In an alternate reality, not so terribly different from our current surreal state of insanity, a secret government lab in Nebraska has created the zombie virus, and predictably, it is unleashed into an unsuspecting illicit strip club infecting their most popular dancer, then others.
Marie is a lonely vampire, very selective, feeding only from bad people. She is always careful to “finish her food”, ensuring that her victims won’t come back to cause trouble. A recent victim, Tony, a Pittsburg mobster, complicates undercover cop, Joe Gennaro’s investigation. Marie’s next victim is Sal “The Shark” Macelli, and through a series of missteps, she is unable to “finish him”. Once he realizes what happened, he decides to give new meaning to the term “made men”.
After a gig, the band “The Killer Barbies” drives to the next stop on their tour when their van breaks down in the middle of nowhere. Arkan, the secretary for the Countess Fledermaus, finds them and invites them to stay at the castle until someone can come to fix the van.
At a party at Jim and Linda’s house, Linda’s ex boyfriend, Brandon, who was once Jim’s best friend, brings a Ouija Board which they use to contact the spirit of a child named David. Linda is so intrigued by this, she begins using the board herself, and becomes enthralled by an evil spirit. Jim and Brandon must overcome their adversity to save Linda.
I love creature features! They often blur lines between horror/thriller/sci fi (and comedy). Jaws is in my top 3 movies of all time and it is universally accepted as horror and I have a well established affinity for crappy shark movies. Clearly, I watched these over a period of a couple days.
Movies #7, #8, and #9 (I’m not counting 3-Headed Shark attack, as I’d previously review that one for a past 31-DoH) of the 2020 31-Days of Horror.
Barbara and her brother Johnnie go to visit their mother’s grave when they are attacked by a strange man. Johnnie is killed in the struggle and Barbara, panicked and without the key to the car, runs away. She finds shelter in a remote farmhouse, finding others who were also attacked. They’re trapped as the walking dead surround them and they must learn how to work together to escape… or not.
The designer drug problem, specifically Bath Salts, in New York has caused the producers to come up with stronger strains of the drug. One inventive producer is using a military grade weaponized chemical in his strain. This strain is 100% addictive after the first use, and causes violent outburts. Agent Forster is on a mission to end designer drug use and production in New York using every resource at his disposal.