Sadie dotes on six year old son Jacob. He is her only source of comfort and her only true friend. But, deep down Sadie has always known that there is something not quite right about ‘her boy’. That is why she tries to keep him out of sight from the rest of the world. For years she has dealt with the strange noises in the night, nightmares and ghostly apparitions but when friends and family start to meet with brutal and tragic ends Sadie is left with no choice. It’s time to accept the truth and confront the evil… Jacob’s Hammer… When a mother’s love is no defence…
Samuel Peters (Edward Furlong), once an ordinary man, dabbles in the laws of voodoo to bring his wife back from the grave. He soon encounters the God of malevolence ‘Kalfu’ (Corey Feldman), and makes a pact with him to destroy the underworld and bring chaos to earth. In return, he will become ‘The Zombie King’ and walk the earth for eternity with his late wife. But, as the ever growing horde of zombies begins to completely wipe out a countryside town, the Government set-up a perimeter around the town and employ a shoot-on-sight policy. Trapped within the town, the locals, an unlikely bunch of misfits, must fight for their lives and unite in order to survive. Can our heroes unravel the clues in time and survive or will The Zombie King and his horde of zombies rise on the night of the dark moon?
Lenny Parker, a mysterious stranger becomes the landlord of a local pub. A ruthless gang who work for local businessman Ray Gleeson decide they want to take over the pub, spurred on by the fact that Lenny’s barmaid Terri is the ex of Ray’s psychotic son Dominic Gleeson. Dominic is out for revenge after being neglected by Terri, Lenny is the only obstacle standing in his way as Terri and her daughter Peewee find themselves drawn to Lenny. When Dominic and the gang go too far and attack Terri, Lenny is forced to face his darkest fears and go back to his old ways to protect his pub and newfound family – but how far will he go?
Great Britain. 150AD. When four messengers sent by Rome to a plague infected Caledonia, with a message of peace and help for their King, go missing Rome has no choice but to send ten of their finest across Hadrian’s Wall to find and bring them back.