Massachusetts-based Echo Bridge Entertainment has added threetitles to its AFM slate of seven pictures -- the thriller Memory, horror story Hatchet, and the action comedy Fifty Pills.

Memorystars Billy Zane, Ann-Margaret, and Dennis Hopper and takes place in the worldof medical research.

Robert Englund stars in Hatchet, which centres on a group of touristswho discover a mysterious and hideously deformed young boy living in seclusionin a house deep in the bayou.

Fifty Pills charts the exploits of a working class boy whose college entry isthwarted when he is inadvertently busted for his roommate's forays intodrinking, drugs and partying.

"We focus on quality over quantity and these three films aregoing to be very well received by our clients," Dan March, head ofinternational for Echo Bridge, said.

"On the heels of our just announced distribution relationshipwith Mainframe Entertainment, these new acquisitions continue to expand ourpresence in the international markets."