Horror Collection: Volume 2 - British, DVD

Horror Collection: Volume 2 - British DVD

Directed by Edward Boase


Triple bill of British horrors. In 'The Mirror' (2014), in an attempt to win a million dollar prize for the best paranormal footage, flatmates Jemma (Jemma Dallender), Matt (Joshua Dickinson) and Steve (Nate Fallows) purchase a supposedly haunted mirror online which they hope will hold the key to the jackpot.

However, they find themselves unprepared for the apparently unstoppable forces that they unleash within their home.

Is the million dollar prize worth the price they're forced to pay? 'Community' (2012) follows two student film-makers visiting a notorious housing estate to film their final project.

After hearing strange and sinister tales of the Draymen Estate community, Isabelle (Dallender) and her cameraman decide to visit in the hopes of interviewing the locals.

When they find out that the community seems to be run by children and the adults are mostly indoors addicted to a super strain of canabis, it's just the beginning of their terrible nightmare.

In 'Siren' (2010) a group of friends find the tranquility of their relaxing boat trip disturbed by a beautiful and dangerous young woman.

When Ken (Eoin Macken) decides to take his casual girlfriend Rachel (Anna Skellern) on a tour around the Tunisian coast, he is bemused to find her ex-boyfriend Marco (Anthony Jabre) has decided to tag along too.

After attempting to help a strange, wounded man on a nearby island, the boat is stranded and the three panic about how to get home.

The anxiety and sexual frustration is worsened by the arrival of an enigmatic, sultry young woman by the name of Silka (Tereza Srbova), who leads them into a game of sex, betrayal and fear...


  • Format: DVD
  • Region: 2
  • Certification: (15)
  • EAN: 5060103797950
  • Catalogue number: MBF125
  • Studio: Matchbox Films
  • Release date:
  • Genre: Horror/Occult
  • Colour: Colour


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Also directed by Edward Boase