PARANORMAL ACTIVITY (2007)

As someone in the midst of shooting his own short film on pretty much a zero budget, it's inspiring to see something as paltry in its production as Paranormal Activity captivate audiences and dominate the box office the way it did.

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BRAIN DAMAGE (1988)

It's not Henenlotter's best, it's definitely a sloppy film in every sense of the word, but it's got an overabundance of sleazy charm and feels like the crack baby of the alien-buddy sub-genre. If you're a fan of his filmography, then you'll recognize the ringing endorsement, so get on it, if you haven't already.

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FRIDAY THE 13TH PART VIII: JASON TAKES MANHATTAN

Everyone hates this one, except me.

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THE OILY MANIAC (1976)

Grimy, sleazy, stupid rubber-suited fun

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BLOODY MOON (1981)

All this adds up to make Bloody Moon an insanely good time for anyone a fan of Italian slasher schlock, easily putting it shoulder-to-shoulder with the best wierdest shit from Argento, Fulci and the like.

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DEMON SEED (1977)

“…mostly I just found it to be a case of hilariously bad science fiction and creepy misogynistic fantasy.”

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BLACK ROSES (1988)

If you're looking for a midnight film, perhaps something a little chintzy, a little 80's, give this a shot. It's a headbanger, for better or worse.

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SANTA SANGRE (1989)

Santa Sangre is a visually interesting, often times bizarre carny film that hopes beyond all hope it'll hold your attention on those two aspects alone

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HENRY: PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER (1986)

Bleak and filthy. One of the most pungent films to explore all the complex puzzle pieces that construct a serial killer.

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SALEM'S LOT (1979)

Salem's Lot is a foot-dragging horror film that lives and dies on its ability to deliver some truly disturbing, nightmare inducing vampire imagery.

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DESTROY ALL MONSTERS (1968)

Anyway, the rest of Destroy All Monsters was hammy, hokey fun. Gorgeous alien-lady Invaders, flying rocket battles, toy tanks, the destruction of cities across the globe - and of course - tons of useless bureaucratic strategy round off an enjoyable if slightly under-inflated (given the scope) kaiju romp.

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EMPIRE OF PASSION (1978)

If you're even a moderate fan of Oshima's, or enjoy high-drama horror rife with duplicitous behavior, you owe it to yourself to give this one a go.

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