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Killer Tomatoes Strike Back! 1991

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Last updated September 30th: Added Tales From the Hood 1 & 2, The Babysitter (2017) 1 & 2 and The Collected (The Collector 3). Films yet to be added (missing in database): Amityville 1974, Beyond the Green Inferno, The House on the Edge of the Park 2, Pumpkinhead (remake), Cannibals (sequel to Cannibal Holocaust), Laid to Rest: Exumed, Shrooms 2, Hellraiser TV series, Tremors: Island Fury, Tales From the Hood 3. Hannibal Lector films sorted under "Hannibal", Iterview With a Vampire & Queen of the Damned sorted under "Vampire Chronicles".

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“Nature is merciless. We play just a small little part in the world and we’ve over-extended ourselves, like an ungracious guest.”
       ― M. Night Shyamalan

Ecological Horror is an important sub-genre of horror wherein Mother Nature is both the villain and the hero, having patiently endured our human nonsense and cruelty for too long. Think of the traditional haunted house movie, but with the planetary biosphere playing the role of the house, attacking humanity for our indescribable contempt for, and betrayal of, the natural world.

Ecological horror also grapples with the terrors of scale — from a 1940s obsession with mutant creatures who teach humanity a lesson about tampering with nature (see: 'Godzilla'), to the modern fascination with (and resulting dread of) nature as an omnipresent, inescapable force that can unravel the human body and mind as a result of our genetic modifications (see: 'The Fly').

These films presuppose that our geo-engineering of the planet — from the level of the atom to the atmosphere — will come with consequences, and Mother Nature will eventually have her day in court.


Genre: Eco-Horror, via Film Comment: tinyurl.com/y44jxc5d

Our Top 10 Eco-Horror Movies, via Horror Homeroom: tinyurl.com/y6ylkwqf

How Global Warming Is Changing Horror, via Polygon: youtu.be/z2vWh0JKBKM

Eco-Horror, the Nature of Horror, via Horror Homeroom: tinyurl.com/y3foaduq

Eco-Horror: Green Panic on the Silver Screen, via NPR: tinyurl.com/y3lwgdem

The Evolution of Eco-Horror, from Godzilla to Global Warming, via VICE: tinyurl.com/y4dax84z

Eco-Horror and the Cinematic Lessons of the 1970s, via The Hampton Institute: tinyurl.com/y4xuf3hk

Us’  is a warning: The Earth Doesn’t Want Us Here, via The Washington Post: tinyurl.com/y26x8hh7

Eco-Horror, Climate Change And 'Annihilation ', via Headstuff: tinyurl.com/y43dvq84

The Best and Worst of 1970s Eco-Horror, via The Abominable Dr. Welsh: tinyurl.com/yxr8yue9

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All Kinetoscope movies, theatrical movies, Direct-to-Video movies and TV movies I have watched or want to watch.

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Some essential horror film saga/franchises.
There are a lot of horror film sagas which we don't know about. This is a place where we can find them. If some movie/saga is lacking, please look me know.

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My personal collection, not all have been watched, but we'll get there someday.

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