The film tells the story of eight strangers who find life turned upside down when a demonic virus from hell transforms those at a local Tea Party rally into zombies. It's Night of the Living Dead-meets-Evil Dead as the survivors band together to fend off the approaching End Times.
American Horror Story is an anthology horror drama series.
Masters of Horror is an informal social group of international film writers and directors specializing in horror movies and an American television series created by director Mick Garris for the Showtime cable network.
Hammer House of Horror is a British television series, made in 1980. An anthology series created by Hammer Films in association with Cinema Arts International and ITC Entertainment, it consisted of thirteen 50-minute episodes, which was broadcast on ITV. Each self-contained episode featured a different kind of horror, and these varied from witches, werewolves, ghosts, devil worship and voodoo, but also included non-supernatural horror themes such as cannibalism, confinement and serial killers. In 2003, Channel 4 placed Hammer House of Horror at No.50 in its "100 Scariest Moments" show. The clip shown was the children's party scene in "The House That Bled to Death". Episodes were directed by Alan Gibson, Peter Sasdy and Tom Clegg, among others, and script edited by Anthony Read.
Ayakashi is a Japanese animated horror anthology television series produced by Toei Animation. The series is made up of three stories: "Yotsuya Ghost Story", an adaptation of the classic Japanese ghost story; "Goddess of the Dark Tower", based on the play by Kyōka Izumi; and Goblin Cat, an original story by Kenji Nakamura and Michiko Yokote.
Mark Gatiss examines the history of the horror film, from classic Hollywood monsters to Hammer's glory days and beyond.
Midnight Horror School is a Japanese computer-generated anime series created by Naomi Iwata, and produced by Milky Cartoon. The series began in 2002, and airs on the satellite network Animax in Asia, Australia and Europe, and Etc...TV y Liv TV in Chile.
Hillbilly Horror Show is a horror/ comedy franchise, that showcases short horror films from up and coming filmmakers, hosted by our favorite Hillbillies Bo, Cephus and their kissing cousin, Lulu.
The Horror at 37,000 Feet is an American horror television movie made for CBS television by David Lowell Rich. The film first aired in 1973. In the movie, demonic forces terrorize the passengers on a Boeing 747 from London to New York. William Shatner, who 10 years earlier had starred in the Twilight Zone episode "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet", plays the lead role. Shatner described his character's end in the movie as one of his "unique ways" of dying: "I get sucked out of an airplane while carrying a lit torch into the plane's baggage compartment to try to confront a druid ghost." According to Shatner, many of his fans consider the movie the worst Shatner movie ever.
The Great Horror Family is a 2004 Japanese horror comedy television series directed by Kenji Murakami, Takashi Shimizu, Keisuke Toyoshima and Yūdai Yamaguchi, which aired on TV Tokyo affiliated stations.
Clive Barker's A-Z of Horror was a documentary series first broadcast on BBC2 in 1997. It was written and hosted by Clive Barker and explored the history of horror, from the cinema to art. A tie-in book was released featuring art work by Barker and film reviews by Stephen Jones. Subjects included: ⁕Grand Guignol ⁕Edgar Allan Poe ⁕Tom Savini ⁕George A. Romero ⁕H. P. Lovecraft ⁕Ed Gein ⁕Franz Xaver Messerschmidt ⁕Freddy Krueger
Horror in the East: Japan and the Atrocities of World War II is a BBC documentary film series that examines certain actions, including atrocities, and attitudes, of the Imperial Japanese Army in the lead up to and during World War II. The film also examines attitudes held by the British and Americans, toward the Japanese. It was written and produced by Laurence Rees and narrated by Samuel West.
Gregory Horror Show is a 3D CGI animated television series created by Naomi Iwata and televised by the Asahi National Broadcasting Co.
Zee Horror Show is a TV series presented by Ramsay Brothers on Zee TV in the period 1993-1998. Ramsay Brothers were famous in Bollywood for churning out low budget horror films in the 70s and 80s. In 1993, they turned their interest towards Indian Television. Zee Horror Show was a very popular program in the 90s. It featured short stories in the form of 4 to 5 episodes, each one based on suspense and horror. The first episode was titled "Dastak" which was telecast in 1993 & featured Pankaj Dheer and Archana Puran Singh in the lead. One of the episodes, "Jeevan Mrityu", based on dowry system gained so much popularity that it was re-telecast on popular public demand. Another episode called "Raat" with Javed Khan as the lead, is till date remembered for its performances. Its story was adapted from the hollywood classic 'Dr.jekyll and Mr. hyde'. One other episode called "chehre pe chehra" again with Javed Khan as the lead on popular demand was telecasted many times over on Zee Cafe. Some other episodes were also inspired from cult Hollywood films like Tehkhana from Evil Dead,Dehshat from Fright Night & Gudiya from Child's Play. Some of the episodes that gained popularity were:
Welcome to the most magnificent pet shop in Chinatown! Operated by the shadowy Count D, the shop specializes in rare and hard to come by pets... but with each sale comes a contract. And if that contract is broken, watch out! Detective Orcott has linked many odd and unexplained deaths to Count D's shop. Will he solve the mystery or fall prey to it?
What could be scarier than going about your daily life and then unexpectedly experiencing a terrifying event? In six episodes, six different events show how real-life horror can suddenly manifest itself in people’s lives.