Good atmosphere, a modest amount of decent practical effects and gore, and an attractive and talented cast don’t necessarily equal success. On their way …continue reading The Daily Dig: Satan’s Slave (1976)
A clumsy story filled with horror lore and possibly the first appearance of Michael Myers, this is requisite viewing for its history alone. Traveling …continue reading The Daily Dig: The Devil’s Rain (1975)
The #MeToo reckoning helped level the inequity of filmmaking, but this is a rare example of a film daring to display its guilt on …continue reading The Daily Dig: To The Devil a Daughter (1976)
A half-hearted effort using a common premise is short on gags, lacking acting chops, and forgettable — but features rad cover art. When her …continue reading The Daily Dig: Rest In Pieces (1987)
On this episode of the “Adventures in Movies!” podcast, we return to the subject of Westerns and try to unravel the disaster of “The …continue reading Adventures in Movies: Go West, Young Man!
A couth tale of selling your soul to indulge impulses and immortality, “The Mephisto Waltz” is a mystery/thriller with a giallo sensibility. A dying …continue reading The Daily Dig: The Mephisto Waltz (1971)
A textbook exploitation film, “Nurse Sherri” has that quintessential seventies luster, while delivering on action way beyond its means; a worthy watch. A Nurse …continue reading The Daily Dig: Nurse Sherri (1978)