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Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama

January 29, 1988

Sorority boss Babs (Robin Rochelle) orders pledges (Linnea Quigley, Brinke Stevens) to steal a bowling trophy, but they drop it and free an imp.

Slugs

February 5, 1988

A health inspector (Michael Garfield) and two helpers hunt mutant killer slugs that call the sewer home.

Return To Horror High

January 9, 1987

In the early 1980s, a series of gruesome murders occurred at Crippen High School. The killer was never apprehended. A few years later, a film crew uses the now-abandoned Crippen High as the set for a film about the murders. But an uninvited guest star — the killer the film is based on — makes a cameo appearance on the set. As the murderous madman terrorizes the cast and crew, leading man Steven Blake (Brendan Hughes) and leading lady Callie Cassidy (Lori Lethin) set out to stop him.

Psychos In Love

May 1, 1987

A bartender (Carmine Capobianco) and manicurist (Debi Thibeault) like to kill, and decide to kill a topless dancer together.

Pin

January 27, 1989

Isolated by his strange parents, Leon finds solace in an imaginary friend, which happens to be an anatomy doll from his father’s doctor office. Unfortunately, the doll begins to take over Leon’s life, and his sister’s life as well.

Nick Knight

August 20, 1989

An archaeologist (Laura Johnson) falls in love with a homicide detective (Rick Springfield) cursed by his master (Michael Nader) to live as a vampire.

Making Contact

November 21, 1985

An 11-year-old (Joshua Morrell) with psychic powers uses a toy telephone to communicate with his late father.

The Initiation

December 7, 1984

An amnesiac sorority pledge (Daphne Zuniga) has nightmares about her parents (Vera Miles, Clu Gulager) and a stranger.

House II: The Second Story

August 28, 1987

A man (Arye Gross) and his friend (Jonathan Stark) exhume an ancestor (Royal Dano) in the house where his parents were killed.

House

February 28, 1986

A mounted fish moves, household objects levitate, and monsters haunt a troubled novelist (William Katt).