Here are 7 feature movies on 2 DVD's. Over 13 hours of entertainment!
1) Storm of the Century MINISERIES
Probably the most Stephen King of Stephen King adaptations. This movie is disturbing and it's twisted and it's overall just going to leave you sitting down looking at your TV screen wondering what the hell happened. Great Miniseries.
Frozen in Fear stars Eric Roberts as Sean, a deeply disturbed but talented artist. When an East Coast art dealer (Catherine Oxenberg) becomes intrigued by Sean's work, she travels to his small Montana hometown to meet him. Sean suffered a horrific moment as a child when he witnessed the murder of his own mother. Now there are women missing from his usually sleepy hometown. The art dealer discovers the truth about the missing people, but may become the next subject of Sean's more personal, and deadly, work.
Three friends fight for their lives during a grueling three-week excursion into the Kaibab National Forest. Leaving the modern world behind, John, Julian, and Paul each pack a knife, a bottle or water, and a garbage bag in order to test their survival skills, and seek clarity through a peyote -induced vision quest. When disaster strikes seven days into the trip, the three friends discover that the greatest enemy is within. Now if they fail to make it out soon, they might never make it out at all.
Genre: Drama, Horror, Mystery & Suspense
Runtime: 97 Minutes
Audience Score: NA
4) Watch Me
Australian writer/producer makes her feature directorial debut with this frightener concerning a diligent cinema studies student who attempts to unravel the dark mystery behind a deadly e-mail attachment. Tess Hopper's friends are being brutally murdered, their violent deaths foreshadowed by a seemingly benign e-mail attachment with the simple subject line, "Watch Me." When Tess finds that same ominous message in her own inbox, she enlists the aid of an underground pornography dealer in solving the mystery before she becomes the latest victim in this deadly viral rampage.
Genre: Drama, Horror
Runtime: 78 Minutes
Audience Score: NA
5) The Triangle
It's The Shining at sea in the made-for-cable paranormal thriller The Triangle. The story opens in the Caribbean, where Stu (Luke Perry), a shady lawyer, has chartered a boat captained by Louis Morgan (Dorian Harewood) for a fishing excursion. Accompanying Stu are his "trophy" girlfriend Julia (Polly Shannon), his best friend Tommy (Dan Cortese), and Capt. Morgan's attractive First Mate (Olivia D'Abo). Swept into the Bermuda Triangle by inclement weather, the five seafarers are greeted with the daunting vision of a huge, deserted ocean liner: the Queen of Scots, which disappeared in 1939.
A vengeful mother's murderous curse threatens to consume a small suburban community in this modern take on the terrifying legend of La Ilorona. When a young mother and wife catches her husband in the midst of an adulterous tryst, the devastating discovery drives her to murder the pair's children before taking her own life. Now, as the young mothers of a fledgling community are driven to kill by an unseen force, it's up to a psychic detective to crack the case and exorcise the curse before the grip of the murderous tightens and more children die.
A Los Angeles detective has a series of nightmarish hallucinations that help him track an elusive organ thief who is terrorizing the city. Women are being killed all over town, but the murderer isn't leaving any clues. Meanwhile, Detective Nick Ferguson (Rhett Giles) begins suffering from bizarre visions that leave him dazed and confused. When Detective Ferguson learns to embrace his newfound sense of second sight, he realizes it may be the key to stopping the murder spree.