We are back to the 80's...again...and probably not for the last time, with two movies from the duo of Stephen Carpenter and Jeffrey Obrow. We start off with a film from 1982 that is known by a handful of titles, but most frequently "The Dorm That Dripped Blood". A solid slasher-who-dunnit, it perfectly captures those genres with fairly solid performances and shows a good deal of technical skill as well. Later the pair teamed up again for our second film, 1987's "The Kindred" where they show total mastery of their medium. With touches of Lovecraft, Alien, and every mad-scientist movie ever made...this is a true gem. It is a gem covered in slime and sprouting hundreds of tentacles, but a gem nonetheless. Please let us know what you thought of the show by writing to us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or just leave us a message on our Facebook page.
Sunday, December 27, 2015
Sunday, December 20, 2015
We are back to the 80s, again, with two more fine examples of what it was like to wander into a theater while we were in high school. We start off with 1983's Mausoleum, starring a gorgeous Bobbie Bresee and the show-favorite Marjoe Gortner. It is not, in any defensible way, a good film, but we have each seen it multiple times so there must be something about it. We follow that up with 1982's One Dark Night which features the fantastic Meg Tilly. Now THIS is something special. Rated PG-13, it still packs in the chills and delivers a lot of movie for what must surely have been a microscopic budget.Let us know what you thought of the show by writing to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, or just leave us a message on our Facebook page.
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