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Mongrel – USA, 1982

‘Tormented visions of a beast…’ Mongrel is a 1982 American horror film written and directed by Robert A. Burns; it stars Terry Evans, Catherine Molloy and Mitch Pileggi. Aldo Ray has a cameo role. Robert A. Burns was a Texas-based art director,… Read More ›

Human Experiments – USA, 1979

Human Experiments is a 1979 American women-in-prison horror film produced and directed by Gregory Goodell from a screenplay by Richard Rothstein (Bates Motel [1987]; Invitation to Hell; Death Valley), based on Goodell’s storyline. It has also been released as Beyond the Gate and… Read More ›

Evils of the Night – USA, 1985

‘Alien vampires in search of teenage blood!’ Evils of the Night is a 1985 American science fiction horror exploitation feature film directed by Mardi Rustam from a screenplay co-written with Philip Dennis Connors. Previously, Rustam had written and produced Psychic Killer (1976)… Read More ›

Night Shadow – USA, 1989

‘Where evil lurks…’ Night Shadow is a 1989 American werewolf horror film written and directed by Randolph Cohlan (his sole directorial credit). The creature was designed by Mark Crowe based on his story concept. The original title was Night Drop and it… Read More ›

Biohazard – USA, 1985

‘Science gone very, very bad’ Biohazard is a 1984 American science fiction horror film produced, written and directed by Fred Olen Ray (Scalps; Evil Toons; Super Shark), with additional dialogue by T.L. Lankford and Miriam L. Preissel. The film stars Aldo Ray (Bog; Don’t Go Near the… Read More ›

Bog – USA, 1978

‘Craving human flesh. Lusting for human blood’ Bog is a 1978 American horror monster movie directed by Don Keeslar from a screenplay by Carl Kitt. The film was shot around Harshaw, Wisconsin. It was given a limited release theatrically in the United States by Marshall Films in 1983 and… Read More ›

The Centerfold Girls – USA, 1974

‘He was their judge… jury… and executioner!’ The Centerfold Girls – aka Centerfold Girls –  is a 1974 American horror thriller film directed by John Peyser from a screenplay by Bob Peete, based on a story by production executive Arthur Marks (J.D.’s Revenge). The movie stars Andrew… Read More ›