Sugar Hill
April 30, 2020

For the last day of 30 Days of Terror, I didn’t have to think too long to know which film I wanted to tell you about. Sugar Hill (1974) is one of those amazing B-Movies produced by American International Pictures; it also falls into the Blaxploitation category, which is a term that annoys me, but…

Inferno
April 24, 2020

Foreign horror films are becoming quite popular. I’ve seen several with the strange overdubbing instead of subtitles. I prefer subtitles, though I catch myself not reading the words. On the 24th day of 30 Days of Terror, I chose one that a follower recommended, Inferno. Inferno (1980) is the second in the Three Mothers trilogy,…

Last Girl Standing
April 20, 2020

Day 20 of 30 Days of Terror brings another indie, low-budget film, Last Girl Standing (2015). This one is quite beautiful in a disturbing sort of way. Last Girl Standing is an impressive thriller, proving that low-budget doesn’t have to mean bad film. From the beginning, the excitement kept me intrigued. Poor Camryn was the only…

House of Wax
April 14, 2020

For the 14th day of 30 Days of Terror, I picked a film starring one of my all-time favorite actors, actually two. If you’ve only seen the remake of House of Wax, I strongly suggest you search out the original. House of Wax (1953) is special because it has Vincent Price and Carolyn Jones. She…

Tourist Trap
April 10, 2020

Wow, it’s already day 10 in 30 Days of Terror, April is just flying by. I grew up in a touristy town (not so much anymore). We had a thriving Main Street with hardware store that was stocked with more than hardware; seriously, if you thought it, the man more than likely had it in…

February 6, 2020

I bet your mother never told you that I was the first one to make love to her. Calvin Carruthers I think I’ve mentioned this before, but there are few American International Pictures films that I don’t like. They have this way with B-Movies that tend to be strange and creepy (even if I don’t…

January 9, 2020

What do these have in common… lightning rods, Fig Newtons, escalators, ballpoint pens, and Vaseline? Cherry 2000 Anyone care to chance a guess as to how many times I’ve seen Cherry 2000 (1988)? I think it exceeds twenty, but it could be many more. The thing that surprises me the most about this film is…

Daughter of Illusion

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