A young couple moves into a new house and finds a mysterious left behind doll. The doll homes a malignant spirit, as it makes the wife believe that it is the stillborn half of the twins she gave birth to.
The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant
One Wants to Love, One Wants to Kill! Two heads grafted to the body of a giant!
On a beautiful summer day a bunch of students decide to go on a camping trip. As we all know, that’s never a good idea when you’re starring in a slasher movie. Especially one that has Crispin Glover in a double role as Simon and Stanley, the diabolical backwoods twin brothers.
A Fabulously Shitty Film!
Albert (John Savage) once killed the mother of a little teenage girl he was in love with. He spent half of his life behind the walls of a mental health institute because of this. Due to lack of funding, Albert is now pronounced cured and ready to enter society again. But of course Albert is still utterly insane, and very much ready to go on a killing spree to get to his beloved little Annie Smith (Kimberly Chase), with only the intelligible Dr. Sachs (John Saxon) determined to stop him.
Don’t mess with the cabin.
After having suffered a miscarriage, Helen Burnett (Maxine Bahns) and her photographer husband Shawn Burnett (Andrew Bowen) move to a house on the country side. What was intended to be a fresh new chapter in their lives, will soon become frighteningly entangled with the supernatural, as the land comes with a legend of witchery and hauntings.
Coked-out record producer Richard Saxx (Goran Visnjic) is accused of murder and thrown into a prison ward for at-risk prisoners; mainly gay and transgender inmates. The ward is ruled by trans capo Mousey (Kate del Castillo), who holds onto power at the behest of the vile Sgt. Johnson (D.B. Sweeney), and by child molesting monster Detroit (Tommy ‘Tiny’ Lister). Saxx, who is neither gay nor trans, slowly builds alliances in the ward, which comes in handy when the last straw breaks and the prisoners rise up to turn the tables against their tormentors.