YOUNG WARRIORS
1983, Severin Films, 105 min, USA, Dir: Lawrence D. Foldes

A Californian college town is devastated after a gang of thugs rapes and murders a young woman. Her brother Kevin, dissatisfied with the small-town justice system, recruits his frat brothers to go full vigilante. Debating crime and punishment in the classroom by day and serving up bloody vengeance by night, Kevin and his fraternity risk becoming just as violent and ruthless as those they seek to destroy. With Ernest Borgnine, Richard Roundtree and Lynda Day George.


FROM BEYOND
1986, Park Circus/MGM, 85 min, USA, Dir: Stuart Gordon

Director Stuart Gordon delivers yet another great adaptation of a short story by H.P. Lovecraft. Jeffrey Combs, Ted Sorel and Barbara Crampton are plunged into a terrifying alternate universe when an ambitious scientist decides to forcibly evolve man’s sixth sense organ. This opens up the gate to another dimension, mutating human beings and unleashing monstrous creatures from the netherworld. A wildly imaginative romp through a gleefully cruel horror wonderland. With the original DAWN OF THE DEAD’s Ken Foree.


RE-ANIMATOR
1985, Holland Releasing, 86 min, USA, Dir: Stuart Gordon

Adapted from the H.P. Lovecraft tale of Herbert West, this mind-bending, darkly funny horror thriller was a breakout hit, establishing newcomer director Stuart Gordon as a force to be reckoned with. Impetuous researcher Jeffrey Combs develops a serum that can bring back the dead, something that his new roommate (Bruce Abbott) hadn’t exactly bargained for. Delivers on every front with laughs, shocks and genuine shivers escalating until the outrageous, gore-drenched finale. With Barbara Crampton and David Gale.


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