Straight from the Snowmonton comes JACK FROST, a tasty slasher with some serious comic heft. This 1997 is the stuff of legend, predictably loathed by those who watch movies with their arms crossed and enjoyed by those with a thing for unconventional, on-the-carrot-nose winter horror.


Robots terrify a shopping centre in CHOPPING MALL, what could best be described now as a sort of historical horror. This 1986 movie is directed by Jim Wynorski, who began his career flunking out of film school and working for Roger Corman. CHOPPING MALL is his second picture, with Corman’s wife Julie serving as producer.