That's awful. A lot of focus will be on the notorious Lovecraft riffs of Re-Animator and the eye-popping From Beyond (the fearless Barbara Crampton headlining both! I might be in the minority that thinks that she steals the show from Jeffrey Combs!), but I also really want to put in a word for his excellent sci-fi prison film starring Christopher Lambert Fortress from 1992 (which really came to mind when watching the disappointing Brawl In Cell Block 99 recently). It has a great Kurtwood Smith bad guy role after his Paul Verhoeven ones, and of course Jeffrey Combs has to be in the supporting cast as well! And the 'intestinator' explosive device that all the prisoners get implanted with is this film's equivalent of the Running Man or Wedlock-style explosive collar, just much more internalised! (The film could also be argued to be kind of the male-focused version of The Handmaid's Tale!)
And his mid 2000s more 'grounded' films Edmond from 2005 starring William H. Macy and based on a story by David Mamet, and the 'based on a (horrific) true story torn from the tabloids' Stuck from 2007 (both of which star Mena Suvari) are absolutely fantastic.
Oh, and he also wrote the story of Honey, I Shrunk The Kids!