Monster A Go-Go (1965) Review by Annie Riordan aka: Terror At Halfday (1961)Directed by: Bill RebaneStarring: NobodyPlot: Astronaut Frank Douglas’s space capsule has returned to Earth. It crashes, some people get killed, a big irradiated dude with volcanic acne stumbles around for a while, …
We’re never told exactly what, but I can only imagine the ghastly, agonized sobs of some traumatized preschoolers rising up over London like a hellish fog in the aftermath.
A giant, mutated facial wart and the carnival gypsy fortune teller it’s attached to are building an army of disfigured zombies for reasons which remain unclear.
"Oh hey look! A shortcut through the spooky woods, let's go die there!"
King can be such a sadistic pig cock.
Never name your rural town after a demon. And if you do, don’t fucking open a Halloween haunted house attraction there. And if you go ahead and do both anyway, don’t have the nerve to look surprised when spooky shit …
Synopsis: A cautionary tale about what NOT to do when you find a metal armband and a Golden Snitch in the jungle.
I wanted to like you, movie. I tried. However, you were like the blind date who belched his dinner, stuck me with the check and couldn’t fathom why I wouldn’t fuck you afterwards.
Filmed in black and white and primarily spoken in German (thank god for subtitles), it is obvious that Die Farbe did not have a huge budget to work with. Effects are minimal and the cast is utterly unknown. I should …
Suddenly, out of fucking nowhere, a demonic dustbuster shows up and starts pew-pewing all over the place.