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24 Oct Zombie 4 (1990)

When a white scientist's cure for cancer enrages an island voodoo priest, it will unleash the ultimate plague of ninja zombies, exploding heads, appalling performances, eye-gouging, face-ripping, power ballads and big bloody mouthfuls of flesh-chomping havoc...

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24 Oct Zombie 3 (1988)

Shortly before completing the sequel to his classic ZOMBIE, the legendary Lucio Fulci became ill and left the Philippines-based production. But when director Bruno Mattei (SHOCKING DARK) and writers Claudio Fragasso and Rossella Drudi (TROLL 2) stepped in to finish, the result became the most...

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24 Oct The Uncanny (1977)

In 1977, legendary Amicus co-founder Milton Subotsky teamed with Canadian producer Claude Hroux for the anthology shocker CelluloidDiaries.com calls "highly entertaining...

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24 Oct The Other Hell (1981)

A priest investagates paranormal activity at a nuns' convent where a deep, dark secret is about to resurface in the guise of murder! Could the devil be behind this, or is that just what Mother Superior wants everyone to believe? DIRECTOR: Bruno Mattei ACTORS: Franca Stoppi Carlo...

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24 Oct The Boys Next Door (1986)

  This is the moment '80s teen movies turned "harrowing" (Unobtanium13.com), "frightening" (FilmFracture.com) and "all too real" (CoolAssCinema.com). Maxwell Caulfield and Charlie Sheen star as high-school outcasts who head to Los Angeles for a spree of petty crime, senseless violence and savage murder "that will stick...

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24 Oct The Beast in Heat (1977)

Writer/director Luigi Batzella combines footage from two earlier WWII action movies with a newly- shot plot featuring a sadistic female Nazi officer, a perpetually aroused caged ogre, and a cavalcade of sexual atrocities that Horror-Extreme.com calls "tasteless and glorious...

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