Six people play to survive in Escape Room: Tournament of Champions Extended Cut with 25 new minutes and an alternate beginning and end.
In 2007, the Braley family decided to rescue an abandoned Civil War Era home in Saginaw, Michigan. Almost immediately, strange occurrences began taking place within the manor. Disembodied voices, footsteps and the shocking appearance of a full body apparition would change everything. Bewildered and frightened, the family calls in a team of paranormal investigators in an attempt to save their home.
Lucas and Chloe, two passionate gamers, decide to participate in Paranoia, a very exclusive escape game. Based in a remote, abandoned mental hospital, they find four other participants waiting to play. They soon realize that only one of them will make it out alive.
A construction group visits the beautiful and remote island of Saipan to search for a new resort location. As they find what they think is the perfect spot, they discover a forgotten Japanese bunker from WW2. While exploring the cryptic remains, they uncover a dark evil that lies beneath the surface. An evil that forces each member to face their darkest secrets and may very well be death itself.
For the first time you will SEE the activity... When a new family moves into a familiar house, they discover a mysterious video camera that reveals the presence of a demonic threat and soon find themselves terrorized by an ancient evil.
In 2009, Cleveland police discovered the bodies of eleven women decomposing in the house and yard of known sex offender Anthony Sowell. With unprecedented access to the surviving victims, "Unseen" tells a chilling story about the invisibility of women on the margins of society and raises troubling questions as to why this killing spree went unnoticed for so long.
In Escape Room, starring Skeet Ulrich ("Scream," The CW's "Riverdale"), Sean Young ("The Alienist," "Blade Runner 2049") and Randy Wayne (ABC Family's "The Lying Game," "Hellraiser: Judgement") four friends partake in a popular escape room horror attraction only to find themselves stuck with a demonic killer. They have one hour to escape the room...ALIVE!
Vito Russp was one of the most outspoken activists in the LGBT community. His book The Celluloid Closet explored the ways in which gays and lesbians were portrayed on film and how those negative images were at the root of society's homophobia.
When a new family moves into a familiar home, they discover a mysterious camera that reveals the presence of a demonic threat and soon find themselves terrorized by an ancient evil. Prepare to SEE the activity for the first time in this new UNRATED cut.