Man, there’s so much on Tubi. Here are ten more movies you should check out. Let me know if you’d like to contribute.
One of the original video nasties, this movie is pretty much Blood Feast on Bourbon Street. If you were thinking of getting the Severin blu ray, check it out here and then order it. I have also called this movie “reprehensible trash” as a compliment.
Valentine is a post-Scream slasher that feels closer to a giallo than a slasher at times, with artistic death sequences and a masked killer who wears the face of Cupid. It’s not the best slasher, but for the 2000s, it’s not the worst either.
This film took me by surprise and took me on a wild ride with four of the worst behaved kids since Who Can Kill a Child? or Devil Times Five. This one gets darker to a shocking degree while still being pretty hilarious.
There are people who dislike this movie and make fun of it and those are the kind of people worth never talking to. Instead, we should celebrate a movie with an incredible soundtrack and a need to not be what people wanted it to be. Tell me your dream name.
What if Charles Bronson fought Puzuzu? Well, we may never know but this is as close as we’re going to get.
Once planned as a movie to be directed by Lucio Fulci, this movie boasts incredible effects and no small amount of gore. Directed by special effects artist Sergio Stivaletti, it’s also like if the T-800 was made in the Victorian era. You can also order this from Severin.
Bluebeard given a futuristic twist, this film proves that giallo can survive well beyond the 70s and can be vibrant today.
A movie made for Saturday afternoons, this is the kind of movie that helps you escape into a better world of monsters, magic and Caroline Munro.
Proving the fact that I will watch any movie with John Saxon in it. It’s also the answer to the question “Did the director of Death Spa make anything else?”
A comic book movie made with no budget and all the heart in the world as well as a body count of 87, this is everything right with action movies. All hail Firstenberg, Dudikoff, James and Cannon.