Haven't seen GROTESQUE since a late 80's USA Network airing. Worth investigating again for buds Linda Blair & Donna Wilkes alone. Barely remembered a thing about it, til someone here posted major spoilers.... gee, thanks.
Looking forward to DEATHSTALKER 2, the most fun of the series. Was in touch with the screenwriter once upon a time (non-film related), any plans for his participation?
most of the sympathetic cast being killed in the middle of the film
I could have explained how the Media tape actually ended.
Personally, I've never seen too may "terrible" movies, mainly because I can't be bothered to sit through a film that isn't competently made. I love many of what people call "cheesy" movies from the 80's because they're fun. A movie like Boardinghouse is a good example of a terrible movie. Sitting through a movie like that takes guts - there's nothing in that movie that's worth sitting down to watch, especially the "cinematography" which is headache inducing. To me, if a movie LOOKS like a movie, not a video game or someone's camcorder footage, if it's technically well made, it's good enough for me. Things like bad dialogue, cheap sets or subpar acting don't really bother me that much, as long as the movie is FUN. I think Horror films that are slow-paced and brooding are some of the best ones around. So, all I wanna know is, is Grotesque at least competently made and fun?
LADY FRANKENSTEIN!!! Cliff posted about it being one of the four movies for their horror quadruple feature set at Halloween!
Also included is THE VELVET VAMPIRE, GROTESQUE, and TIMEWALKER.
Kundun Rat Terrier: 8/16/02-3/26/11. RIP, Ku.
You have no idea how long I've waited to see a non-cheap release of Lady Frankenstein!!!! Ben you make my day with this, even if halloween isn't really soon.
More important : Thanks Cliff for all your hard works!
Just saw at imdb that Velvet Vampire is a Stephanie Rothman's film and since I've appreciated all her other films I have seen the chance are high I will like this one too!
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Wow, didn't see that coming. This is great news. Nice one Cliff.
We can ditch our grey market composite versions before the end of the year.
And titties! You likes big titties, don't ya?Oh, you know I loves big titties.
I wish Lady Frankenstein was sold separately, but at least this print will surpass anything else on the market at the moment
I've never seen Lady Frankenstein but it sounds interesting and the reception on the boards for it heightens my curiosity even more. I'm looking forward to this collection even more now! Thanks a lot, Cliff!
THE VELVET VAMPIRE is the highlight of that box set, for me.
George Reis of DVD-Drive-In released a version of LADY FRANKENTEIN, but even that DVD was far from perfect.