Four sexy college coeds take a weekend job cleaning what they soon find to be a haunted house as a killer cartoon comes to life.
A new sorority fixes up an old farmhouse only to discover too late that it was the site of a leprechaun attack 25 years ago and the creature is awake and wants it’s gold by any means necessary.
A man wins a mansion (and a curse) in a poker game and now he and his family must deal with a demonic jester who is out to kill them all.
A college student inherits his family’s mansion and discovers his father’s satanic past and attempts to follow in his footsteps. Also there are ugly creatures in the film.
Bill Paxton plays a yuppie office worker who purchases a home in a not-so-great neighborhood. The vagrant squatting in his house is driven out but makes it his business to turn the yuppie’s life into a living hell.
Partying in the mountains of Norway, a group of students find some Nazi booty which has the odd effect of re-animating the corpses of the Nazis that rightfully stole that loot in the first place and they want it all back.
A spirit of someone accidentally killed years ago dresses up as a burger restaurant’s mascot and seeks revenge on the children of the people responsible for his death. Or something like that. It’s most definitely not just someone killing people in a restaurant.
Strange things are afoot at the Millennium Building where someone or something seems to have taken control of the buildings’ elevators and killing anyone it wants. A sentient killer elevator movie? Wow…
A coward captain is exiled to a far off outpost to be part of a skeleton crew for the winter but soon the fort is picked off by a gluttonous cannibal who just wants to eat everybody.
Based off the comic of the same name, gay detective Luigi Macaroni is on a personal vendetta to find out who’s behind the killer condoms that bite off the penises of the men that wear them. Whaaaaa?