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Displayed in "most viewed" order with titles such as Don't Look Down, Phantom Empire, Frankenstein Island, Spaced Out, The Queen of Darkness, Schramm, Children of the Corn (Divimax Edition), The Living Dead Girl, Other Voices, Darker Rooms: Eight Grim Tales, The Chain Saw Man Cometh Sequal II.
Don't Look Down
Tantalizing and sexy, cult director Eliseo Subiela's latest film explores the tantric possibilities of sexual imaginations and awakenings. This thoughtful film delves into mysticism and spirituality. When 19-year-old Eloy sleepwalks and crashes through the roof of a beautiful woman, Elvira, he discovers the tantric and therapeutic powers of the Kama Sutra of which she is an expert.
The plot has more corn than a corn farm in Iowa. It is not just low budget, it looks like no budget. The humor is crude, the acting is not quite on par with the Tomb,a previous movie where most of the actors came from. But it is a cult classic type. I found it amuzing and a laugh every couple of minutes. The bare breasted cave bunny is odd but I believe that was thrown in to keep you from failing asleep. Overall worth the watch on boring evening when the reruns are showing.
The only color film from cult director Jerry Warren (THE WILD WORLD OF BAT WOMAN (1966)), FRANKENSTEIN ISLAND stars genre vets John Carridine and Cameron Mitchell in a tale concerning a hot air balloon which crashes on a mysterious island. The castaways
When three voluptuous female aliens crash-land in sexy '70s England, the result is out-of-this-world laughs! Three hapless men who witness the UFO's arrival wind up kidnapped by the stellar sirens, who discover the joys of "first contact" in the closest encounters imaginable! From cult director Norman J. Warren, this wacky spaced odyssey blasts off with laugh-filled, skin-packed entertainment!
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The Queen of Darkness
After living in the shadows for centuries vampires have finally gained dominance over the Earth by instigating a nuclear holocaust that has blotted out the sun. Humans are now treated as animals, kept in concentration camp-like farms. Byron, the Moon Queen's favorite "creation", is assigned the task of stopping an insurrection at one of the human farms. But while investigating a religious cult among the humans, he begins to question his own reality. As he digs deeper for the truth,…
let me start by saying i am a huge fan of cult, horror, and gore...but, schramm let me down immensely. do not compare this movie to henry: portrait of a serial killer. as the movie starts, i waited (and waited) for it to get going. giving it a chance i kept watching. it never picks up. the gore that is "promised" is a let down. i felt more shocked watching "i spit on your grave" than i did watching this. save your money and your time.
Children of the Corn (Divimax Edition)
When a young couple find themselves stranded in an isolated community in nebraska they discover that all the towns adults have been slaughtered by a religious cult of twisted children who worship a cornfield diety. Can they escape? Studio: Starz/sphe Release Date: 09/28/2004 Starring: Peter Horton Linda Hamilton Rating: R
The Living Dead Girl
One of cult director Jean Rollin's most successful and commercial films. Cut to bits by Britain's state censors, this is the rarely-seen complete version. "The Living Dead Girl" takes in resurrection, despair and a desperate addiction to blood. A dark, beautiful and tragic film presented here in all its gore-filled glory.
Other Voices, Darker Rooms: Eight Grim Tales
Other Voices, Darker Rooms is the first published collection of the short fiction of underground cult novelist H. A. Covington. The anthology contains some of Covington's earlier work from his time spent on the run in Ireland during the 1980s, as well as his most recent work including the chilling Mick The Cutler, the heartbreaking Whisper Her Name On The Wind, and the somber short novel The Madman and Marina, which is considered by Covington aficionados to be one of his best works.
The Chain Saw Man Cometh Sequal II
This is an other entry of the exciting horror novel: THE CHAIN SAW MAN. It's contents are equally filled with the same effects of the well known horror genre that is so customary to my said work. SEQUAL II is an actual continuation of where Allen Shaw, "THE CHAIN SAW MAN",' began an other mode of existence.As the story begins to unfold, Allen Shaw is in the form of his former self; The human spirit. Although dead, he searches endlessly for an other direction to follow., but he…
Horror Films (Virgin Film Series)
This is an exhaustive, authoritative study that charts the history of horror through an account of 20 key films from the genre. Covering everything from the silent expressionism of Nosferatu to the extreme bad taste of Cannibal Holocaust to the psychological profile of Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, this book presents accurate production histories and sharp critical analyses of essential cult classics. Includes full cast and crew biographies and close looks at masters of the genre.
Mortal Danger (The World of the Lupi | Book 2)
The USA Today bestselling author returns to the fascinating world she introduced in Tempting Danger, where a woman's very soul is in mortal danger. An agent in the FBI's Magical Crimes Division, Lily Yu's job is to hunt down a charismatic cult leader bent on bringing an ancient evil into the world. And her only hope will be to trust Rule Turner, a werewolf prince with whom she has mated. And if Lily can't trust him, she'll be lost forever.
I Drink Your Blood
I like this movie because of the gore, and the zombie-like plot! After some Satan worshipping hippies who get high on LSD and cause problems in town, a little boy takes blood from a rabid dog and puts it in meat pies, and gives them to the cult. They start to go crazy by killing people and infecting the town. If you like zombie flicks, gore, LSD, and hippies, then I DRINK YOUR BLOOD!!!
Blood for Dracula
Paul Morrissey's brash mixture of humor, horror and sex is a bitingly funny satire of modern values--and a revelation to fans of the horror film. In "Blood for Dracula," the infamous count searches Italy for "pure" blood. Criterion presents the long-suppressed director's cut of this outrageous cult classic. "Presented" by Andy Warhol.
Tower of Evil
If you like those early 70's British horror movies I think that you will like this one. Made in 72' A group of people find out that there is an ancient relic on this island. So the group go out and try and find it. But the trip dosent go as planned. First they lose there boat so they are stuck there on the island. Then a bunch of them are killed by a psycho killer that is on the island. I think that this is a good movie for any British cult horrror movie fan. Pick it up at amazon.
Essential Werewolf By Night Volume 1 TPB (Essential)
Whether they came at him in committee, cult, or carnival, no nemesis was a match for Marvel's highest-ranking horror hero! With some of the most scintillating supernaturalism served out by the seventies! Guest-starring the hero who goes with everything, Spider-Man! Introducing Topaz of Witches! Plus: the deeds of Dracula, the transformation of Tigra, and more! Collecting Marvel Spotlight #2-4, Werewolf By Night #1-21, Marvel Team-Up #12, Tomb Of Dracula #18, Giant-Size Creatures #1.
The Severed Head Network
This compilation contains short films from America's most controversial cult filmmakers. FAITH IN NOTHING is a fever-dream of eroticism and haunting beauty. VOMIRE is a sucker-punch of expressionistic imagery about angels, sex, and meat. SATISFACTION explores the intense relationship between an abused woman and her one-night-stand. Eight daring, unique, and bizarre shorts in all.
In this gore-soaked horror cult classic, a young man - who's really a cannibalistic alien - is befriended and taken in by a lesbian couple in the middle of nowhere. Savage hunger and insatiable lust combine for a frenzy of carnage as this terrifying scenario speeds to a horrifying climax, all engineered by director Norman J. Warren (Inseminoid) and starring Sally Faulkner (Vampyres) and Barry Stokes (Spaced Out).
Cool It Carol
In this popular early '70s blend of comedy and social commentary from cult director Pete Walker (Frightmare, House of Whipcord), a freewheeling couple decides to let themselves go in swinging London. The decadent playground they encounter proves to be more than they can handle as carnal designs of every stripe lure them into the swirling pleasures of bare flesh and cold, hard cash. Will they manage to find themselves again before it's too late?
Inside the Cult of Kibu: And Other Tales of the Millennial Gold Rush
In the spring of 2000, Lori Gottlieb was lured away from Stanford Medical School to become editor-in-chief of Kibu.com, a high-profile Silicon Valley startup dubbed at various times in the make-it-up-as-you-go-along Internet Zeitgeist as anything from a "digital lifestyle brand" to "Yahoo! for Gen Y, with an estrogen slant." But after her comically unceremonious "unhiring" three months later, upon the CEO's return from her elopement in Bali, Gottlieb published…