Season 4 Episode 17
An alien visitor studies human nature as a photographer.
Written and directed by Ted Gershuny (who, the following year, collaborated with Tommy Lee Wallace on the script for Drew Barrymore’s movie Far From Home)
Read more “Horror History: Sunday, June 19, 1988: “Tales From The Darkside” episode “Going Native” premiered”
In this horror film, an evil magician creates a wax display of famous monsters and murderers and invites a group of unsuspecting young college students to view the collection. However, when the kids are trapped in the deadly displays, one-by-one they soon discover that the wax models are more than they appear to be.
Read more “Horror History: Friday, June 17, 1988: Waxwork was released in theaters”
In the climactic finale to the Poltergeist trilogy, those elusive demons are more frightening than ever as they follow Carol Anne (Heather O’Rourke) to Chicago and inhabit an entire skyscraper.
Read more “Horror History: Friday, June 10, 1988: Poltergeist III was released in theaters”
Welcome to Camp Hurrah, where a psycho killer is slaughtering high school cheerleaders on the eve of the all-state finals. Drive-in goddesses Betsy Russell (Private School, Avenging Angel) and Lucinda Dickey (Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo) star with former teen idol Leif Garrett in this bouncing, bleeding bonanza of B-movie goodness featuring graphic violence, gratuitous nudity, bad rapping and more from the glory days of late ‘80s splatter. This is Cheerleader Camp!
Read more “Horror History: Wednesday, June 1, 1988: Cheerleader Camp was released in theaters”