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  • The Darkness (PG-13)

    Kevin Bacon and Radha Mitchell star in this horror flick about a family returning from vacation who are followed by an ancient, evil spirit. more...
  • Deliver Us From Evil
  • Deliver Us From Evil (R)

    In this Exorcist knockoff, Eric Bana plays a lapsed Catholic policeman who rediscovers his faith while investigating a series of crimes whose perpetrators are all possessed by the devil. more...
  • Devil's Due (R)

    Newlyweds from the U.S. are drugged and abducted while honeymooning in Santo Domingo; upon returning home, the wife (Allison Miller) discovers she's expecting and the husband (Zach Gilford) plans to capture the pregnancy on video, but a string of disturbing events reveals their baby to be Satan's spawn. more...
  • Dark Shadows (PG-13)

    Tim Burton is like a billionaire fanboy who buys Bela Lugosi's Dracula cape: he has a perfect right to it, but that doesn't mean it looks good on him. more...
  • Detention (R)

    Frantically paced, brutally overlit, and jammed with hyper-glib dialogue, this ham-fisted high school satire manages the neat trick of being more unbearable than high school itself. more...
  • The Devil Inside (R)

    Almost competent but not quite watchable, this cheapie horror item blatantly steals from The Exorcist and The Blair Witch Project then cheapens its models by tying them to a reality-TV plot structure. more...
  • Don't Be Afraid of the Dark (R)

    A little girl (Bailee Madison), sent to live with her father (Guy Pearce) and his new girlfriend (Katie Holmes) in an old, dark house, discovers that the basement is inhabited by murderous little creatures visible only to her. more...
  • Dead Snow (R)

    A coed group of Norwegian medical students arrives at a cabin near the giant Oksfjordjokelen glacier, hoping to ride snowmobiles and get laid, but their holiday fun is spoiled by zombie storm troopers left over from the Nazi occupation. more...
  • Doghouse (NR)

    If the men's movement ever bankrolled a midnight movie, it might turn out like this UK horror comedy by Jake West (Razor Blade Smile). more...