Exhumed Films 9th Annual 24 Hour Horrorthon
Gruesome, insane Hong Kong horror comedy
We're Going to Eat You
The running theme for this Horrorthon blog will be "I don't remember" because despite being the most recent show of the three I've written about this week, it's the show I remember the least.
I must've enjoyed We're Going to Eat You though, as I ended up buying it.
Totally awesome, action/horror/sci-fi amalgam
A fun film, best described as "Chuck Norris versus Michael Myers."
Giant Monster Movie
Featuring Godzilla's greatest battle
Innovative, intellectual horror classic from a genre legend
Proving again that Romero is a master of his craft, as he handles Vampires with as much delicacy and respect as he gave to zombies.
The Fox TV network would attempt to reboot Martin into a series, with mixed results.
Horror anthology featuring works by influential genre filmmakers
This film-like thing, which seemed to have been cobbled together using a Windows 98 editing suite, was screened as the obligatory "dinner break" feature.
My group left to get pizza and back-alley tug jobs. The pizza was cold and apparently I yank too hard.
Cool Halloween-themed fan favorite from the 1980s
Night of the Demons
Amnesia. I remember nothing. But I WAS in the room.
Strange, funny, and slightly disturbing monster movie that serves as an allegory for addiction
The perfect film to cross midnight, into the wee hours. Features the voice of the late, great Zacherly.
Surreal, cerebral science fiction film with a dash of good old-fashioned monster movie thrown into the mix
William Hurt turns into a monkey, raises heck all over the place. Was remade in the '90s as Dunsten Checks In.
Bizzarro sci-fi satire schlockfest starring a who's who of cult movie icons
One of my all-time favorite movies, and a perfect choice. I honestly wish Exhumed would screen it at every Horrorthon.
Stylish, gory, and under seen shocker that feels like a Euro-horror film, even though it was produced in the U.S.
I slept through most of The Witch, although I liked what little of it I watched. Not to be confused with The VVitch.
Infamous, goofy 1960s B-grade monster movie
The Horror of Party Beach
I love these types of movies, but not at hour eighteen of a 24 hour movie marathon.
Quite simply one of the best vampire movies of all time
I'm surprised it took Exhumed nine years to screen this classic at a Horrorthon.
We also would've accepted The Lost Boys.
Non-traditional "Animals Attack" movie filling the traditional Horrorthon "Animals Attack" timeslot
Piranha II: The Spawning
With respect to Oscar winning Best Boy James Cameron, I slept through this mess.
Wacky horror comedy which, shockingly, we have only screened once before over the course of eighteen years
(the almighty)Army of Darkness
Just like anyone, I've seen Army of Darkness a couple hundred times, but I still had never seen it on 35mm. Both the horror AND film nerd halves of me were satisfied.
This is my second favorite Horrorthon.