A new, semi-regular collection of obscure cult classics to enjoy in their entirety kicks off with this 1960s splattery shocker.
The newly-made follow-up – in name only – to the notorious Video Nasty is not an enjoyable viewing experience.
A Spanish slasher short that left unsuspecting TV viewers aghast in the early 1990s.
The definitive visual guide to the most notorious films of the 1980s.
The Italian gore maestro’s gothic spectacular is both grandiosely ambitious and irritatingly flawed.
Lucio Fulci’s collision of Lovecraftian gothic and hardgore splatter is visually and stylistically impressive, but somewhat overrated.
Charles Pinion’s skatepunk splatter movie remains a pioneering work of underground filmmaking.
The belated sequel to the classic 1974 Texas Chain Saw Massacre is a cocaine-fueled, everything-cranked-up-to-11 reworking of the original narrative.
The most notoriously trashy and outrageous film of the early 1980s Italian zombie cycle is more interesting than you might think.
Stuart Gordon’s outrageous updating of H.P. Lovecraft is a film that gets better every time you watch it.