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.
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.
An absolute romp of a low-budget 1980s movie that will leave you totally buzzed on wine-fueled horror. Let it breathe, then drink it in.
If you thought the borderland between Massachusetts and New Hampshire was absent of contract killers and Chinese vampires, you’d be dead wrong. With guns loaded and fangs bared, GOD OF VAMPIRES is here for a gory good time on a tiny budget.
This feels like the sort of underappreciated horror movie one would find in a stack of DVDs at a rural chalet you booked through Airbnb. For my money, it’s probably good enough to take home with you along with the stolen silverware.
A group of martial artists from a California karate club board a cruise ship destined for Warrior’s Island, a remote stomping ground for zombie martial artists. Will they make it to their destination or be forced back to port on account of a norovirus outbreak?