SPLATTERFLIX FILM SERIES
Sam Raimi’s ARMY OF DARKNESS
(R, 1993, 81 min)
Bruce Campbell returns as Ash, a hardware-store clerk who is magically transported—along with his beat-up Oldsmobile and a chainsaw attachment for his severed left forearm—to the brutal battlefields of the 14th century. He quickly assumes power and unites his band of medieval knights against the dreaded Army of the Dead!
Lucio Fulci’s THE BEYOND
(R, 1981, 87 min)
A remote and cursed hotel, built over one of the seven gateways, becomes a yawning malevolent abyss that begins devouring both the bodies and the souls of all who enter in a frenzy of crucifixions, chain-whippings, eyeball impalements, sulphuric-acid meltdowns, flesh-eating tarantulas, and ravenous bloodthirsty zombies. The Beyond is a towering achievement in hair-raising, mind-bending cinematic terror!
Ernest R. Dickerson’s DEMON KNIGHT
(R, 1995, 92 min)
A mysterious drifter known as Brayker (William Sadler) possesses the last of seven ancient keys that hold the power to protect humanity from ultimate evil. But the demonic Collector (Billy Zane) has gathered the other six keys and is now rallying an army of ghouls against Brayker and the inhabitants of a run-down hotel. A terrific cast includes Jada Pinkett-Smith, Thomas Haden Church, CCH Pounder, and Dick Miller.
Joseph Zito’s FRIDAY THE 13th: THE FINAL CHAPTER
(R, 1984, 91 min)
This is the one you’ve been screaming for! Jason returns to Camp Crystal Lake and finds six teenagers (including Crispin Glover) have rented a cabin near his precious territory. Soon Jason finds his way to eliminate all who trespasses his way, but not for long. For one final girl and her little brother, Tommy Jarvis (Corey Feldman), this Friday the 13th will define their destiny.
Dwight H. Little’s HALLOWEEN 4: THE RETURN OF MICHAEL MYERS
(R, 1988, 88 min)
A decade after the events of 1978, Michael Myers comes home again. This time, he returns to Haddonfield for Jamie Lloyd (Danielle Harris), the orphaned daughter of Laurie Strode, and her babysitter Rachel (Ellie Cornell). Can Dr. Loomis (Donald Pleasance) stop Michael before the unholy slaughter reaches his innocent young niece?
Michael Dugan’s MAUSOLEUM: Uncut Version
(R, 1983, 97 min)
Here is one of the most-insane forgotten supernatural flicks of the 1980s featuring a consummate blending of candy-colored craziness a la Hausu mixed with a stylish, sleazy, and outrageously gory production, glowing eyes, ghost genitals, and a series of imaginative death scenes by FX wizard John Carl Buechler. Unlucky Susan entered her family’s mausoleum as a teenager, and ever since an evil presence has been lurking inside of her. Now an adult, something is hiding inside Susan’s body, coming out to murder anyone who comes close to uncovering her secret.
Don Coscarelli’s PHANTASM
(R, 1979, 89 min)
Strange things are happening at the Morningside Cemetery. Jody Pearson (Bill Thornbury) and his younger brother, Mike (Michael Baldwin), are determined to uncover the truth. Now, they’re being chased by lethal flying spheres and hooded creatures commanded by the sinister Tall Man (Angus Scrimm). After escaping with their lives, they enlist their ice cream truck-driving friend, Reggie (Reggie Bannister), to discover the secrets of the living dead who reside at Morningside.
Stan Winston’s PUMPKINHEAD
(R, 86 min, 1988)
When teenagers accidentally kill his son, Ed Harley (Lance Henriksen) invokes a clawed and fanged demon to satisfy his bloodlust. But as the creature wreaks its unspeakable tortures on the teens, Ed confronts a horrifying secret about his connection to the beast and realizes he must stop its deadly mission before he becomes one with it forever!
Ken Wiederhorn’s RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD PART II
(R, 1988, 89 min)
Those brain-eating zombies return in this devilish horror-comedy! Mysterious barrels bounce off an Army transport and land near an abandoned cemetery. A deadly green vapor escapes and turns the living into flesh-eating zombies and causes the dead to rise from their graves. Now, man is pitted against man, and the living against the dead.
Charles E. Sellier, Jr.’s SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT: Unrated Version
(R, 1984, 82 min)
Perhaps the most notorious slasher film of the 1980s! Santa Claus is coming to town…and he’s got an axe! Here is the heart-ripping story of little Billy Chapman who was traumatized by his parents’ Christmas Eve murder. But when grown-up Billy is forced to dress as jolly St. Nick, he goes on a yuletide rampage to punish the naughty! Robert Brian Wilson and Linnea Quigley star in this jaw-dropping horror classic that caused a massive storm of controversy when it was released around the holiday season of 1984.
Andrew J. Kuehn’s TERROR IN THE AISLES
(R, 1984, 84 min)
Splatterflix proudly presents this super-rare screening! Donald Pleasance and Nancy Allen host this rollercoaster ride through the most terrifying moments from horror films like Jaws, Poltergeist, The Exorcist, Halloween, Dawn of the Dead, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Aisles takes all the key scenes from the very best of ’60s, ’70s and early ’80s terror films, and uses brilliant editing techniques to create a feast for any dedicated horror fan’s eyes.