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A spine-chilling compendium of creepy horror movies comprising:

Creep (Dir. Christopher Smith, 2004): Trapped in a London subway station, a woman who's being pursued by a potential attacker heads into the unknown labyrinth of tunnels beneath the city's streets.

28 Days Later (Dir. Danny Boyle, 2002): Four weeks after a mysterious, incurable virus spreads throughout the UK, a handful of survivors try to find sanctuary.

Blair Witch Project (Dir. Daniel Myrick & Eduardo Sanchez, 1999): Follows a trio of filmmakers on what should have been a simple walk in the woods, but quickly becomes an excursion into heart stopping terror.

The Omen (Dir. Richard Donner, 1976): An American ambassador learns to his horror that his son is actually the literal Antichrist.

Dog Soldiers (Dir. Neil Marshall, 2002): A visceral horror about a squad of British soldiers on a routine training exercise in the wilds of Scotland. Their greatest worry is missing the football until they stumble upon Captain Ryan - the sole survivor of a Special Operations team literally torn to pieces. Ryan refuses to reveal the secret of his mission even though whoever (or wahtever) ate his men is keen for second helpings....

From Hell (Dir. Albert Hughes and Allen Hughes, 2001): In Victorian era London, a troubled clairvoyant police detective investigates the murders by Jack the Ripper.

Deathwatch (Dir. Michael J. Bassett, 2002): In the height of WW1, the few survivors of an English regiment, trapped behind enemy lines, take refuge in a deserted German trench, waiting for their rescue. When no help arrives one by one they begin to suffer mysterious and gruesome fates. Slowly a terror beyond all human understanding is unleashed...

Wrong Turn (Dir. Rob Schmidt, 2003): Six people find themselves trapped in the woods of West Virginia, hunted down by cannibalistic mountain men grossly disfigured through generations of inbreeding.

Jeepers Creepers 2 (Dir. Victor Salva, 2003): Set a few days after the original, a championship basketball team's bus is attacked by The Creeper, the winged, flesh eating terror.

The Sin Eater (DIr. Brian Helgeland, 2003): Alex Bernier (Heath Ledger) is a member of an arcane order of priests known as Carolingians. When the head of the order dies, Alex is sent to Rome to investigate mysterious circumstances surrounding the death and soon finds himself plunged into the heart of a mystery...
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#1
Well worth getting if you like your horror films and don't have any of the films in the list (sadly I already have a few).
#2
Not a bad price for 10 films but ultimate horror? 2 decent horror films out of the lot although a couple of funnies in there.
#3
Thanks for this, just brought one for my father in law for christmas!!!
#4
good set good price. Should of had JC1 not 2 I think but some good watching in there.
#5
Ooh I went to the cinema to see Deathwatch, it stunk out the place, nearly walked out halfway through but I stayed because I hadn't finished my popcorn ;)

28 Days, Dog Soldiers and The Omen are great films but I've heard From Hell is ruined by the bad accents?

A good collection if you don't have the 3 stand out ones as they're worth £14.99 alone.
#6
At £1.50 minus quidco each it seems silly not to get this. That's my brothers xmas sorted. Thanks!
#7
Great deal...vote hot...but the horror genre is seriously lacking these days, can only think of a few that we're up to scratch, JC, Saw, 28 days later, all diluted by sequels though

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