Cue in the gore and high pitched screaming, it’s officially spooky season. If you’re looking for an Octoberfest horror starter pack that’s set to make you lose appetite and possibly expel your scrumptious dinner, these films prove how easy it is to put fear and scream into the night with a little help of prosthetics and blood fx. – Hola Pauline
A noted anthropologist, Professor Harold Monroe (Robert Kerman), and a group of Colombian soldiers set on a mission to find the missing documentary film crew in the wild and undisturbed ‘Green Inferno’ jungle of South America, home to numerous primitive cannibal tribes. With only the untouched film reels as the missing crew’s remains, Monroe flies back to modern civilization to playback the disturbing and gut wrenching horrors captured on tape.
Place your bets and guess which obese woman dies next. The film follows the tale of an Interpol agent Phillip Jackson (Patrick Thompson) as he plays a psychological dangerous cat and mouse game against the Feeders website owner, Michael Carter (Alex O’Loughlin). With the location unknown and lack of judicial back-up, Jackson must race against time to save the next heavy victim force feed with questionable and repulsive fat.
Taking threesome to a whole nother shovel, Robert Schmadtke (Bernd Daktari Lorenz) decides to bring home a decomposing corpse for an unexpected and revolting bedtime fun with his wife, Betty (Beatrice Manowski). Follow the life of an alienated, deranged, and bloodied couple as everything crumbles–his job, the relationship, and the corpse’s skeleton.
Keeping in mind the saying small but deadly, a group of friends come in contact with a flesh-eating disease that brings the bones out and the selfish survival instincts to high gear. This offbeat horror film is set to make you wary of what passes in between your red lips.
An abhorrent trilogy classic centered around a mad scientist’s demented idea of attaching humans together, forming a centipede. Follow the tale of two American woman and a Japanese man that falls victim to the sick and twisted ideas of Dr. Heiter (Dieter Laser).