Category Archives: 1980
Terror On Tour (1980)
Happy Birthday Kalani Silverman!
Lani Silver, sometimes known as Kalani Satana or Kalani Silverman turns 56 years old today. She’s the daughter of the legendary late Tura Satana (1938-2011), and starred in Ted Mikels‘ The Worm Eaters (1977) and 10 Violent Women (1980). She apparently gave up looking for a film career, and now lives in Enoch, Utah, (pop. 5,803) in the remote southwesternContinue reading “Happy Birthday Kalani Silverman!”
Alligator (Full Movie, 1980)
Grindhouse Brackets Match-Up 3: Horror Pioneers, Carpenter, Zero Budgets & Blaxploitation!
It’s that time of the week again! Time for results and new contests to find some of the more popular B-movies, as voted on by my 7 loyal followers. First, a wrap-up of last week’s contest: Battle of the Crazy 70s Cult Leaders! I Drink Your Blood (1970)–6 votes (67%) Children Shouldn’t Play With DeadContinue reading “Grindhouse Brackets Match-Up 3: Horror Pioneers, Carpenter, Zero Budgets & Blaxploitation!”
Grindhouse Brackets–Top 32
Here, Mrs. I Love Terrible Movies and I put together a fun little 32-team bracket featuring bad guys/monsters/villains of horror and exploitation films I’ve seen in the past year or so. In case you forgot who’s who, I’ve embedded the film trailers below. Tweet me or comment on this post by a week from today (1Continue reading “Grindhouse Brackets–Top 32”
Link Dump: Mid-Late October
It’s time for another good-sized roundup of good movie reviews from the tweeps. Love how you folks are keeping exploitation and B-movies in circulation. With a good-sized H/T to Cultural Gutter, I saw this interesting post on TV criticism vs. TV recapping, among other things. I liked it because it gives voice to what I’m tryingContinue reading “Link Dump: Mid-Late October”
Cannibal Holocaust’s Enduring Legacy
I’m very happy to help fellow cinema aficionado Nitrate Diva in this year’s Italian Film Culture Blogathon, but it is a bit intimidating to take on a subject that so many have already taken on. For instance, we should note at the outset Cannibal Holocaust started the “found footage” genre–with later examples being Paranormal Activity and The Blair Witch Project. Many,Continue reading “Cannibal Holocaust’s Enduring Legacy”