Representing a major television event in the US when it began broadcasting on Showtime in October 2005, the Masters of Horror series brings together an astonishing roster of major names from the horror genre, including Dario Argento, Tobe Hooper, Takashi Miike, Larry Cohen, William Malone and John McNaughton to direct a series of original 1-hour films.
Contains Audition, Dark Water and The Eye - three classics to remind you why the new wave of Asian horror has been ripped off by Hollywood so often! A single man looking for a good time finds terror instead in the notorious Audition, directed by cult auteur Takashi Miike (Ichi The Killer, Visitor Q). The man who kicked off the J-horror wave with Ring, Hideo Nakata, increases the tension, realism and unease in the urban nightmare Dark Water, since remade by Hollywood. Finally, Pan-asian auteurs The Pang Brothers bring their famed editing skills to bear on the horror genre in their tense and terrifying film, The Eye.
Thirteen of the most acclaimed directors of horror and suspense have gathered from around the world to tell their darkest dreams in their own distinctive styles. Each film is a stand-alone exercise in terror made by the creative talent behind some of the most horrifying and groundbreaking cinema of all time...They share a mission: To send a chill up your spine. They are the Masters of Horror.This Second Volume of Series 2 contains the final 6 films together with more than 10 hours of Special Features.Includes - We All Scream For Ice Cream; Sounds Like; The Washingtonians; The Damned Thing; Dream Cruise; The V Word
In this dark but goofy and thoroughly fun musical, shy Seymour and bubbly Audrey don't recognize the romance blooming between them, but they do recognize the money-making potential of Seymour's weird plant, discovered after a total eclipse of the sun. Soon money pours in and Seymour becomes a minor celebrity, but behind the glamour and fame lies a secret Seymour can't reveal: this strange and unusual plant's favorite food is blood. As the plant grows taller and taller, its demands for food grow as well, and Seymour starts to suspect that the plant might have an agenda for world domination.