10 American Horror Stories, Vol. 2 [2 Discs] [DVD]

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Midnight's Child
A woman involved in a satanic cult (Olivia D'Abo) is looking for the devil's new bride. She takes a job as a nanny to find the victim. ~ John Bush, Rovi

Bay Coven
This slow-moving occult thriller has Pamela Sue Martin and hubbie Tim Matheson menaced by a coven of witches when they move to an island off the coast of Massachusetts. Director Carl Schenkel -- who went on to make the interesting Knight Moves -- does the best he can with a tedious script and a lot of miscasting, but it doesn't make the movie any more interesting. It looks like a who's who of '80s sitcoms, with Woody Harrelson, Jeff Conaway, and Inga Swenson along for the evil doings, but some viewers will be rolling on the floor when they see Leave It to Beaver's Barbara Billingsley as a 300-year-old witch. The highlight of the film is an exploding church, which may just be loud enough to wake you up so you can rewind the tape. ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi

Haunting of Winchester House
A family working as caretakers at the notorious 160 room mansion discovers the reason it's considered one of the most haunted locations in the world when their daughter is abducted by a malicious entity. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

The Haunting of Fox Hollow Farm
The Cry
Venture capitalist-turned-independent filmmaker Bernadine Santistevan leaves behind the world of high-risk investments to craft this supernatural thriller based on the Latino legend of La Llorona - a Medea-like entity who was said to have drowned her children, and whose lingering grief was so powerful that it transcended death. A young mother (Adriana Dominguez) living in New York City has fallen under the deadly spell of La Llorona, and now as a pair of detectives race (Christian Camargo and Carlos Leon) to solve a recent rash of murders, the woman will be forced to realize her connection to the tragic legend in order to protect her child. Over the course of the past five centuries La Llorona has claimed countless lives, and now in order to break the deadly cycle of vengeance this possessed mother will need to seek the assistance of a powerful witch/curandera (Miriam Colón) who may hold the key to saving her child's life. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Hurt
A grieving family contends with a growing sense of dread after moving to the desert and experiencing a series of tragic, inexplicable accidents. When Robert Coltrane died suddenly, the life his family once knew was forever changed. In an effort to regain some sense of normalcy, his widow Helen (Melora Walters) takes their teenage children Conrad (Jackson Rathbone) and Lenore (Johanna E. Braddy) to live with their reclusive uncle Darryl (William Mapother) in Arizona. But life around William's house is far from normal; not only is the seldom seen uncle something of a gun fanatic, but just as the family is settling in they receive a most unusual visitor. It seems that before Robert died, he agreed to take in Sarah (Sofia Vassilieva), a lovely yet troubled young girl from a particularly unstable background. Shortly after Sarah's arrival, the Coltrane's are plagued by a series of macabre occurrences that seem to have no reasonable explanation. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Room 33
A group of road tripping friends seeks shelter at a derelict mental institution in the deep woods, only to discover that the building is home to mysterious young girl named Roxy whose unsettling presence serves as a harbinger of doom. Later, as the group attempts to unravel the mystery of Roxy, who seems to have weathered years of abuse, a mysterious killer begins hunting them from the darkness. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

The Cellar Door
A psychopath consumed by a twisted love sets out to find the perfect girl, piece by bloody piece, in director Matt Zittell's unrelenting psychological horror film. Herman is a serial killer whose fixation on finding the woman of his dreams has turned deadly, and Rudy is the girl who just might fit the bill. When Herman locks Rudy in a cramped wooden box deep in his cellar, the only way for the frightened prisoner to escape is to match wits with her captor by entering into a morbid series of mind games. Should she fail, she will most certainly die, but even if she lives she will likely never be the same again. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Night Scream
In this made-for-TV movie, a young woman (Candace Cameron Bure) moves to a small town that was rocked by a shocking murder a year before, in which a teenage girl was killed. The woman is told that she bears a striking resemblance to the victim, and as coincidence would have it, she begins having strange and troubling dreams about a violent attack that closely parallels the previous crime. As the girl begins sharing the details of her dreams with the police, the killers plot to kill her, fearful that she will be able to expose them as the killers. Nightscream also features Terri Garr, Ned Vaughn, and Casper Van Dien. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Grave Secrets: The Legacy of Hilltop Drive
In this bizarre thriller, based on a true story, a family moves into their dream house and are appalled to discover that they are not alone when strange things begin to happen. It soon becomes apparent that the special tenants are angry spirits out to destroy the family and their neighbors who have built their homes on top of a graveyard. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

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