When a prominent politician disappears overnight in a London subway station, Scotland Yard’s inspector Calhoun (Donald Pleasance) starts his investigation with questioning eyewitness couple Alex (David Ladd) and Patricia (Sharon Gurney). With more mutilated bodies popping up, they soon realize that the answer they’re looking for lies deep underneath the streets of London.
The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant
One Wants to Love, One Wants to Kill! Two heads grafted to the body of a giant!
Bobby (John Laughlin) and Amy Grady (Annie Potts) are married, with children, but not wealthy enough for Amy’s taste. In order to make some more money to keep Amy happy, Bobby takes on some extra night work conducting surveillance on a woman – Joanna Crane (Kathleen Turner) – at the behest of Joanna’s employer. Bobby is shocked to discover that Joanna is leading a double life as a clothing designer by day and exotic $50 hooker called “China Blue” by night; he’s even more shocked when he realizes he’s attracted to her despite being married. Aside from decency, the biggest obstacle to their potential happiness is the unhinged street preacher Rev. Peter Shayne (Anthony Perkins) who’s stalking Joanna because he wants to “save” her.
Preachers are like that.
The bus transporting a schoolgirl choir breaks down in the woods at the same time a quartet of maniacs has broken loose from their LSD “dream therapy.” Those maniacs become very happy to have a nice cache of nubile victims since the dream therapy was presented to them as a way that they could satisfy their desires and, thus, heal their various psychoses….
Man’s gotta eat… But I’m not hungry right now.
The distinctive taste of Farmer Vincent’s (Rory Calhoun) prime meats is renowned in the farmer’s rural area. People come from far and wide to sample his uniquely delicious meat treats. The only real question is why is there rarely anyone staying in his nearby motel?
Salvation through violence
In an Estonian high school, a loner student, Joosep, is picked on by his fellow class mates. One boy, Kaspar, decides to stand up against the pack and protect him, setting in motion a series of events that will have all students caught in a downward spiral of persistent harassment.