outsound:

'Snuff' VHS big box. This one was banned in one more country than 'Cannibal Ferox' 😂 #snuff #heruarchive #vhs #exploitation #rendezvousla (at Basilland)

"The film that could only be made in South America…where Life is CHEAP!"
Honestly, it’s surprising that more people didn’t realize sooner that the alleged “killing” hastily tacked onto the end of the movie had nothing to do with the footage that preceded it.  They made no attempt whatsoever to recreate any of the sets, nor to find actresses that resembled any of the ones used in the original film.
Also considering that the original had actually been briefly released to theaters four years prior, you would think there’d have been more people taking notice (though, to be fair, it had failed miserably at the box office).  I went over the origins of the film in greater detail here.  
On a semi-related note, there actually was a rumor that went around among b-movie actresses during the late 60’s/early 70’s about an unnamed actress that went missing during the production of a film, never to return.  However, this rumor was about filming in the Philippines, and not Argentina.

outsound:

'Snuff' VHS big box. This one was banned in one more country than 'Cannibal Ferox' 😂 #snuff #heruarchive #vhs #exploitation #rendezvousla (at Basilland)

"The film that could only be made in South America…where Life is CHEAP!"

Honestly, it’s surprising that more people didn’t realize sooner that the alleged “killing” hastily tacked onto the end of the movie had nothing to do with the footage that preceded it.  They made no attempt whatsoever to recreate any of the sets, nor to find actresses that resembled any of the ones used in the original film.

Also considering that the original had actually been briefly released to theaters four years prior, you would think there’d have been more people taking notice (though, to be fair, it had failed miserably at the box office).  I went over the origins of the film in greater detail here

On a semi-related note, there actually was a rumor that went around among b-movie actresses during the late 60’s/early 70’s about an unnamed actress that went missing during the production of a film, never to return.  However, this rumor was about filming in the Philippines, and not Argentina.

forgottencool:

The Witching Hour #41

forgottencool:

The Witching Hour #41

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Maniac (1934) - directed by  Dwain Esper:  The man responsible for reissuing Todd Browning’s Freaks (1932), and catapulting it out of obscurity, and into exploitation cinema legend.
Like many of his other films, Maniac was written by Esper’s wife, Hildegarde Stadie.  It is a very loose adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Black Cat”.

Maniac (1934) - directed by  Dwain Esper:  The man responsible for reissuing Todd Browning’s Freaks (1932), and catapulting it out of obscurity, and into exploitation cinema legend.

Like many of his other films, Maniac was written by Esper’s wife, Hildegarde Stadie.  It is a very loose adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Black Cat”.

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morki:

EXPLOITATION MOVIE POSTERSThe Gates Of Hell (City Of The Living Dead)

Trailer

morki:

EXPLOITATION MOVIE POSTERS
The Gates Of Hell (City Of The Living Dead)

Trailer

Slime City (1988)

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ghostsareassholes:

"Night Beast" will kick your ass.

Uh oh.  It’s Bob the Nightbeast again.
…Still never going to be able to look at this thing without hearing John Dods talking in falsetto.

ghostsareassholes:

"Night Beast" will kick your ass.

Uh oh.  It’s Bob the Nightbeast again.

…Still never going to be able to look at this thing without hearing John Dods talking in falsetto.

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Mad Ron’s Prevues From Hell (1987).

Mad Ron’s Prevues From Hell (1987).

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cryptofwrestling:

Two great vampire related Wacky Packages stickers
(1960s-70s)

tinny-butts: do you know were the character van helsing comes from? i keep seeing character's that all hold same looks and some what same personality, but in things like blood the game. which came out before the 2004 movie

The character name of Van Helsing dates back to the original 1897 Dracula novel by Bram Stoker.

He is typically the archenemy of Dracula, and out to destroy him (as well as other vampires/monsters).

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