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7. The Werewolf vs The Vampire Woman (1971, León Klimovsky)

Before Batman vs Superman, before Alien vs Predator, before all that garbage, Spanish horror movie legend Paul Naschy gave us the classic monster mash up of WEREWOLF against VAMPIRE WOMAN. 573 more words


24 Days 'til Halloween, 2016: MORBO (1972)

Wow…just…wow. Not all the movies I post are movies that I’ve long been familiar with and have “always” loved. Most of them are, but some of them I come across and watch for the first time while putting together my list for making this blog. 1,677 more words

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4-minute Blu-ray review: Count Dracula’s Great Love

Title: Count Dracula’s Great Love

Starring: Paul Naschy & Haydee Politoff

Directed by: Javier Aquirre

Specs: 1973 / Spain / 83 minutes / 1.85:1

Blu-ray release: … 523 more words

Horror Film Reviews

Book Review: Sex, Sadism, Spain, and Cinema

Sex, Sadism, Spain, and Cinema: The Spanish Horror Film
by Nicholas G. Schlegel
Published by Rowman & Littlefield, 2015. 207 pages. 467 more words

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En la Memoria del Sr. Naschy

Today would have been the 82nd birthday of Spanish horror icon, Jacinto Molina, better known to us horror fans as Paul Naschy. Though he has been gone for almost seven years now, his memory and legacy is still as strong now, if not more, then when he was still with us. 829 more words

Misc. Ramblings

The Orphanage Is a Ghostly Masterpiece

Hello, everyone! Yesterday I re-watched The Orphanage for the fifth time. It’s taken me several viewings to understand the nuances of the plot and the significance of the movie’s symbolism, but I think that this time, I get it. 1,391 more words