Joe D’Amato's infamous follow-up to ANTHROPOPHAGOUS like never before! D'Amato unleashes gut-spewing Greek boogeyman (screenwriter George Eastman) into suburban America for a "gruesome as hell" (CinemasFringes.com) and "incredibly sadistic" (ASlashAbove.com) saga of doomed nurses, butchered babysitters, bio-chemical clergy and some of the most insane splatter scenes in Italian gorehound history. Edmund Purdom (FRANKENSTEIN'S CASTLE OF...Read More
Horror: Cannibals & Flesh-Eating Zombies
It was seized by UK authorities as a ‘Video Nasty’ and accused of being an actual snuff film. Yet even by ‘80s Italian gore-spewing standards, this grueling shocker from sex & sleaze maestro Joe D’Amato (BEYOND THE DARKNESS) still stands as perhaps the most controversial – and extreme – spaghetti splatter epic of them all. Tisa Farrow (ZOMBIE), Zora Kerova (CANNIBAL FEROX) and co-writer/producer George Eastman (STAGE FRIGHT, 1990: BRO...Read More
When a prominent politician and a beautiful young woman vanish inside a London subway station, Scotland Yard's Inspector Calhoun (Donald Pleasence of HALLOWEEN) investigates and makes a horrifying discovery. Not only did a group of 19th century tunnel workers survive a cave-in, but they lived for years in a secret underground enclave by consuming the flesh of their own dead. Now the lone descendant of this grisly tribe has surfaced, p...Read More
When a Sacramento supermodel is haunted by the super-mulleted corpse of her dead motocross-racer boyfriend, it will unleash an erratically ambitious nightmare of cheap lighting, bad sound, bizarre plotting, gratuitous nudity and grisly effects that Bleeding Skull says is "guaranteed to make you feel like you're trapped in a lo-fi psychedelic abyss of fun!"
Two traveling companions, George (Ray Lovelock of AUTOPSY) and Edna (Christine Galbo of THE KILLER MUST KILL AGAIN), come across a small town infested with the "living dead" that are satisfying their cannibalistic hunger on anyone they come across. Discovering that an agricultural machine using radiation waves is at the root of all the havoc, George and Edna fight for survival and their innocence as they are pursued by a relentless de...Read More
Uncut & remastered in 4k for the first time ever in America! It's been called "a rip-roaring riot of Italian exploitation" (DVD Beaver), "a weird cross between ROMANCING THE STONE and CANNIBAL FEROX" (The Video Graveyard) and "pretty damn entertaining, possibly even brilliant" (Blu-Ray.com). Now experience the wildest '80s cannibal movie you've never seen scanned uncut in 4k from the original negative. Michael Sopkiw (BLASTFIGHTER,...Read More
When her anthropologist husband disappears in New Guinea, Susan Stevenson (Ursula Andress of DR. NO) convinces her colleague Dr. Edward Foster (Stacy Keach of PRISON BREAK) to lead her into the dark heart of the deadly jungle. But while exploring the forbidden mountain of Ra-Rami, the expedition is attacked and captured by a tribe of primitive natives. Even if they can escape the barbaric tortures of these flesh-eating savages, can Su...Read More
The essential Horror classic arrives on Night Flight Plus. The film aired frequently in the late nights and wee hours of the morning on “Night Flight” back in the 1980s.
Boris Karloff's psycho-sexual '60s Voodoo Masterpiece co- directed by Jack Hill in an all new digital transfer. Tongolele s Erotic Snake-dance is not to be Missed!!! Stars Boris Karloff, Julissa, Charles East, Tongolele, Ralph Bertrand, Santanon, and Quintin Bulnes. Directed by Juan Ibanez & Jack Hill.
Teenagers Reg, Skip, Julie and Pam go out for an afternoon of water skiing on a nice day. They come ashore on an island that is being used as a testing center for a scientist and agents from "an eastern power." They seek to turn the people of the United States into easily controlled zombie like creatures. The agents steal Reg's boat, stranding the teens on the island. The four friends are then held captive in cages able only to specul...Read More
Classic 1932 Zombie movie with Bela Lugosi. The word "zombie" was introduced to American readers in 1920 in William B Seabrook's book about Haitian voodoo, THE MAGIC ISLAND. In February 1932, zombies walked the New York stage in Kenneth Webb's play ZOMBIE. Webb brought suit against independent movie producers Edward R. and Victor Hugo Halperin in March of that year, when they announced their intention to make a movie called WHITE ZOMB...Read More