Category Horror

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In 1979 Texas, run-down producer Wayne intends to make a porn film to sort out his troubled finances. With him, in the van directed to the place chosen for the filming, there is an equally shabby group: the actresses Maxine (Wayne’s girlfriend) and Bobby-Lynne, the ex-marine actor Jackson, the director RJ (who doesn’t hide his authorial ambitions) and his shy girlfriend Lorraine, who acts as his assistant. The journey ends on the isolated farm of the elderly and grumpy Howard, from whom Wayne has rented a rather shabby outbuilding which, unbeknownst to the old man, will be the set of the porno, entitled The Farmer’s Daughters. Everything seems perfect and the crew is full of enthusiasm as filming begins...

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Don’t Worry Darling

In 1950s America, Alice and Jack are married and beaming. With other happy couples they ‘cultivated’ the Californian desert and integrated the experimental community of Victory, a charming industrial town that houses the staff employed in a top-secret project. But that perfect place soon turns into a nightmare for Alice, who has broken the harmony by breaking the rules and going beyond the limits granted to her wives...

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Prey for the Devil

Young nun Ann, raised with the trauma of a mentally ill mother, is trained in exorcism by Father Quinn. Able to enter into a relationship with the possessed admitted to a hospital run by the Church, Ann focuses on the liberation of Natalie, a victim of the same demon that years before her had perhaps possessed her mother. While attending classes with other priests, Ann begins to have disturbing childhood memories and terrifying visions, as well as violently clashing with Natalie’s demon...

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Men

After having communicated to him the desire to divorce, leading to a violent marital altercation, Harper witnesses the death of her husband, James, without knowing whether it is a suicide, as he threatens, or a fatality. The guilt and obsession with causing her tragedy lead Harper to seclude himself in a mansion in the English countryside of Gloucestershire...

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Smile

Psychiatrist Rose Cotter hides a trauma of her youth: she witnessed her mother’s suicide, without intervening in any way and then unable to forgive herself for it. The young Laure goes to her treatment, traumatized in turn for having witnessed the violent suicide of her teacher, and tells her a story of demonic possession, with vivid hallucinations, before killing herself in a horrible way...

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Halloween Ends

Corey babysits on Halloween night, but the troubled character of the child she takes care of and a fatality turn the evening into tragedy. Years later Corey is unable to free himself from the sense of guilt for what happened and is the object of persecution by the community of Haddonfield, already tried by the death trail left over the years by Michael Myers, the killer with the white mask. Laurie and her granddaughter Allyson, who heroically survived Myers, empathize with Corey and the latter forms a relationship with him...

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Pearl

Texas, 1918. Young Pearl lives on her parents’ farm, with her ailing father and an authoritarian and uncompromising mother. Her husband, Howard, left for Europe in the war and it is not known if and when he will return. Increasingly impatient with life on her farm, Pearl shows signs of mental imbalance and a perverse taste in killing animals...

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Barbarian

A woman staying at an Airbnb discovers that the house she rented is not what it seems...

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The Twin

Rachel and Anthony suffered severe trauma with the loss of their son Nathan in a car accident. Together with Nathan’s twin Elliot, the couple leave the United States to relocate to Anthony’s old family home in his native Finland. The idea is to leave again in a distant place, forgetting the past. Sounds like a good idea at first. The house is large and charming, in the middle of the countryside. But things soon get complicated. Rachel feels alien to local customs and habits and is anxious and protective of Elliot, her only child left. What’s worse, though, is that Elliot starts acting weird and tells Mom that he’s not Elliot, he’s Nathan...

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Nope

OJ and Emerald Haywood, brother and sister, inherited a ranch in Agua Dolce, not far from Hollywood, after the death of their father Otis sr., Which occurred in circumstances difficult to explain scientifically. The family business involves training wild horses for the film industry, but the Haywoods have far more noble origins and claim to descend from the Bahamian jockey immortalized by Eadweard Muybridge in the 1878 sequence of photographs, known as the first succession. of moving images (essentially the first film) ever shot...

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