We're going on a Fall Break!
By sword. By pick. By axe. BYE BYE!! THE MUTILATOR is a feel-bad violence machine that lives up to its name ten times over. And it’s a tale as old as time. When a little kid named Ed shoots his mom with a rifle, his Dad flips out and sips a cocktail. Ten years later, Dad asks Ed (and five of his friends) to close up the family’s beach-side condo for the autumn season. And that’s when the medieval hatchet shows up.
Oozing with brutal gore from FX wizard Mark Shostrom (VIDEODROME, EVIL DEAD II), beach-goth mood, and haunted synths, THE MUTILATOR is an undiscovered treasure from the golden age slasher boom. It should also be noted that this movie contains a killer dad-rock theme song called “Fall Break.”
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Restoration courtesy of Arrow Films and the American Genre Film Archive.
After taking shelter in a spooky old mansion, a group of travelers discover a ouija board and decide to spend the night. But they soon learn that playing with the forces of black magic isn't fun and games, and it's not long before they're battling demonic creatures, shape shifters, and other forms of evil!
Of all of the bizarre horror films made in the 1980s, SPOOKIES easily ranks among the weirdest. The film became a fan favorite thanks to its expertly rendered creature effects and notorious for its bizarre production history in which its original creators were fired and replaced by Eugenie Joseph, who added new scenes and re-edited the previously shot footage. Newly restored in 4K from its long lost original negative, SPOOKIES has never looked better.
Restoration courtesy of Vinegar Syndrome and the American Genre Film Archive.