Castle Freak is a real hidden gem of 90's horror. It has the scariest looking villain I've ever seen in a movie, and that he is a sheltered individual that is curious about life and other people makes him even creepier. Starring Jeffrey Combs and directed by Stuart Gordon, this is a must-see for Re-Animator fans. Adapted from H.P. Lovecraft, a remake might be happening in the near future as well, so don't miss the original.
An American family discovers the horrific mystery that lies within a spooky Italian castle in this low-budget horror film from cult director Stuart Gordon, best known for such works as Re-Animator and From Beyond. Castle Freak reunites Gordon with Re-Animator star Jeffrey Combs, who portrays John Reilly, an American who inherits an Italian castle when a distant relative passes away. John, a recovering alcoholic, travels to Italy with his estranged wife Susan and blind daughter Rebecca. On the advice of the estate's executor, the three plan to stay at the castle until they can liquidate the estate. Little do they know, however, that a horrible, freakish monster has been kept locked away in the basement. Soon, the beast has escaped and emerges hungry for blood, leading to a series of unexplained deaths and disappearances. When the police name John their prime suspect, he must find the true murderer before he or his family becomes the next victim. Along the way, he must not only battle the creature itself but overcome demons from his own guilty past. Judd Blaise, Rovi