British

Vampire Circus takes place in a town where the women and children are constantly being taken murdered by the vampire “Count Mitterhaus.”   The townsmen finally take up arms against the Count and slay him, provoking the vampire to swear vengeance on the town.  Fifteen years later the townspeople are dying from a plague and in the midst of this, a circus shows up to entertain the town.  Some of the members of the circus are vampires, and some of them aren’t, yet their sole intent seems to be to murder everyone they come in contact with.  What then follows are

“The Awakening” is a fairly standard, yet enjoyable, ghost movie that stars some pretty familiar faces, including Rebecca Hall (“The Town,” “Frost/Nixon,” and “The Prestige”), Imelda Staunton ( The “Harry Potter” series) and Dominic West (“300,” “The Wire”). Rebecca Hall plays “Florence” an author and skeptic who debunks ghost sightings and exposes charlatans who claim to be able to contact the dead. She is invited to a boys school to investigate a ghost haunting that has left one boy dead and the rest of the children terrified.

Lieutenant Brian Murphy, played by Rob Freeman, is the lone survivor of an American military-plane wreck. The plane crashed during a zombie outbreak, on the coast of Africa, and Murphy is forced to fight his way inland through hordes of shambling African zombies. He soon meets a local soldier named Sergeant Daniel Dembele, played by Prince David Osei, and they join forces to protect each other from the undead horde. Murphy is looking for a military air-force base so he can escape the continent, and Dembele is simply trying to reunite with his lost son.