American Horror Project vol. 2: The Child (1977)

We first encountered The Child at a Halloween party thrown at the palatial Mexican War Streets home of Mr. Groovy Doom himself, Bill Van Ryn. While some folks drank in the kitchen or enjoyed the mix of Goblin and My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult blasting in the sitting room, I was entranced by a… Continue reading American Horror Project vol. 2: The Child (1977)

Cinderella (1977)

From The Baby to The Pink Angels, Graduation Day, Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins, Love at First Bite, Michael Pataki is in so many great movies. He's even the Klingon Korax who starts a fight in the Tribbles episode of Star Trek. He's everywhere --  The Sidehackers, The Return of Count Yorga, Airport '77, Grave of the Vampire, Dracula's Dog, Dead and Buried, The Glove, Sweet Sixteen, Rocky IV, Halloween… Continue reading Cinderella (1977)

New Female Prisoner Scorpion: Special Cellblock X (1977)

In the first of the remade Scorpion movies, Nami was framed for her involvement in the murder of a politician who was threatening to expose corrupt practices. She escaped from jail to get revenge on those who set her up, including her lover, but was captured at the end. Now, she's been sent back to… Continue reading New Female Prisoner Scorpion: Special Cellblock X (1977)

Day of the Animals (1977)

William Girder died in a helicopter crash while scouting locations in 1978. If that hadn't ended his life, who knows the heights of lunacy he would have achieved? In just six years, he directed nine feature films -- Asylum of Satan, The Get Man, Three on a Meathook, The Manitou, Sheba Baby, Project: Kill, the astonishing Abby, Grizzly and...Day of the Animals.… Continue reading Day of the Animals (1977)