Three thugs commandeer a couple of cars on a moving train and spread terror among the passengers.
Three armed men take over a private railroad car, determined to rob and kill the passengers.
Terrorists hold a group of people hostage during a Millenium Eve party aboard the Orient Express. Only an action movie star and a gymnast can save them.
A chilling anthology series featuring stories of people in terrifying situations inspired by true historical events.
Five teenage girls obey a strange mobile application called TERROR.APP. The app forces them to be in an abandoned place with the appearance of having been the scene of a crime. Once on the site, everyone must tell a scary story they have experienced. All the stories start from a premise that enhances a real fear that any teenager can have in their day to day. Fear of excesses, to return home alone, to social media haters, to lose control or to be alone at home.
Documentary series that examines the Jonestown Massacre 40 years later.
Investigate paranormal encounters in the wild. From gator hunting in Louisiana to ice fishing in Illinois, these are the real-life stories of people who embarked on an outdoors adventure, only to be scared out of the woods by ghosts, monsters, and other unexplained phenomena.
Surviving Terror is an urban survival guide hosted by former Navy SEAL officer Cade Courtley. The series vividly takes viewers through catastrophic scenarios and arms them with the knowledge needed to survive the unthinkable.
Who are the men and women who bring bloody death to innocent civilians? Why do they do it? What are their methods? And how do they justify it?
Terror on the Streets is an online web series, originally published on HornBlasters.com in June of 2005, featuring various air horn and public address pranks. In the series, unsuspecting pedestrians are caught being startled with air horns, gentlemen's club patrons are taunted, and even police officers are caught off guard. This web series reached its peak popularity in the Summer of 2006 and helped promote public interest in air horn upgrades for vehicles.
In an alternate version of the present, Tokyo has been decimated by a shocking terrorist attack, and the only hint to the identity of the culprit is a bizarre video uploaded to the internet. The police, baffled by this cryptic clue, are powerless to stop the paranoia spreading across the population. While the world searches for a criminal mastermind to blame for this tragedy, two mysterious children - children who shouldn't even exist - masterfully carry out their heinous plan. Cursed to walk through this world with the names Nine and Twelve, the two combine to form "Sphinx," a clandestine entity determine to wake the people from their slumber - and pull the trigger on this world.
Peter Taylor explores the impact and legacy of four major acts of terror from the last 30 years
Caved In: Prehistoric Terror is a 2006 "Sci-Fi Original" motion picture, created by the Sci-Fi channel. It follows a party of tourists who become trapped underground by a cave-in, and who are then killed one by one by giant prehistoric rhinoceros beetles. The movie is infamous for its not-so-subtle "kill lines". These kill lines are lines said by actors right before they are killed, essentially telling the viewer how they will be killed; e.g. right before getting one's head sliced open, one would say: "Argh, I have a splitting headache!" The film is one of many Sci-Fi originals that focuses on being trapped in a confined area while being hunted by mutated species.
A two-part look at the evolution of terrorism and the response to it in a post-9/11 world.
The inside story of the intelligence war which has been fought against Al Qaeda since 9/11.
Masters of Horror is an informal social group of international film writers and directors specializing in horror movies and an American television series created by director Mick Garris for the Showtime cable network.