Surreal, dream-like, low budget horror that sparked a franchise and created a cult fandom. It’s an American classic. “BOY!”
Absolutely barking Spanish exploitation about a playboy battling Hells Angels in a ludicrously escalating battle
A look at the film George A Romero made before his huge hit, Dawn Of The Dead
Joe Spinell stars in this comedy horror film that makes a lot of its silly premise and Cannes setting.
I am again asking you to consider watching a Jess Franco film. Honestly, this is one of his more interesting ones.
A sleazy little slasher featuring a OTT central performance and some fab views of a rundown Hollywood.
Vicious violence in this exploitation film that was heavily influcenced by Witchfinder General and stars Udo Kier.
Far better known as The Mad Doctor Of Blood Island. This Filipino horror from 1969 features lots of young women and a man/plant monster causing mayhem
Leslie Nielsen and Jamie Lee Curtis star in this slasher that features a fairly amateur killer, a severed head, and plenty of disco dancing.
David Cronenberg’s Scanners was his breakthrough movie into Hollywood and provided an iconic scene.