Category Archives: 1970
“Carnival of Blood” (1970)
Count Yorga, Vampire (1970)
Mark of the Witch
Starring Anitra Walsh who died suddenly in 1980 at the tender age of 32.
2015 Wrap-Up: My Top Five List
Couple things on the wrap-up this year: first I can say that in 2015 I watched an even 70 films. By no means am I a “power-watcher” of movies, quality over quantity, or said another way: I have a day job. And kids. And I’m usually tired by the time I get a chance. BeforeContinue reading “2015 Wrap-Up: My Top Five List”
Horror/B-Movie Roundup, Disembodied Head Edition
A roundup of what I’ve watched, read or listened to lately: Thankfully, no Exorcist remake is coming. (H/T Horror-Movies.ca!) Projection Booth #144 on “The Brain That Wouldn’t Die” (1962). I loved the part of the episode that one commenter dismissed as “psychobabble” about this film being a reflection of the male Id of that era, how the legacy ofContinue reading “Horror/B-Movie Roundup, Disembodied Head Edition”
10 Awesome Drive-In Movies
Originally posted on Anti-Film School:
Today, a little over three hundred drive-in movie theaters remain sprinkled throughout the United States. This means that many Americans are not lucky enough to have a drive-in movie theater close by their home. In the drive-in’s heyday, small production companies would release B-movies tailor-made for the drive-in audience. There…
Happy Birthday Richard Bowler!
Today (June 21) would have been Richard Bowler’s 116th birthday! By far the oldest in the cast of I Drink Your Blood, he played “Grandpa,” whose beating by Bhaskar (“Horace Bones”) and his hippie gang led to Riley Mills (“Pete”) poisoning their food and turning the hippies into zombies. He only had four film roles, the mostContinue reading “Happy Birthday Richard Bowler!”
Assignment Terror (Full Movie, 1970)
Grindhouse Brackets 7: The Final Five?
We’ve arrived, after a fashion, at our final five films, as chosen mainly by you. I say “mainly,” because one match-up that had originally ended up in a tie was re-competed, and ended up in a tie once again. To keep things moving along, I’ve made an executive decision in favor of one film. Somehow, IContinue reading “Grindhouse Brackets 7: The Final Five?”