Eaten Alive (Virgo International Pictures, 1977)
Producer Mardi Rustam produced a wide range of horror movies back in the 70's and 80's. I kind of like this batcrap crazy effort from Tobe Hooper - in which a backwoods loner - the underrated Nevile Brand - running a bayou hotel periodically goes after his guests with a scythe - and has a big crocklegator in the back yard for leftover disposal. With that corker cast listed above - plus a young Robert (Freddy Krueger) Englund in I believe his first role...this is well worth a watch - and if you do check it out - keep in mind the whole thing was done on sets on soundstages!
Dangerous Mission (RKO Radio Pictures, 1954)
Shot in 1950's 3-D, this pastoral adventure thriller didn't get that much play with the glasses - it played flat more often as it wasn't released until after the heyday of the Third Dimension - and on TV its wide expanses of nature made people wonder if it was produced by some picturesque Western state's tourism department. But it's got an interesting cast - with LGOOH Ultrafave Vincent Price as a finger smashing baddie - I haven't seen it - but I'd watch it in a heartbeat!
The Muthers (Dimension Pictures, 1976)
Another Filipino-shot women in prison movie - but not by Roger Corman and his cohorts for New World Pictures. It's got some of the usual suspects for this sort of picture in the cast - but this one was helmed by Cirio Santiago - a wild exploitation filmmaker who probably should have been mentioned in this blog some time before this. Another I haven't seen - but only because the opportunity hasn't arisen.
Ah, blessed randomness! Until next post, you Can Poke Me With A Fork, Cause I Am Outta Here!