Imaginative creature features harnessing the never-ending magic of practical effects, these 80s monster movies don't get enough love.
It's time to get stressed with the top 10 thriller movies of the 1990s.
On the hunt for more Sleeper Comedies Of The 1980s, we take a look at State Park from 1988.
1987's Anguish is an inventive 1980s Spanish slasher that packs strange style that's worth revisiting.
How I Got Into College is one of those late 80s gems that often gets overlooked.
Horror directing legend Tobe Hooper directed The Funhouse in 1981 and it still remains a deliciously creepy classic horror movie.
Stay Out Of The Attic brings Shudder subscribers into a haunted house creature feature with a Nazi scientist.
Released 37 years ago today, Stephen King's Children of the Corn remains of the greatest 80s horror movies of all time.
Alone is a pulse-pounding entertainingly tenebrous take on the standard chased by a maniac thriller.
Shout! Studios' Let's Scare Julie is fun, but never breaks free from rigid thriller territory. Horror heads may likely be unsatisfied.
Delivery, spastic movements and a brilliant balance of dorkiness and smoothness, Anthony Michael Hall made all-time great comedies infinitely funnier.
It's innovative insanity in Arrow Video's 50s monster movie, Lake Michigan Monster, streaming now.
More attention-grabbing than the scares, the 1989 adaptation of Stephen King's Pet Sematary a spooky classic that will continue to gain fans.
If you're up for saltwater scares and feeling genuinely uncomfortable, Shudder's The Beach House is here for you.
Gruesome enough to satisfy the sick cinema crowd and just the right kind of outrageous, Shudder original movie Yummy is streaming now.
Up the Creek is your classic slobs versus snobs premise with a uniqueness that shines above the dozens of 80s comedies with the same idea.