Terror at London Bridge aka Bridge Across Time comes from director E.W. Swackhamer. Written by William F. Nolan, it stars David Hasselhoff, Stepfanie Kramer, Randolph Mantooth, Adrienne Barbeau, Clu Gulager and Paul Rossilli.
The Strangeness is one of those obscure 80’s horror movies that you think you probably saw a very long time ago. Then you re-watch it and realise, you would have remembered this film.
A great example of low-budget slasher horrors from the 80s, Satan’s Blade has many, many problems. From bad acting, stilted dialogue, confused direction and overuse of the same musical score. However, it has some charm making it less of a chore to watch. You’ll be entertained, maybe only mildly but entertained none the less.
Lifeforce deserves the ‘so bad, it’s good’ tag because of how many commendable things it has going for it or it at least tries to do. We’re talking about a movie directed by the late Tobe Hooper. A movie written by the late Dan O’Bannon and based off the book ‘The Space Vampires’ by Colin Wilson.
The Stuff is one of those horrors that I feel like I’ve seen time and time again but never all the way through. Not sure why, considering its satirical poke at consumerism and corporate greed is fun to watch.
Ripping off The Hills Have Eyes in a way but moving the location to the snowy mountains, Blood Tracks is everything great and terrible about 80s horror. On the one hand, it’s silly and cheesy but on the other, it’s a boring re-tread of better told stories.
Written by Stephen King & directed by Lewis Teague, Cat’s Eye is an anthology horror film comprised of three stories surrounding a cat. One which plays a minor role in the first two and is a major part of the third.
One of the lesser known Stephen King adaptions, Silver Bullet is based off the horror maestro’s novella, Cycle of the Werewolf.