August 29, 2005

Movies that I want to see, just because of the titles

  • Bikini Girls on Dinosaur Planet

  • Zombiegeddon

  • Vampire Lesbian Kickboxers

  • Spacemen, Go-go Girls and the True Meaning of Christmas

  • Repligator

  • Night of the Day of the Dawn of the Son of the Bride of the Return of the Revenge of the Terror of the Attack of the Evil, Mutant, Alien, Flesh Eating, Hellbound, Zombified Living Dead Part 2: In Shocking 2-D

I'm sure there's more.

Posted by: Ted at 05:21 AM | category: Cult Flicks
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1 Do these really exist, or are you just fantasizing? Because if you're just fantasizing, I might try to make Zombiegeddon.

Posted by: Victor at August 29, 2005 12:21 PM (L3qPK)

2 Real movies, Victor, each and every one.

Independent Horror is very much alive and kicking.

Posted by: Ted at August 29, 2005 01:15 PM (blNMI)

3 I've seen a couple of those, and had all but one of them on "my list".

Posted by: BLUE at August 30, 2005 11:25 AM (4Xncc)

4 I give you: cannibal woman in the avocado jungle of death (with Shannon Tweed and Bill Maher). Not a horror film, but a great title.

Posted by: RP at August 30, 2005 02:19 PM (LlPKh)

5 Just happened upon another for you (from today's NY Times):

Another neglected Eurotrash classic resurrected - in an extremely good print - by Mondo Macabro DVD, "Girl Slaves of Morgana Le Fay" is a 1971 French softcore sex and horror film that might have been directed by Jacques Rivette and written by Jean Cocteau. Obliquely based on the legend of King Arthur's half-sister, the sorceress, the picture takes place almost entirely within a remote chateau, where Morgana (Dominique Delpierre), employs her ancient wiles to recruit a young tourist (Mireille Saunin) into the ranks of her female love slaves, all gifted with immortality. To keep things lively, Morgana's court also includes a psychotic dwarf (Alfred Baillou) with an excessive fondness for eyeliner and a lust for revenge.

Despite the ultra low budget, and the apparent inability of the cameraman to create a single atmospheric shot, the film - the first to be directed by Bruno Gantillon - develops a real sense of mystery and fantasy, chiefly through a theatrical stylization of movement and dialogue (choral forms predominate) that casts a spell not unlike Mr. Rivette's celebrated "Céline and Julie Go Boating," which "Morgana" predates by three years. A genuine curiosity, presented here with appropriate respect and illuminating supplementary material, including Mr. Gantillon's short film "An Artistic Couple." $19.95. Not rated.

Posted by: RP at August 30, 2005 02:45 PM (LlPKh)

6 RP, as for Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death, I reviewed it here:

Another great title is "Nice Girls Don't Explode". Pretty good movie too.

I'll have to check out that Mondo Macabro. Thanks for the tip!

Posted by: Ted at August 30, 2005 04:06 PM (+OVgL)

7 My pleasure! How about Roller Blade Warriors Taken by Force? Have you seen that one? Same kind of thing as Avocado.

I will certainly check out the review.

Posted by: RP at August 30, 2005 04:42 PM (LlPKh)

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