Madness (aka Vacanze Per Un Massacro) (Fernando Di Leo, 1980)

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A violent escaped convict returns to the place where he stashed a bag of stolen money, only to discover a group of people vacationing at the hiding spot. In this lackluster exploitation entry from Fernando Di Leo (Naked Violence, The … Continued

Witchboard (Kevin Tenney, 1986)

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A woman becomes obsessed with a friend’s Ouija board after he leaves it behind during a party. More accurately, some slut’s pedantic ex-boyfriend tries to school everyone at a party when he busts out the Ouija Board that he just … Continued

Among Friends (Danielle Harris, 2012)

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A group of friends get together for a 1980s prom-themed murder-mystery-whodunit dinner party that quickly reveals itself to be a bit more than they bargained for. Initially I was pretty excited by the concept of this movie. As a lover … Continued

Black Candles (aka Los Ritos Sexuales Del Diablo) (José Ramón Larraz, 1982)

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A woman takes her boyfriend to the estate of her deceased brother who she soon finds was dabbling in the occult. Will she be able to escape before the cult has their way with them? It’s no secret I’m a … Continued

Seeding of a Ghost (Chuan Yang, 1983)

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A taxi driver in Hong Kong is cursed for “interrupting black magic” after he hits a sorcerer with his cab. When his lascivious wife is raped, beaten and killed, he seeks out the sorcerer to lift the curse and exact … Continued

Night of the Creeps (Fred Dekker, 1986)

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Alien space-slugs invade a college campus during rush week. There’s an awesome 50s backstory, it’s got Tom Atkins and it’s probably the most fun you’ll have watching a horror movie. Did I mention Tom Atkins? That’s right. Tom. Motherfucking. Atkins. … Continued

Don’t Go in the Woods (James Bryan, 1981)

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A feral hobo is killing campers in a forested mountain area that’s absolutely crawling with imbeciles and wastes of skin. Cult classic my hairy ass. Only if your definition of such includes horrible acting, pathetic dialogue, basement level gore effects … Continued

The Being (Jackie Kong, 1983)

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Toxic waste dumped in an Idaho waterway causes a missing boy to turn into a hideous mutant freak that wreaks havoc on then local citizenry. Also: they sell RC Cola at the local diner. From Jackie Kong, the director of … Continued

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