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The Daily Dig

Join us as we take you on a journey of discovery each week (Monday through Friday), to find buried video treasure from the 70s and 80s, which has been given new life thanks to 4k Blu-ray restorations and digital releases. Together, we’ll explore the wonderfully weird, sleazy and cheesy, gloriously fun genre gems you may have missed. The timeline will be updated daily as new titles are covered. 

The Daily Dig

1964
One of William Castle’s lesser-known films, “The Night Walker” relies on a strong score and makeup by Bud Westmore for its scares. A widow …continue…
1966
A mess of editing can’t ruin an endearing gothic flick that holds some Sid Haig trivia, as well as reflections of classic horror films. …continue…
1967
One of many examples of the slaughter of Poe’s integrity, this poorly constructed film holds nothing more than cool sets to boast about. In …continue…
1967
“The Sorcerers” offers an interesting story featuring an icon of horror in the lead role as an elderly professor bent on being young again. …continue…
1967
The first Horror film released in Soviet Russia is worth watching for the benchmark it sets, as well as the off-the-wall ending. A priest …continue…
1967
This unique circus terror tale features a great cast with old school performances that up the drama in between vicious kills. A killer is …continue…
1969
If a Scooby-Doo episode was turned into live-action and mixed with some 3M blood, you’d have “The Haunted House of Horror”. A group of …continue…
1970
With a title like “Blood Mania” you would expect more than nine minutes of the promised fluid, though there is plenty of hormonal excretion. …continue…
1970
Considered to be one of the most accurate portrayals of the Lovecraft mythos, “The Dunwich Horror” is a multi-dimensional acid trip with little plot. …continue…
1970
A good premise that is a little rough around the edges, “Dream No Evil” utilizes a “Psycho”-Esque twist to make its razor-sharp point.  An …continue…