5 Off-Beat Streaming Underground Horror Films For Halloween
If you’re tired of the usual serial killers or have gotten bored with the the living dead, here’s a severed handful of quirky horror flicks to make for a wickedly entertaining Halloween.
Four amnesiac women wake up in an underground scientific facility where they are stalked by a psychotic killer who carves the time he will kill them into their flesh.
2012 Spooky Movie Film Festival: Official Lineup
The 7th annual Spooky Movie International Horror Film Festival is an epic event screening new films by Mike Davis, James Eaves, Richard Bates Jr. and tons more.
On DVD (U.K.): Bordello Death Tales
On DVD in England is the horror anthology Bordello Death Tales, directed by fiendish British filmmakers: James Eaves, Alan Ronald and Pat Higgins.
Underground Film Press Presents: Bane, The Original Screenplay
Underground Film Press, the screenplay e-publishing arm of the Underground Film Journal, is proud to announce its fourth release: Bane, written by James Eaves.
Short Horror Movie: T Is For Toilet Paper
T Is for Toilet Paper, a short horror movie by James Eaves, proves to us that there are still unique, cinematic ways to kill people in the movies.
On DVD: Bane And The Devil’s Rock In The UK
Two films by British horror filmmakers, James Eaves and Paul Campion, have been released on DVD in the UK: Bane and The Devil’s Rock.
Underground Horror Movies Streaming On Netflix
Netflix has several underground horror movies available for instant streaming, these below the radar films include, Bane, Bad Biology and more.
5 Scary Underground Movies For Halloween
Take a chance on a scary movie off the beaten path, like Brain Dead, Basement Jack, The Double Born, The Human Centipede and Bane.
2008 Spooky Movie Film Festival: Official Lineup
The third Spooky Movie Film Festival is screening Attackazoids!, Bane, Brain Dead, No Through Road, Strange Girls, Snuff: A Documentary and more scary stuff.