Modern Grindhouse Trailer Explosion!



Grindhouse films were low-budget horror and exploitation films that were very popular in the 1970s. Today thanks to film makers like Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez a whole new generation has been exposed to this type of movie entertainment. Likewise a brand-new generation of film makers have set out to bring the genre back to life with a series of new films produced on a shoe-string budget with buckets of fake blood at the ready and actresses not afraid to bare it all when the script calls for it .... and it always does.

Thes clips are meant to tantalize, titillate and possibly traumatize the viewer. The will also probably make you say "WTF".

(Above) The trailer for Redwing Films "Killer Biker Chicks"

Killer Biker Chicks are hot women who live out in the desert and flirt with sex,drugs,rock&roll and murder.

These are the girls your mother warned you about.



The second trailer for James Baack's latest film "The Bloody Rage of Bigfoot." A film that is sure to delite horror movie fans and anger cryptozoologists!



A preview clip of Benjamin J. Heckendorn's "Lizard of Death."



"Destined to be Ingested" follows a group of yuppies who get lost in the South Pacific on a cannibal-infested island. Featuring stunning cinematography and standout performances by Suzi Lorraine and Troma veteran Bill Weeden, it's a low-budget horror film of epic scope.



The trailer for David A. Lloyd's "The Legend of Viper's Hill"



The trailer for David Hayes sequel to "The Beast of Yucca Flats" entitled, "Return to Yucca Flats: Desert Man-Beast."



Trailer for the horror film "Walking Distance" starring Shannon Lark, Debbie Rochon, Adrienne King ad Reggie Bannister



A group of guys who play a game using GPS deep in the woods find more than expected, a half-human monster.

This ones got everything Aliens......that gopher from "Caddyshack"....and a bionic Bigfoot

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See Also: Retro Sci Fi And Monster Movie Trailer Extravaganza / Classic Monster Movie Trailer Bonanza!

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