First appearance: Downrange (2017)
A group of teens run afoul of a masked maniac. Unlike normal teen exterminating masked manics, this one doesn't use cutlery or power tools or forestry equipment, he's got a rifle.
Weird variation on a slasher flick. I really liked the ending.
A woman and her child move into her mother's house to deal with the grief of losing her husband and to marble paper. Unfortunately for her there's some weird stuff going on around the beach.
A horror flick in the vein of EYES OF FIRE and MESSIAH OF EVIL.
First appearance: Dr. Otto and the Riddle of the Gloom Beam (1986) [Yeah, I know Ernest was doing commercials and stuff before this movie but this is his first movie appearance]
Beloved comercial personality Ernest P. Worrell makes a couple brief appearances in the Jim Varney movie Dr. Otto and the Riddle of the Gloom Beam, which is an odd 80s comedy where Varney plays a variety of characters (all disguises of Dr. Otto). Eventually Ernest gets a chance to star in his own movie Ernest Goes to Camp. If you’re going to watch an Ernest movie I’d suggest any of the Touchstone flicks and/or Ernest Rides Again.
Since everyone likes "Goes to Camp" here's the trailer for that:
For some reason parents have an uncontrollable urge to kill their offspring. Not ALL kids, just their own. Could it be some kind of attack on the country or the entire species! It doesn't matter, your parents will kill you.
A bunch of kids run afoul of some kind of horrible shapeshifting monster that lives in the sewer beneath there home town. The monster takes the form of what it's victims fear most favouring the look of a creepy clown, and surfaces every 27 years to feed.
Movie based on the Stephen King novel but shifts the story 27 years into the future.
A bunch of kids run afoul of a giant spider from outer space (possibly from another dimension) who wakes up every 27 years to feed. The space monster takes on the forms of things it's victims are scared of. This doesn't stop the kids from defeating the spider monster.
Unfortunately for the kids they didn't kill the space monster so IT comes back 27 years later to annoy the now adults to death.
90s TV Miniseries Based on a Stephen King novel and for some reason very popular even though the monster is more irritating than frightening.
Some kind of weird monster is pissing on priests and killing folks in Ireland. what could it be? it's Rawhead Rex! Based on a story by Clive Barker, who was not happy with how it turned out, nor was he happy with what the monster looked like. People seem to like it though, it's getting a 4K restoration and is being released on BluRay soon.
First appearance: Friday the 13th (2009)
Hey remember those other 10 movies that Jason was running around killing kids? Yeah, well, None of that happened because we've decided to reboot the series. This one almost plays like a sequel to the original 1980 movie. Not the worst of the movies to feature Jason Voorhees but also not quite the best. One of the few Friday the 13 movies where some of the action actually takes place at Camp Crystal Lake. Might finally be the last Friday the 13th movie.
First appearance (looking like this): Freddy Vs Jason (2003)
Nobody believes in Freddy anymore so he resurrects Jason to kill some teens in Springwood so the teens will blame Freddy. Unfortunately Jason's having too much fun killing kids so Freddy fires him. The kids come up with the great plan of using Jason to fight Freddy. Mayhem ensues.
It took 10 years from the tease at the end of Jason Goes to Hell for this to finally happen.
First appearance (looking like this): Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993)
Jason gets blown up and then it turns out he's actually some kind of worm thing that possesses people or something. Also Jason's mom visited a bunch of other horror movie locations when Jason was growing up? (There's a copy of the Noturum De Montos, a mandarin dagger, the box fluffy from creepshow was in...) Yet another adventure of Jason Voorhees that doesn't take place at Camp Crystal Lake.
First appearance: The House of 1000 Corpses (2003)
Four jerks go on a road trip to find the truth about the mythical serial killer "Dr. Satan." What they find is the horrifying Firefly clan. things don't go well when they offend the Fireflys by not accepting their hospitality. Moral of the story, don't be a jerk.
Arkin just wants to turn his life around and quit being a a cat burglar. Unfortunately his wife owes some horrible people a lot of money. These horrible people force Arkin to pull one more heist on the people he's currently employed by. Unfortunately for Arkin there's someone else interested in the family...
Follow the mission of the crew of the planetary demolition space ship Dark Star.
John Carpenter's first feature film written by Dan O'Bannon (who also stars).
If it wasn't for this movie we wouldn't have Alien, Red Dwarf, or that cool stretchy star field thing we see in Star Wars when they activate their Hyper Drives.
Charlie and his girlfriend don't listen to the warnings of a creepy guy at a gas station and end up running afoul of the HELL COP. Hell Cop kidnaps Charlie's girl. Charlie goes to hell to find his girlfriend. Charlie has a nice adventure through hell encountering a bunch of colourful characters.
Will he be able to find his girlfriend? Can he escape hell?
Three strange creatures are forced to the surface by a oil company drilling for oil through a vast labyrinth of caves and tunnels somewhere in Colorado. One of these creatures befriends a local teen loser and helps power his truck in exchange for help freeing the other creatures. Madness and Destruction ensue.