2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams (2010)
The fine, upstanding cannibals of Pleasant Valley clash with the cast and crew of an obnoxious reality show after taking the Guts n’ Glory Jamboree on the road in director Tim Sullivan’s blood-soaked sequel.
Galaxy of Terror (1981)
Also known as Planet of Horrors, this film follows a group of astronauts as they travel into space to retrieve the survivors of a spaceship crash. When they arrive on the planet, the crew runs into some hostile aliens who attempt to gorily wipe them out.
Forbidden World (1982)
Fans of outrageously bad drive-in fare from New World Pictures will find much to love in this bargain-bin science fiction weirdness — one of several Alien rip-offs foisted on defenseless audiences by Roger Corman’s legendary B-movie factory. The plot — which, of course, is irrelevant to the action — involves a food-research team on a distant planet, whose latest genetic product decides it would rather eat than be eaten…and boy, is it hungry.
A group of friends fight for their lives after falling afoul of a predatory surgeon and a psychotic businessman who deals in the black market organ trade.