Next week on the Drive-In Asylum Double Feature: SATAN!

Saturday, September 5 we’re showing two movies back at our normal time! Get ready for a double blast of demonic goodness, including one of the biggest Xerox versions of a film of all time and a movie that predates the slasher era.

See you on the Groovy Doom Facebook page!

Up first…Beyond the Door!

1974 was about a lot of things, but for us, it’s all about this beyond bonkers remix of another movie that you may have seen before that rhymes with The Exorcist. You can watch it on Tubi and Shudder (or grab the Arrow release, which is getting hard to find!).

Here’s something to drink during the movie!

Beyond the Door 4: The Cocktail (based on this recipe)

  • 1 1/2 oz. tequila
  • 3/4 oz. blue curaçao
  • 3/4 oz. lime juice
  1. Pour ingredients in a shaker with ice.
  2. Strain into a cocktail glass.

Our next movie is the absolutely insane The Redeemer: Son of Satan!

“From out of the darkness the hand of the Redeemer shall appear to punish those who have lived in sin… and return to the watery depths of Hell.” A movie that was made before slashers but is totally a slasher with a two-thumbed possessed priest and…look, this movie makes no sense. That’s why I love it. You can watch this on Amazon Prime and Tubi.

Here’s the cocktail that will help you make sense of it.

The Grim Reaper (which I got from here)

  • 1 oz. Kahlua (I have homemade stuff, but feel free to buy some)
  • 1 oz. rum
  • 1/2 oz. grenadine
  1. Pour the Kahula and rum together with some ice.
  2. Drip the grenadine in to make a blood effect.

See you Saturday at 8 PM on the Groovy Doom Facebook page!

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