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Halloweentown(1998)
Filmed on location in Oregon, the made-for-cable Halloweentown stars Debbie Reynolds as Aggie Cromwell, the peppery grandma to typical American kids Marnie (Joey Zimmerman), Dylan (Joey Zimmerman) and Sophie (Emily Roeske). During her annual visit to the youngsters' mother Gwen (Judith Hoag), Aggie...
Girlfriend from Hell(1989)
With its catchy title and over-the-top premise, this fairly amusing horror comedy plays like a kinder, gentler variation on the type of fare offered by the bad-taste moguls at Troma Studios. The story begins in the thick of a metaphysical battle between a decidedly female Satan (Lezlie Deane) and on...
Frankenstein Unbound(1990)
Legendary low-budget mogul Roger Corman made a somewhat inauspicious return to the director's chair for the first time in nearly twenty years (unless one counts his uncredited participation in "pickup" shoots for several New World Pictures productions) for this quaint sci-fi/horror outing, based on...
Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell(1974)
The sixth entry in Hammer Films' Frankenstein series, this film finds Baron Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) in charge of a lunatic asylum. When young doctor Simon Helder (Shane Bryant) is institutionalized for attempting to create synthetic life, Frankenstein is delighted: now he'll have an assistant f...
Frankenstein 90(1984)
Yet another incarnation of Mary Shelley's 1818 Frankenstein, this uneven spoof by Alain Jessua casts Victor Frankenstein as a cybernetics wizard who constructs his monster with a notable lack of aesthetic sense but invests him with great microprocessors, and the newly-minted ogre finds life rather l...
Flesh for Frankenstein(1973)
Incest, necrophilia, and Joe Dallesandro? It must be Andy Warhol. Warhol did indeed co-produce this 1973 schlock spectacular — originally presented in 3D — that was directed by Factory fave Paul Morrissey. Starring Udo Kier in the role of "Ze Baron," Flesh for Frankenstein is a horror story for a...
Dead Heat(1988)
Although many genre filmmakers have managed to blend horror and humor with great success, movies employing this formula often run the risk of both elements canceling each other out, resulting in a horror comedy that is neither scary nor funny. Alas, Dead Heat is a textbook example of this kind of fa...
Dead Alive(1992)
Director Peter Jackson's second feature cheerfully trumps the gross-out quotient of his splatterfest debut, the appropriately named Bad Taste. The tone is cartoonishly comic, and the premise is simple: The village dweeb (Timothy Balme) is trying to maintain a budding romance with the sweet Paquita (...
Cemetery Man(1994)
Achingly romantic and creepy-funny, this funereal fantasy from the director of La Chiesa (1989) is unlike any Italian film in memory. Rupert Everett plays Francesco Dellamorte, a lonely cemetery caretaker who just wants to get out of his small town of Buffalora. His assistant and sole companion, Gna...
Bride of Re-Animator(1990)
Loosely adapted from H.P. Lovecraft's Herbert West — Re-Animator comes this sequel to one of the wildest, bloodiest, and funniest horror films to ever come down the pipe. Set eight months after the gruesome events of the first film, the follow-up opens with the demented Dr. Herbert West (Jeffrey Co...
Quote O' Matic
  • Suzanne: i don't know what you were thinking, nick
    when you come to your senses, you're gonna realize that we're gonna have to hire chuck back
  • Nick: what?! oh no, thats never gonna happen!
    alright, nobody takes me for a ride!
    so hes never stepping foot in this house again!
  • Suzanne: chuck is caring, and he cares about this family
  • Nick: famil...? what he needs to do is move back with his own family
    its not normal for a contractor to live with his clients, suzanne
  • Suzanne: i understand that, but its been fun having him around, and hes great with the kids
  • Nick: no hes not! hes the one tearing this family apart! thats what hes doing!
  • Suzanne: hes the one tearing this family apart?!
    you're the one tearing this family apart, nick!
  • Nick: ...me?!
  • Suzanne: yes, you! with your insane obsession with this house!
  • Are We Done Yet?