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    G.B.H. (1983)

    Cliff Twemlow is many things. He is first and foremost a bouncer. He is also a stuntman. And a generous lover. And an actor, screenwriter, director, producer, composer, and novelist. He…

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    Srigala (1981)

    Originally published in Bleeding Skull! A 1980s Trash-Horror Odyssey. Did Jason Vorhees ever drive a speedboat? Srigala is an Indonesian rip-off of Friday the 13th. But instead of a killer exacting…

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    Folies Meurtrieres (1984)

    I like change. I like it when I’m challenged to grow and adapt to whatever path life takes. Change helps us to focus and make things better. We learn from it.…

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    Yarasa Adam Bedmen (1973)

    I’ve never understood Led Zeppelin. Their songs are all one-riff bro-jams that last three minutes longer than they need to. But I just saw Turkish Batman and Robin wipe out a…

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    Arpie (1987)

    It’s easy to burn out on the world. No matter how old you are or what you’ve achieved in life, there will always be something to keep you up at night…

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    Women and Bloody Terror (1970)

    The original poster for Women and Bloody Terror promises “terror that explodes in a wild nightmare,” one where “a love psycho goes berserk” and “women meet sudden brutal terror.” The only…

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    Death Warrior (1984)

    It’s a known fact that ninjas from all over the world are capable of incredible feats. However, only ninjas from Turkey can throw a rock that turns into a bomb when…

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    Bionic Boy (1977)

    What happens when a group of “professional killers” pulverize a couple with a bulldozer and leave their ten-year-old son for dead? Hint: It involves revenge. Another hint: It involves turning a…

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    Death Run (1987)

    Some movies have training montages of shirtless men using exercise machines. But only one movie has a training montage of shirtless men using each other as exercise machines. DEATH RUN! Nuclear…

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    Wendigo (1978)

    Sixty minutes into Wendigo, two men paddle down a river in a canoe. This is not surprising. Because up until this point, most of the movie is made up of people…

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    Onna Ramboh (1991)

    The hoi polloi mingle at a black tie birthday party for a teenager. Think of it as a really fancy bat mitzvah, only Japanese. A singer belts out “Happy Birthday Dear…

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    House by the Edge of the Lake (1979)

    A bloody hand reaches out from a lake and drowns a lady in a rowboat. Meanwhile, a blind girl plays with a headless doll and a dead chicken hangs from a…

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    Terror Express (1979)

    All aboard the Terror Express! Making stops at Smutville, Whoresburg, and Rapey-Rape-Town. Dining car is in the rear. Please move about the aisles carefully; the entire train is dripping in sleaze.…

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    Manson Massacre, The (1971)

    I know nothing about the facts surrounding Charles Manson and his crimes. But I do know that The Manson Massacre has a scene where a baby gets thrown into a dumpster.…

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    Witchcraft ’70 (1970)

    Witchcraft ’70 achieves the impossible — it makes Satan boring. This faux-mondo documentary is all about repetition. Narrator Alberto Bevilaqua (aka Edmund Purdom from Pieces) explains that hidden cameras have captured…

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    Bloody Mansion Death (1982)

    I went for a walk. The Shangri-Las were on my headphones. The roads were quiet and the sky was overcast. The only things that existed were Mary Weiss’s dual-tracked vocals, reverb…

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    Vampira: About Sex, Death, and Taxes (1995)

    Reminiscing about her 1950s escapades in Hollywood, Maila Nurmi (aka Vampira) turns to the camera and says, “Of course, I thought I was from another planet.” That’s why we love her.…