I do, however, have the other half of my entries for the previous one:

Evil Dead II (1987), in which surviving the night in a demon-haunted cabin doesn’t actually improve one’s situation much…

Goodbye, Emmanuelle (1977), in which our heroine starts to wonder whether this “free love” thing is all it’s cracked up to be…

and…

Martin (1977), in which George Romero gives us a much more satisfying answer to the riddle, “When is a vampire movie not a vampire movie?” than Val Lewton managed to.

I also reviewed some stuff which I somewhat arbitrarily deemed not to make the cut for the roundtable:

American Rickshaw (1989), in which Donald Pleasence predictably makes a quite serviceable sleazoid preacher, but Mitch Gaylord is somehow no Kurt Thomas…

The Flesh and Blood Show (1972), in which experimental theater proves every bit as dangerous as any summer camp…

Frightmare (1974), in which Jackie’s old mum gets into something even more troublesome than Fox News…

Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988), in which Moustapha Akkad can’t be faulted for not understanding what his audience wants…

and…

She (1983), in which it’s hard to tell what poor H. Rider Haggard is going to need more– a couple aspirin or a tumbler of Scotch.

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


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