Abduct is a sci-fi horror movie from director Ilyas Kaduji starring Sienna Guillory, William B. Davis, Mhairi Calvey and more.
Crystal blacks out again and awakens to find Malvin dead. She flees in his truck down the highway, but a strange Man in
Black pursues her.
Panicking, Crystal calls the only person around who seems to know anything about the paranormal…the voice talking on the
radio Ridley Kay. At first, Ridley doesn’t believe her story, but she shows up on his doorstep with a Man in Black on her heels.
Ridley calls upon three of his friends for help; the rancher Zane, Alien abduction researcher Laura and the Cherokee scientist
White Path. The Man in Black taunts the men over the phone and warns them that helping Crystal will be a death sentence.
His name is Alistair Cruel.
Unfazed, the three men resolve to help Crystal, but strange occurrences harass them. Electronic gear malfunctions. Ridley
begins suffering night terrors. They lose whole blocks of time; their memories wiped of any activities that might have
occurred. Alistair Cruel enjoys tormenting them with his unexplainable abilities. He teases them that no one truly
understands the paranormal, nor can they fight it.
Finally, the Man in Black lures Crystal to a far-away cave, teasing her with the possibility of saving Malvin. The men pursue
Crystal determined to defeat Alistair Cruel. Whether he’s an alien, an entity or even a government agent, they don’t know…
…but they’re going to stake their lives to find out the Truth.
Episode 2 is loosely about “little people”. We discuss Gnome Alone (2015) and the benefits of sex dungeons in the attic. Then Ralphus (not Rufus) in Bloodsucking Freaks (1976). Finally Belial in Basket Case (1982) and the dangers of carrying large baskets in national parks. Cuteness abounds. We wrap up again with some of the deviant search terms that led people to www.horror-extreme.com and are once again perplexed.
Featuring the audible atrocities of Pazuzu and Ava containing the usual amount of flagrant language and political incorrectness.
Scarlet Fry is unleashing his fifth film Scream Machine (previous films including Junkfood Horrorfest and Nightmare Alley). Introduced by none other than Lloyd Kaufman and containing five twisted tales of madness, murder and mayhem. The press release is as follows:
Deadly Indie Entertainment presents… Scream Machine… the new horror anthology from Writer/Producer/Director… Walter Ruether III… aka your eerie host… Scarlet Fry
Mesa, AZ – February 9, 2015 – Just when you thought it was safe to relax and let out your breath, the evil genius of Scarlet Fry (Walter Ruether III) makes itself known once more in the shape of Scream Machine’s five bloody twisted tales: “Sledgehammer”, “Cannibal Pen Pals”, “April Fool’s Party”, “Septic Shock”, and “Deadly Indie Drive-In”. Each one featuring the three M’s of horror: madness, murder, and mayhem; guaranteed to make you faint, puke, and quite possibly soil your pants!
Scream Machine’s host segments, which introduce Scarlet Fry as Dr. Fry, take place after the Ebola plague wipes out Earth’s entire population. The two exceptions being Dr. Fry and his new assistant Dr. Graves, Dr. “Head”ley Graves (Paul C. Hemmes). Known for bringing to life such cult classics as: Horrorama, Death By VHS, Nightmare Alley, and Junk Food Horror Fest; Writer/Producer/Director Walter Ruether III teams up with filmmaker Paul C. Hemmes to make his latest and quite possibly greatest horror anthology to date. Featuring the acting talents of Lloyd Kaufman (The Toxic Avenger), Sandra E. Williams (Ted 2), and David C. Hayes (A Man Called Nereus).
PLEASE NOTE: Filmmakers are not responsible for spontaneous heart attack or combustion from fright!
We planned to launch this near Christmas but because we’re a bunch of fuck-ups it’s just available now. We watched and discussed Elves (1989), The Children (2008), Santa’s Slay (2005) then get disgusted/perplexed/ashamed about some of the search terms that bring people to this website and try to guess what they were looking for.
The Elves petition we mention is now unfortunately closed. This makes us sad.
Featuring the audible atrocities of Pazuzu “Steve to his Mother” Iscariot and the connoisseur of crap That Ghoul Ava.