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Blu Review: Vinegar Syndrome's Orgy of the Dead (Edward D. Wood, Jr. / Stephen C. Apostolof)

“This is a story of those in the twilight time. Once human…now monsters, in a void between the living and the dead. Monsters to be pitied…monsters to be despised – a night with the ghouls!” 774 more words

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Orgy of the Dead (1965)

Plot: Bob (William Bates) is a writer who has dabbled in every genre, but could only find success with his horror stories. In an effort to spark some inspiration, he is headed to an eerie graveyard with his girlfriend Shirley (Pat Barrington) in tow. 591 more words

Film Review: The Sinister Urge (1960)

Release Date: December 8th, 1960
Directed by: Ed Wood
Written by: Ed Wood
Music by: Manuel Francisco
Cast: Kenne Duncan, James “Duke” Moore, Jean Fontaine, Carl Anthony, Dino Fantini, Jeanne Willardson, Harvey B. 428 more words

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Blu-Ray News #143: Orgy Of The Dead (1965).

Directed by Stephen C. Apostolof (as A. C. Stephen)
Written by Edward D. Wood, Jr.
Starring Criswell, Pat Barrington, Fawn Silver, William Bates

A couple (Pat Barrington and William Bates) crash their car and wander through a graveyard on their way to help. 240 more words

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Personal Tribute: Martin Landau

In all of his performances, Martin Landau effortlessly conveyed the interior life of his characters.

In Alfred Hitchcock’s North by Northwest, he plays Leonard, a heavy who assists Phillip Vandamm (James Mason) in his nefarious acts against Roger Thornhill. 317 more words

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A Few Behind the Scenes Notes on the Making of Stanny Couldn't Make It

“Stanny Couldn’t Make It” came out today in Across the Margins, and, as my practice will be with stories in this series–I’m currently calling it the Zezverse–come out, I have some notes to share about how this story came to be. 202 more words

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