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Cult Movies

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
Fright Night

Written and directed by Tom Holland, Fright Night is one of those films from the 80s that scared us as kids and thrilled us as teenagers later on – and still managers to do a little of both even now. More…

Fright Night
A Nightmare On Elm Street 3

Paralysed by fear in your nightmares? Do you quickly forget you’re in control and you can wake up when you want to? Maybe it’s time you learnt to be a Dream Warrior! More…

A Nightmare On Elm Street 3
The Running Man

Made in the 80s and set in the future, this Arnold Schwarzenegger film comes scarily close to depicting our current time, but nevertheless remains an enjoyable action romp. More…

The Running Man
Predator

Arnold Schwarzenegger’s part of an elite team on a rescue operation, but he soon encounters an alien with the ability to turn invisible and track its prey using thermal vision. More…

Predator
Bride Of The Monster

It would be a shame if people only watch Ed Wood’s films in a sneering and ironic fashion. For me, they’re heart felt expressions of Wood’s love of movies, monsters, and Bela Lugosi. More…

Bride Of The Monster
Trick Or Treat

Featuring rock legends Gene Simmons and Ozzy Osbourne, Trick Or Treat introduces us to Eddie Weinbauer resurrects his dead idol Sammi Curr to deal with the kids in his class who tormented him. More…

Trick Or Treat
Frankenstein Created Woman

This 1967 Hammer Horror is less about gore and more about the metaphysical dimensions of life, such as the question of the soul, and its relationship to the body. More…

Frankenstein Created Woman
Bride Of Frankenstein

James Whale’s sequel to Frankenstein sees The Monster forcing his maker to create a mate for him. It’s one of the most important films ever made and also one of the best. More…

Bride Of Frankenstein
Wes Craven’s New Nightmare

In 1994 Heather Langenkamp returned to the Elm Street franchise, along with her original co-stars Robert Englund and John Saxon, for a film that blurred the lines between the screen and real life. More…

Wes Craven’s New Nightmare
Shaun Of The Dead

Even with its references to George A. Romero’s films, Edgar Wright’s Shaun Of The Dead managed to take a big bite out of the horror genre and define itself as the ultimate buddy horror movie. More…

Shaun Of The Dead
Night Of The Living Dead

George A. Romero’s black and white zombie classic, Night Of The Living Dead, is the film that defined the direction that American horror of the 1970s would take. More…

Night Of The Living Dead
Dawn Of The Dead

As the traditional world view of society begins to collapse, George A. Romero’s classic Dawn of the Dead offers a look at the balance between dystopia and utopia. More…

Dawn Of The Dead
Phase IV

Saul Bass’ 1974 cult film sees an unexplained cosmic event causing ants to evolve and seemingly develop an advanced “hive” mind, leading to some perplexing behaviour on their part. More…

Phase IV
The Asphyx

This 1973 film, influenced by the Hammer Horrors, sees an English country squire, Sir Hugo Cunningham, searching for immortality by ‘bottling up’ the Spirit of the Dead. More…

The Asphyx

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