Continuing with our Obscure Horror Watch List, and remember army you can join in on this! If you can think of a movie you think should be included just leave a comment below or message me on my personal Facebook page because I'm seeing what all of you have to say! Kicking off week 2 of our obscure horror watch list for the month of Halloween.
11. Sculpture- I got to see this cool film at Fright Night Film Fest earlier this year and now with it's distribution everyone will be able to check it out wherever videos are sold and rented!
Haunted by dark images from a repressed past, struggling artist Ashley Steele (Raine Brown) returns to her childhood home following the death of her parents. Accepting a commission from a well-known art dealer (Alan Rowe Kelly), she enlists body-builders as models and enthusiastically embarks upon the project. However, her fragile, new-found confidence cannot withstand her brother’s obsessive behavior or her accelerating visions of childhood trauma. As a childhood friend (Misty Mundae) reaches out to help, Ashley spirals down a path of unspeakable horror, mutilation, and murder.
12. Eden Lake- This is just a really cool movie I got see a few years ago.
Like a bad dream turned worst nightmare, Eden Lake is a "relentlessly tense and immaculately paced" (Twitch Film) horror-thriller about modern youth gone wild. When a young couple goes to a remote wooded lake for a romantic getaway, their quiet weekend is shattered by an aggressive group of local kids. Rowdiness quickly turns to rage as the teens terrorize the couple in unimaginable ways, and a weekend outing becomes a bloody battle for survival.
13. Broken- If you like brutal stalker types and you haven't scene this film then it's for you! The DVD cover isn't misleading at all.
Hope and her young daughter are abducted and brought to a remote forest by a mysterious and nameless man. As Hope is forced to undergo a series of humiliating, violent, and degrading trials, she fights desperately to escape and discover the fate of her missing daughter.
14.Train- Don't judge this film simply by the short name, it follows along the same path as the Hostel films and Touristas.
Touring Eastern Europe with her college wrestling team, Alex (Thora Birch) attends a debauched late-night party that causes Alex and several teammates to miss their train to Odessa. Her coach is furious, but a mysterious woman offers the coach and wrestlers a ride on an alternative train. The coach agrees, and the athletes, exhausted and hung over, gratefully climb aboard. But the train harbors a deadly secret, and for Alex and her fellow passengers, a blood-soaked nightmare is just beginning.
15. Blood Creek- This film was so overlooked and another ball drop by the studio behind it. Director Joel Schumacher did a great job with this dark film.
Two brothers seeking revenge for a kidnapping find themselves in the middle of occult experiments dating back to World War II.