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  1. Interview With Mekhi Phifer (Pandemic)

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    With roles in films such as the Dawn Of The Dead remake and the Divergent series, alongside long-standing performances in shows such as "ER" and "House Of Lies", make no mistake, if you want a performance that will be memorable, you should call upon Mekhi Phifer. His role in the recently released Pandemic was strong, engaging, and ass-kicking all at the same time, and I was lucky enough to snag a few moments to be able to talk with him about the film, ...
  2. Death Walks 2 of 2: "Death Walks at Midnight" (1972)

    Valentina, a beautiful fashion model, takes an experimental drug as part of a scientific experiment. While influenced by the drug, Valentina has a vision of a young woman being brutally murdered with a viciously spiked glove. It turns out that a woman was killed in exactly the same way not long ago and soon Valentina finds herself stalked by the same killer...

    We should note that other than the lack of Frank Wolff, this film very much has the same cast as "Death Walks on High ...
  3. Death Walks 1 of 2: "Death Walks on High Heels" (1971)

    A famed jewel thief named Rochard is slashed to death on a train. His daughter Nicole, a famous nightclub performer in Paris, is questioned by the police about some missing diamonds but she claims to know nothing about this. Nicole is then terrorized by a masked man with piercing blue eyes who demands to know where her father has hidden the stolen diamonds.

    The film is written by no less a figure than Ernesto Gastaldi, who is considered by some to be the father of giallo. The director, ...
  4. Carpenter Classic? "Village of the Damned" (1995)

    A small town's women give birth to unfriendly alien children posing as humans.

    At the time this movie was made, John Carpenter was owed a movie by Universal. He was actually hoping to do a remake of "Creature From the Black Lagoon". Instead, they offered him "Village" and he agreed. The script had interestingly been worked on by none other than Wes Craven, and then Carpenter made his own changes: pushing to make it closer to the original version, but with a female ...
  5. Demon of the Desert: "The Car" (1977)

    While traveling through the desert nearby the small town of Santa Ynez, Utah on their bicycles to camp, two teenage bicyclers are murdered by a mysterious black car.

    The films opens with an Anton LaVey quotation and he is credited as creative consultant. Not sure what he could have possibly contributed to this film... I suspect he was just added as a (small) publicity gimmick and not really involved.

    The founder of the Razzies considers this to be one of the most enjoyable ...
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