Two names: Larry Buchanan and John Agar. If you don’t understand what this means, you should probably run far away. Don’t look back, just run.


There’s no way to accurately describe this surreal oddity. Classic exploitation masquerading as “educational material” (to circumvent the “decency” police), Maniac has to be experienced. We love it, and you will too. Warning: Brief Nudity


A more apt title for this enjoyably-terrible little clunker may be, The Friendly Dogs Covered With Carpets Remnants. Produced back-to-back with the equally-silly The Giant Gila Monster. Try not to cringe at the character of Griswold. He may be a terrible, racist stereotype, but “Lawdy,” can’t nobody play Dixieland jazz like Griswold!


Bizarre little indie-quickie from the folks at California Balloon Films. They personally submitted this for inclusion here in the theater, so if you don’t like it, blame them.


You know, if Japan would simply stop taking baby monsters from their monster mommies, they wouldn’t have to rebuild Tokyo every few years. aka, Gappa: The Triphibian Monster.


In case you were wondering, this is the one where Hercules fights moon men. #CaptainObviousStrikesAgain


Classic b-grade quickie from the fine folks at American International Pictures. Features include the world’s most depressing wife, the creepiest caretaker this side of Torgo, and the least sexy undergarments of all time!


If you need to be convinced to watch a movie with a title like, Mole Men Against The Son of Hercules, you probably shouldn’t be here.


Delightfully-insane spy flick from our friends in the Philippines. 2′ 9″ action star, Weng Weng stars as Agent 00, in this sequel to the equally-insane For Your Height Only.


Really cheesy reworking of The Most Dangerous Game starring a pre-Brady Bunch Robert Reed. Somehow, despite starring the cute-as-a-bug June Kenney, this isn’t a Roger Corman production.