Billed as a ‘comedy slasher’ film, Uncle Sam promises a firework explosion but ends up being nothing more than a damp fizzle and pop.
A Full Moon feature directed by Charles Band, Head of the Family is a horror comedy with a nod or two to the likes of Basket Case 2. It’s as wacky as that movie but nowhere as inventive. However, that doesn’t mean it’s not enjoyable because it is, it really is!
An incoherent mess, the most notable thing about Fever Lake is that it stars Corey Haim (The Lost Boys, Silver Bullet) but that is about it. Unless you think Slater (Mario Lopez) from Saved by the Bell is notable.
Night Crawlers was released in 1996, the same year as Feeders and shares so much in common with that movie. It is also a zero-budget shot-on-video horror film with few actors who couldn’t act if a gun was pressed to their heads.
Every bit as Troma release as a fan could hope for, Frostbiter: Wrath of the Wendigo is a nutty, silly, gory and cheap looking horror comedy.
Feeders is a real contender for the worst horror movie of the 90s if not one of the worst horror movies ever made. It’s a joke movie with almost no budget and it shows.
Directed by Tom Holland, Stephen King’s Thinner stars Robert John Burke as Billy Halleck, an obese upper class lawyer who cursed to constantly lose weight by a gypsy.
Sometimes They Come Back….Again is a sequel to the 1991 horror, Sometimes They Come Back. A movie that was based off a short story by Stephen King.