Here's another multi film collection from Mill Creek Entertainment. Where Evil Lies has got 6 movies on 2 discs. That's a better average than most of the discs in MCE's library. Currently this set is $6.25 on Amazon, I picked on up for 3 bucks in the HPB clearance section. Here's what's on there.
Devour 2005 This is about a dangerous magical video game that could kill everyone on the planet. It could be the devil. It could have been more interesting but it wasn't.
Population 436 2006 Jeremy Sisto comes along to a town that has certain rules about the population. They want him to stay and he doesn't. It's a pretty creepy place, glad I'm not living there.
Candy Strippers 2006 It's an alien invasion in a hospital with all the nursing staff and doctors being taken over by alien parasites. It's up to some young people to fight back. Not too good, it scores a well deserved 3 on the IMDb. It could be lower. It could have been higher if they had more nudity and gore but it wouldn't help the story or much of anything else.
Incubus 2005 Tara Reid and some pals have accident on a lonely road. They wander through the woods until they find a facility. They break in and discover a couple of dead people in lab coats. They unlock the security cell of a nearly naked man, he's strapped to a chair. Turns out that nearly naked guy is a psycho killer who had been executed 6 years earlier. It's all running and screaming once he gets out. Oh, yeah, he's some sort of demon too. Poor saps, sad for them. Sad for me, it's another one that's below average. I kind of blasted through the last half pretty quickly.
Wind Chill 2007 Emily Blunt is a collage student returning to her home town, she gets a ride from a guy in one of her classes, he takes a short cut and they break down and meet some ghosts. Bad shit happened at their accident site in the 50s and it doesn't seem to want to leave. There's the most walking around in the woods I've seen in a while. Another candidate for the FF button.
The Cottage 2008 This is the best film in the batch. I'd seen it before and enjoyed it a second time. Andy Serkis and Steve Pemberton are involved in a kidnapping that goes wrong for them. Their pain is my gain. The more they get hurt the harder I giggle. It's well worth the cost of the DVD set.
Better than many of the multi movie packs that I pick up. I'll keep it, I keep most of the multi movie packs I buy, as I want to watch The Cottage again some day.