A young psychiatrist arrives at a mental asylum to be interviewed for a job. He is met by Dr Rutherford who tells him the original head, Dr Starr, has had a mental breakdown and is now one of the patients. But as the former doctor has adopted a different personality, the psychiatrist is asked to figure out which of four patients is actually him or her. If he guesses correctly, he will be considered for the job.
Elizabeth is a young woman doing a study on the interaction between random strangers who visit an internet chatroom called The Den (think early Chatroulette). Things take a horrifying turn when she witnesses a brutal murder. The police don't take it seriously, and assume she is the victim of an online prank. But then someone hacks into her laptop, and bad things begin happening to her close friends and family.
In a derelict, industrial part of town, a young woman finds a red balloon attached to a small box and opens it. And before long she is being pursued through the abandoned buildings by a sinister clown with a gun.
Hill House has a tragic past, is reputed to be haunted, and is standing alone and empty. Dr Markway decides to investigate the building and recruits a psychic, Theodora, and a skeptic (and heir to the property), Luke. He also invites Eleanor - a lonely and insecure woman who has experienced something supernatural in her childhood. As the group experience disturbing paranormal events and learn more about the property's past, they also witness Eleanor's deteriorating mental state as Hill House starts to take over her mind.
How many times have you shouted "Why would you DO that?!" at characters in scary films? Well, this 3-minute short gives us a taste of what could happen if the potential victims actually used common sense and logic. And it's a hoot!
Dr Jekyll is creating "the elixir of life" from the hormones of dead women. Initially he's assisted by the famed duo of Burke & Hare (somehow still alive in the late Victorian era, and for some reason now living in London). But before long he has to find his own victims, and takes to the smoggy streets with his top hat, swishing cloak and bag of sharp implements.
The sequel to Neil Marshall's subterranean horror continues the story exactly where the original left off. Sarah the sole survivor has been found, traumatised, suffering from amnesia, and covered in blood from the other women. The suspicious police decide to send a search party into the cave system - and they're taking Sarah down there with them.
A bunch of forgettable teenage characters are on a detention. As punishment, their teacher (who looks the same age as them) drives them to a creepy, derelict farm that local legend says is haunted. I mean, what could possibly go wrong?