The festival continues with Part Two, featuring TEN more movies, letters I-R! We'd better get right to it!
A chance encounter with a strange mist causes a man to begin to shrink! His whole body, not just...you know. What an emasculating experience for The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957). Even the cat wants to eat him!
Did you see that hole in the ground? Yeah, the one with the water in the bottom. Do you think that maybe we should start making human sacrifices and pour blood into it? Yeah? I think it's a great plan, too! That's Jug Face (2013).
I've always heard that Australia is such a beautiful place. And seemingly all of the wildlife there is ultra-deadly. But now you might just wake up with a stone of death on your pillow! And then one of those ultra-deadly animals is going to kill you, because you're marked for death. Not in the Steven Seagal way, but in the Kadaicha (1988) way.
Look fellas, Elaine Parks may be a tempting sight, but you may want to avoid drinking anything that she prepares for you. You may fall so deeply for The Love Witch (2016), that it kills you.
What is deadlier than one mummy hand? TWO mummy hands! But the title only mentions one. Sorry. It's the first sequel to the Universal Monsters classic, The Mummy's Hand (1940)!
What Linnea Quigley's character does with that lipstick is really the stand-out scene. Can anything else possibly liven up this Night of the Demons (1988)?
Is it just me, or has Carol Kane always seemed just a tiny bit on the verge of becoming completely unhinged? Well, Office Killer (1997) has fulfilled that fantasy for me.
A Japanese silent film that was lost for nearly forty-five years, then rediscovered in a shed by its director? An interesting film preservation method for A Page of Madness (1926).
Is that villa actually haunted by the spirit of a nymphomaniac? Or is the brain of Franco Nero's character just a little bit of a mess? Let's visit A Quiet Place in the Country (1968) and try to find out.
Unrequited love. Such a difficult situation to live with. Especially when you've been manipulated. But the answer is not going to Cambodia and using a zombie formula against your rival! Well, it is in Revolt of the Zombies (1936).