A ravenous monster is transported to Earth but more specifically the Putterman residence. It will eat and absorb anyone that it comes into contact with. That’s unless Sherman can figure out a way to tame the beast.
Two fraternity pledges travel to a sleazy bar in search of a stripper for their college friends, unaware it is occupied by vampires.
Sleazy, low budget grindhouse, Necropolis is a dull horror written and directed by Bruce Hickey. Its story is based around a witch reincarnated to seek out eternal life.
Billed as a horror comedy, Monster in the Closet lacks both. However, it is a fun and silly homage to 50’s style b-horror/sci-fi.
Way before they were in vogue in horror, Ouija boards made the odd appearance here and there in our movies. Rarely did we get movies that made them the focus of the story, especially not in the 80s. Enter Witchboard, a cult horror released in 1986.
The Potter family have moved into a new apartment hoping for a brand new life. Unfortunately, the complex houses something else, something evil. Seen as cult classic, Troll is one such film that is undeserving of that accolade.
The third film in the Psycho series (of four) was released in 1986 saw star, Anthony Perkins not just reprise his role but take over the directing chair too.
Breeders isn’t just bad, it is famously bad. A movie that on paper sounds perfect for 80’s horror fans but has so many problems that it is flat out unenjoyable. Directed by Tim Kincaid, this abomination stars Teresa Farley, Lance Lewman, and Frances Raines.