After a terrifying bus accident maroons them in a remote Brazilian beach town, a group of young tourists slowly discover that the white sand beaches and lush jungles are concealing a darker, unsettling secret?Read more “Horror History: Friday, December 1, 2006: Turistas was released in theaters”
Season 5 Episode 12
A ruthless businessman (Clancy Brown) learns and discovers that all of his key partners who are currently working on a new preservative drug for his company are being murdered one by one and that the killer may indeed be quite very close to him than he thinks. Also starring Cheech Marin and Costas MandylorRead more “Horror History: Wednesday, December 1, 1993: “Tales From The Crypt” episode “Half-Way Horrible” premiered”
Season 2 Episode 10
A little girl blames her new teddy bear for various pranks in her parents’ house. They do not believe her-until giant claw marks on the walls and lumbering sounds at night convince them. The mother destroys the teddy, but forgets one of the most basic rules of the wild-harm the child, and you must meet the mother… Written and directed by Ted Gershuny, based on a story by John Sladek.Read more “Horror History: Sunday, December 1, 1985: “Tales From The Darkside” episode “Ursa Minor” premiered”
A scientist (Boris Karloff) escapes from prison and revives Dracula (John Carradine), Frankenstein (Glenn Strange), & Wolf Man (Lon Chaney Jr.) to get revenge on his behalf.Read more “Horror History: Friday, December 1, 1944: House of Frankenstein was released in theaters”
What Have They Done to Your Daughters?
Strip Nude for Your Killer
STARRING: Claudio Cassinelli, Giovanna Ralli, Suzy Kendall, Tina Aumont, Edwige FenechRead more “Giallo Essentials Collection Vol. 2 Available December 21”
Tom Hardy returns to the big screen as the lethal protector Venom, one of MARVEL’S greatest and most complex characters. In search of his next big story, journalist Eddie Brock lands an exclusive interview with convicted murderer and death row inmate Cletus Kasady (Woody Harrelson), who discovers Eddie’s secret and becomes the host for Carnage, a menacing and terrifying symbiote.
STARRING: Tom Hardy, Michelle Williams, Naomie Harris, Reid Scott, Stephen GrahamRead more “Venom: Let There Be Carnage (2021) Available December 14”
A demented grab-bag of sinister cinematic tropes set in the picturesque Bavarian countryside, Venom (1971, aka The Legend of Spider Forest) spins a wicked web complete with a winsome seductress (Neda Arneric) who lures curious young men to a nasty death, all in the shadow of a Nazi-styled scientist (Terence Soall) aiming to craft an arachnid-derived nerve drug. Meanwhile, an unsavory brood of conspiratorial locals is keen on maintaining the mythos of the lethal “spider goddess,” while an undaunted artist (Simon Brent) perilously investigates. Director Peter Sykes here takes a first evocative leap into screen horror that would bear more frightful fruit with the later Hammer Studios productions Demons of the Mind (1972) and To the Devil…a Daughter (1976).
STARRING: Simon Brent, Neda ArnericRead more “Venom (1971) (aka The Legend Of Spider Forest) Available December 14”
While touring to promote their first record, a heavy metal band break down in the desolate countryside, and must spend the night in a strange small town, populated by a family of bloodthirsty, cannibalistic maniacs – who are looking for their latest sacrifice to the patron saint who they worship. And they’ll stop at nothing until they take the band apart – piece by piece.
STARRING: Yolanda Berenguer, Hilario Blas, Pedro García OlivaRead more “The Spanish Chainsaw Massacre (2017) Available December 14”
Brand is a unique kind of businessman, providing his clients with snuff videos. He doesn’t do the dirty work, instead hiring others to carry out the nefarious deeds. For this job, he hires two men to kidnap a girl from a local home and torture her. What unfolds onscreen is a a marathon of pain and sadism that will leave the viewer insane…
STARRING: Thomas Goersch, Navarro, RahinaRead more “Snuff Tape Massacre (2019) Available December 14”
When a fractious aristocratic family gathers at an ancestral Scottish castle, a straight razor-wielding murderer is also an unwelcome guest in Seven Deaths in the Cat’s Eyes (1973, aka Corringa or La morte negli occhi del gatto), a blood-laced thriller – complete with giallo flourishes, tantalizing sexuality, a pet gorilla and an omnipresent ginger tabby – from genre filmmaker Antonio Margheriti (aka Anthony M. Dawson). Singer/actress Jane Birkin plays the willowy heroine whose arrival foreshadows several unnatural deaths, Hiram Keller is the possibly unhinged lord of the manor with a cursed history, and the ensemble includes schemers with homicidal tendencies, all underscored by the shudder-inducing music of the great Riz Ortolani.
STARRING: Jane Birkin, Hiram KellerRead more “Seven Deaths In The Cat’s Eyes (1973) (aka Corringa Or La Morte Negli Occhi Del Gatto) Available December 14”