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  • Craze (R)

    Freddie Francis directed this 1974 horror flick starring Jack Palance as an antiques dealer who performs a weekly ritual involving human sacrifice. more...
  • The Evil (R)

    This 1978 horror film stars Richard Crenna as a psychologist who buys an old manor with the intention of turning it into a private practice, unaware that the place is haunted. more...
  • Fright Night 2: New Blood (R)

    Not to be confused with Fright Night Part II (1988), this spin-off of the 2011 Fright Night remake centers on a "sexy professor" who transforms into a vampire by night. more...
  • God Told Me To (R)

    It's a pity that Larry Cohen's talents as a director don't match his audacity as a screenwriter; this infinitely perverse 1977 thriller could have been a sleaze classic. more...
  • The Lost Boys (R)

    A mother and her two sons move into a strange California community only to discover that all the neighborhood teens are vampires. more...
  • The Signal (R)

    Two detectives get caught up in a corruption case during the last days of Eva Peron's life in this crime drama by Ricardo Darín and Martin Hodara. more...
  • Strangeland (R)

    In this abduction-and-torture thriller (1998), several monologues advocating body modification are delivered by the multiply pierced Captain Howdy (Twisted Sister's Dee Snider), who lures teenagers from Internet chat rooms to his suburban home so he can bring about their spiritual enlightenment through involuntary piercing. more...
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