Movies on the Big Screen as They Were Meant To Be Seen.
Dir: Francis Ford Coppola
Director Francis Ford Coppola’s low-budget feature debut was one of the few pictures to effectively meld a contemporary PSYCHO-type scenario with Gothic horror motifs. When John dies of a heart attack, his wife Louise (Luana Anders) knows she won’t get any part of his mother’s inheritance if the family finds out he’s dead. She travels to the family castle in Ireland to finagle her way into a fortune, but must deal with John’s artist brother (William Campbell), his new wife (Mary Mitchel), younger brother Billy (Bart Patton) and a still-alive matriarch. Then someone starts chopping people up with an ax! Fast-moving, with a memorably great score by Ronald Stein and an uncredited Les Baxter. Produced by Roger Corman. “Francis Ford Coppola's first mainstream feature…is a little gem of Gothic horror, stylishly helmed on a shoestring budget.” - TV Guide
Dir: Ernest R. Dickerson
The popular HBO horror series brings its distinctive mix of thrills and laughs to the big screen (along with plenty of gore). William Sadler stars as a man who stumbles into a remote town one step ahead of The Collector (Billy Zane, simply amazing), a demonic entity trying to lay hands on a key possessing universal power. With Jada Pinkett Smith and Thomas Haden Church.
Dir: Zack Parker
Expectant mother Esther (Alexia Rasmussen) withdraws from the world after she is assaulted by a hooded stranger. A friendly neighbor (Alexa Havins) coaxes her back to normalcy - until Esther makes a shocking discovery. Packed with plot twists and characters that are never quite what you think them to be, PROXY is a thrill ride through “… a sadistically unstable world, one in which you feel anything could happen at any moment. And it does.” - Michael Lerman, Fantastic Fest