The sheriff of a small New England island fishing town has a bug problem on his hands as mutated cockroaches with a taste for human flesh have invaded and they’re not visiting for the chowder.
Count Dracula has come to America after intercepting Frankenstein’s Monster in an airplane. Along with the Mummy, Wolfman and Creature from the Black Lagoon, they will rule over mankind. The only thing stopping them is the Monster Squad — a group of pre-teens who know their horror movies.
A Salem radio DJ is the target of a coven of witches who plan to use her to bring back their master and gain revenge on the town that crucified them centuries ago.
Based off the comic of the same name, gay detective Luigi Macaroni is on a personal vendetta to find out who’s behind the killer condoms that bite off the penises of the men that wear them. Whaaaaa?
A pumpkin-headed creature is unknowingly let loose by a young man who suffered greatly after a car accident a year prior and it attacks those responsible for the accident. No, this isn’t Pumpkinhead.
While suffering reoccurring nightmares involving her father’s death, a pledge is coaxed into breaking into her new father’s department store by her sorority leader though they’re followed inside by an escaped mental patient.
A man looking for ultimate pleasure opens a mysterious puzzle box and literally unleashes Hell on Earth. His partially re-animated corpse convinces his lover — his brother’s wife — to bring him victims to feed on in order to regrow his flesh.
A couple with a newborn son invite a pleasant, British nanny into their home to look after the boy but she turns out to be Mary Poppins from Hell, intent on sacrificing the baby so her tree can live. Yeaaaah.
No one believes him, but a young man is convinced his neighbor is a vampire and looks to a TV personality, whose most famous role was of a vampire hunter, for his help and expertise in vanquishing the bloodsucker.
Ernest P. Worrell, local town idiot, disturbs a tree which imprisons a child-stealing troll that was sealed inside decades ago. It escapes and now it’s up to Ernest to put it back. Is that such a great idea?