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MOVIE MINI-REVIEW: “Neither the Sea nor the Sand” (aka “The Exorcism of Hugh”, 1972)

This flick was made from the book of the same name written by Gordon Honeycombe, proving once again that everyone has a novel lurking in them (be it good or bad — The Twilight series is proof of this).  Anna … Continue reading

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TUES 12: What I Learned from Watching “Kulay dugo ang gabi” (aka The Blood Drinkers, aka Blood is the Color of Night – 1964)

1.      All vampire flicks of a certain age must contain at least one unconvincing rubber bat bouncing on a string. 2.     If you can’t get your hands on enough color stock to shoot your film, use B&W stock but tint … Continue reading

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TUES 12: What I Learned from Watching “Une Vierge chez les Morts Vivants” (a.k.a A Virgin Among the Living Dead; Christina, Princesse de l’Erotisme (Christina, Princess of Eroticism); La nuit des étoiles filantes (The Night of Shooting Stars)), 1972

1.  Une Vierge chez les Morts Vivants does in fact Google translate directly to A Virgin Among the Living Dead.  However, it’s fun to click the back-and-forth button a few times: a virgin among the living dead :: une vierge … Continue reading

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MINI MOVIE REVIEW: “Psychomania” (1973)

Now here is a movie that makes my ever-loving bad cinema heart sing.  We have a 1970’s motorcycle group made up of very well-leathered British thugs (you know, the polite kind of thugs) who decide that being called “The Living Dead” wasn’t … Continue reading

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TUES 12: What I Learned from Watching “Rock ‘n’ Roll Nightmare” (aka “The Edge of Hell”, 1987)

1.   Oh, the years have not been kind to Jon-Mikl Thor: 2.  The logical place for demons to hide in your house is the oven. 3.  You may be forced to have an Ontario license plate due to where you … Continue reading

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TH13: What I Learned from Watching “The Beyond” (Lucio Fulci, 1981)

Quicklime will completely melt someone’s head. Falling off an 8ft tall scaffold onto the right hip and arm will cause massive hallucinations, delirium, and internal bleeding.  And the best way to transport the victim is to fold him in half. … Continue reading

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MINI MOVIE REVIEW: “Greystone Park” (2011)

Yet another “found footage” film shot in another “abandoned mental institution” where “really bad things happened” like “weird torture” and “bizarre medical experiments”, meanwhile “one guy may still live there” and “just ignore the devil worshippers.” However, when you’re Oliver Stone’s … Continue reading

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