The Unborn (2009) PG-13
Tortured by frightening dreams at night and the ghost of a young boy during the day, young Casey (Odette Yustman) turns to a spiritual adviser (Gary Oldman) for help. Together, the two uncover and try to stop a powerful family curse dating back to the Nazi era. David S. Goyer writes and directs this supernatural thriller that also stars Cam Gigandet, Meagan Good and Jane Alexander.
Night Train (2009) R
A med student (Leelee Sobieski), a salesman (Steve Zahn) and a train conductor (Danny Glover) become unlikely allies when a passenger dies on their night train, leaving behind a fortune in diamonds. Deciding to dump the body and split the loot, the trio embarks on a gruesome mission. Disposing of the corpse, however, proves to be tricky, and the conspirators become increasingly fearful of one another in this Brian King-helmed action thriller.
One Missed Call 3: Final Chakushin Ari Saishusho (2006) NR
Terror rings again in the third installment of this supernatural horror franchise. Cell phone calls from the future forecast the death of each person who answers, but this time around, the potential victims get a chance to spare their own lives. But there’s a catch: They have to forward the cursed messages to someone else. The terror begins when a student on a school trip receives a phone call … from a dead classmate.
This one comes from the UK, its not a remake or a Hollywood rip of some Asian film, so it already has that going for it.
Dead Wood (2007) R
An inexorable force wants four friends dead and is bent on revealing numerous foreboding omens to let them know. Their wilderness weekend camping trip is about to get even creepier when they meet Ketsy (Nina Kwok), who suddenly appears. Co-starring Fergus March, Emily Juniper, John Samuel Worsey and Rebecca Craven, this well-crafted, special effects-filled British horror movie rises above its common premise to deliver truly frightening chills.
This movie is really a great movie, and dare I say it almost as good as the FIRST Lost Boys, but being that it came out the same year, it got crushed by the hotness that was a young Kiefer Sutherland, aka Hot Mugshot.
Near Dark (1987) R
In the dusty heart of the American southwest, innocent country boy Caleb (Adrian Pasdar) is seduced by a beautiful girl (Jenny Wright) into joining a pack of vicious drifters. But this is no ordinary band of outlaws, and Caleb is soon trapped in a nightmarish world of soulless evil and hellish mayhem that thrives on blood and absolute horror. This extraordinary shocker is one of the most ferociously original vampire movies of our generation.