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2010 science fiction / horror feature film. Plot: Unemployed writer, Paul Mantel, has been chosen by Sheila, an agent of "the hive" to provide food to a hungry colony of space aliens hiding in a remote Oregon forest -- aliens that have an appetite for human flesh! This film made its premier at the 2010 Big Bear Horror Film Festival in Big Bear California.

A car crashes through the railings of a bridge and down into the cold waters below. Of the three girls in the car only Mary survives, but from that moment on she is haunted by a strange and sinister looking apparition. You can find out more about Carnival of Souls at A Passion For Horror.

One of Larry Buchanan's first films, so don't expect the polish and complex character interactions of his later work, like "Mars Needs Women" or "Zontar, the Thing from Venus."

A rocket crashes and a mutant monster is on the loose! It's John Agar to the rescue in this low budget chiller

Nurse Charlotte Beale arrives at the isolated Stephens Sanitarium to work, only to learn that Dr. Stephens was murdered by one of the patients and his successor, Dr. Geraldine Masters, is not very eager to take on new staff. Charlotte finds her job maddeningly hard as the patients torment and harass her at every turn, and she soon learns why Dr. Masters is so eager to keep outsiders out.

The oldest remaining werewolf movie. A silent feature. Dick Bannister is the new field boss of the Ford Logging Company, a Canadian logging-crew during a time when conflicts with the powerful Consolidated Lumber Company, a bitter rival company, have turned bloody, like a private war. His boss, Miss Edith Ford, comes to inspect the lumberjack camp, bringing her doctor fiancé with her. Dick is attacked by his rivals and left for dead. His loss of blood is so great that he needs a transfusion, but no human will volunteer, so the surgeon uses a wolf as a source of the blood.

From IMDb: The new science teacher Dr. Julian Olcott (Carl Schell) with a mysterious past arrives in an institutional boarding school for troublemaker girls. Along the night, the intern Mary Smith (Mary McNeeran), who is blackmailing another teacher - Sir Alfred Whiteman (Maurice Marsac) - with some love letters, is slaughtered by a werewolf. The detective in charge of the investigation attributes the crime to a wolf, while her mate Priscilla (Barbara Lass) believes she was killed by Sir Alfred.

A young officer in Napoleon's army pursues a mysterious woman to the castle of an elderly Baron where he discovers that she is the pawn of an old witch bent on driving the Baron to suicide.

This story of mad scientists, voodoo, and zombies was made in 1964 but wasn't released until 1970 when it was put on a double bill with "I Drink Your Blood".

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