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Celluloid Bloodbath: More Prevues from Hell (2012)

 -  Horror  -  9 October 2012 (USA)
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A collection of 62 over-the-top horror movie prevues from the golden Grindhouse age, spanning the 1960's through the 1980's.

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The long-awaited sequel to 1987's horror cult classic, "Mad Ron's Prevues From Hell". An awesome collection of 61 over-the-top horror movie prevues, from the golden Grindhouse age, spanning the 1960's through the 1980's. Also features commentary from film makers, actors, critics and fans, that makes this a true, incredibly entertaining, one-of-a-kind movie-going experience! Written by Virgil Films

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The Ultimate Grindhouse Collection of Horror & Exploitation Movie Prevue Fun!

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George Stover: Desolate cemeteries have an eerie presence, and are a favorite location for many horror films. The atmosphere here is perfect. In the movies, you never know when some THING is going to slowly climb up out of its grave and come after YOU!
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Sleeping Like the Dead
Written by Billy Marshall and Chad Morley
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Worthy follow-up to the enjoyable original
14 January 2013 | by (The Last New Jersey Drive-In on the Left) – See all my reviews

Boasting over 60 film trailers, this nifty compilation sequel to the immortal "Mad Ron's Prevues from Hell" takes the viewer on a wild'n'crazy tour of horror and exploitation cinema from the 60's, 70's, and 80's. Broken up into various segments that each focus on a certain theme (vampire pictures, revolt-of-nature outings, creature features, and so on), this comp has a sound sense of cohesion that these type of affairs tend to lack. Of course, there's more than enough blood, beasts, and breasts to appease even the most jaded hardcore grindhouse aficionado. The trailers for such obscurities as "Alabama's Ghost," "Meatcleaver Massacre," and "Psycho from Texas" provide the biggest cheesy belly laughs while the segment on T&A horror not surprisingly sizzles the most. Moreover, the segment on tacky promotional gimmicks is an absolute hoot. Hosted with lip-smacking enthusiasm by Joe Zaso and Raine Brown, with amusing lowbrow comedy relief supplied by lovable undead dummy Happy Goldsplat, this baby further benefits from cool guest appearances by a plethora of cult celebrities that include Debra Lamb, John Zacherle, William Forsythe, porn icons Seka and Ginger Lynn Allen, Darian Caine, Caroline Munro, Michelle Bauer, Linnea Quigley, George Stover, 42nd Street Pete, Conrad Brooks, April Monique Burril, Veronica Carlson, and George Stover. Extremely fun stuff.


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