The director of "CEMETERY OF TERROR" cooked up a devilish stew with a heaping helping of gore with this 1989, low-budget screamer about a group of teens who resurrect an unholy executioner.
Movie Review: 2K Restoration of French Giallo “THE STRANGLER” (1970) Brings A Hauntingly Beautiful Psycho-Thriller Back To Theaters
Premiering at the Anthology Film Archives in New York today, November 15, Altered Innocence’s restoration expands on November 17 to Los Angeles, Austin, Chicago, Denver, San Francisco & more.
Both Sherlock Holmes and Jack the Ripper inhabit a dark and sinister London in the popular imagination, full of cobbled streets and pea-soup smog, with danger lurking just outside the glow of every gas lamp. It was not until long after Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s death that this fascinating if tasteless pairing was brought to fruition, resulting in two sharply contrasting films: "A Study in Terror" (1965) and "Murder by Decree" (1979).
A mostly forgotten 1998 cyber-slasher, this picture details the exploits of “Captain Howdy,” a sadist obsessed with body modification and inflicting pain on others. If there’s a film that exemplifies late-90s internet and alternative culture, this is it.
Will artificial intelligence save mankind or destroy it? From EVILSPEAK to M3GAN, the horror genre is no stranger to technological terrors.