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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Steve's Church-less Movie Of The Week: Extremely Late Make-Up Edition...

Today's movie actually features a supremely cool shout out to moi which I am really psyched about, so listen for Reverend Steve and The Church of Ed Wood.


Yay!


Enjoy ...




Yoinked from wikipedia and edwoodonline.com


"Venus Flytrap (1970) is a rare American/Japanese horror film that is also known as Body of the Prey (original title), The Revenge of Doctor X (American video title), The Revenge of Dr. X (American video box title) and The Devil Garden.


The screenplay is based on an earlier screenplay from the 1950s by Ed Wood without giving Wood credit, despite the fact that most releases of the film now credit it as a so-called 'lost' Ed Wood film.




This was filmed by Toei in Japan from a script Ed apparently wrote in the 50s and it shows. The plot is right out of Ed's 1950's playbook and the dialogue is as convoluted as anything in Bride of the Monster.


Another aspect that shows how important Ed's writing was to the nature of his films is how many actors and directors follow his pattern. This film was made in Japan and yet still features the same hyper-active acting, stock footage and bizarre transitions that featured so prominantly in Ed's own films.


Cinema Insomnia is a nationally syndicated American television series presented by horror host Mr. Lobo. Cinema Insomnia will have 26 new episodes for its 2011-2012 season.The first new episode of the season features a new theme song inspired by Mystery Science Theater 3,000. The movie shown is Venus Flytrap."


Steve's Snacks Of The Week:



Coffee

Pills

Chips

Ice Cream

Root Beer

Inner Shame


AND NOW Steve Galindo and this blog are pleased to bring you today's Church-less Movie Of The Week absolutely FREE!


But a few rules first. There's absolutely no talking in Steve's Theater-talkers will be roughly fisted. No cell phones or African-American berries in the theater.


And be sure to dim your headlights (where applicable).


Enjoy the show y'all!



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