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Movies Till Dawn: The Saturday Morning Strange – “Godmonster of Indian Flats” (1973)

The irresistible force paradox – which asks us to consider what happens if an unstoppable object collides with an irresistible force – is put to the test in this bizarre hybrid of science fiction, experimental film and underground comedy. Virginia … Continue reading

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Movies Till Dawn: A Salvo of Saturday Morning Strange

“Schlock” (1973, Turbine Media Group) A murder spree in a Southern California suburb is revealed to be the work of the Schlockthropus, a mostly befuddled ape man whose unrequited affection for blind Eliza Garrett/Roberts – she thinks he’s a dog … Continue reading

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Movies Till Dawn: What You Could Be Watching This Weekend (Delinquent Spirits Edition)

“Pastor Paul” (2015, IndiePix) Pressed into playing the ghost of Hamlet’s father in a Ghanaian film, white mathematician Benjamin (co-writer/producer/director Jules David Bartkowski) appears to become possessed by a real spirit, and sets out to find help from both the … Continue reading

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Movies Till Dawn: The Saturday Morning Strange – “The Sword and the Claw” (1975)

Delirious costume adventure with prolific Turkish action star Cuneyt Arkin in two roles: as Suleyman/Solomon, wise and exceptionally well-coiffured Ottoman ruler, and his son Aslan, who avenges his father’s death at the hands of his second-in-command, Antoine (Lee Van Cleef-lookalike … Continue reading

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Movies Till Dawn: The Saturday Morning Strange – “The Zodiac Killer” (1971)

Audacious no-budget thriller which attempted to put both an identity and a motive behind the titular  murderer, who was still at large in northern California (and remains as such) at the time of its release. Here, the Zodiac is revealed … Continue reading

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