Horror

Horror

A macabre selection of spine-tingling cinema.

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Horror
  • The Bloody Brood

    Directed by Julian Roffman | 80 mins | 1959
    A pioneering work of Canuxploitation, Roffman’s feature debut stars Jack Betts as a straight-and-narrow cat who, investigating his brother’s death from eating a hamburger seasoned with ground glass, descends to a seedy underworld of beatnik baddies, a d...

  • The Mask

    Directed by Julian Roffman | 83 mins | 1961
    Investigating the mysterious death of a patient, Dr. Allan Barnes (Paul Stevens) discovers a strange tribal mask among the personal effects of the deceased—and, when he puts it on, unlocks a gateway to a nightmare world that will threaten his very sanity.

  • Vampir-Cuadecuc

    Directed by Pere Portabella | 66 mins | 1970
    Shot on black-and-white 16mm stock on the set of Eurosleaze maestro Jesús Franco’s 1970 Christopher Lee vehicle Count Dracula, Portabella’s cult classic is a richly atmospheric metacommentary on filmmaking that blurs the boundaries between the real and...

  • A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night

    Directed by Ana Lily Amirpour | 104 mins | 2014
    Amirpour’s atmospheric, entirely original, black-and-white thriller gave an infusion of fresh blood to the venerable vampire movie genre, revolving around the figure of a mysterious, chador-clad female bloodsucker who exercises a powerful pull on a ...