Tag Archives: Feature Presentation

Feature Presentation:Santa Claws (1996)

Welcome back to week 3 of Feature Presentation:The Nightmare on Christmas. Having already seen wrestlers grapple with puns in Santa’s Slay and why traumatized kids should never grow up to play Santa in Silent Night, Deadly Night, this week’s feature includes a special Christmas treat for me, or so I thought. As I’ve stated many, […]

Feature Friday: Massacre in Dinosaur Valley (1985)

It’s the fourth Friday this month, and we’re nearing completion of our jungle adventure. Now that we’ve survived two waves of cannibals and escaped from the Amazons, it’s time for a little spot of jungle adventure. Tonight’s film takes us deep into the Amazon, the Green Hell itself, for an adventure with some laughs, some […]

LBL Feature Presentation: Mario Bava’s Black Sunday

It’s the end of the month, and so that sadly brings us to the end of the Mario Bava feature. Don’t fret though, there’s so much more Bava I want to cover. After all there’s still vikings, space vampires, sex comedies, spaghetti westerns, Vincent Price, and still more giallo waiting to be covered. So surely […]

How Low Can You Giallo?- Black Belly of the Tarantula (1971)

The year was 1971 and everyone was following in Argento’s footsteps with their animal entitled gialli. Paula Cavara was one of the directors of Mondo Cane and several other similar features released in its wake. After making a couple of war themed films, the stars aligned for the director, and with a story by Marcello […]

The LBL Feature Presentation: The Films of Mario Bava – Bay of Blood

Heya, Moonies. Welcome to the end of the working week. It’s been a long one for me folks, and it’s about time I get to kick back with a fine film full of head choppin’ goodness. If you work in the ruler of your own planetbusiness like I do, there’s just never enough time to […]

How Low Can You Giallo? – All the Colors of the Dark (1972)

When I decided to tackle Gialli for my monthly feature, I knew I had to include a film from one of my favorite directors, Sergio Martino. About every time I talk about Sergio I bemoan the fact that he doesn’t get the respect that he deserves for the massive amount of great films he produced. […]