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Kill, Baby…Kill!

Directed by Mario Bava

Science is pitted against faith when Dr. Paul Eswai (Giancomo Rossi Stuart) arrives in a small 19th-century town where a

Vampyr

Directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer

Shot on location and in three languages at a time when both practices were radical innovations, Dreyer’s haunting vision of

Trouble Every Day

Directed by Claire Denis

Sex and violence bleed together in Claire Denis' erotic horror tale of an American scientist (Vincent Gallo) on honeymoon in

Videodrome

Directed by David Cronenberg

Cable television broadcaster Max Renn (James Woods) discovers a pirate TV station that behaves like an opiate capable of twisting

Hagazussa: A Heathen’s Curse

Directed by Lukas Feigelfeld

In a small Austrian mountain village in the 15th century, a single mother is ostracized by the other residents, who

Housewife

Directed by Can Evrenol

A woman who experienced a tragic loss as a child comes under the spell of a mysterious and charismatic cult

The Endless

Directed by Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead

After receiving a cryptic video in the mail, two brothers return to the Southern California cult they left a decade

Onibaba

Directed by Kaneto Shindô

In war-torn 14th-century Japan, an old woman whose son has gone off to war lives with her daughter-in-law in the

Supernatural

Directed by Victor Halperin

On the strength of their independent horror film WHITE ZOMBIE, a freak success in 1932, Victor and Edward Halperin landed

Double Door

Directed by Charles Vidor

New Yorkers who flocked in the fall of 1933 to see Elizabeth McFadden’s play Double Door knew it was inspired by Manhattan’s

Ich Hunger

Directed by Isaac Olsen

VISITING ARTIST—Tacoma writer, director, photographer, editor and animator Isaac Olsen’s expressionistic art film follows the exploits of an elusive “creature

The Innocents

Directed by Jack Clayton

Deborah Kerr’s startling mid-career performance as the conflicted and repressed governess Miss Giddens haunts this 1961 adaptation of Henry James’