Dance With Death

Dance With Death

Beware busting a move!

Shaking it can lead to snuffing it in this curated collection of foxtrotting flicks where getting down is likely to get you killed.

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Dance With Death
  • The Gore Gore Girls

    1972 ・ United States ・ Directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis

    A vicious killer with more than just a little sense of (albeit, twisted) humour is butchering the girls of a saucy go-go dancing club. As the grim death toll mounts, young female reporter Nancy Weston teams up with impossibly obnoxious pr...

  • A Hot Night at the Go Go Lounge!

    A short dance film by Herschell Gordon Lewis from 1966.

  • Death Walks at Midnight

    Valentina - a model who, in the midst of a drug-fuelled photoshoot, witnesses a brutal murder in the apartment opposite hers. But when it becomes clear that the savage slaying she describes relates to a crime that took place six months earlier, the police are at a loss - forcing Valentina to solv...

  • Horrors of Malformed Men

    Medical student Hirosuke Hitomi slips out of the asylum in which he has been wrongfully confined and stealthily assumes the identity of a recently deceased nobleman with whom he bears an uncanny resemblance. Hirosuke eases his way into the nobleman's household and his dead double's marital bed. B...

  • Sleep

    2020 • Germany • Directed by Michael Venus

    Nightmare and trauma. Fear and repression. Guilt and atonement. Weaving together the emotional violence of horror with the cryptic motifs of German folk and fairy tales, ARROW is proud to present Sleep, the debut feature from a major new talent in worl...

  • Scared Stiff

    1987 • United States • Directed by Richard Friedman

    TV star Mary Page Keller ('Pretty Little Liars') appears alongside Andrew Stevens ('10 to Midnight', 'The Fury') as a couple terrorised by an age-old curse in this much-underrated late-80s offering from director Richard Friedman. Keller plays K...

  • The Legend Of The Stardust Brothers

    1985 · Japan · Directed by Macoto Tezka

    In 1985, Macoto Tezka (son of the great manga artist Osamu Tezuka) met musician and TV personality Haruo Chicada who had made a soundtrack to a movie which didn’t actually exist: The Legend of the Stardust Brothers. At the time Macoto was just 22 years old...

  • The Disco Shines

    The Disco Shines (2016) 12 mins, Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema Award Winner