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  • The ABCs of Death (NR)

    Twenty-six horror/fantasy filmmakers contribute three- or four-minute shorts, each taking death as its theme and a letter of the alphabet as its inspiration. more...
  • All About Evil (NR)

    Joshua Grannell directed this horror film about a librarian who inherits the family's movie house and becomes a serial killer. more...
  • Angst (NR)

    A troubled psychopath entertains his murderous compulsions in this 1983 Austrian horror-thriller. more...
  • Black Death (NR)

    In this horror movie by Christopher Smith, a monk learns that victims of the bubonic plague are coming back to life. more...
  • Black Sheep (NR)

    A flock of sheep transform into ravenous killers in this horror-comedy from New Zealand (2006). more...
  • Blood Harvest (NR)

    Bill Rebane directed this 1986 horror film about a a bank agent who incurs the wrath of a small town after forcing farmers off their land. more...
  • The Body Shop (NR)

    A 1972 adaptation of the story of Frankenstein, directed by J.G. Patterson Jr. more...
  • Cold Moon (NR)

    A young killer (Josh Stewart) in a small Florida town is haunted by ghosts of the dead and tormented by his sadistic father (Christopher Lloyd). more...
  • Colin (NR)

    By now zombies are nearly as tapped out as emo vampires, but this witty, no-budget British feaure (2008) breathes life into the undead by telling its story from their perspective. more...
  • The Devil's Hole (NR)

    In this derivative gore fest from the Dominican Republic (2012), college friends take a trip to the countryside but wind up in a road accident that sends their car tumbling into a deep ravine. more...
  • Doghouse (NR)

    If the men's movement ever bankrolled a midnight movie, it might turn out like this UK horror comedy by Jake West (Razor Blade Smile). more...
  • Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (NR)

    One of the earliest adaptations of Stevenson's story, although it was at least the sixth, with John Barrymore managing the Jekyll-Hyde transformation without recourse to trick photography. more...