Monday, October 19, 2009

October ER Update

Check out the latest batch of reviews posted to the Exploitation Retrospect website. From slashers and mutant, backwoods families to Nazis, Fulci and Naschy we've got a little bit of everything as we head into the last two weeks of the Halloween season.

  • The Hanging Woman (1973) – Paul Naschy co-stars as a pervy gravedigger in this schizophrenic Eurotrash outing
  • Banned Cartoons – ever wonder what happened to some of those controversial cartoons of our youth? Here they are.
  • Albino Farm (2009) – don't be fooled by the marketing, wrestling star Chris Jericho is in this one about as much as logic.
  • Laid to Rest (2009) – looking for a gore-soaked slasher flick for the season? Look no further.
  • Mother's Day (1980) – Charles Kaufman's horror satire still treads a fine line after all these years.
  • Door Into Silence (1991) – what's it like to spend a day driving around with a bloated John Savage? Watch and learn.
  • SS Hell Pack – a trio of nasty Nazi flicks deliver interesting takes on WWII history.
  • Nude in Dracula's Castle (2009) – an admittedly great title for a five-hour vintage nudie compliation.
  • War Victims Volume 4 – low-budget, underground Nazi softcore. 'Nuff said.
Exploitation Retrospect has been the source for junk culture and fringe media reporting since 1986. Check out our website for hundreds of no-holds-barred reviews of everything from horror classics and sleazy Eurotrash to slashers, sex comedies and more. Plus, the web's finest and ever-growing tribute to the career of the one and only Klaus Kinski.

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