A college student inherits his family’s mansion and discovers his father’s satanic past and attempts to follow in his footsteps. Also there are ugly creatures in the film. Continue reading “Shaun vs. Ghoulies (1984)”
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. Continue reading “Shaun vs. The Initiation (1984)”
A soup kitchen chef, a photographer and a police officer pool their resources together in search of missing people underground New York City but come across a government coverup involving toxic waste and ugly, cannibalistic creatures. Continue reading “Shaun vs. C.H.U.D. (1984)”
A young teacher gets a permanent position at a church-run university, which is good, yet attracts a nutbar who escaped from a mental institution who targets those around her before settling on her, which is bad. Continue reading “Shaun vs. Splatter University (1984)”
Directed by Andrew Kuehn
Starring Donald Pleasance, Nancy Allen and a cast of thousands!
Released October 26, 1984
Donald Pleasance (Halloween) and Nancy Allen (Dressed to Kill) play two of the worst theatre patrons ever as they narrate a documentary about scary films while showing clips and scenes from classic monster movies of the 30s up to the nasty slashers of the early 80s while covering topics such as how sex gets you killed in these movies and how do they do those darn effects? Continue reading “Shaun vs. Terror in the Aisles (1984)”
Directed by Charles E. Sellier Jr.
Starring Robert Brian Wilson, Lilyan Chauvin, and Gilmer McCormick
A young boy gets some major psychological scarring after his parents are killed by a man in a Santa suit, takes a tour through an orphanage with a stern nun then when forced to don the suit himself at a job, he loses it and decides to punish anyone he runs into that is “naughty.” Continue reading “Shaun vs. Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 1 (1984) and Part 2 (1987)”