- SKU: 3496118
- Release Date: 10/04/2011
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Ratings & Reviews
A man discovers a newspaper that predicts the future in an unsettling manner in this thriller from Japan. Hideki Satomi (Hiroshi Mikami) is traveling with his wife and daughter when he has to stop to use a pay phone. While waiting, he finds a clipping from a newspaper, which features an obituary -- only the death notice tells of the passing of his young daughter. Only a few minutes later, an accident has claimed his child's life just as described in the obituary. Years later, Satomi is still reeling from the loss of his daughter, and as he slowly loses hold of his sanity, he begins to find other news clippings which foretell the deaths of other friends and family, and he becomes desperate to change their future before it's too late. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
A beautiful-but-loony tunes insane asylum inmate thinks she's the reincarnated soul mate of a deranged 19th century serial killer who happens to live in modern times in the guise of her psychiatrist -- how handy. Agnes Thatcher (Patsy Kensit) uses her extraordinary sensuality -- not to mention her ruthless bloodthirstiness -- to break free in a bloody spree to find Dr. Campbell (Patrick Muldoon) when the doctor leaves for a quiet seaside vacation with his wife (Amy Locane) and young daughter. ~ Buzz McClain, Rovi
Dracula: The Dark Prince
This historical adventure takes the actual figure of Vlad Tepes (also known as Vlad the Impaler), long believed to be the originator of the Dracula legend, and places him in a sweeping adventure. Vlad Dracula (Rudolph Martin) and his brother, Radu (Michael Sutton), take different paths in life after their father refuses to kowtow to the Turkish sultan that occupies their beloved Romania. With the help of a Hungarian army and a slave named Bruno, Vlad succeeds in regaining control of Romania. Even the love of the Hungarian king's daughter cannot stop Vlad from becoming a power-hungry despot who warns off enemies by impaling a ghastly number of victims on tall spikes that surround the castle. Soon his dictatorship is under threat from an army led by his brother. This film debuted on the USA cable network. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
Frost: Portrait of a Vampire
Kevin VanHook directs Gary Busey in the horror film Frost: Portrait of a Vampire. Jonathan Frost and Nat McKenzie, a pair of hired guns, travel on an assignment to the Middle East. While there, Frost is bitten by something called the Vampire Demon. After they make their way back home to the States, Frost begins to transform. While he becomes more physically powerful, he also begins to realize that people around him are turning up dead. His old compatriot may be the only person on Earth who can stop him. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Maki Horikita
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