Top 5 80s Horror Movies You've Never Heard Of

Obscure and forgotten are my favorite kinds of 80s Horror Movies! Just when I think I've seen them all along comes one I've never heard of. Here's some you may have never heard of. In no particular order..

1. Society (1989)
Society 1989
Society (1989)
There's something different about teenager Bill, or is it everyone around him? Beverly Hills upper crust is into some very weird and disturbing stuff. Society is very reminiscent of a Lovecraft movie along the lines of From Beyond or The Re Animator. There are some really creepy scenes and special effects, be sure to look for the "butt-head" scene.

Five teens in the woods stalked by a machete wielding manic. Well done slasher with a good plot twist.

3. The Hand (1981)
The Deadly Spawn
Michael Caine is a comic illustrator pursued by his own severed hand that kills anyone that angers him. It lives. It crawls. And suddenly, it kills.

4. 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.

5. The Deadly Spawn (1983)
 Alien creatures invade a small town and a group of teenagers, and a little boy, try to escape from them.

C.H.U.D. II - Bud the Chud (1989)

Their first mistake was stealing a corpse... Their second was waking him up.

 When snooping kids at a school science lab discover a corpse and accidentally let it roll away, they need a replacement fast. They find one at the local hospital, but this is no ordinary corpse, this is "Bud the Chud," a cannibalistic humanoid underground dweller.

 Yes there was a C.H.U.D. II and it managed to be even cheesier than the original! I think this one was intended to be more comedy than horror, either way the result was vintage 80s cheese at it's stinkiest. Now available on Amazon Instant Video HERE. It's also available on a DVD release but it's out of print and expensive, however it can be found on a Horror Collection DVD set (Waxwork, 976-EVIL 2 Ghoulies III, The Unholy, C.H.U.D. II Chopping Mall, Slaughter High, Class of 1999) available here