The Killer Must Kill Again (1975)

Luigi Cozzi is well thought of around these parts for his less down to the planet Earth fare like Hercules, Star Crash and Alien Contamination. However, his giallo experience exists, as he was the writer of Argento's Four Flies on Grey Velvet. He contributed to other Argento projects throughout his career, like the special effects for Phenomena and second unit direction for The Stendhal… Continue reading The Killer Must Kill Again (1975)

TABLOID WEEK: Mysteries from Beyond Planet Earth (1975)

George Gale has mostly worked as a post-production guy, but he also produced and directed two strange 1970's Fortean documentaries, Mysteries from Beyond Planet Earth and Are We Alone in the Universe? Narrated by character actor Lawrence Dobkin, this movie pretty much hits every single theory in its 94-minute whirlwind of info. Your host stays calm… Continue reading TABLOID WEEK: Mysteries from Beyond Planet Earth (1975)

Footprints on the Moon (1975)

Alice Cespi (Florinda Bolkan, A Lizard in a Woman's Skin) watched a strange film in her childhood called "Footprints on the Moon," where astronauts were stranded on the moon's surface. Now, as an adult, the only sleep she gets is from tranquilizers and she starts missing days of her life. Get ready for a giallo that skips… Continue reading Footprints on the Moon (1975)


Sometimes the Chilling Classics rewards you with magic. Other times, it assaults you with a film like Sunburst, also known as Slashed Dreams. Robert (Peter Hooten, the original Dr. Strange) and Jenny (Katharine Baumann, The Thing with Two Heads and now a handbag creator) are going up to the woods to find their friend, Michael (Robert Englund), who has left the… Continue reading CHILLING CLASSICS MONTH: Sunburst (1975)


Deep Red is one of the few Argento movies that I've seen in a theater. I'm not sure what the audience expected, as it was on what was presented as a grindhouse night. I think they wanted something like the modern interpretation of the term, all fast moving action and laughs. I don't think that… Continue reading CHILLING CLASSICS MONTH: Deep Red (1975)

2018 Scarecrow Psychotronic Challenge Day 14: The Four of the Apocalypse…(1975)

Day 14 of the Scarecrow Psychotronic Challenge is Westerns. Hats and boots are a must on this trail, y'all. Yeehaw! I chose Lucio Fulci's Four of the Apocalypse..., which was made years before he became known as the Godfather of Gore. Salt Flats, Utah. 1873. Professional gambler Stubby Preston (Fabio Testi, Contraband) is arrested the moment… Continue reading 2018 Scarecrow Psychotronic Challenge Day 14: The Four of the Apocalypse…(1975)

2018 Scarecrow Psychotronic Challenge Day 8: Eyeball (1975)

The Scarecrow Psychotronic Challenge for today is THE EYES HAVE IT. This pick must have an eye specific scene. I've already covered the granddaddy of all eye torture, Fulci's Zombi, as well as his other paean to ocular decimation,The New York Ripper. There's also Demonia, where nuns eat a dead baby's eyeballs. And Cat in the Brain,… Continue reading 2018 Scarecrow Psychotronic Challenge Day 8: Eyeball (1975)