Rather, this update is all about stuff I was about to lose from my Netflix streaming list.  Next time for sure, though.

 

Dagmar’s Hot Pants, Inc. (1971), in which Copenhagen’s most responsible whore goes out of business…

Dumplings (2004), in which Fruit Chan decides that fetus-eating as a home remedy for aging is a good enough premise to sustain an entire feature…

Fascination (1979), in which Jean Rollin tosses bandits, a blood cult, and a scantily clad slasher into the blender, and rather surprisingly pulls out a fully coherent movie…

The Mystery of the 13th Guest (1943), in which William Beaudine proves no better at spooky house mysteries than he was at mad science or Wild West vampires…

Nightmares Come at Night (1970), in which something had better come sometime

Orloff and the Invisible Man (1970), in which even Jesus Franco can be a target for rip-off artists…

Sacred Flesh (1999), in which nunsploitation reenactor Nigel Wingrove simply will not… shut… up…

and…

The Wicker Tree (2011), in which Robin Hardy shows Neil LaBute what a crappy Wicker Man movie really looks like.

 
 
 

El Santo rules the wasteland-- and also 1000 Misspent Hours and Counting.


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