Death At Love House
- A married couple move into a beautiful estate of a famous actress who both are researching about for a new book they are writing. As they interview past friends and lovers of this actress, the husband becomes obsessed with her, so much that he believes she's returned and he's having a passionate love affair with her. It's up to his wife to stop this madness before it's too late.

2) Salem's Lot
- Based off Stephen King's terrifying novel, tells the tale of Ben Mears, a famous author who returns to his childhood town to write his newest novel, which involves a large mansion that over looks the town that people suspect is haunted. Here Ben meets the townspeople, including Susan, a beautiful young woman who he begins seeing. Here a mysterious pair of business partners buy the deserted mansion and open up an antique store in town. The other business partner is never seen, and just a few days after they open shop a young boy goes missing.  

1) Trilogy Of Terror/Trilogy Of Terror II
- Both films feature 3 chilling tales featuring the same actress playing different characters. In the original we watch a shy mousy teacher get blackmailed by one of her student, two sisters with very different personalities clash, and finally a young woman is attacked by an antique doll she buys for her boyfriend one night in her apartment. In the sequel two lovers pay the ultimate price when they try to dig up the grave of the wealthy woman's dead husband they murdered in a rat invested graveyard. A woman uses black magic to bring back her dead son, and finally the same doll from the original film attacks a lab worker when the police bring it back from the original crime scene.

Happy watching!!!