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Cult Movies

The Wicker Man

Set on a remote Hebridean island, the story of The Wicker Man is one about the religious clash between a devout Christian and a community of fanatical Pagan islanders. More…

The Wicker Man
Quatermass 2

Ultimately, what I love about the Quatermass stories, and Quatermass 2 in particular, is how it almost sums up my love/hate relationship with both England and being English. More…

Quatermass 2
Quatermass And The Pit

Based on the BBC television plays by Nigel Kneale, Quatermass and the Pit tells of an ancient race of aliens that came to Earth and altered human evolution to its present state. More…

Quatermass And The Pit
I Know What You Did Last Summer

Drawing on the urban legend of a killer with a hook, I Know What You Did Last Summer arrived in late 1997 but proved to be one of the highlights of the year with its cast, script and soundtrack. More…

I Know What You Did Last Summer
Urban Legend

Following in the bloody footsteps of Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer, Urban Legend takes us to Pendleton University campus where a vengeful killer starts a new myth. More…

Urban Legend
Scream 2

Written by Kevin Williamson and directed by Wes Craven, Scream 2 offers up thrills and kills as the Woodsboro survivors have to again deal with a masked killer on the rampage. More…

Scream 2
Parents

We all have our ups and downs with them, but what happens when you’re an 8-year-old kid and learn the shocking truth about what your parents have been serving for dinner? More…

Parents
Tales From The Crypt

In this frightfully delightful episode of Tales From The Crypt, a greedy wife decides to kill her husband on Christmas Eve but little does she know…Santa’s on his way. More…

Tales From The Crypt
The Lost Boys

Vampires have probably been around for as long as we have, there are probably a few of them walking around our towns right now. Would you recognise them if you saw them? More…

The Lost Boys
Never Too Young To Die

Directed by Gil Bettman and featuring Gene Simmons and Robert Englund, Never Too Young To Die sees John Stamos trying to avenge the death of his secret-agent father, George Lazenby. More…

Never Too Young To Die
The Howling

Jamie Suckley takes a relaxing break at “The Colony” to explore Joe Dante’s 1981 classic, The Howling where he’ll find out exactly where the howls are coming from. More…

The Howling
Airheads

Chazz, Rex and Pip are in a band, The Lone Rangers, trying to make it in the music business but they end up taking everyone hostage with fake guns when the DJ refuses to play their song on a radio station. More…

Airheads
The Incredible Shrinking Man

Jack Arnold directs this classic cult movie which sees Scott Carey shrinking to just 6 inches tall and living in a doll’s house after being exposed to a combination of radiation and insecticide. More…

The Incredible Shrinking Man
Godzilla

Creating one of the most famous monsters in the history of cinema, Ishirō Honda’s nuclear creature, Godzilla, rose from humanity’s destructive nature to rampage through Tokyo. More…

Godzilla
Halloween II

John Carpenter returned in 1981 with a follow-up to his cult hit, Halloween. This sequel sees Laurie Strode facing the prospect that her ordeal might not be over. It might never be over! More…

Halloween II

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