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Top 10 Modern Horror Cult Classics

Buried in the deep recesses of Streaming Platforms, you can find the next generation of Horror Cult Classic gold.


10. Night of Something Strange (2016)

Billed as a Horror Comedy, I don't think I've ever seen a film so committed to grossing you out. Ever.

FAVORITE REVIEW: "It’s queasily, disgustingly brilliant, yet another argument for practical over CGI and it’s funny as all hell." - Wicked Horror

WATCH NOW: Tubi or Amazon Prime


9. I Survived a Zombie Holocaust (2014)

A movie crew is attacked by zombies, while making a zombie film. In New Zealand.

FAVORITE REVIEW: "As a product of a post-modern world where creativity is almost as dead as the film’s zombies, Guy Pigden’s I Survived a Zombie Holocaust proves that enjoyment can still be had when almost nothing is unique. The film works wonderfully as a meta acceptance that there is pretty much nothing left to do with the zombie genre." - Scream Magazine

WATCH NOW: Tubi or Pluto


8. Suburban Gothic (2014)

Kat Dennings lights up the screen in every scene.

FAVORITE REVIEW: "That’s sort of where the dry, wise-assed, and slyly appealing Suburban Gothic fits in: it’s a comedy that sort of stumbles into horror territory, and the result is pretty amusing." - TheHorrorShow.TV

WATCH NOW: Hulu, YouTube or Amazon Prime


7. Uncle Peckerhead (2020)

Uncle Peckerhead, works as an excellent independent film with slices of horror intersected. Kudos to Chet Siegel, Ruby McCollister, Jeff Riddle, and David Littleton.

FAVORITE REVIEW: "Uncle Peckerhead, for all its cannibalistic horror qualities, is surprisingly full of heart. Great care is taken to present a realistic glimpse into the life of a struggling touring band." - Bloody Disgusting

WATCH NOW: Tubi or Vudu


6. Mole Man of Belmont Ave (2013)

There's a monster in the basement and two slacker slumlords need to figure out a solution.

FAVORITE REVIEW: I love when horror and comedy mesh to create a perfectly dark film that can make you squirm while making you laugh. - Horror Society

WATCH NOW: Tubi or Amazon Prime


5. Camp Death III in 2D (2018)

A strange, quirky outing filling with WTF moments and unique camera angles. Successfully straddles the horror line between hilarious and flat out stupid.

FAVORITE REVIEW: "Camp Death III in 2D is what you’d get if Seth MacFarlane made a Troma movie. We good here?" - Horrorbuzz.com

WATCH NOW: Tubi


4. Bloodsucka Jones 2 vs The Creeping Death (2017)

This movie moves at its own pace and timing. Horror found at the intersection of campy and irrelevant.

FAVORITE REVIEW: "The film is made up of kooky vignettes and oddball side stories that usually take us far from the main action. You’ll definitely have a tough time trying to guess what’s coming next!" - Indie Horror Online

WATCH NOW: Amazon Prime


3. Attack of the Killer Donuts (2016)

The best food-attacking-humans movie since Attack of the Killer Tomatoes. If you're wondering if the deranged, corrupt cop is C. Thomas Howell. Yes, yes it is.

FAVORITE REVIEW: "Attack of the Killer Donuts is a fun and cheesy creature feature with likable characters played by a wonderful cast." - Pop Horror

WATCH NOW: Tubi or Amazon Prime


2. Deathgasm (2015)

Dark humor, dark metal, and dark horror, hilariously blended. Another entry on the list from down under.

FAVORITE REVIEW: "All the blood, gore, metal, and violence one can want in one place." - Cinema Crazed

WATCH NOW: Tubi or Amazon Prime


1. Dude Bro Party Massacre III (2015)

A gloriously over-the-top splatterfest from the comedians at 5 Second Films.

Patton Oswald makes an appearance in a supporting role. Don't worry if you haven't seen Dude Bro Party Massacres I or II, they don't exist. The Bros will fill you in.

FAVORITE REVIEW: "The mix of absurd toilet humor, genuine cleverness, and true horror spirit make DBPMIII a kick ass party movie you can watch while pounding beers or enjoy just as much on sober weekday." - Bloody Disgusting

WATCH NOW: Tubi or Shudder

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