Yeah, so real life apparently decided it didn’t want me to watch any movies during the final quarter of 2011.  I’m back now, though, with a moderately-sized update to whet your appetites for the double-gimongous B-Fest Review Roundup that will probably guarantee that I’ll be late for February’s  roundtable, too…

 

The Art of Love (1983), in which– surprise, surprise– there’s a whole lot o’ screwin’ going on in first-century Rome…

The Car (1977), or, “Hermanos!  The Devil has built a hotrod!”

The Craft (1996), in which shooting up the school is for suckers.  Why bring a gun to class when you can lay curses on the popular kids instead?

Dracula, Prisoner of Frankenstein (1972), in which we can count on Jesus Franco to remember that “Frankenstein” is the doctor’s name, even if we can’t count on him to make a movie that sane people would consider watchable…

Orca (1977), in which Captain Ahab is the whale…

and…

Repo Man (1984), in which unemployment can lead one to the damnedest places.



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