Andy the Arsonist welcomes everyone to his theater of derange for a wild night of thrills, chills and spills. Andy kick's off the night by hosting five short horror films from some of the best Horror Writer/Directors in the indie scene.
It's little Aubrey's 8th birthday and she is going to the countryside to celebrate with her mother- only this year Aubrey has invited her imaginary friend LEWIS and when LEWIS comes to a party all hell breaks loose!
Anthony G. Sumner
A supernatural thriller set in a cozy Tennessee town where Sheriff Jimmy Muldoon and younger brother, Deputy Lloyd Muldoon, have a firm grasp of law and order until a stranger, Denny White,... See full summary »
It was supposed to be an adventure of a lifetime as three young girls spend the summer in Thailand. But their adventure quickly becomes a nightmare when the trio unleashes the spirit of a murdered child with only one thing on her mind - revenge.
Joey suspects his girlfriend of two years, Jennifer, is cheating on him. He is so convinced that he enlists the help of his cousin Steven to create a Video Diary of his attempt to catch her... See full summary »
James Cullen Bressack
James Cullen Bressack
The "Summer Camp" horror trilogy was one of the most popular franchises of the 1980s. However, the decade ended and so did director/writer Julian Barrett's career. Now Barrett has a plan to... See full summary »
In the wrap around story called "Devil Driver", a creepy truck driver tells a trilogy of terrifying tales to a sexy stranded hitchhiker that include "Dinner Date", "Lot Lizard" and "Mongo ... See full summary »
Struggling siblings discover their dead uncle's secret stash of lost horror films on videotape. The "tapes" feature demented solicitors, gruesome dares, parental murder, demonic technology,... See full summary »
A "lost slasher film from 1978," HEADLESS explores the mind of a masked killer who stalks and kills victims in a small, suburban town. As the madness spirals and the body count rises, the ... See full summary »
A malicious art critic attends to a private show at a remote gothic manor hoping to discover a new medium that will stun the art world. She is transported into four tales of murder, monsters and mayhem. And the final tale is her own.
Alan Rowe Kelly,
Anthony G. Sumner
Deranged homemaker Leyla Barker (gorgeous scream queen Tiffany Shepis in peak loopy form) relates three tales of terror pertaining to the dark secrets and demented residents of the suburban community of Kronanburg. First and most lighthearted yarn, "Hypochondriac" - Neurotic big city physician Dr. Oliver Combs (an amusingly uptight turn by Marv Blauvelt) gets more than he bargained for from a motley assortment of crazy patients when decides to practice his profession in Kronanburg. This episode rates as the silliest of the bunch, although it still entertains thanks to a nice line in quirky gallows humor and sidesplitting contributions from Raine Brown as sassy slut Nurse Amber Lovejoy and Alan Rowe Kelly as batty old biddy Charity Betencourt. Second, most sick, and racy vignette, "Anti-Bodies" - Evil mother Susanna Sullivan (a deliciously bawdy Brigid Macauley) forces her comely daughter Aimee (a sympathetic portrayal by the lovely Kaylee Williams) to have sex with various sleazy paying dudes. This outing benefits tremendously from a funky sci-fi twist; there's a nasty and deviant edge to the plot that gives it an extra perverse sting. Third and most nightmarish segment, "Lewis" - Troubled young mom Amanda Reece (well played by Deneen Melody) and her daughter Aubrey (adorable Taylor Metzger) return to Kronanburg only to discover that the strange townspeople have very nefarious plans in store for both of them. The potently creepy atmosphere of this one culminates in one doozy of a startling surprise bummer ending, plus Susan Adriensen makes a strong impression as the sinister Sister Louise. Besides the expected plentiful graphic gore, sex, and nudity (male and female alike!), this picture offers such choice depraved stuff as incest, homicidal maniacs, flesh-eating aliens, cannibalism, zombies, and demonic religious cults in order to satisfy the warped needs of even the most jaded and demanding fright film aficionado. A perfectly ghastly and gruesome good time.
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