Tired of seeing Earth children get all the Christmas fun, some Martians decide to kidnap Santa so that he can bring yuletide glee to Mars though one Martian in particular wants to do away with the jolly elf altogether. Advertisements
I've been a lover/hater of low budget filmmaking from an early age, always amazed by the types of films that got released, either theatrical or more likely direct to video, and I like to shine a spotlight on them for better or worse.
A reporter investigating the mysterious death of a woman leads her to a coven of witches who are planning to use her in a ritual on Christmas Eve.
Partying in the mountains of Norway, a group of students find some Nazi booty which has the odd effect of re-animating the corpses of the Nazis that rightfully stole that loot in the first place and they want it all back.
A spirit of someone accidentally killed years ago dresses up as a burger restaurant’s mascot and seeks revenge on the children of the people responsible for his death. Or something like that. It’s most definitely not just someone killing people in a restaurant.
Strange things are afoot at the Millennium Building where someone or something seems to have taken control of the buildings’ elevators and killing anyone it wants. A sentient killer elevator movie? Wow…
A Church-sanctioned vampire slayer is on the hunt for Valek, the original vampire, who is on a crusade to find a special cross that will allow him to walk during the day.
A wife admits her husband to an insane asylum so she can be with the man she really wants but four years later her husband escapes on Halloween with the intention of murdering his dear wife.
A small American town is visited by an alien parasite that takes over the body of a local with intentions of expanding globally in a hurry.
A coward captain is exiled to a far off outpost to be part of a skeleton crew for the winter but soon the fort is picked off by a gluttonous cannibal who just wants to eat everybody.
A collector of unique items comes upon two strangers and tells them individually scary tales based on Stephen King and Clive Barker short stories.