Monday, January 23, 2012

Trailer of the Week: The Boogeyman (1980)

After he worked with Andy Warhol and Fassbinder, but before he started churning out direct-to-video horror movies about serial killers, Ulli Lommel gave us this fun little possession flick about a demonic mirror (check out that blatantly stolen shot from Amityville Horror!) starring and partly financed by his then-wife/Dupont heiress Suzanna Love, and filmed on one of her family's farms in Maryland.

Monday, January 9, 2012

Trailer of the Week: Death Curse of Tartu (1966)

Early horror flick from William Grefe, featuring Florida film legend Doug Hobart as Tartu.

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Another Touch of Satan

Satan Place (1990)
Miami, Florida

What's this -- another completely forgotten/lost low-budget horror anthology? Yup.

There's almost no info available about this one, save for the Joe Bob Briggs review, and a few copies of the comic adaptation (the image above is from the comic book, courtesy of the Atomic Avenue listing). According to Briggs, the stories in the film all take a female-revenge-fantasy slant, and there's plenty of blood and devil women in black lingerie.

Director Alfred Ramirez is evidently the same comic book artist who has worked for Marvel and other companies in the past. He and co-director Scott Aschbrenner set up a production company called Power Four at some point, but I've not been able to dig up much else on this film.

If you've seen it or have a copy, drop us a line and let us know more about this obscure film. In the meantime, here's the Jeannie C. Riley song of the same title:

Monday, January 2, 2012

Trailer of the Week: Mako: Jaws of Death (1976)

Another classic from Florida legend William Grefe, this one reuniting Impulse stars Jenifer Bishop and Harold Sakata, along with one of our favorite actors, Richard Jaeckel.