Zone Horror; or The Cheesy Horror Movie Channel (as I like to call it)
Bad Dreams - A Nightmare on Elm Street style chiller about the lone survivor of a mass suicide cult being haunted by the dead leader, though disappointingly at the end it turns out there was nothing supernatural behind the whole thing.
Children of the Corn II, Children of the Corn III - The original film has long been a guilty pleasure of mine and the sequels offer more of the same. In the third one we even get to see the creepy kids hit the big city.
Class of Nuke 'Em High Trilogy - One of the finest examples of the Troma brand of trash, though the original is the best, of course.
Deadly Blessing - Not bad Amish horror movie from Wes Craven, with a young Sharon Stone among the cast.
The Hills Have Eyes Part II - Wes Craven again, with a group of bikers facing off against everyone's favourite homicidal mutant family.
Howling II: Your Sister is a Werewolf - Hilariously bad sequel that has no connection to the first film apart from an amateurish recreation of the climatic scene from the original. What it does have is Christopher Lee and Sybil Danning ripping her top off around a million times in the end credits.
Mother's Day - Rather distasteful exploitation film about group of girls being terrorised by two psychotic brothers and their equally insane mother. Worth watching for a truly bizarre "shock" ending, though.
Nude for Satan - Italian horror film that, as the title implies, contains lots of nudity. Not much Satan, though.
Saturday the 14th - Not, as the title suggests, a spoof of slasher films like Friday the 13th but rather a horror comedy about a family almost scared out of their home by a variety of monsters. Not very funny, but the scene where a monster attacks the daughter of the family in the bathtub is memorable (and predates a similar scene in A Nightmare on Elm Street).
Slumber Party Massacre - Girls get murdered at a slumber party in cheesy 80's style. What's not to like?
Sorority House Massacre - Perfect double bill with the above film.
Swamp Thing - Wes Craven yet again, with a fun adaptation of the DC Comic.