If you had any idea how difficult it’s been for my editor and me to sober up to the point where we can just function figure out just what the hell Shout! Factory is releasing this week and what we have to review…you wouldn’t believe me. So. Let’s just get on with it, shall we?
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
“Ugly doll.”“F*ck you!”
Sleazy, thoroughly enjoyable 1980s “women in prison/nuthouse” flick.
Sharp, atmospheric, well-mounted little suspense thriller, with socko performances.
Director William Castle’s bizarre, schizophrenic children’s nightmare, damn near perfectly realized.
“I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass. And I’m all out of bubblegum.”
“Watch his feet, man. He can kill you with his feet.”
“I just go berserk!” WHOMP!
More 1960s vintage horror from William Castle.