Director Gerard Johnstone's debut horror comedy, Housebound, is a New Zealand gem. With dry humor and a haunted house, it's a must-watch.
Mayhem: a superior, fun, and bloody thrill ride with likable leads Steven Yeun and Samara Weaving. Law firm chaos ensues as they fight their way up the corporate ladder.
Slither: James Gunn's cult favorite, hilarious script, disgusting body horror, perfect distillation of his trademark humor and style.
Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon - brilliantly self-aware mockumentary, genre deconstruction, '80s slasher pastiche, packed with humor and genre cameos
Witching & Bitching: Hilarious foreign horror-comedy. Unforgettable robbery opening. Colorful characters vs. malicious coven of witches.
Grabbers: Charming, heartwarming B-movie madness. Irish fishing village invaded by monsters. High blood-alcohol level as defense. Warm, breezy horror-comedy
Dead Snow: Ein! Zwei! Die! German horror-comedy with Nazi zombies. Campy, gory, hilarious. Sequel, Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead, even better. Perfect double-feature
Black Sheep: Killer sheep attack farmers after experiment gone wrong. Hilarious and bizarre. A must-see for unique horror-comedy.
Deathgasm: Metalheads summon evil entity. Twisted humor, great for horror fans. A must-watch ride for metalheads and horror enthusiasts
Braindead: Peter Jackson's low-budget horror-comedy. Hilariously bloody, masterclass in practical effects. Cult classic, inspired many films