First, for the holiday they celebrate on certain parts of the Material Plane:

 

Blood Freak (1972), because you can’t have a proper Thanksgiving without a great, big, humongous turkey…

and…

ThanksKilling (2008), because Brother Ragnarok reminded me that I had a screener copy of it lying around that wasn’t getting any fresher.

 

Next, for the B-Master-specific holiday:

 

Caged Women (1982), in which Bruno and Claudio steal Emanuelle from Joe D’Amato (who stole her from Bitto Albertini, who stole her name [and nothing much else] from Just Jaeckin), and almost forget to tell anybody they did so…

and…

Women’s Prison Massacre (1983), which is technically an extremely old review, but which I rewrote almost beyond recognition in light of finally having seen its predecessor.

 

And finally, as the opening gambit in what I hope will remain a serious ongoing effort to do something about my increasingly daunting backlog of screeners:

 

Corporate Cutthroat Massacre (2009), which promises ” ‘The Office’ meets American Psycho,” but leaves out the “meets”…

Creep Creepersin’s Frankenstein (2007), in which the monster is all in her maker’s mind…

Ding Dong Dead (2009), in which some schmuck replies to the activities of annoying juvenile delinquents with the Bronsonian excess of vengeance we’ve all fantasized about from time to time…

He (2009), in which a different schmuck and his wife experience a great many things that are all in their mind…

and…

Peeping Blog (2010), in which I sure hope you like watching people drink coffee and eat Hot Pockets.

 
 
 



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