10 Lesser Known 80s Horror-Comedies Worth Checking Out

If you love 80’s horror comedies, here’s 10 fun, unique movies ones you should check-out:

student bodies

Student Bodies (1981)

A killer named the Breather tallies up a score of teenage bodies in this scathing parody of slasher films. (86 mins.)
Director: Mickey Rose

Trick or Treat (1986)

Sammi Curr was a famous, devil-worshiping rock star who died under mysterious circumstances. Now he wants to come back to life. Doing so requires possessing radio wave & automobiles and making a few human sacrifices. (98 mins.)

Evil Laugh (1986)

A group of Med students fix up an old house over a weekend. Where a mass murder occurred 10 years earlier. Mayhem ensues. (87 mins.)
Director: Dominick Brascia

Spookies (1986)

Taking a wrong turn, travelers find themselves trapped in a mysterious house. One horror after another… (85 mins.)

Blood Diner (1987)

Two cannibalistic brothers kill various young women to make their flesh part of their new special dish at their rundown restaurant while seeking blood sacrifices to awaken a dormant Egyptian goddess. (88 mins.)
Director: Jackie Kong

Saturday the 14th (1981)

A Family moves into a house inhabited by scary creatures and a number of close calls ensue. (75 mins.)
Director: Howard R. Cohen

Motel Hell (1980)

Farmer Vincent kidnaps unsuspecting travellers and is burying them in his garden. Unfortunately for his victims… (101 mins.)
Director: Kevin Connor

Chopping Mall (1986)

Eight teenagers are trapped after hours in a high tech shopping mall and pursued by three murderous security robots out of control. (77 mins.)
Director: Jim Wynorski

976-EVIL (1988)

People who dial 976-EVIL receive supernatural powers and turn into satanic killers. (92 mins.)
Director: Robert Englund

TerrorVision (1986)

A family’s new satellite TV system starts receiving signals from another planet, and soon it becomes the passageway to an alien world. (83 mins.)
Director: Ted Nicolaou

One thought on “10 Lesser Known 80s Horror-Comedies Worth Checking Out

  1. Oh man, I’d totally forgotten about the existence of Trick or Treat. I don’t remember anything about it except loving it when I was a teenager.

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