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Cult Movies

The Entity

Based on the novel by Frank De Felitta, The Entity introduces us to Carla Moran who’s in need of a ghostbuster, if only her darn psychiatrist would just believe her though. More…

The Entity
Poltergeist

A beautifully written and visualised story that’s heartbreaking, terrifying and so unique in the way it portrays the balance of nature and struggle between good and evil. More…

Poltergeist
Ghostbusters

Armed with a homemade proton pack, my eight-year-old self once believed there’d be a job opening with the Ghostbusters. Do you think they’d take a kid with no experience? More…

Ghostbusters
The Terminator

Ian Roberts takes a look at some of the queer and feminist theories that have surfaced over the years in relation to James Cameron’s 1984 cult classic science-fiction film, The Terminator. More…

The Terminator
Robocop

Max takes a look at Robocop, and tells us why Paul Verhoeven’s 1987 classic about a crime-fighting robot may be one of the smartest, self-aware sci-fi films ever. More…

Robocop
A Nightmare On Elm Street

We take a look back on Wes Craven’s 1984 supernatural slasher A Nightmare On Elm Street as we find out what makes Nancy Thompson the epitome of the final girl. More…

A Nightmare On Elm Street
Butcher Baker Nightmare Maker

Placed on the Video Nasties list back in the 80s, this cult exploitation horror film sees an orphaned teenager being dominated by his aunt who’s hell-bent on keeping him with her…at all costs. More…

Butcher Baker Nightmare Maker
The House On The Edge Of The Park

After Ruggero Deodato shocked audiences with Cannibal Holocaust he returned a year later with another shocker, the rape and revenge thriller The House On the Edge of the Park. More…

The House On The Edge Of The Park
Don’t Go In The House

We’ve seen them before, the houses that stare and give us an uneasy feeling about what goes on inside. It’s not them we should be afraid of – it’s the men that live inside. More…

Don’t Go In The House
Critters

What happens when a bunch of furry carnivorous creatures from outer space descend on a small town to make lunch of out the locals? Fun and frolics in the 80s cult classic Critters! More…

Critters
Gremlins

Rand Peltzer arrives home for Christmas with a rather unique gift for his son; a mogwai. Little do they know, mogwais can transform into vicious and malicious little monsters! More…

Gremlins
Halloween III: Season Of The Witch

The third film in the original iconic franchise sees a Halloween mask-making company planning to kill millions of children with something sinister hidden in Halloween masks. More…

Halloween III: Season Of The Witch
Millennium

Based on John Varley’s 1977 short story Air Raid, Millennium opens with the crash of a Boeing 747 and its ensuing investigation, but could it have involved time travel and visitors from the future? More…

Millennium
Honey, I Shrunk The Kids

We take a look back on the late 80s adventure film, Honey, I Shrunk The Kids, and find some surprising narrative threads in it relating to family units, relationships and resolving conflicts. More…

Honey, I Shrunk The Kids
The Burbs

If you think your neighbours are weird, have you ever wondered what they might think about you? Joe Dante’s 1989 film offers us a look at suburban life and what might be buried in the backyard. More…

The Burbs

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