Although I did revert to form a little at the last minute by reviewing a Jesus Franco film:

 

The Belko Experiment (2017), in which unseen puppetmasters incite an epidemic of mass murder in a corporate office building…

Europa Report (2013), in which astronauts searching for life on Jupiter’s coolest moon find what they’re looking for…

Get Out (2017), in which meeting the parents is an even bigger nightmare than our hero was expecting…

Iron Doors (2010), in which not everything screwy that befalls one on April Fool’s Day is a prank…

Kong: Skull Island (2017), in which yet another “shared universe” meta-franchise sputters into life…

Mansion of the Living Dead (1982), in which Franco hears someone call Horror of the Zombies the worst of the Blind Dead movies and says, “Agarra mi cerveza“…

Night of the Tentacles (2012), in which the world’s most embarrassing heart attack leads to a pact with Satan even less carefully thought out than usual…

The Vampire’s Coffin (1958), in which Count Laszlo Lavud sees how city living suits him…

and…

Zombie A-Hole (2012), which commendably bears absolutely no resemblance to the movie you just imagined upon reading that title.
 
 
 

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


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