1988, Vinegar Syndrome, 88 min, USA, Dir: Bill Hinzman

“They’re coming to get you Barbara … again?” In 1968, Bill Hinzman shambled his way through a Pittsburgh cemetery, becoming the very first zombie in George A. Romero’s landmark horror film NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD. Twenty years later - thanks to a lack of copyright on NIGHT - he literally resurrected his iconic ghoul, writing, directing and starring in a very unauthorized pseudo-sequel. When an ancient evil is accidentally awakened on Halloween, unleashing a horde of zombies, a group of college students must try to warn the town before they all become the living dead. Featuring a plethora of gory special effects, a haunting score, and the ability to withstand a double blast of lawsuits from Romero and NIGHT co-writer John A. Russo, Hinzman's tour de force will melt your mind and eat you alive.

2017, Film Factory, 102 min, Spain/Argentina, Dir: Álex de la Iglesia

Director Álex de la Iglesia (DAY OF THE BEAST, WITCHING & BITCHING) makes a welcome return with this psychological thriller spiked with black humor. After a patron is killed by an unknown shooter while attempting to leave a Madrid bar, the remaining customers (among them Blanca Suárez, Mario Casas and Carmen Machi) hunker down - and ultimately turn on one another while trying to figure out how to survive and escape.

2017, 80 min, USA, Dir: Graham Skipper

A reclusive video arcade repair technician, Oz (Chase Williamson), has his reality fractured when a mysterious new arcade machine appears in his shop and a beautiful woman (Fabianne Therese) enters his life. Inspired by films such as VIDEODROME and ALTERED STATES, this surreal sci-fi stunner throws Oz down the rabbit hole, featuring strange metaphysical forces, bizarre biomechanical mutations and Cronenbergian hallucinations.

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