5 Days of Monsters!
Vampires, Frankenstein, Zombies, Warewolves, and Ghosts!
Curated by Zack Kotzer
Artwork By Max Capacity:
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An early filmmaker and magician, Walter R. Booth is responsible for some old and eerie works.
A smug TV reporter is over his head when trying to get the live scoop on a haunted house.
Goofy by today's standards, The 7th Guest was the peak of PC game technology... circa 1993.
A family is torn apart by a hidden fortune from a recently departed member, also ghosts.
Riveting 1988 Australian prison movie with a young Nick Cave cameo! Incredible soundtrack too!
Things gets hairy when hotel guests are plagued with a werewolf. A hunter lends a hand, but who's hunting who?
Poland's biggest horror movie (Click on CC for captions)
A biker gang visits a monastery where they encounter black-robed monks engaged in worshiping Satan.
When men become wolves, FX wizards become legends... Or embarrassments.
Bob Burns, genre film historian, gives a corny tour of his overwhelming horror and sci-fi collection.
Rob Zombie's introductory ensemble, the horror hound proved that, unlike other bands, monster references shouldn't stop at the title.
Short Japanese claymation about the horrors of zombies and the wonders of violent maids.
Before Paul Anderson and quick-time events, this is how narrative was brought to the zombie plagued Raccoon City.
VICE's drug guru Hamilton Morris explores Haiti for the zombie origins and perhaps the narcotics that make them.
The classic, first zombie film, a melodramatic nosedive into the world of evil voodoo.
Man's best friend carries on even after man goes zombie. It's the dog of the dead in this short film.
The short film that got Tim Burton fired from Disney. Which would later become a feature film... for Disney.
A short behind the scenes of Billy Van's surreal ad-libbed children's show
Produced in a sweaty Canadian studio in marathon time, Billy Van's cherished Saturday morning freak show is a sight to behold.
Dirty Jersey punk rockers Electric Frankenstein tear apart the classic Toronto venue in 1999.
Jesse James hides out in Frankenstein's (grand)daughter's castle and she turns his sidekick into a zombie
Mid-90s vampire punk band that didn't... suck! Oh ho ho. Keep an eye out for a young Eric Wareheim
An American family stays the night at the real life Castle Dracula in the name of reality television.
Vampires dance around Cuban politics in this strange animated comedy.
No really, the Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew really met Dracula!
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