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Psycho Cop (1989)
You have the right to remain silent.
Psycho Cop 2 (1993)
He's back. And he's still psycho.
Psycho From Texas (1975)
I kept worrying about splinters.
Psycho Pike (1993)
I don't have a fish-on.
Psycho Sisters (1974)
Brenda wears entertaining bathing suits.
Psychopath, The (1975)
The child-abuse-themed-horror-film with a mission.
Psychopathia Sexualis (1966)
When did incest become boring?
A romance with occasional gunshots.
Pumpkin Man Saga, The (2004)
“I don’t really eat like that, it’s just for comedy.”
Punk Vacation (1990)
What do punks do on vacation?
Portrait of a Z'Dartist.
We make friends with the fat kid.
Reincarnate, The (1971)
Immortality at its bust.
Rejuvenator, The (1988)
You can retard the regressive effect.
Remember Me (1985)
Jen's husband takes his pants off in order to change a flat tire.
Rescue Force (1989)
There must be phone calls.
Resurrection of Michael Myers Part 2, The (1989)
Hubba Bubba is universal.
Return To Boggy Creek (1978)
A complete insult to Bigfoot.
Revenge Of Dr. X, The (1970)
He's super stressed out.
Rock House (1988)
Release your inner Dad.
Run Coyote Run (1987)
"It's like the day of last judgement."
Santa And The Ice Cream Bunny (1972)
Christmas is in danger.
Let's talk about dinosaur fights.
Savage Lust (1990)
The agonized rage that’s unique to disfigured maniacs.
Savage Weekend (1976)
Five jerks oversee the rehabilitation of a boat.
Scarlet Fry’s Horrorama (1992)
The best $5,000 ever spent in Van Nuys.
Scary Tales (1993)
After several people are murdered, several people are murdered.
Scream Dream (1989)
Glorious, significant, and borderline illiterate.
Scream For Help (1984)
With solo synthesizer by John Paul Jones.
Scream For Vengeance (1980)
Scream for mustaches.
Screams Of A Winter Night (1979)
At least there's a gorilla mask.
None of this was erotic.
Sh! The Octopus (1937)
The tentacles appear from doorways.
Shock! Shock! Shock! (1987)
The Star of Bartos is popular and seems to contain magical powers.
Silent Scream (1980)
Blame it on the saxes.
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