Triskaidekafiles is a love letter to cheesy cinema from the 80s and 90s, with the occasional dip into other eras. if you're a fan of MST3K, Elvira, Joe Bob Briggs, or just bad horror movies in general, Trisk is the place for you.
STARRING: Jane Higginson as Sarah Quinn Tracy Fraim as Noah Adams Brian Bremer as Pino William Thorne as Derek Neith Hunter as Kim Amy L. Taylor as Merideth Eric Welch as Buck Van Quattro as Tom Quinn Clint Howard as Ricky Conan Yuzna as Lonnie Mickey Rooney as Joe Petto
QUICK CUT: After her husband is killed by a mysterious Christmas present that no one feels like investigating, Sarah and her son keep getting visited by people fom the last movie, and a strange toy maker and his son. And then things get really, really weird.
WRITERS: Story by S.J. Smith, Arthur H. Gorson, and Brian Yuzna Screenplay by Woody Keith
DIRECTOR: Brian Yuzna
STARRING: Maud Adams as Fima Tommy Hinkley as Hank Allyce Beasley as Janice Clint Howard as Ricky Neith Hunter as Kim Marjean Holden as Jane Jeanne Bates as Katherine Laurel Lockhart as Ann Ben Slack as Gus Conan Yuzna as Lonnie
QUICK CUT: Forget everything you ever knew about the Silent Night, Deadly Night series, folks! Because this movies starts fresh! So fresh it has nothing to do with Christmas! Or Santas! But it has plenty of a vindictive coven setting people on fire, and infecting people with worms! Wait, what?!
WRITERS: Screenplay by Carlos Laszlo From a story by C. Laszlo, M. Hellman, and A. H. Gorson
DIRECTOR: Monte Hellman
STARRING: Richard Beymer as Dr. Newbury Bill Moseley as Ricky Samantha Scully as Laura Eric Da Re as Chris Laura Herring as Jerri Elizabeth Hoffman as Granny Robert Culp as Lt. Connelly
QUICK CUT: The guy that just wouldn't die, Ricky Chapman, or Chambers, or Chuffed If I Know Anymore is still alive, somehow, but with serious brain damage from being in the first two films. He is reached by a psychic though, and wakes up to kill everyone she knows as a way of saying thanks.
WRITERS: Story by Lee Harry, Joseph E. Earle, Dennis Patterson, and Lawrence Applebaum Screenplay by Lee Harry and Joseph E. Earl
DIRECTOR: Lee Harry
STARRING: Eric Freeman as Ricky Caldwell James L. Newman as Dr. Henry Bloom Elizabeth Cayton as Jennifer Jean Miller as Mother Superior Corinne Gelfan as Mrs. Rosenberg Michael Combatti as Mr. Rosenberg Kenneth Bryan James as Chip Frank Novak as Loan Shark Randy Baughman as Eddie Joanne White as Paula Nadya Wynd as Sister Mary J. Aubrey Island as Orderly Randy Post as Loudmouth in Theater
QUICK CUT: Crazy Billy's little brother is now all grown up, and thanks to his brother being shot to death at his feet, he's just as screwed up, and we get to hear all the gory details of his past craziness, as he sits in an interogation room and tells his tale to a psychiatrist.
WRITERS: Based on a story by Paul Cami Written by Michael Hickey
DIRECTOR: Charles E. Sellier, Jr
STARRING: Lilyan Chauvin as Mother Superior Gilmer McCormick as Sister Margaret Toni Nero as Pamela Robert Brian Wilson as Billy Linnea Quigley as Denise Randy Stumpf as Andy Britt Leach as Mr. Sims Tara Buckman as Mother Will Hare as Grandpa Leo Geter as Tommy Jeff Hansen as Father H.E.D. Redford as Captain Richards Amy Stuyvesant as Cindy Max Robinson as Officer Barnes
QUICK CUT: After a childhood trauma, a young boy grows up with an intense fear of Santa Claus, a belief in punishment for being naughty, and then he ends up working as a toy store Santa. It's "What Could Possibly Go Wrong: The Movie"!