Friday, January 18, 2013

Banned Aid

Things have been pretty quiet here so far in 2013, but I did want to alert you to a few interesting posts over on some other blogs that we follow.

First, the always delightful William S. Wilson over at Video Junkie Strikes Back From Beyond the Grave has delivered a lengthy, detailed review of Roberta Findlay's final, unreleased New York horror film, Banned (1989).

As it turns out, it's a pretty awful horror/comedy, but we're still itching to see it. So what gives, Media Blasters? Check out the review, which includes some screen caps and this nifty admat.

While you're at it, head over to Temple of Schlock, where guest reviewer Stephen Bissette has offered up a nice review of the Vermont-lensed film Dark August (1976). There's also some nice coverage there of the Florida film Force of Impulse (1961) and Paul Kener's early film The Streak Car Company (1975).

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