Frank and Eleanor Perry's The Swimmer holds a powerful lens on the main character, slowly breaking apart Ned Merrill to reveal a truth that cannot be expected. It is equal parts bizarre, uncomfortable, enthralling and devastating, offering a perfect counter-balance to the sunny rays of August.
Alongside all of the butt jokes anyone could ever want, Society is an aggressive Invasion of the Body Snatchers-esque story, absolutely skewering the rich yuppie culture of the 1980's by depicting them as murderous, incestuous beasts.
A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 lives in infamy as a cult classic, laden with queer subtext, and remains one of the most layered and interesting instalments to the franchise.
The Honeymoon Killers is a sordid masterpiece - written and directed by Leonard Kastle and inspired by the true story of 'The Lonely Hearts Killers", a dangerous duo named Raymond Ferandez and Martha Jule Beck, who murdered as many as 20 women between 1947 and 1949, by answering lonely hearts ads in newspapers.
Friends and enemies of Valentine's Day and lovers of the Great Canadian Slasher Film rejoice, because our annual screening of MY BLOODY VALENTINE is back, with a vengeance!
Richelle Charkot and Emily Gagne will be selling their horror zine SLICES on February 8 before the MUFF TO screening of Buffy the Vampire Slayer at The Carlton Cinema!
[...] the movie makes you feel like you mixed Nyquil with Prozac and you’re trying not to freak out." - Jason Soto
"[...] meat never looked more distasteful." - The Worldwide Celluloid Massacre
Ten year-old Michael Laemle has a couple of problems on his plate. He just moved to a new neighbourhood, he's got no friends, he's painfully shy around the other kids at school, he's plagued with nightmares, and to top it all off: he's pretty sure his parents are cannibalistic killers.
Does the thought of WHITE CHRISTMAS and IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE make you want to puke? If yes, then we have the holiday event for you! Join fellow trash connoisseurs as Ladies of Burlesque and Retropath: A Bizarre Cinema Showcase co-present a yuletide celebration of teenage delinquency, unwed mothers, and crime sprees with FEMALE TROUBLE—John Waters' smutty exercise in debasement and degradation!
Imagine, if you will, a more important event than Christmas taking place on December 25. 92 years ago on Christmas day, Esther Cooper Serling and Samuel Lawrence Serling welcomed their little bouncing baby boy into the world: the inevitably smokey sci-fi powerhouse behind such shows as The Twilight Zone and The Night Gallery, Rod Serling.