A student researching the German settlements of Central Texas unearths the grave of a reputed witch. The witch (who happens to be both beautiful and naked) rises from her grave and embarks ... See full summary »
Aspiring actress Norma Jean Baker lives in squalor in the early '40s as she works at the munitions plant and dreams of being a movie star. Abused as a child and an adult, she lacks ... See full summary »
The wife of a famous anthropologist is rushed to hospital in labor. At the same time, druggies raid the hospital looking for drugs, causing the baby to be stillborn. While recovering from ... See full summary »
A very tired and embarrassed looking Les Tremayne portrays Death himself in this misfired shot at a Bergman homage, courtesy of legendary schlock-slinger Larry Buchanan.
Death has come for a lovely small town girl(Monica Gayle) who has barely had a chance to experience life, but grants her a single day more to live. What she wants to do over the course of that day is hardly a big surprise...
This lowbrow sexploitation outing is fodder for a few good laughs at the film's bootless attempt to transcend the meretricious nature of its foundations. The decidedly unsubtle material is pitched with a gauzy, soft-lense pisselegance which labors awkwardly to be ennobled by poetic Left Bank sensitivities. The results are decidedly more grindhouse than art-house(which is just fine, as I see it).
Pretty rare, and pretty likely to stay that way. 4/10
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