Killer Party has a bad rap. It hops from genre to genre and has a distinct lack of bloodletting, which would surely frustrate horror fans. But if you can enjoy it for what it is, you're in for a magically entertaining time.
In this scene, a dying man is sent through a teleportation device that still stores the body of a guinea pig within it. The man and the guinea pig are combined creating a bizarre moment that is like something out of a delirious fever dream.
Maguma is possibly the most gratuitous monster in kaijū cinema history. He was so gratuitous that he didn't even make the cut of the American re-edit of Gorath.
Truth be told, every poster I have seen for Yves Robert's The Tall Blond Man with One Black Shoe has been a thing of beauty. It is one of those films that seemed blessed with design greatness.
Hell Comes to Frogtown doesn't quite deliver on its promise of "Rowdy" Roddy Piper pounding his way through hordes of mutant frogmen, but this moment almost makes up for that...
There's not much to say about this really. Just look at it. Ridiculous!
The Underground Banker sounds amazing on paper, but most of the screen time is dedicated to shit comedy. Like this brilliantly stupid scene where Anthony Wong attempts to fuck his sex-starved wife while listening to instructions from an extremely unhelpful sex therapy tape.
The Raping Murderer is borderline unwatchable. I apologise for even bringing it to your attention if you weren't already aware of it. If you have already seen it, I apologise for dredging up any bad memories.
In our final Wes Craven post for the week, I give you the glorious French poster for A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors.
Though Wes Craven's Shocker doesn't garner the same respect as A Nightmare on Elm Street or Scream, it's a hell of a lot of fun. Here's my favourite moment, which, though sadly trimmed by censors, packs a painful punch.