The cult slasher House on Sorority Row has only grown in esteem and popularity since its 1983 debut.
One of the most memorable finishes from '80s horror turns the average genre flick One Dark Night into something special.
An interesting Star Wars-related topic makes Elstree 1976 stand out, even if the finished product can't sustain itself.
A young Christian Bale and Kate Beckinsale appear in Royal Deceit, an eccentric adaptation of Hamlet, which occasionally entertains.
While mostly an uneventful, low budget horror yarn, there's enough attention to The Dark's script to give it a unique timestamp.
Delightfully crass with a comic heart, Drunk Bus is reminiscent of early Kevin Smith in telling a small time story around likable but miserable people.
Bill Paxton's film debut is an uneven and wacky slasher Mortuary, remembered more for television actresses Mary McDonough and Lynda Day George.
Scream Queen Caroline Williams headlines the creative vampire flick Ten Minutes to Midnight, with attitude and a cheeky sense of humor.
Thomas Jane leads a star-studded cast in the uneven look at Beat Generation writer Neal Cassady and his many loves, Last Time I Committed Suicide.
James Franco stars and directs the quirky homage to '70s Hollywood Zeroville, with an all-star cast, primarily aimed at movie geeks.
A ruthless and memorably effective Danish thriller The Ringmaster explores voyeurism and violence via streaming torture porn. Highly recommended for fans of international horror.
Feed the Gods is sitting on potentially interesting lore, but an uneven tone and dreary pacing leave the material flat.