So here's an old Bela Lugosi potboiler of a film for your punk ass.
"Voodoo Man is a 1944 American film directed by William Beaudine. It was shot in a mere seven days beginning October 16 1943 and was the last of Bela Lugosi's 9 Monogram features, but released 4 months prior to the 8th film, Return of the Ape Man.
Lone female motorists traveling a particular highway have been mysteriously vanishing without a trace. They are victims of a weird trap created by Dr. Marlowe, played by Bela Lugosi. With the help of John Carradine as Bela's half-witted henchman Toby, and George Zucco as Nicholas the Voodoo Priest, Dr. Marlowe uses his captive women in a bizarre attempt to bring his beautiful wife back from a state of zombie-like coma, or rather a living death.
Bela Lugosi turns in a fine performance as Dr. Richard Marlowe, desperately trying to bring his zombie wife back to life by transferring the life force of another woman into her body. Zombies abound, but not the George Romero type of flesh-eating ones. Veteran character actor John Carradine turns in a quirky performance as Toby, Dr. Marlowe's manservant. He's such a delight to watch on screen as he takes a minor role and brings it center stage.
The rest of the cast is solid as well. However, the voodoo sequences where the high priest does his evil chants in order to work his magic are terribly hokey as the priest utters a series of nonsensical syllables that sound like he's making them up off the top of his head."
Steve's Snacks Of The Week:
A Lot More Coffee
A Buncha Chips
... AND NOW, Steve and this blog are both PROUD to once again present today's Church-less Movie of the Week in its entirety FOR FREE!
Please, though, a few rules first. There's absolutely no talking in Steve's Theater and talkers WILL be spit on, then impregnated. No cell phones or African-American berries in the theater. And absolutely NO TEXTING! I am so serious about that last one.
And be sure to dim your headlights (where applicable).
Enjoy the show y'all!