I'm afraid I'll be replying to a couple of more of your months-old entries! Kevin, please do! It's just that sort of experience that was a major impetus for me starting this blog in the first place. Popalong Cassidy's backstory is some seriously dark, affecting stuff, I was on the verge of tears reading it. And the fact that the character is an inherently ridiculous thing, a cowboy with a TV for a head sums up what makes these books brilliant, they offer cheesy B movie thrills but hit you with some shockingly disturbing and heavy stuff.
Did you ever get around to reading the third one? The 20 year gap makes me skeptical, it kinda feels like Lansdale probably said all he needed to say with the first two, I'd hate to try it and be disappointed though I'm obviously curious. Post a Comment.
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Subscribe to Too Much Horror Fiction. Picking up right at the end of the first book, The Drive In 2 : Not Just One of them Sequels introduces dinosaurs on the loose, carnivorous film stock, and a young woman who, adept at martial arts like Lansdale himself , survives The Orbit apocalypse but meets up with Popalong Cassidy, a monstrous dude that maybe could have stepped whole and breathing from Videodrome.
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Stock Image. Published by Bantam Spectra Books, New Condition: New Soft cover. Save for Later. The film not only looks great, with plenty of attention to detail, but the acting is very good all around. And there are lots of funny lines and moments to balance the explicit creepiness What's good about this movie is it actually has a decent story and interesting characters, unlike many horror films you'll come across.
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Jake's garage is a biomedical nightmare. This is one of those obscure horror films made and forgotten. But this movie has all the parts of a classic. Smooth plot, understandable events, blood, it has it all.
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Watch this movie! There's even a fair share of effective humor in this sadly forgotten horror movie.
Highly recommended to fans of solid B-horror, if you can find it somewhere. Well, in the B-movie sense anyway. It is greatly entertaining.
If Hiram doesn't keep you laughing throughout this movie than you are living a sad life. Ok effects, and a whole lotta laughs.
If you are on a B movie hunt. Pick this one up.
This is an entertaining film. It's hard to find, but if you're a "B" horror fan you'll dig it.