For hundreds of years witchcraft has been associated with evil but what is the truth behind one of the best known figures of the supernatural? We all know that practically every fairy story has a witch in it somewhere and that in the past people were burnt at the stake for being a witch. Shakespeare developed the three witches in Macbeth to be vulgar instruments of evil. But that was then... what about now?Anthony Head star of Buffy The Vampire Slayer embarks on a journey that takes him from the Thames in London to Scotland and finally to South Africa where the fear of witches is still very strong and various forms of witchcraft are still practised. Anthony Head joins a police division that deals with crimes of the occult before he heads to a Durban herb market and discovers some shocking items for sale. At a traditional Zulu healer’s graduation ceremony he comes across more disturbing scenes and later learns about the specific uses for different parts of the body.
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.
Ten chillers for your delight. Features Creep (Smith, 2004), 28 Days Later (Boyle, 2002), The Hole (Hamm, 2001), The Blair Witch Project (Myrick & Sanchez, 1999), The Omen (Donner, 1976), From Hell (Hughes & hughes, 2001), Deathwatch (Bassett, 2002), Wrong Turn (Schmidt, 2003), Dead End (Andrea & Canepa, 2003) and Jeepers Creepers 2 (Salva, 2003).
A lurid shocker from 1960 in which a plastic surgeon on the run after disfiguring the face of a patient hides out in a circus, where he transforms the faces of badly scarred women into the the beautiful stars of his show. However, the police and a nosy reporter become interested when the women who want to leave the circus begin dying in freak accidents, and they begin to suspect that the doctor is responsible.