…a.k.a.: First, You Drip.
“Tomorrow we’ve got 75,000 people in the Dome…and a psycho on the loose.”
A few years ago, Shout! Factory’s Scream Factory line released on Blu-ray one of the most highly-sought MIA 70s cult titles among home video enthusiasts: Willard, the 1971 tear-em-up indie horror hit from Bing Crosby Productions (distributed by Cinerama Releasing), based on Stephen Gilbert’s novel, Ratman’s Notebooks, directed by Daniel Mann, scripted by Gilbert A.… Read More ‘Willard’ (1971): Part animal horror flick, part adolescent drama – mostly twisted fairy tale
Uh…they couldn’t just adopt?
Attention! Attention fellow American lockdown inmates!
Long after the Viet Cong was gone, Gidget and the Fonz got it on!
Sharp, atmospheric, well-mounted little suspense thriller, with socko performances.
Okay, Cannon Films and Total Gym fanatics, you know what today is: your God’s birthday.
Bloody, funny, shoe leather-hard American tall tale.
Dirty Harry goes giallo…in The Great White North, no less!