After Dark Horrorfest 4 [8 Discs] [DVD]

Experience the terror of the After Dark Horror Fest 4 in this movie box set featuring eight films to die for. Includes Dread, The Final, The Graves, Hidden, Kill Theory, Lake Mungo, The Reeds, and Zombies of Mass Destruction.
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Lake Mungo
Shortly after the mysterious death of sixteen year old Alice Palmer, her family summons a psychic and a parapsychologist into their home and discovers that the secretive teen had been leading a double life. Alice was swimming in a local dam when she drowned tragically. Later, after her body is recovered and the coroner issues a verdict of accidental death, Alice is laid to rest and her family returns home to grieve in peace. The Palmer's mournful silence is short-lived, however, when a series of strange occurrences in and around their home leaves them convinced that they are experiencing something supernatural. Seeking the advice of a psychic and a parapsychologist, who reveals that Alice had been keeping some profound secrets from her friends and family, the Palmers travel to Lake Mungo and begin unraveling the mystery of the troubled adolescent's double life. A faux-documentary shot in the style of The Blair Witch Project and Diary of the Dead, Lake Mungo proves that the mysteries of the living don't lie silent with the deceased. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

The Graves
Brian Pulido's The Graves follows the exploits of Megan and Abby Graves, two pop-culture-obsessed sisters who stumble upon a haunted mine during their visit to the kitschy tourist trap known as Skull City Mine. Now they will need to be there for each other in order to make it home alive. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

Hidden
Following a bizarre accident on a desert road and an odd encounter with another boy about the same age, KK (Kristoffer Joner) returns to his hometown after a long period of estrangement. It's a cozy yet slightly spooky place, a rural locale with a massive waterfall, surrounded by a daunting forest, and filled with unpleasant memories: the memory of the abusive mother who practically drove KK away, and who is now mercifully dead. In her will, she left KK a home in the heart of the woods; entering the house and coming face-to-face with disturbing memories conjures up torrents of evil that lurk inside of KK - malice that he suppressed for years but that now manifests itself with devastating force. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi

Kill Theory
Feast producer Chris Moore makes his feature directorial debut with this shocker concerning a group of vacationing college graduates who become the unwilling participants in a sadistic game of kill or be killed. Having just completed their finals and received their diplomas, a small group of recent college graduates decide to celebrate their accomplishment by taking a trip to a secluded cabin in the woods. Just as they're settling in for the time of their lives, however, a violent psychopath arrives to inform them that they are now all contestants on a vicious game of survival. The rules are simple: kill all of your friends, and the last person left standing is the winner. As the reality of their grim situation slowly sinks in, the tensions ramps up and relationships between old friends start to buckle under the weight of fear. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Dread
Three college students producing a documentary on the true nature of fear are slowly drawn into a world of nightmares when one member of the group begins exploiting the phobias of his fellow participants in hopes of seeking salvation from his own dark obsession. Shaun Evans, Jackson Rathbone, Hanne Steen, and Laura Donnelly star in a film from writer/director Anthony Diblasi. Based on an original short story by horror icon Clive Barker. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction
A small town wrestling with xenophobia is forced to open its collective mind in order to ward off a pack of brain-champing ghouls in this horror-comedy from writer and director Kevin Hamedani. It's 2003, America has invaded Iraq, and Port Gamble, Washington is a town in the Pacific Northwest that's fallen on hard times; fishing in the nearby harbor has dried up, local businesses are closing, and a lot of folks in town are looking for someone to blame for their troubles. Frida (Janette Armand), a college student of Middle Eastern descent, has come home for the summer to work in her dad's diner, and has to deal with narrow-minded locals who foolishly suspect she might be a terrorist. Meanwhile, Tom (Doug Fahl), who left Port Gamble years before, is wary about returning to visit his mother; Tom is gay, and has come home to tell his mom about his sexual orientation and introduce her to his boyfriend Lance (Cooper Hopkins). However, Frida's work behind the counter and Tom's revelation to his family take a back seat when a pack of hungry, flesh-eating zombies invade Port Gamble, and the most narrow-minded members of the community are forced to throw in their lot with some folks they're not sure they trust to fight off the undead mob. ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction was an official selection at the 2009 Seattle International Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

The Final
A suicidal high school outcast plots with his misfit friends to seek vengeance against the popular kids who revel in making their lives a living hell. Taking his cue from the Han Dynasty and a steady diet of sadistic horror films, Dane plans a party his tormentors will never forget. When the targeted teen inherits a secluded lake house from his late uncle, he recruits fellow rejects Jack, Ravi, Andy, and Emily in throwing a party that no bully will walk away from unscarred. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

The Reeds
A group of vacationing twenty-somethings are terrorized by a mysterious predator during a weekend boating excursion into the Norfolk Broads. Lost in the endless miles of winding waterways, the few remaining survivors must fight for their lives while attempting to find their way back to civilization. Nick Cohen and Christopher Baker team up to direct a rural horror shocker released as part of the fourth annual AfterDark Horrorfest. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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