I’ll have more reviews for the first 20th-anniversary roundtable next time, but for now you can start with…

Black Emanuelle (1975), in which the title character is neither strictly speaking Emanuelle nor strictly speaking black…

and…

From Hell It Came (1957), in which an isolated Polynesian tribe could use the services of a good lumberjack.

Then there are these others:

After the Fall of New York (1983), in which the real 2019 has a way to slip yet before it lives up to its 36-year-old fictional counterpart…

Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992), in which Sid Vicious crosses oceans of time to steal Veronica away from Ted…

The Inferno (1911), in which Dante Alighieri offers a hearty “so there” to every asshole in Florence…

and…

Interview with the Vampire (1994), in which immortality means never having to shut your bloody gob, you narcissistic gasbag!

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


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