Black Christmas


Merry Christmas everyone from your friends at Internal Bleeding!  I’m not really sure what’s so bad about a Black Christmas, I have one every year.  Well my last name is Black, so maybe that explains it?!?  My guess would be that a lot of strange things happen, and we are scared out of our seats.  Anywho… lets take a look back at the 1974 Christmas tale which launched a remake a couple years back that went highly unnoticed.  The original stars such names as Margot Kidder and John Saxon.  It was director by Bob Clark who went on to direct Porky’s, a movie at the complete opposite end of the spectrum from this one.

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Drive In Massacre

Back in the day, drive in theaters were a big deal.  Hell, most of the movies we review here could and probably did play at drive ins around the country.  I’m sure a lot of tomfoolery happened in those days at the drive in, but I don’t know about how many murders happened.  I could see someone committing suicide perhaps, especially if they showed any Godfrey Ho movies, but murders?  Let alone, a Drive in Massacre!?

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Bad Ronald

Remember that weird kid in school?  The one that used to put glue on his hands and then would pretend it was peeling skin, then eat the pieces he peeled off?  The one that had a cold and waited until the snot would run down his lip until he would lick it off?  Yeah, thanks for making fun of me.  Anyhow, that’s who Bad Ronald is… Well, I don’t think he eats his own skin, or slurps snot, but he’s weird, just don’t call him that to his face, he might kill you on “accident”.

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Werewolves on Wheels


Take a biker movie, throw in a satanic cult and werewolves and mix it all together and you get Michel Levesque’s (Sweet Sugar, The Gravitational Bed) grindhouse flick “Werewolves on Wheels”. This one stars Steve Oliver (Peyton Place) as the leader of the bikers, “Adam”, with a short part by Severn Darden (Mother, Jugs & Speed,) playing the satanic priest with the annoying voice, “One”. Continue reading “Werewolves on Wheels”