A serial killer is purposely released from an asylum for the criminally insane so that he can continue his rampage.
Deep Blue Sea is a 1999 American science-fiction horror film directed by Renny Harlin. It stars Saffron Burrows, Thomas Jane, Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Rapaport, and LL Cool J. Two direct-to-video sequels followed in 2018 and 2020.
Cinematographic adaptation of the Baztán Trilogy novels by Spanish writer Dolores Redondo.
The Swan Princess Series is based upon the folk tale and ballet, Swan Lake. The story is transformed into a playfully fun adventure with exciting music, lovable forest friends, and of course, the handsome Prince Derek. The first movie is a 1994 American animated musical fantasy film. The film has been followed by seven direct-to-video sequels and is the only film of the series to be theatrical.
A horror film series focusing on a tribe of feral cannibals living in the forests and caves surrounding the small coastal town of Dead River, Maine. Based on characters created by Jack Ketchum in his novels "Off Season" (1980), "Offspring" (1991) and "The Woman" (2010, co-authored with Lucky McKee, director of the film version), and his short story "Winter Child" (1998).
The "Whispering Corridors" series (Korean title "Yeogo goedam" lit. translation "Girl's High School") uses an all girl's high school as the backdrop for each of its films. Characters, setting, and stories are different for each of the films released under the "Whispering Corridors" title.
A series of action and war films that feature the United States Armed Forces. The series portrays MGySgt. Thomas Beckett and GySgt. Brandon Beckett in their service to the United States Marine Corps as Force Reconnaissance Scout Snipers.