In Depression-era New York, an elderly man named Albert Fish lured children to their deaths. Filmmaker John Borowski tells the true story of the sadomasochistic cannibal in this grisly docudrama, which also features interviews with outsider artist Joe Coleman and true-crime author Katherine Ramsland. The film was an official selection at the 2006 Bloodbath U.K. Horror and Exploitation Film Festival.
While a college girl experiences the horrible nightmare of being held captive by a cannibalistic serial rapist, FBI agent Samantha Deatherage frantically searches for her in this horror-thriller inspired by a true story.
Cheesy movie Saturday // Southern beauty pageant winner Dawn Smith is targeted by a sadistic stalker whose obsession with her leads him to kidnap her younger sister. He then taunts her family with a series of cruel phone calls in this thriller based on a shocking true story.
Winner of five Oscars, this artful black-and-white silent film follows the romance between a silent-era superstar on a downward spiral and a rising young starlet who embraces the future of cinema at the dawn of the "talkies."
This documentary follows three filmmakers conducting research for a fictional feature film about a sex slave from Latin America. As their hearts are changed by the victims they encounter, their quest to make a movie becomes its own story.
Oscar-nominated actor Robert Forster (Jackie Brown) narrates this explosive toast to the American exploitation film, an admittedly lowbrow art form with undeniably high entertainment value -- and a staple of so-called grind house cinema. Highlights include clips from long-forgotten gems, plus interviews with grind house aficionados Joe Dante, Jack Hill, John Landis, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Fred Williamson and more.