Halloween Boutique Psychotronic Reviews, Podcasts

Halloween Boutique Psychotronic Reviews Volume 004

Welcome to the latest edition of Halloween Boutique Psychotronic Reviews – a podcast that reviews and critiques films released by boutique labels that have taken old and sometimes forgotten midnight movies and re-releases them in special editions where the quality of the picture is fully remastered, usually from onetime lost or privately owned negatives or prints.

A wide variety of cult films are reviewed in this edition of the podcast including a throwback film that apes the 1970’s sexploitation movies; a slasher film from Poland that baths in the glories of drive-in cinema; a midnight movie take on a Shakespearian play; an insane sequel to an obscure slasher film; and a thriller that curiously was marketed as a teen sex comedy.

This edition co-host Philip of the Dark Discussions Podcast critiques five films: Anna Biller’s feature length debut film Viva from 2007; Massacre Video’s edition of the Polish slasher movie Fantom Killer; Vinegar Syndrome’s loaded disc of the 1993 exploitation horror film Psycho Cop Returns; Troma’s cult favorite Tromeo and Juliet (written by James Gunn); and Kino Lorber’s release of the Sybil Danning classic They’re Playing With Fire.

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