Archive for September, 2012

Angel Above The Devil Below

Sunday, September 16th, 2012 by Perfesser Deviant -

Angel Above The Devil Below   Angel Above The Devil Below poster 66x120 reviews horror comedy Director: Dominic Bolla
Writer
: Jon Cutaia
Release Year
: 1974

Ignore the devil behind the meat curtain!

Randy Maldemar (Linda York) is reading a forbidden book of forbidden evil in her forbidden bed while her mother, Turgid (Starlyn Simone) is ‘paying’ George the handyman (Robert Bedford). The Devil – voiced by Lamar Gilbert – comes to Randy’s call and hides himself in her tunnel of love. For the rest of the movie, which plays like a rude parody of The Exorcist, the Devil shouts obscene requests and insults out of Randy’s nether mouth in an attempt to get some attention….

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Child of Glass

Sunday, September 16th, 2012 by Perfesser Deviant -

Child of Glass   child of glass tv 1978 uncut version 09bb 69x120 reviews horror Director: John Erman
Writer
: Jim Lawrence based on a book by Richard Peck
Release Year
: 1978

Hey! There was no ghost in the disclosures!

The Armsworth family – mom Emily (Barbara Barrie), dad Joe (Biff McGuire), sister Connie Sue (Denise Nickerson) and brother Alexander (Steve Shaw) – move out to the Dumaine plantation house somewhere in the South. The family likes the place, but the son finds that it came equipped with loony neighbor Amory Timmons (Anthony Zerbe) and ghost girl Inez Dumaine (Olivia Barash). Inez needs Alexander’s help….

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Hangman’s Curse

Sunday, September 16th, 2012 by Perfesser Deviant -

Hangmans Curse   Hangmans Curse poster 1 80x120 reviews horror Director: Rafal Zielinski
Writers
: Kathy Mackel & Stan Foster based on a novel by Frank Peretti
Release Year
: 2003

The Holy Ghost vs. The Unholy Ghost.

The Springfield family – father Nate (David Keith), mother Sarah (Mel Harris), sister Elisha (Leighton Meester) and son Elijah (Douglas Smith) – work for the Veritas Project or something solving difficult cases. Now, aside from the fact that the feds would never hire a whole family – especially one in which the parents were such tools that they give their kids identical-sounding names – these folks seem about as professional as an abortionist with blood in his hair. They’re sent in to a school to investigate why the football team is dying after screaming that a former student who hanged himself – Abel Frye (George Humphreys) – is coming for them. Luckily this family of WASPs will help solve a mystery with the help of their dog named Scooby Doo (William Shakesbear). Actually, the dog is named ‘Max’, but this feels about the level of an episode of Scooby Doo with the exception of a distinct lack of Velma for me to lust after.

Velma’s hot, shut up!

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Hood Rat

Sunday, September 16th, 2012 by Perfesser Deviant -

Hood Rat   Hood Rat poster 67x120 reviews horror Director: Leslie Small
Writer
: Stan Foster
Release Year
: 2003
AKA Title:
‘Tara’

Tara at 300 feet.

Homeless Max (Isaiah Washington) and his brother live in the basement of a tenement owned by slumlord Souilliez (Taurean Blacque) and run by the desperate Grady (Ice-T). Max’s only friend, aside from his brother, is a nice girl who lives upstairs – Nina (A.J. Johnson) – until he meets a friendly rat that he saves from a trap. This rat can understand him and hears the tale of a sad and lonely man who wants revenge on all those who have wronged him….

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Maid in Sweden

Sunday, September 16th, 2012 by Perfesser Deviant -

Maid in Sweden   Maid in Sweden poster 84x120 reviews drama Director: Dan Wolman
Writers
: Ronnie Friedland & George T. Norris
Release Year
: 1971

A Swede young thing.

Young, sweet Inga (Christina Lindberg) leaves her repressive home for a short visit to her sister Greta (Monica Ekman) and Greta’s boyfriend Carsten (Krister Ekman) in the big city. While there she gets to cast off the shackles of small-town life or farm or whatever and enjoy some freedom for the first time ever. She also gets to cast off the shackles of being overdressed, which is just fine with this old deviant….

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S&Man

Sunday, September 16th, 2012 by Perfesser Deviant -

S&Man   SMan poster 02 93x120 reviews horror documentary Director: J.T. Petty
Writer
: J.T. Petty
Release Year: 2006

The horror of voyeurism.

A documentary on the way that movies in general and horror in particular is an outlet for our voyeuristic tendencies. There are interviews with author Carol J. Clover, well-known low-budget gore filmmakers Fred Vogel and Bill Zebub as well as some lesser-known folks in the industry or experts on psychology. The interviews are quite interesting, though I do find Carol J. Clover to be annoying, and we get a lot of time with several interesting directors and one actress, Debbie D, but one of the most interesting and creepy is an underground director who makes naturalistic films about a man who stalks and kills young women….

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