Monday, March 31, 2014
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Tuesday, March 18, 2014
A few months ago I received a call from a Chicago Tribune reporter named Chris Borrelli. He wanted to ask me a few questions about Chester N. Turner, the director of the notorious shot-on-video oddity Black Devil Doll From Hell, for an article he was preparing in anticipation of Turner's appearance at Lincoln Hall.
The Dead Next Door receives a very brief mention in this very long overview of Turner's career. Who would have thought, given how much mystery surrounded Turner and his films for so long, that we'd see the man and his film's be the subject of stories in the Tribune and the New York Times?
|Chester Turner signing autographs at Lincoln Hall. (Image: Chicago Tribune)|
Monday, March 17, 2014
When evangelist Estus Pirkle crossed paths with exploitation vet Ron Ormond, the results were magic. Someone is headed for a burning hell!
Monday, March 10, 2014
Here's another favorite that turns 40 this year: Ed Adlum and Ed Kelleher teamed with Mike and Roberta Findlay to deliver this ridiculous slice of Sasquatch-cum-cannibalism cinema.