Vampires are having trouble surviving in a world whose life giving blood supply has become polluted by drugs and STDs. They have become a desperate species of mutated semi humans fighting amongst themselves for the remaining humans who have pure blood. On their trail is a cowboy hat wearing samurai sword wielding vampire killing priest (Tim Thomerson) with a personal agenda. Also crossing their path is a blood pusher Max (Ken Foree) who has the answer to what 'Live Evil' is truly about. It's a twisty, violent, bloody, dangerous and sometimes darkly absurd journey into a unique take on the world of bloodsuckers.
The plot is based on a true story that happened in the late 40's in a small village in Uruguay. The film focuses on Laura, who, second by second, intends to leave a house which hides an obscure secret, unharmed. Laura and her father Wilson settle down in a cottage they have to renew since its owner will soon put the house up for sale. They will spend the night there and repair the following morning. Everything seems to go smoothly until Laura hears a sound that comes from outside and gets louder and louder on the upper floor of the house. Wilson goes up to see what is going on while she remains downstairs on her own, waiting for her father to come down.
When Adam is invited by a beautiful, confident older woman he has just met to accompany her to a lavish party in the country he knows he is going to have the best night of his life.
That night, exhilarated by the sexual chemistry they share, and the highly charged sex they have just had, Alice and Adam speed away from the party down a wooded and desolate road in Alice's fast car. In a moment of distraction, their attention fixed on each other rather than the road, a fateful collision occurs which catapults them both into the path of a most vicious and brutal attack, the consequences of which leave them emotionally and physically scarred.
A dark and intensely disturbing horror/thriller, STRAIGHTHEADS exudes moments of eroticism fused with barbaric events that lead Alice and Adam into a spiral of violence for the sake of their own self-preservation.
On the full moon of the seventh lunar month, the gates of hell open and the spirits of the dead are freed to roam among the living” – Chinese myth.Seventh Moon opens with Melissa (Amy Smart, STARSHIP TROOPERS, BUTTERFLY EFFECT, MIRRORS) and Yul (Tim Chiou) enjoying the first days of their Honeymoon on vacation in China. Yul is an American of Chinese descent, but only has a marginal grasp of the language and culture. He convinced Melissa, however, to forego the tropics for a more adventurous honeymoon: a guided tour of China during the Seventh Moon ghost festival. By the looks on their faces, they made the right choice. Good food, good shopping and a fantastic celebration of Chinese culture replete with music, dancing, drinking and elaborate parades and ceremonial offerings. If you look beyond their happy faces to the corners of the frame, however, you notice that perhaps the Americans are not as welcome as they feel. They are a bit too loud and tipsy for what is clearly a sacred event. Disrespect at a shrine ends in angry glances. An inappropriate loud joke results in a harsh barking rebuke. The tone of unease is subtle but undeniable.Intoxicated and exhausted, the newlyweds climb into their chartered taxi and drift off to sleep en route to Yul’s grandmother’s house in rural Axian. When they awake, their driver has abandoned them in the middle of nowhere and very strange stirrings are audible in the fields near the road.
Demon possession, devilish cheerleaders, and Satanic rock stars are all on the chopping block with this horror comedy from the production team behind Juno. Screenwriter Diablo Cody provides the script, with producing duties handled by Jason Reitman and Dan Dubiecki. The story centers on an impish high-school student (Amanda Seyfried) who has to protect her town against her best friend, Jennifer (Megan Fox), who after being bedeviled by an evil rock band, develops a taste for human flesh. Girlfight's Karyn Kusama directs the Fox Atomic production.