A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 2: FREDDY’S REVENGE
1985, Warner Bros., 87 min, USA, Dir: Jack Sholder

“You got the body, I got the brains.” As the new kid on the block, Jesse (Mark Patton) is just trying to fit in. But when his family unknowingly moves into the murder house on Elm Street, something tries to fit inside of him - Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund) is back and planning to use Jesse as his vessel out of dreamland into the real world.


MY BLOODY VALENTINE
1981, Paramount, 93 min, Canada, Dir: Greg Mihalka

The town of Valentine’s Bluff has not celebrated its namesake holiday ever since a horrible coal mining accident sent survivor Harry Warden on a killing spree. After 20 years, the townspeople decide to ignore superstition and throw a Valentine’s Day dance - but when a phantom coal miner starts slaughtering people, has Harry Warden returned for revenge?


LOVE ME DEADLY
1972, Code Red DVD, 95 min, USA, Dir: Jacques Lacerte

Lindsey (Mary Charlotte Wilcox) finds herself drawn to funerals of complete strangers in order to be turned on. Craving more, she strikes a deal with a mortician so that she can fulfill her unholy passions with the tenderness of cold, dead flesh. With Lyle Waggoner.


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