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Bootleg VHS

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    Satan War (1979)

    It is an indisputable fact that Satan War is the greatest title in motion picture history next to Violent Shit. It is also an indisputable fact that someone in Satan War…

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    Revenge Of The Living Dead Girls (1987)

    Originally published in Bleeding Skull! A 1980s Trash-Horror Odyssey. Mes joues sont rouges! Translation: Boy, are my cheeks red! When I think French trash-horror, I think Jean Rollin. Then, I think…

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    Devil Story (1985)

    Originally published in Bleeding Skull! A 1980s Trash-Horror Odyssey. The French have their talons in me. I’m always on the lookout for another Ogroff, which happens to be the apex of…

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    Captives (1988)

    Originally published in Bleeding Skull! A 1980s Trash-Horror Odyssey. One dead dog, one knifed babysitter, and one almost-smothered baby. Welcome back to New Jersey. Hot on the profit trail of Video…

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    Ogroff (1983)

    Originally published in Bleeding Skull! A 1980s Trash-Horror Odyssey. Truffaut. Godard. Malle. Rohmer. Ogroff. If you’re sharp, you’ve determined that we’re speaking French. And, if you’re even sharper, you’ve recognized five…

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    Friday the 13th: Halloween Night (1994)

    If it’s Halloween and Jason and Michael Myers are stalking a group of teens AND the film is scored with Beastie Boys songs and Rob Zombie songs AND several of the…

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    Sexandroide (1987)

    You can do a lot of things with fingerless gloves, a gold belly chain, plastic vampire teeth, and Tina Turner’s “What’s Love Got To Do With It.” Sexandroide is one of…

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    Murder In A Blue World (1973)

    In 1992, I watched Nirvana smash their instruments on Saturday Night Live. My dad was in the room. When the commercial hit, he looked at me, laughed, and said, “Just like…

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    Scream For Vengeance (1980)

    They (don’t really) scream for anything. But I scream for mustaches. Judiciously. For the past thirty years, Scream for Vengeance has led the world to believe that it’s an onerously brutal…

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    Mysterious Monsters, The (1976)

    I could watch these sorts of documentaries, especially from this time period, all day long. Peter Graves talks and talks. Sometimes they cut to random footage of other people talking. Sometimes…

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    Hollywood Horror House (1970)

    The opening ten minutes of this film features a blood-splashed toilet, a kid inexplicably vomiting next to a tour bus, and a grande metaphor for showbiz deterioration. Usually, such artful insight…