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Thursday, July 15, 2010

Assorted Bits & Pieces: Film Connoisseur, Celluloid Highway & Cool Ass Cinema Join Forces For Unusual Vampire Movies!


Hello, once again. Venoms5 here. I was asked by Franco from over at the indelible and subversive blog, THE FILM CONNOISSEUR to participate with him and Shaun Anderson (who runs the likewise excellent and provocatively stimulative, THE CELLULOID HIGHWAY) on another of his cooperative, monster blog post ventures. I am grateful for the opportunity to work in such esteemed company. The result is provided at the link below. I hope you all enjoy reading it...

MONSTER BLOG POST! 16 UNUSUAL VAMPIRE MOVIES!

6 comments:

The Film Connoisseur said...

I like that part where you call my blog subversive, well, what can I say, its true! Thanks for collaborating, hopefully it wont be the last time!

venoms5 said...

Hey, no problem, Francisco! I'm gratified to have been asked and also lucky to have had the time to have participated this go round!

Fazeo said...

I never heard of Lake of Dracula, that was the film that stuck out the most for me in the list. I definitely want to track it down on DVD.

In fact the whole Yamamoto Dracula trilogy sounds intriguing.

Shaun Anderson said...

Hello there - I enjoyed collaborating with your good self and Franco very much. I was especially impressed to see MR. VAMPIRE in your selection. An old film studies lecturer of mine was convinced this was the greatest horror film ever made, and he might well be correct. Hopefully the three of us can do this again some time.

venoms5 said...

@ Fazeo: All three are enjoyable, but I liked the second the best of them all. The third has the most violence, though. My friend at far east flix sells custom subbed editions of these three using the non subbed Japanese discs as the source. It's the best there is till a legit version surfaces here. The UK box might still be available, but I heard the picture quality wasn't too good. Can't comment on that one, myself, as I've not seen that set. The link is here if you are interested...

http://www.fareastflix.com/c-japanese-horror.html

@ Shaun: The feeling is mutual, Shaun. I am glad I was able to participate!

I have been a fan of HK cinema since I was a wee tyke when we used to see them at the drive in and on television along with my other huge cinematic influence, monster and horror movies.

Fazeo said...

Thanks for the link, much appreciated.

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