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Ok, so i absolutely love Roger Corman's horror comedy, "A Bucket of Blood," about an awkward busboy who accidentally kills his landlady's cat and covers it up by wrapping it in plaster. Soon after, he is pressured to produce more pieces of art and turns to human subjects.

Made in just 11 days back in 1932 on a $50,000 budget, "White Zombie" tells the story of a woman (Madge Bellamy) who turns into a zombie at the hands of a voodoo priest (Bela Lugosi).

Boris Karloff and Phyllis Diller both lend their voices to the claymation horror comedy "Mad Monster Party".

In writer and director Jack Hill's cult classic "Spider Baby", we are introduced to the three Merrye children, Elizabeth (Beverly Washburn), Virginia (Jill Banner) and Ralph (Sid Haig), who suffer from a genetic condition that causes its victims to mentally, socially and physically regress into p

"Lucy Harbin was declared legally insane today," narrates a voice during the opening sequence of the 1964 film "Strait-Jacket." Directed by William Castle, "Strait-Jacket" is a fun little gem about a scorned wife, Lucy Harbin (Joan Crawford) who hacks up her husband and his mistress with an axe

Many horror films are derived from a classic myth or legend and in that sense, "Teeth" is no different. "Teeth" tackles the myth of "vagina dentata" in the coming of age story of virginal teenager Dawn (Jess Weixler), who discovers that her vagina has teeth.

Tod Browning's "Freaks" is a film centered around the beautiful trapeze artist Cleopatra (Olga Baclanova), who schemes with her lover, Hercules (Henry Victor), to seduce and marry a circus sideshow midget, Hans (Harry Earles), in order to obtain his large inheritance.

History's most famous detective made a major comeback this weekend with "Sherlock Holmes", and an opening weekend box office take to the tune of $65 million. Robert Downey Jr.

It wasn't the first Christmas themed horror film, but "Silent Night, Deadly Night" would prove to be the most controversial upon its wide release in 1984. Director Charles E. Sellier Jr.'s slasher film caused quite a stir with its provocative promotional campaign.