Featuring crazy stunts, a film-within-a-film, wicked kills, and an outrageous central performance, this is the sort of weirdo slasher film that will make you want to take public transportation for your daily commute.
After watching this action-packed 1980s Japanese film about a student government council fighting a delinquent biker gang, you might need crutches to get around.
Big lapels, great hair, horny academics, and salty fisherman collide on a lonely island in this early 1970s British proto-slasher flavored with mystery and seaweed.
Also known as CRAZED BEAST, this is a lean and lively 1970s bus hijacking b-movie from Toei Movie Company that leaves a bloody trail of wreckage in its wake.
The smoke and sparks fly in Albert Pyun’s post-apocalyptic, quasi-vampire cyborg film made in Moab, Utah.
Armed with a stacked cast of genre movie veterans, a badass lead performer, and an entire warehouse full of cardboard boxes, BALLISTIC is the stuff that b-movie dreams are made of.