Exorcist: House of Evil

Exorcist: House of Evil, Full Movie 1h29m, Released 2016

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Kings of Horror presents Exorcist: House of Evil, based on a true story, shot in the real Exorcist House. During filming both audible and visible paranormal activity was captured. In Exorcist: House of Evil, a young woman returns to her old family home, the site of an infamous exorcism and discovers the devil never left.

A unique look into one of the most infamous homes in America and possibly exposing them to the devil still lurking within.

Armynel

Armynel, Full Movie 1h14m, Released 2012

For Savannah, a personal assistant at a law office struggling with a dark secret, bad dreams soon become nightmares and then progress to hallucinations. Finally, she can’t take it anymore and decides to tell her girlfriend Felicia. Felicia tries to help by introducing her to psychiatrist Doctor Dale. As she begins her hypnosis therapy sessions and her dark secrets come to light, tragedies begin happening around Savannah and all the signs point to her being the suspect.

After you watch the film, be sure to check out our previously published review of Armynel.

Animus

Animus, Full Movie 1h20m, Released 2013

Maya convinces her four film student pals to travel to an old mining town deep in Southern Arizona to document paranormal activity at the creepy, abandoned Copper Queen hospital. Before its decline and closure, the hospital was considered the best facility in the state. Since then, it has only brought shame to the dwindling community. The students begin by interviewing the townspeople, receiving mixed impressions until a local store owner urges them to seek out Mrs. Campbell, a long time townie and former nurse at the Copper Queen. If there’s any information about the hospital, she would have it. At Mrs. Campbell’s home the students are captivated by the shocking truth surrounding the hospital’s decline and embark on a horrific journey that would lead them to the shocking cruelty and neglect the hospital housed behind hidden doors for many years…

…hint: his name isn’t Animus.

Hayride

Hayride, Full Movie 1h33m, Released 2012

The very best horror movies take something that is slightly scary and turn the fright knob up to eleven. Think of the famous Halloween franchise, as a kid Halloween is slightly scary, but if there were masked, invincible killers stalking your neighborhood, it’d be utterly frightening. Recall the ever-current Friday the 13th franchise: kids away from home for the first time at summer camp, sure that was a little scary when you were 12, add in a masked, invincible killer stalking your summer camp, again utterly frightening.

So here we have Terron R. Parsons’ take on that angle: a fellow is home for fall break from college with his sweetheart and invites her along on a slightly spooky nighttime hayride. This time an escaped, masked killer happens to be on the loose and brings a childhood legend to life: PITCHFORK. The world’s angriest hayride patron, determined to make everyone pay…

…with their lives.

No Tell Motel

No Tell Motel, Full Movie 1h23m, Released 2012

If there is anything creepier than an abandoned motel in the middle of nowhere, the filmmakers responsible for No Tell Motel couldn’t think of it. Their vision of such a place obviously includes a malevolent, supernatural force patiently biding its time at the motel until a group of unsuspecting friends (with very poor navigational abilities) get stranded when their RV breaks down.

Obviously they have no choice but to spend the night in the creepy motel; and when they do, secrets are revealed and the angry, restless spirits take vengeance upon the living.