Not much good can come from a mental patient on the lam. You’re either gonna hear about them standing in a busy intersection, swinging a samurai sword and getting subdued by pepper spray, or they’re putting themselves or someone else in some pretty big danger. You gotta feel bad for them, especially if it’s something that happened in their childhood that caused such emotional harm – and that’s exactly George Tatum’s problem in Romano Scavolini‘s 1981 film Nightmare (aka Nightmare in a Damaged Brain).
God is a powerful force. He can lead people into battle, heal the sick and save the dying. He can be your salvation, your witness, and your co-pilot. For Helen Black, God is the force that keeps her strong, and makes sure that she keeps her legs closed. Little did she know that one fateful day, a trip to a local gift and trinket shop would change her life and entire philosophy on keeping those legs closed. Please read on to experience the pleasure of Black Devil Doll from Hell, and the genius that is Chester Novell Turner.
Over the last 2 years at Internal Bleeding we have tackled a lot of strange movies, both with sick and twisted stories, and those with questionable moral values… or at least we thought! Deadgirl makes those movies look like the Disney Sunday Movie in comparison. To give away the plot of the story in the opening paragraph not only ruins the dark and disturbing premise of the film but also tests the moral fiber of this website for describing something that not everyone in this world is prepared to read. I’m sure you think that we are just over-reacting and hyping up the storyline too much, but trust us, it’s not for the faint of heart!
Living in Michigan all my life I’m extremely familiar with cold winters, tons of snow, and forests that go for what seems like hundreds of miles. It is just something you have to get used to while living here, and for the most part it can be very beautiful. I’m also a big fan of camping whether it be in a tent, trailer, or a cabin in what Michiganders call “Up North”, which basically means anywhere further North than you live. (clever huh?!?) The ironic part about “Up North” is you do it to get away, be by yourself, or hang with some close friends and drink. The more secluded the better. Unfortunately seclusion can also be your worst enemy, especially when a killer finds your cabin and starts offing you and your friends!