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  1. Michael Litoris

    Hangman's Curse (2003)

    AKA Frank Peretti's Hangman's Curse It stars Leighton Meester from Gossip Girl and David Keith. It's a Christian horror film. They are a family who work as undercover paranormal investigators This, my friends, is kind of my own personal Moby Dick of hard-to-find bad movies. I originally got a screener of it years ago and was horrifically delighted. Then I lost it and couldn't find a copy anywhere, no matter how hard I looked. (Meaning once every few years I'd make a half-hearted attempt to find a copy ) Fortunately, the entire movie is available on YouTube should anyone want to check it out (with subtitles). I'm linking to the trailer. Come for author Frank Peretti mugging it up in his own movie like Doc Brown's less fortunate sibling, stay for stellar dialogue like this, from the school jock to the new Christian girl: "Do you believe in the hereafter?" "Most definitely." "Good. Then you must know what I'm here after." It's bonkers.
  2. I have never enjoyed watching a movie more than I enjoyed "El Chupacabra". On the surface it seems like just another B horror movie, but I think it may very well be THE. WORST. ONE. Its essentially a standard horror movie plot of a monster escaping in some city and a law enforcement / scientist team race to stop it while a shady government agency attempts to hide / monopolize on the creature. The generic-ness is substantially overpowered by the hilariously insane performances, dialogues, and production failures. There are inexplicable plot threads that go nowhere, thoroughly botched dialogue, a loose cannon cop, theories about aliens, an expert goat scientist, a hero animal control officer that just cant get his paperwork right, a crazed cousin who rubs goat meat on his naked torso, and so much more. If you enjoy watching train wrecks and are a connoisseur of cringe, you will be hooked after the first 15 min. I am sure you guys will love/hate it. Link to IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0375731/ Link to Rotten Tomatos (10% audience rating): https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/el_chupacabra/ Link to trailer: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0375731/videoplayer/vi2711879961?ref_=tt_ov_vi
  3. Larry Drake gives a Razzie-worthy performance as the titular doctor, an escaped mental patient who murders everyone in sight. The opening scene is a total mindfuck - it's worth it just for this scene alone Each murder is done in a different doctor-y way, and comes with a fresh catchphrase (move over, Schwarzenegger ice puns). The gore is topnotch quality. Best part of the movie. Keep your eyes peeled for performances by Doug E. Doug, and Mark from Roseanne. I saw this as a kid, and I always assumed it was an 80s movie. It sure feels like one.
  4. Peter Krause and Tiny Tim star in this low-budget slasher flick, directed by Bill Rebane. The aging novelty singer plays a clown, Marvelous Mervo. He apparently had trouble reciting even the simplest lines, let alone adding any acting. The script is typical 80s horror camp, involving an unhelpful police chief (who seems to be the only police in town), rural setting, and ludicrous excuses for nudity (Zooks).
  5. ThePlazmaGuy

    May (2002)

    Please do this movie! It's so disturbing and detatched from reality. Anna Faris, Jeremy Sisto. I still don't know how this got made. It is a Frankenstein/MeetCute/Body Parts/Cannibalism nightmare that is simply disturbing. My friends and I were told we needed to see it, so we all did. Afterwards, we didn't speak for about 5 to minutes. Some ppl just got up and left. This is the weirdest thing I have ever seen on video. Please check it out, so that you cannot unsee this bizarre nonsense. Enjoy!
  6. Adam Egypt Mortimer

    Recommendation Thread: French New Extremity

    Hey! It was suggested in the MARTYRS thread that there should be a recommendation thread for other films of the French New Extremity, so I wanted to kick that off with some key titles. I'd look forward to any discussion about these films or the culture around them in general! First up, my top two (aside from Martyrs): TROUBLE EVERY DAY -- dir Claire Denis (2001) This ostensibly a vampire film of sorts -- starring Vincent Gallo as a scientist on a honeymoon who spends his visit in Paris trying to track down a missing colleague. BĂ©atrice Dalle (who was the star of the 80s French film Betty Blue) plays a woman afflicted with a kind of erotic cannibalistic vampirism. Up until this point, Claire Denis was considered one of the greatest filmmakers in the world, and so when this film came out -- with extreme sex + violence, and an uncompromisingly abstract structure that refuses to clue you in to what's happening -- people were confused and downright mad at her. Personally, I feel this is one of those incredible movies that creates an overwhelming (and very dark) experience from beginning to end -- it's something that you really FEEL. It's a story about the worst side of relationships, and in a way that I believe typifies this kind of movie, it depicts the neglect and dissolution of a relationship using visceral images and an uncompromising tone of despair. If that sounds like a good time to you, put this one on the top of your list! Great soundtrack by Tindersticks too! INSIDE -- dir Julien Maury and Alexander Bustillo (2007) A pregnant woman (very pregnant -- a day away from giving birth) is stalked by a psychotic woman (again played by Beatrice Dalle!) who wants the baby. This movie is RENOWNED among French horror buffs for being among the most bloody -- though I'd say it's much more FUN than Martyrs, as it eschews torture for a more violent version of Halloween and it has nothing in it to challenge the viewer's complicity. This is a super well made movie with one twist after the other and some crazy turns of tone. These filmmakers have recently made the forthcoming LEATHERFACE for Hollywood, whatever that's worth. So having named those two for your Beatrice Dalle double feature of endless French blood, I'd divide a few other selections into two categories -- there's the New French Extremity that comes from the art/drama side of filmmaking, and the ones that are much more clearly in the HORROR genre but with a wildly artistic French point of view. It being October, let's jump into the horror first: CALVAIRE (aka THE ORDEAL) dir Fabrice Du Welz (2004) This is the first film I saw out of all this stuff, and it blew my mind. A young man winds up stopping at by a house on the edge of a small village, and boy is that regrettable. The shape of this is recognizably similar to Texas Chainsaw Massacre, but every choice -- from the protagonist's hero to the filming style to the reveal of bad guys -- is a surprising upside-down world twist on the genre. This is the movie that had me thinking "French filmmakers grew up watching slashers AND European art films. Don't @ me that the filmmaker is Belgian. The director has made several other INCREDIBLE films, including ALLELUIA (2014) which is a beautifully shot version of The Honeymoon Killers. FRONTIER(S) dir Xaviar Gens (2007) A group of Arab youths caught up in Paris riots after a right wing candidate wins the presidency steal cash and escape to the country -- where they wind up at an Inn run by a family of psychotic cannibal neo-nazis. A brutal french version of Texas Chainsaw, this is twisty, turny, fun, VERY well filmed, and totally nuts. It is very CLEARLY about racial and class tensions in France but plays out that conflict through chains hooks and secret passages. THE NOT-HORROR FILMS These are the films that have genre elements or are certainly horrifying but which, quite simply, would not be found in the "horror" section of your streaming algorithm. IRREVERSIBLE dir Gaspar Noe (2002) Plot wise, this is a rape-revenge story told in reverse scene order (the director has boldly admitted he ripped off Memento's structure). It begins with a horrific revenge murder, passes through an unbelievably brutal rape, but then ends with the mundane peaceful that precedes these events. This movie has some of the most insanely inventive and aggressive filmmaking techniques in modern cinema -- the camera moves and spirals around the characters in a way that makes you feel insane; the soundtrack -- by Daft Punk's Thomas Bangalter -- is a hyper kinetic, menacing electronic explosion; and the perfomances (particularly Vincent Cassel and Monica Bellucci) are on fire. The cinematographer is Benoit Debie, who also lensed SPRING BREAKERS, LOST RIVER, THE RUNAWAYS, and all of Noe's subsequent films. This movie -- especially the 9-minute rape scene -- can be a very hard watch, but as is typical with these french films it tempers the difficulty of the content with an incredibly vivacious filmmaking style that forces you to stay gripped. I personally have a very hard time with on screen rape, but this is nevertheless a stand out movie. DEMONLOVER dir Olivier Assayas (2002) This one is a bit less on the extreme side of explicit violence but it is a bonkers ultra stylish movie about corporate intrigue, videogames, online porn, and kidnapping. Prior to this, Assayas had made the charming and bizarre IRMA VEP starring Maggie Cheung and has more recently directed THE CLOUDS OF SILS MARIA and PERSONAL SHOPPER. This one is twisty-turny and sparkling with a kind of Cronenbergian other-wordly shine. ROMANCE (1999) and ANATOMY OF HELL (2004) dir CATHERINE BREILLET Breillet's work has been a non-stop deep dig into sex and relationships as power struggle and violent expression. Breillet goes all the way back to acting in Last Tango in Paris and has made it her life's work to combine explicit (very explicit) sex with a desperate yet weary desire to uncover what human intimacy can possibly be once the world has ground out hope. If that sounds like a good time... IN MY SKIN dir Marina De Van (2002) Another tough watch -- this one from an uncompromising woman using body horror to express the anxiety and alienation of modern workplace ambition. The director wrote and also STARS in this movie in which a woman -- on the cusp of a big promotion and an escalating relationship -- becomes addicted to self harm when she discovers she has a very high pain threshold. It's an extremely unnerving film whose high dramatic moments include a scene where she drinks to much wine at a crucial client dinner and fights the urge to cut herself open in front of her boss. RELATABLE. There's TONS more interesting films from this group, but here's a starter set -- I'm hoping people are interested enough to jump into the thread and post their own reactions, rebuttals, cheers, and recommendations!
  7. My wife tweeted Paul and June a few months ago in hopes that they would do this disaster of a movie. That was before we knew this forum existed. My wife passed away 12 weeks ago but I would still love to hear the gang do this as a Halloween episode. She worked in a mom and pop video store when she was young and always contended that this was the worst movie she had ever seen. I can back that up. Hope I followed all the submission rules. Thanks guys
  8. Hello fellow HDTGM compatriots! Recently I had the honor of being a guest of one of my favorite podcasts, Hellbent for Horror. If you listen to the Wrong Reel podcast, you might have heard the host, S.A. Bradley, as a guest himself on that show. What I love about Hellbent is that Bradley really digs horror and what makes it special. Along with some very personal connections he has to the genre, he gets into the psychological, social, and cultural aspects of horror. There are times when he gets intimate and profound, times when he can get into the business/budget part of horror, and then there are times when he will do interviews from film festivals. It's pretty fantastic. Anyway, he invited me (John Arminio) and two other guests to appear on Hellbent for Horror's 50th episode, in which we talk about what makes a horror film a "classic," if a classic can still have an impact on audiences the way it did when it was first released, and what might be considered a "new classic." The new classics I chose to discuss were The Witch and Crimson Peak (ohhhhh, Guillermo ). I'd just really appreciate it if you Internet Denizens would give it a listen, since you are some of the smartest and most discerning (and polite!) movie-lovers on the interwebs. Thanks. https://hellbentforhorror.com/2017/08/14/episode-050-diamonds-and-rust-and-modern-horror/
  9. Trailer: https://www.youtube....bed/khoAYSvFnoA I'm kinda baffled by this movie. The production value is surprisingly good for a story that starts right away with a ghost sex scene, involves lust demons, back boobs, coffee fingering, penis impalement and cheesy acting. In some strange way, it reminded me of Verhoeven's Hollow Man in tone and the lopsided mix of horror and erotica. It's equal part Argento homage and old school horror schlock tribute. I feel it would be the kind of episode where they could even get the director of the movie. It's apparently a remake of an 80s film but this version is available on Netflix.
  10. AngelaT.Tsames

    Shanks (1974)

    I just saw this movie, Shanks 1974, it's available on youtube. I can't believe this movie. The soundtrack is mostly Tubas and it stars the famous mime, Marcel Marceux. It's set up like a silent movie with title cards announcing each chapter. In the first title card, it says it's a "fairy tale". Marcel Marceux plays a child like marionette artist who is hired by an elderly scientist. The scientist is also played by Marcel, he is experimenting on reanimating dead bodies. He hires Marcel Marceux to advise him on where to place "electrodes" on the dead bodies to animate them. He animates a dead frog, and a chicken (which will later be used to kill one of the characters). Marcel shows up one day to find the scientist dead, and proceeds to reanimate him. The mime work in this movie is extraordinary. It's not a bad movie per say, I just don't get the tone at all and the content is fucking nuts. Is it horror? Is it vaudville? Is is a fairy tale? Is a black comedy? He uses little remotes to control the corpse. The mime has two shitty parent figures (he's adopted, or something?). They steal his paychecks from working with the old man, when the checks stop coming they get mad. Marcels "father" who is the town drunk, goes to the scientist's house, confronts the puppeteered corpse, gets attacked by the puppeteered dead chicken, falls down the stairs and dies. Marcel turns the drunk into a puppet and uses him to kill his "mother" by drawing her into the road in front of a car. Now he has her as a puppet too and uses them to entertain a 14-year girl. She is the 50 year old Marcel's love interest! Or she seems to be. I don't know. Here's a clip. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z7s7RJhvl70 She gets raped to death later by a random biker gang who invade the house. What the fuck? Marcel tries to fight them off with the human puppets. He fails, they steal his remotes and play with the puppets by making them do weird contortions. This fucking movie..... you have to see it to believe it. Of course, he turns the dead girl into a puppet. They embrace at the end. Happy Ending? The full movie is on youtube and this site http://networkawesome.com/show/movie-shanks-1974/
  11. infradiggy

    GHOSTPLUGZ

    Boo! https://soundcloud.c...a-c-green/plugz
  12. bella_008

    The Cell (2000)

    Somehow no one has suggested this abomination of a movie starring HDTGM all star Jennifer Lopez. Within the confines of an abandoned rural farmhouse, Carl Stargher, a psychologically disturbed killer has built The Cell, a glass-encased chamber where he drowns his innocent female victims before continuing a sadistic post-mortem ritual with their bodies. As the FBI finally closes in on the killer, he is rendered comatose by a violent seizure and is ultimately apprehended into their custody, but not before leaving his latest victim alive in The Cell with only forty hours to live. Enter Catherine Deane. Deane, a child therapist, is part of an advanced neurological study at the Campbell Center, a research division of a large pharmaceutical company, where she's been using her empathetic abilities along with breakthrough technology to enter into the mind of a catatonic young boy to help bring him back to his loving parents. While FBI agents Peter Novak and his partner Gordon Ramsey follow clues to uncover the missing girl's whereabouts, the FBI enlist Catherine to use her "gift" to embark on an uncharted and perilous journey through Stargher's demented mind. The trailer doesn't really show how bonkers this movie you definitely need to watch this just for the crazy.
  13. FelipeSobreiro

    THE BROOD vs POSSESSION

    Hey guys! Today I unintentionally watched two bizarre supernatural / horror movies about divorce, back to back: THE BROOD (David Cronenberg, 1979) and POSSESSION (Andrzej Zulawski, 1981). The styles are very different, The Brood is more clearly a B-movie, very cheaply made and with some campy elements, while Possession is more of an arthouse movie, but it's also campy in how hysterical and over the top it gets. Their point in common is that both movies deal with a family disintegrating (both movies show the wife as being the active agent of the separation) from a supernatural, creepy perspective, and they were both shot a couple of years apart.
  14. ThomasRobertLee

    THE EXORCIST

    ATTENTION AMY, DEVIN, LISTENERS: THE EXORCIST is an American masterpiece from arguably the greatest era of Hollywood filmmaking: the 1970s. It became a cultural phenomenon, raking in millions at the box office before earning 10 Academy Award nominations (2 wins), including Best Picture (a first for what most consider to be a horror film). It towers over both the horror genre and the landscape of New Hollywood as a major landmark. THE EXORCIST deserves its place in The Canon... Do we all agree?
  15. Now I definitely searched the forums for this movie, and nothing came up. If someone finds otherwise, point me in the right direction. My boyfriend and I just finished watching one of the most insane horror movies from the late '80s. And we stumbled upon it! This movie is straight up craze balls. There's random gratuitous ass and titty shots that make you convince yourself one of the actresses and the director might have been fucking. One of the characters, possessed by a demon, draws lipstick slowly over her chest and nipple, and then proceeds to press the entire tube of lipstick into (and subsequently THROUGH) her nipple, into her chest. The character that walks in on her, moments later gets his eyes popped right into his skull. Who knows with this crazy and AMAZING awful piece of work what they were thinking. Parts of worked for us. Most of it was crazy. The LINES in this. An old man shakes his fist at a kid, in the beginning and says "YOU SONOFABITCH" shaking his fist like the most stereotypical crotchety old man. At one point, to get a party started, someone says they brought a strobe light from home because their parents were "former acid heads". Spoiler alert! It really DOES get the party started for some reason. Also, this is one of the very rare horror movies, especially of its time, to have the ONLY black character be a complete coward, AND survive. Well.... he redeems himself at the VERY end. But MAN does he take his time. There's a pretty psychedelic dance sequence in which one of the characters, dressed as a bride in black, is spinning to the strobe light while demonic sounding backward-speaking Latin metallica music plays in the background. These are just mere moments from this full on crazy wild ride of a horror movie. The first 45 minutes is literally all exposition. But once all the characters look into a mirror, shit his the fan and it doesn't stop spattering all over the floors and walls of and ceilings of this crazy frickin' movie until the very last frame
  16. SamanthaAshleyToledo

    Zoombies (2016)

    I just saw Zoombies and it is available at Redbox! It is absolutely up HDTGM's alley! It is so perfectly awful!
  17. BrentJensen

    The Club (1994)

    To use a tired cliche, I don't want to really tell you about 1994's "The Club" - it's best that you experience it for yourself. But here's the synopsis from IMDB: Time stops at midnight at the Senior Prom for five students, one murderous counselor, and John. They must find the courage to face themselves or, when time starts again, they may find that they are joining John's Club. All you have to do is commit murder... or suicide. I found this movie cruising Netflix, so it's available there, and boy am I glad I did. Do you want to see the future Executive Producer of Fringe doing an insane impression of Beetlejuice/Jack Nicholson/Ben Stiller as Tom Cruise? How about Scut Farkus from "A Christmas Story" turning into a demon mid-coitus? Also featuring Sons of Anarchy's Kim Coates in a tour-de-force performance and a plot that makes little to no sense. You may be thinking that it sounds like a typical 90s teen horror flick. But trust me, it is so much more. It's a strange brew of trying to be seriously scary but also funny... but fails on both levels. Here's the trailer. I think this movie would be absolutely awesome for HDTGM.
  18. Your girlfriend explaining to your friends her previously unmentioned enthusiasm for eugenics was filmed before a live studio audience.
  19. ChristianPerez

    The Pumpkin Karver

    I found the podcast a few months ago and have not stopped listening. Right when I heard about it, The Pumpkin Karver popped into my head as a film that must be discussed at some point in an episode. Here's a taste: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-mGxa-_85M Nothing I could say will do this atrocity justice. When I saw it for the first time, a friend of mine called me and asked if I was watching it on TV cause he just knew I would be. We proceeded to stay on the phone for the entire film just laughing and questioning everything about it. Highly recommended.
  20. NIGHT OF THE CREEPS Come for the bad 80s music, exploding heads and amazing bathroom stall graffiti and stay for the Return of Sexy Doctor! Yes, your Halloween 3 hero is alive, drunk and throwing zingers left and right as a hardboiled detective with a heart o' gold. I was thinking this would be your go-to Halloween choice but I am a bit late in submitting the idea. Do yourself a favor and watch it either way as it is pretty effin great. Cheers!
  21. Holy shit, tryin' to figure this one out is a real brain drainer. Definitely one of the weirdest movies I've ever seen, but also really entertaining. The plot is really hard to describe, plus that would ruin the fun of watching it. It's pretty much just non-stop WTF moments that I'm still trying to wrap my mind around. It's beautifully shot, and well directed. Vigo Mortensen turns in a pretty unsettling performance as well. The creepy kid in the lead does really well too. I would definitely recommend this one. You've got a vampire, a creepy kid, a pervy one-eyed sheriff, a still born fetus, self immolation, harpoons, and Viggo Mortensen. After seeing this, I've found it has a huge cult following, I'm surprised it hasn't been suggested yet. http://www.imdb.com/...ref_=fn_al_tt_1
  22. MattPunchman

    Shivers (1975)

    http://m.imdb.com/title/tt0073705/ The residents of a suburban high-rise apartment building are being infected by a strain of parasites that turn them into mindless, sex-crazed fiends out to infect others by the slightest sexual contact.
  23. I know everyone thinks they have found the holy grail of HDTGM movies, but guys...seriously... "Terror at London Bridge," a 1985 NBC Movie of the Week also known as "Bridge Across Time," stars David Hasselhoff. That should be enough to convince, but wait, there's more: "Terror at London Bridge" imagines that Jack the Ripper was being chased by Police in 19th century London and fell off the London Bridge to his death. Cut to 1985 and the bridge has been dismantled--DISMANTLED--and rebuilt in Arizona as a tourist attraction. The last stone from the London Bridge has been placed and when a tourist somehow pricks her finger and falls dramatically on that last stone, it resurrects Jack the Ripper, who goes back to his old rippin' ways. The only cop who is brilliant/insane enough to actually suspect that Jack the Ripper is back from his watery grave is David Hasselhoff. It also stars someone named Stepfanie. "Terror at London Bridge" is on Amazon Prime for free, as well as Daily Motion. I feel SO strongly about this movie. I heard it mentioned on "Stuff You Should Know" and couldn't watch it soon enough. It is a gold mine.
  24. registradus

    ROGUE

    Rogue. It's like Anaconda. except a Crocodile. in Australia.
  25. AmySemrau

    Ghost Ship (2002)

    A great bad movie. I've seen it and know it is terrible but can't stop myself watching it when it shows up on cable. It is a 2002 horror movie about a salvage crew that takes on a salvage job and finds the ship of their dreams...... or more accurately... nightmares. Let me just say. Hallucinations/visions of brutality accompanied by techno music and a creepy pale faced little girl.
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