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list of our favorite altered states of consciousness from the VHS depths:…
05:55:21 PM March 15, 2017
Girl Grabbers, The (1968)
Don't open your door to strangers.
Girl In Room 2A, The (1973)
I've got a rash.
Girls On The Road (1973)
There's always next summer.
Jesus has finally used his powers for good.
Golden Girl (1974)
It only counts if it's in slow motion.
Great Hollywood Rape Slaughter, The (1974)
There's also a drum solo.
Great Skycopter Rescue, The (1982)
Dudes hanging out, flying and listening to the Electric Weany.
I can't stop thinking about FOB (face-on-boobs).
Then things get heavy.
It's all valid.
It was just one of those things.
Have A Nice Weekend (1974)
A great island in the middle of nowhere.
He Kills Night After Night After Night (1969)
It's all about feelings.
Your basic direct-to-video tragedy.
Headless Eyes (1971)
I never met a Bateman I didn't like.
Hell Riders (1984)
When Renee speaks, I'm home.
Hell Squad (1986)
What happens when someone is kidnapped in America.
We got Eugene a coupon for some half-price therapy.
Hey, There’s Naked Bodies On My TV! (1979)
A proud and erect rampage over a nostalgic part of my mind.
High Kicks (1993)
You will get pregnant.
Hollywood High (1976)
This film does not star Henry Winkler as The Fenz.
Hollywood Horror House (1970)
He introduces himself as "Laurelyn Hardy."
Home For The Holidays (1972)
It has the magic.
Sometimes all you want to do is stay home.
Horrible Sexy Vampire, The (1970)
This movie has no sexy vampire. It is horrible though.
This is what happens when you give crusty punks a video camera.
House That Vanished, The (1973)
Was Barry Mahon a nudity consultant on this film?
Howling: New Moon Rising, The (1994)
This is supposed to be a werewolf movie.
Human Prey (1995)
Dr. Dorn gets stabbed lightly with a stick.
I Dismember Mama (1974)
Blow some chunks.
I Was a Teenage Serial Killer (1993)
We just want to be heard.
Cut the bullstuff.
Invasion From Inner Earth (1974)
That snow thing didn’t pay off.
Kind of a tragedy.
Three Travolta references.
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