Write for us — topics for the next few months

We’re always looking for more writers to be part of the site. Sure, we don’t pay, but we’re willing to let you write about just about any movie that you want to, at any length and in any style or format. We get around 1,000 visitors a day and share our reviews on Letterboxd, IMDB, Amazon, Rotten Tomatoes, Facebook and Twitter, so your work will get an audience. writerswanted2

Here are the themes for the next few months:

SEPTEMBER

  • September 5 – 11: All Giallo Week, be it Italian and Spanish classics, or newer retro flicks. We’ve done so many already, but there are always new reissues on Blu and DVD of the classics, as well as new retros. Check out our “Exploring Giallo” feature for the ones we’ve done. We’ve since extended this week into a second week to run from the 19th to the 25th.
  • September 12-18: Shot on Video films. Like Things? Come on down. (And check out our SOV ’80s category link to see what we’ve done).
  • September 19-25: Video Nasties! We also need help moping up our three-part U.K. Video Nasties “Exploring” lists. You can visit the links for more information. Also check out this IMDb list of all the “Nasties” to help in your deciding on the films you want to review.

Here’s what we have left to review. All others are either done or claimed, written and ready to post.

Section 2

  • Boogeyman II
  • Human Experiments
  • Killer Nun
  • Women Behind Bars

Section 3

  • Demented
  • Erotic Rites of Frankenstein
  • The Executioner
  • Foxy Brown
  • Headless Eyes
  • Hell Prison, aka Escape from Hell
  • The Killing Hour
  • The Last Hunter
  • The Les Demons
  • Love Butcher
  • The Mark of the Devil
  • New Adventures of Snow White 
  • Scream for Vengeance!
  • Street Killers

OCTOBER

  • All slashers! Send us your favorite slasher movies!
  • We’ll also dive into another Scarecrow Psychotronic Challenge! Check out our wrap ups for 2018, 2019, and 2020. They’ll post their new theme days for the month, soon, but here’s their 2020 list for you to get an idea of how it works.

NOVEMBER

Mill Creek month! Every year, we do a month of a Mill Creek multipacks and this time we’re covering the Drive-In Movie Classics fifty pack, which includes:

Absolution
Beast from Haunted Cave 
Black Hooker
Blood Mania 
Breakout from Oppression
Count Dracula and His Vampire Bride 
Country Blue 
Craze 
Creeper 
Day of the Panther 
Don’t Look in the Basement 
Don’t Open Till Christmas 
Going Steady 
Horror of the Zombies 
I Wonder Who’s Killing Her Now? 
In Hot Pursuit 
Invasion of the Bee Girls 
Jive Turkey
Katie s Passion
Legacy of Blood 
Legend of Big Foot 
Mad Dog
Moon of the Wolf
Nabonga  
Night Train to Terror 
Prime Time 
Prisoners of the Lost Universe 
Rattlers 
Savage Journey 
Savage Weekend 
Shock (1946)
Single Room Furnished
Slave of the Cannibal God
Snowbeast 
Spare Parts 
The Devil with Seven Faces 
The Devil’s Hand 
The Firing Line
The Guy from Harlem 
The Island Monster
The Lazarus Syndrome
The Manipulator – CLAIMED
The Murder Mansion 
Throw Out the Anchor 
TNT Jackson 
Trauma (1978)
Treasure of Tayopa 
Twister’s Revenge 
Voodoo Black Exorcist 
Women of Devil’s Island

We’ve also been getting quite a few, new hits on our “Exploring” feature on hicksploitation and redneck cinema from the ’70s and ’80s. There’s quite a few left on that list that we haven’t reviewed. So surf on over and check out what films we still need covered. Get the films, HERE. Same goes for our “Exploring” feature on grunge films from the ’90s. Get those films, HERE

If you want to be part of the site, just email us at bandsaboutmovies@gmail.com. We look forward to having you write for us!

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