Though elements of the story are problematic, Meridian: Kiss of the Beast still benefits from great production design and decent performances.
Though lacking in acting, plot, and pacing, Laserblast still provides enough B-movie entertainment for any cult film aficionados.
With even more puppet action than before, some fun kills, and a good continuation of the last film, Puppet Master II is an improvement over its predecessor.
Thanks to some amazing creature effects, a compelling and out-there story, and memorable performances, From Beyond is another Stuart Gordon classic.
While hampered by budgetary limitations, Doctor Mordrid works as a fun fantasy film thanks to its lead characters, simple story, and decent visuals.
Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama may have mediocre acting, a ridiculous story, and hokey effects, but it still succeeds at being a fun B-movie.
Though many of the visual effects haven’t aged well, Dollman is still a solidly entertaining film thanks to its strong leads, good story, and fun action.
Essentially a live-action cartoon parodying the 1980’s, TerrorVision works thanks to its fun cast, talented director, and impressive creature effects.
With a strong lead, decent puppetry and visual effects, and fun dark humor, Demonic Toys is yet another fun entry in Full Moon’s catalog.
With a delightful mix of over-the-top gore and black comedy, great performances, and well-written story, Re-Animator more than deserves its cult status.