When a Voodoo spells awaken a giant serpent, Army
special ops vet and master hunter, Nick Kirabo (DMX) is
the only man who can stop the carnivorous terror.
The Evil Dead, director Sam Raimi's (Darkman, Quick & The Dead, Army Of Darkness) first feature film, is a true cult classic in every sense of the word. Originally released in 1982, The Evil Dead tells the tale of a group of friends who go to a cabin in the woods, where they find an unspeakable evil lurking in the forest. They find the Necronomicon, the Book Of The Dead, and the taped translation of the text. Once the tape is played, the evil is released. One by one, the teens become deadly zombies. With only one remaining (Bruce Campbell), it is up to him to survive the night and battle The Evil Dead.
Welcome to Detroit, home of the automobile, the assembly line, and heavy metal warfare!
Ace Spade, a young metal head, gets his life turned upside down when he receives a guitar possessed by the spirit of rock god Eddie Lee Stryker, who was murdered by the beautiful and deadly crime boss Mrs. Delicious. After discovering that Delicious plans on blowing up the local Battle of the Bands, Stryker endows Ace with heavy metal powers and the ability to turn into a gigantic metal monster so he can shred Delicious and her minions to pieces! Full of action, comedy, gore, and killer music, HEAVY MENTAL is a metal masterpiece that takes no prisoners and goes all the way to 11!
A nightclub singer has nightmares about being involved in adultery and murder, only to wake up and find that they may not be nightmares
At age 16, Jenny has it all- beauty, brains, steady boyfriend and her own apartment. But, scratch beneath the surface to uncover a childhood scarred by parental mistreatment and abandonment. Desperate for love, Jenny becomes involved with a handsome stranger who is obsessed with the occult. Surrounded by witchcraft and black magic, she stumbles down a path of haunted dreams and demonic possession. She seeks help from friends, doctors, psychiatrists and religious leaders, but finds only scepticism and disbelief. On the edge of sanity, can she find a way to salvation? BASED ON A TRUE STORY.
All 67 episodes--remastered, uncut, and loaded with exclusive extras
27 new audio commentaries featuring Arthur Hiller, Patricia Barry, Ernest Dickerson, David Schow, Tim Lucas, Gary Gerani, Jim Wynorski, Richard Anderson, Lucy Chase Williams, Steve Mitchell, Marc Scott Zicree, Alan Brennert, Beverly Washburn, Larry Blamire, Jon Burlingame, Daniel Benton, Ron Borst, and Craig Reardon
Extensive promotional and production still galleries
Rare episode promos and the Thriller series promo
Isolated music and effects tracks for select episodes from composers Jerry Goldsmith and Morton Stevens