Some new additions and bring-backs!
Kickboxer (1989) – When kickboxing champ Eric Sloane is crippled in the ring by the evil Tong Po, Eric’s younger brother, Kurt, seeks vengeance.
Kickboxer 2 (1991) – In this rousing sequel to Kickboxer, Tong Po is brooding about his defeat at the hands — and feet — of Kurt Sloane. So, Po and his managers resort to drastic measures to goad Kurt’s brother, David, into the ring so Po can regain his honor.
Kickboxer 3: The Art of War (1992) – Kickboxing champion David Sloan and his trainer, Xian, race to rescue a kidnapped girl from the clutches of a sex-slave trader.
Kickboxer 4: The Aggressor (1994) – Imprisoned for a crime he did not commit, street fighter David Sloan bargains for his freedom by helping authorities track down villain Tong Po.
Redemption: Kickboxer 5 (1995) – A retired kickboxer vows to avenge the death of a young fighter murdered by a South African millionaire who runs an underworld tournament.
The Others (2001) – While awaiting the return of her soldier husband from World War II, a devout Christian mother of two begins to suspect the family house is haunted.
Out of the Dark (2014) – A young couple and their daughter relocate to a small town in Colombia to take over the wife’s family business, but they’re haunted in their new home.
The Burbs (1989) – When secretive new neighbors move in next door, suburbanite Ray lets his paranoia get the best of him as he suspects the newcomers of evildoings.
R.L. Stine’s Mostly Ghostly (2008) – After discovering a pair of young ghosts, a nebbish 11-year-old agrees to help the sibling spirits solve the mystery surrounding their demise.
R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: Don’t Think About It (2007) – This spooky, family-friendly tale follows a teen who struggles to fit in at her new school and lashes out by playing wicked pranks on the cool kids.
Pet Sematary (1989) – Louis finds a burial ground that brings the dead back to life — yet with an added streak of evil. Tragedy soon forces Louis to use the site’s powers.
Pet Sematary 2 (1992) – When Chase and his son, Jeff, move to a different town, Jeff befriends an outcast named Drew, and the two discover a strange Indian burial ground.
Dead Snow (2009) – A group of friends gets the scariest history lesson of their lives during a weekend getaway, where the party is interrupted by Nazi zombies.
Apocalypse Now (1979) – During the Vietnam War, Capt. Willard is sent to Cambodia on a top-secret mission to terminate Col. Kurtz, who’s gone completely insane.
Apocalypse Now Redux (2001) – The reedit of this Vietnam War epic that follows an Army captain’s search for a renegade colonel features new footage and a fade-to-black ending.
Something Wild (1986) – The boring life of a businessman suddenly changes when free-spirited Audrey “kidnaps” him for a weekend trip and they pose as a married couple.
Kiss the Girls (1997) – A forensic psychologist teams up with an escaped kidnapping victim to hunt down a serial killer who abducts and dominates strong-willed women.
The Island of Dr. Moreau: The Director’s Cut (1977) – A shipwrecked sailor washes up on a mysterious island that’s inhabited by a mad scientist and the ghastly remains of his failed experiments.
Kidnapped (2010) – On the day they move into a new house, a Madrid couple and their daughter become the targets of a brutal home invasion by a trio of masked criminals.
Troll (1986) – A wizard who’s been transformed into a troll attacks the residents of an apartment building, seeking a ring that will make him human again.
Troll 2 (1990) – While vacationing in a strange isolated town, a young boy must save his family from an unsavory end at the hands of sinister goblins.
Repo! The Genetic Opera (2008) – A biotech company saves mankind with synthetic replacements for failed organs. But those who default on their new organs are subject to repossession.
The Escape Artist (1982) – Danny Masters, a minor league Houdini-esque escape artist, boasts to local cops that he can free himself from prison within one hour.
The Aviator (2004) – Leonardo DiCaprio portrays eccentric tycoon Howard Hughes, who turned a small fortune into a massive one by building Hollywood and aviation empires.
Dragon Eyes (2012) – A newcomer with superior martial arts skills steps in to help the terrorized residents of a neighborhood taken over by feuding drug kingpins.
A Night At the Roxbury (1998) – After a run-in with Richard Grieco, dimwits Doug and Steve gain entry to a swanky nightclub in this comedy based on a “Saturday Night Live” sketch.