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Michael Fenton Crenshaw, Demogorgon Productions.

Black Sunday 1960

Directed by Mario Bava

Produced by Massismo De Rita

Eyes Without A Face 1960

Directed by Georges Franju

Produced by Jules Borkon 

Mondo Cane 1962

Directed by Gualtiero Jacopetti, Paolo Cavara and Franco Prosoeri

Produced by Gaultiero Jacopetti and Angelo Rizzoli

Carnival Of Souls 1962

Produced and Directed by Herk Harvey

Black Sabbath 1963

Directed by Mario Bava

Produced by Lionello Santi and Alberto Barsanti

Blood Feast 1963

Directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis

Produced by David F. Friedman 

Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! 1965

Directed by Russ Meyer

Produced by Russ and Eve Meyer

Repulsion 1965

Directed by Roman Polanski

Produced by Gene Gutowski

Mondo Topless 1966

Directed by Russ Meyer

Produced by Russ and Eve Meyer

Kill, Baby..... Kill! 1966

Directed by Mario Bava

Produced by Nando Pisani and Luciano Catenacci

The Trip 1967

Produced and Directed by Roger Corman

Mondo Hollywood 1967

Produced and Directed by Robert Carl Cohen

Brigitta 1967

Produced and Directed by Nick Phillips

Spider Baby 1968

Directed by Jack Hill

Produced by Paul Monka and Gil Lasky

HEAD 1968

Directed by Bob Rafelson

Produced by Bert Schneider, Bob Rafelson and Jack Nicholson

Night Of The Living Dead 1968

Directed by George A Romero

Produced by Russell W. Streiner and Karl Hardman

Mondo Trasho 1969

Produced and Directed by John Waters

Invocation Of My Demon Brother 1969

Produced and Directed by Kenneth Anger

Multiple Maniacs 1970

Produced and Directed by John Waters

I Drink Your Blood 1970

Directed by David Durston

Produced by Jerry Gross

Count Yorga, Vampire 1970

Directed by Bob Kelljan

Produced by Michael Macready

Lizard In A Woman's Skin 1971

Directed by Lucio Fulci

Produced by Edmondo Amati and Robert Dorfmann

Fright 1971

Directed by Peter Collinson

Produced by Harry Fine and Michael Style 

Goodbye Uncle Tom 1971

Produced and Directed by Gualtiero Jacopetti and Franco Prosperi

The Last House On The Left 1972

Directed by Wes Craven

Produced by Sean S. Cunningham

Pink Flamingos 1972

Produced and Directed by John Waters

Blacula 1972

Directed by William Crain

Produced by Samuel Z. Arkoff and Joseph T. Naar

Tombs Of The Blind Dead 1972

Directed by Amando de Ossorio

Produced by José Antonio Pérez and Salvadore Romero

Deep Throat 1972

Directed by Gerard Damiano

Produced by Louis 'Butchie' Peraino

What Have You Done To Solange? 1972

Directed by Massismo Dallamano

Produced by Fulvio Luciano, Leo Pescarolo and Horst Wendlandt

Coffy 1973

Directed by Jack Hill

Produced by Robert Papazian

Torso 1973

Directed by Sergio Martino

Produced by Carlo Ponti

The House That Vanished 1973

Directed by José Ramón Larraz

Produced by Diana Daubeney

TNT Jackson 1974

Produced and Directed by Cirio Santiago

The Living Dead At The Manchester Morgue 1974

Directed by Jorge Grau

Produced by Manuel Pérez and Edmondo Amati

Vampyres 1974
Directed by José Ramón Larraz 
Produced by Brian Smedley-Aston

Foxy Brown 1974

Directed by Jack Hill

Produced by Buzz Feitshans 

Black Christmas 1974

Produced and Directed by Bob Clark

Frightmare 1974

Directed by Pete Walker

Produced by Pete Walker and Tony Tenser

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 1974
Produced and Directed by Tobe Hooper

House Of Whipcord 1974

Produced and Directed by Pete Walker

Deranged 1974

Directed by Jeff Gillen and Alan Ormsby

Produced by Tom Karr

California AXE Massacre 1974

Directed by Frederick R Friedel

Produced by JG Patterson Jr

Hippy Hooker 1974

Produced and Directed by Pete Chiarella 

Space Is The Place 1974

Directed by John Coney

Produced by Jim Newman

The Horrible House On The Hill 1974

Directed by Sean MacGregor and David Sheldon

Produced by Michael Blowitz and Dylan Jones

Symptoms 1974

Directed by José Ramón Larraz

Produced by Jean L. Dupuis

Lips Of Blood 1975

Directed by Jean Rollin

Produced by Lionel Wallmann and Jean-Marie Ghanassia

Night Train Murders 1975

Directed by Aldo Lado

Produced by Pino Buricchi and Paulo Infascelli

Profondo Rosso (Deep Red) 1975

Directed by Dario Argento

Produced by Salvatore Argento

Shivers 1975

Directed by David Cronenberg

Produced by Ivan Reitman

The Killer Of Dolls 1975

Directed by Miguel Madrid

Produced by Rafael Ibáñez and Ramón Ibáñez

Bad Barbara 1976

Produced and Directed by Pete Chiarella

Snuff 1976

Directed by Michael Findlay and Horacio Fredriksson

Produced by Jack Bravman and Allan Shackleton

Alice, Sweet Alice 1976

Directed by Alfred Sole

Produced by Richard J. Rosenburg and Alfred Sole

Take An Easy Ride 1976

Directed by Kenneth Rowles

Produced by Chris Rowles and Kenneth Rowels

Satan's Slave 1976

Directed by Norman J Warren

Produced by Les Young and Richard Crafter

The Tenant 1976

Directed by Roman Polanski

Produced by Andrew Braunsberg

Assault On Precinct 13 1976

Directed by John Carpenter

Produced by J S Kaplan

Rabid 1977

Directed by David Cronenberg

Produced by John Dunning

The Child 1977

Directed by Robert Voskanian

Produced by Robert Dadashian

Last House On Dead End Street 1977

(Initial limited Uncut Release 1972)

Produced and Directed by Paul Watkins

Blue Sunshine 1977

Directed by Jeff Lieberman

Produced by George Manasse

Prey 1977

Directed by Norman J Warren

Produced by Terrence Marcel and David Wimbury

Suspiria 1977

Directed by Dario Argento

Produced by Gianni Minervini and Antonio Avati

Terror 1978

Directed by Norman J Warren 

Produced by Les Young and Richard Crafter

The Comeback 1978

Produced and Directed by Pete Walker

Dawn Of The Dead 1978

Directed by George A. Romero

Produced by Richard P. Rubenstein

Jubilee 1978

Directed by Derek Jarmam

Produced by Howard Malin and James Whaley

The Driller Killer 1979 

Directed by Abel Ferrara

Produced by Rochelle Weisberg

Beyond The Darkness 1979

Directed by Joe D'Amato

Produced by Dario Rossetti and Ermanno Donati

Zombie 1979

Directed by Lucio Fulci

Produced by Ugo Tucci and Fabrizio De Angelis

Phantasm 1979

Directed by Don Coscerelli

Produced by D A Coscerelli

The Dark 1979

Directed by John 'Bud' Cardos and Tobe Hooper

Prouduced by John 'Bud' Cardos, Dick Clark and Edward L Montoro

To All A Goodnight 1980

Directed by David A Hess

Produced by Sandy Cobe Jay Rasumny, Alex Rebar, Sharyon Reis Cobe and Rick Whitfield

Antropophagus 1980

Directed by Joe  D'Amato

Produced by Joe D'Amato, George Eastman and Oscar Santaniello

The Boogeyman 1980
Directed by Ulli Lommel
Produced by Ulli Lommel and Gillian Gordon

House On The Edge Of The Park 1980

Directed by Ruggero Deodato

Produced by Franco Di Nunzio and Franco Palaggi

Prostitute 1980

Produced and Directed by Tony Garnett

Nightmare City 1980

Directed by Umberto Lenzi

Produced by Luis Mendez and Diego Alchimede​

Don't Go In The House 1980

Directed by Joseph Ellison

Produced Ellen Hammill

Macabre 1980

Directed by Lamberto Bava

Produced by Gianni Bava and Antonio Avati

Cannibal Holocaust (uncut) 1980 

Directed by Ruggero Deodato

Produced by Franco Di Nunzio and Franco Palaggi

City Of The Living Dead 1980

Directed by Lucio Fulci

Produced by Mino Loy

Don't Answer The Phone 1980

Directed by Robert Hammer

Produced by Michael D. Castle and Robert Hammer

Out Of The Blue 1980

Directed by Dennis Hopper

Produced by Leonard Yakir

The House By The Cemetery 1981

Directed by Lucio Fulci

Produced by Fabrizio De Angelis 

Dawn Of The Mummy 1981

Produced and Directed by Frank Agrama

The Burning 1981
Directed by Tony Maylam
Produced by Harvey Weinstein 

Inseminoid 1981

Directed by Norman J Warren

Produced by Richard Gordon and David Speechley

The Prowler 1981

Directed by Joseph Zito

Produced by Joseph Zito and David Streit

Just Before Dawn 1981

Directed by Jeff Lieberman 

Produced by Doro Vlado Hreljanovic, David Sheldon and V. Paul Hreljanovic

Absurd 1981

Directed by Joe D'Amato (as Peter Newton)

Produced by Joe D'Amato, Donatella Donati and Edward Sarlui

Tenebrae 1982

Directed by Dario Argento

Produced by Claudio Argento and Salvatore Argento

Pieces 1982

Directed by J Piquer Simon

Produced by Dick Randall and Stephen Minasain

Xtro 1982

Directed by Harry Bromley Davenport

Produced by Mark Forstater

Mansion Of The Living Dead 1982

Produced and Directed by Jess Franco

Ghostkeeper 1982

Directed by James Makichuk

Produced by Howard J. Cole

Sleepaway Camp 1983 

Directed by Robert Hiltzik

Produced by Jerry Silva and Michele Tatosian

House On Sorority Row 1983

Directed by Mark Rossman

Produced by John G Clark

Videodrome 1983

Directed by David Cronenberg

Produced by Claude Héroux Pierre David and Victor Solnicki

A Blade In The Dark 1983

Directed by Lamberto Bava

Produced by Lamberto Bava, Mino Loy and Luciano Martino

Night Of The Comet 1984

Directed by Thom Eberhardt

Produced by Andrew Lane and Wayne Crawford

Nail Gun Massacre 1985

Directed by Bill Leslie and Terry Lofton

Produced by Terry Lofton

Demons 1985

Directed by Lamberto Bava

Produced by Dario Argento

Blood Cult 1985

Directed by Christopher Lewis

Produced by Linda Lewis

Screamplay 1985

Directed by Rufus Butler Seder

Produced Dennis M. Piana

Mountaintop Motel (Massacre) 1983

Produced and Directed by Jim McCullough Snr

Vamp 1986

Directed by Richard Wenk

Produced by Donald P. Borchers

The House Of The Blue Shadows 1986

Directed by Beppe Cino

Produced by Beppe Cino and Remo Angioli

Bloody New Year 1987

Directed by Norman J. Warren

Produced by Hayden Pearce

Stage Fright (Deliria) 1987

Directed by Michele Soavi 

Produced by Aristide Massacessi and Donatella Donati 

Mondo New York 1988

Directed by Harvey Nikolai Keith

Produced by Stuart S. Shapiro

Hide And Go Shriek 1988

Directed by Skip Schoolnik

Produced by Dimitri Villard

Intruder 1989

Directed by Scott Spiegel 

Produced by Lawrence Bender and Sam Raimi

The Washing Machine 1993

Directed by Ruggero Deodato

Produced by Alessandro Canzio

Kids 1995

Directed by Larry Clark

Produced by Cary Woods

Ken Park 2002

Directed by Larry Clark and Edward Lachmam

Produced by Kees Kasander and Jean-Louis Piel

The Manson Family 2003

Initial incomplete edit released in 1997

Directed by Jim Van Bebber

Produced by Carl Daft, David Gregory, Mike King and Jim Van Bebber

Wassup Rockers 2005

Directed by Larry Clark

Produced by Larry Clarke, Kevin Turan and Henry Winterstem

Easter Bunny Kill! Kill! 2006

Directed by Chad Ferrin

Produced by Trent Haaga

The House Of The Devil 2009

Directed by Ti West

Produced by Josh Braun, Roger Kass, Larry Fessenden and Peter Phok

Bloody Bloody Bible Camp 2012

Directed by Vito Trabucco

Produced by Reggie Bannister and David C. Hayes

The Sleeper 2012

Directed by Justin Russell

Produced by Justin Russell and Dana Jackson

Antrum 2018

Produced and Directed by David Amito and Michael Laicini

The Left Hand Path 2014 (Released in 2017, 2019 full edit)

Directed and Produced by Michael Fenton Crenshaw and Clive C. Curtis

House Of The Laughing Cuckoo Clocks 2020

Produced and Directed by Michael Fenton Crenshaw

Film Of The Month

               June

The Comeback 1978

Produced and Directed by Pete Walker

The Comeback (also known as The Day The Screaming Stopped) is a 1978 British slasher film directed by Pete Walker and featuring Jack Jones, Pamela Stephenson and David Doyle in a most unusual role that has to be seen to be believed (he was well known at the time for playing Bosley in Charlie's Angels). The plot follows a successful but dormant American singer who retreats to a remote manor house in Surrey, England to record a new album.  He is followed there by a psychopath donning a hag mask, who murdered his ex-wife.

The film was first released in the United Kingdom on 16 June 1978 and was subsequently shown at the Barbican Centre in London as part of a Pete Walker retrospective in November 2014. 

The Comeback is considered to be more conventional than some of Walker's earlier works and has been credited along with Walker's Schizo as foreshadowing the development of the slasher films during the 1980s

Even if viewed as his most straightforward horror effort, The Comeback has enough twists and turns to keep the audience guessing, resulting in an entertaining and somewhat alterative whodunit/slasher film. 

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