Two women are abducted by a group of snuff filmmakers and brought into a Hellish nightmare of unmistakable brutality, viciousness and destruction that will leave every viewer shocked, amazed and awestruck.
Segments from eight of the leading indie horror filmmakers including Tim Ritter, Brad Sykes, Donald Farmer, Todd Sheets, Chris Seaver, Ron Bonk, and Marcus Koch. Each director was ... See full summary »
Sarah has a surprise and gruesome announcement for Muzzy... she has contracted a deadly virus called the ROT which she got by sexing a dead guy from the local funeral home, and now she has ... See full summary »
Joel D. Wynkoop
In 1977 a group of young, horny, out of control Christians are spending a fun filled weekend at the Happy Day Bible Camp. Their impure antics rile up a sadistic crazy nun known as, "Sister ... See full summary »
Cracker County is under attack and lovesick dog catcher Bubba Blanche has been transformed into a ferocious, cigar smoking Werewolf in order to save the day. But first he's got to conquer a beer or two. And maybe a plate of chicken wings.
It all begins with an anonymous text message with a party invitation. A dozen young men and women gather, eat, drink, party, and have the time of their lives inside the doors of a ... See full summary »
A brutally sadistic rape leads to a series of bizarre gory murders during a midnight disco bowl-a-rama at a popular bowling alley. One by one, players of two teams meet blood-drenched ... See full summary »
Marley and Brad Hoffman are a couple of vile white trash degenerates who treat their mute mentally stunted cousin Jessicka like a pet: They make her wear a collar, force her to eat dog food... See full summary »
A horrifying tale of revenge that begins with a back-alley abortion, and ends with a bloodbath so vicious that it brings a new meaning to 'an eye for eye.' From pimps to dealers and hookers... See full summary »
A criminal psychologist and a police detective introduce what purports to be an educational police film intended to be shown to law enforcement cadets showing nearly every type of unnatural death and murder imaginable.
Being fired from his job and abandoned by his girlfriend sends manic-depressive Bill into a terrible psychological dive. He becomes ever more dependent on medications to manage his moods, but the drugs eventually overwhelm his mind and blur the differences between reality and fantasy, to the point where a violent shock brings about the possibility that he may have transformed into a homicidal maniac. Written by
Well in the early '90s, Jeff Dylan Graham,Became like the TEEN IDOL OF MICRO-CINEMA and then did film after film giving a performance that he obviously never took lightly.
Now, We get FELL and it took patience to see where Jeff's character and Director Koch wanted us to invest.
Now,He was very painful to watch Jeff go thru all the drugs and not seek more help then the creepy shrink and ignore his best male friend and ex-girlfriend who seems to just wanna help whatever was left of what they knew before.
Ending was really good and had it's a 'AHA' moments with a pay-off for the patient fan !
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