Horror and exploitation movies from the non-CGI era reviewed semi-weekly
Saturday, November 17, 2012
Flashback: Lemora: A Child's Tale of the Supernatural (Richard Blackburn, 1973)
I've already written about the next movie on the list, so I'll just reiterate that it's a beautiful, original, expressive film that is maybe one of my favorite horror films ever, is certainly one of the best horror films of the 1970s, and is well worth your time if your taste runs to the offbeat, poetic, and/or handmade corner of the horror film universe. Here's the link to my old review.
Dr. Mystery, aka Robot X, aka Raul "Sous Chef" Mendoza, aka Josh Krauter was killed in a brawl in a Pizza Hut parking lot after expressing his disappointment with the "Dippin' Strips" pizza. His skeleton was saved and inserted into an apesuit-wearing robot powered by an electrical current emanating from the still-beating heart of deceased actor Zero Mostel. He is also a limited liability company and writes the weekly advice column, "Pull Your Head Outta Your Ass," for the Vermont Luthiers Annual Newsletter.