Sarno discovery and brief-careered Swedish cult starlet Marie Forsa (Justine and Juliette, Butterfly, Immoral Tales) heads a cast of Teutonic dolly birds and more or less unknowns in a much needed, greatly improved upgrade of Joe Sarno’s atmospheric softcore horror opus Vampire Ecstasy.
Alternative Cinema Podcast, Andy Milligan, Arch Hall Jr., Bill Grefe, Bill Norton Olsen, Bill Rebane, Bill Zebub, Camp Motion Pictures, Code Red, Cynthia Rothrock, David Heavener, Don May Jr., Giovanni Lombardo Radice, Grandmaster YK Kim, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Hobgoblins, Hope Stansbury, Katarina Leigh Waters, kickboxing, Mark Polonia, Miami Connection, Mike Raso, Mike Roberta Findlay, Mike Vraney, Nadav Rechov, Nico Mastorakis, Phantasm, Pink Eiga, Reggie Bannister, Retro-Seduction Cinema, Retro-Shock-O-Rama, Richard Gabai, Rick Sloane, Roberta Findlay, Something Weird Video, Synapse, third eye cinema podcast, Tim Lucas, Tim RItter, Vice Academy, Video Watchdog, Walter Olsen, WWE
For those who missed out the first time around: here are links to the podcasts relating to cult cinema…”boutique label” presidents, actors and actresses, directors and more.
Bill Norton Olsen, Camp Motion Pictures, Code Red, Don May Jr., Katarina Leigh Waters, Katarina's Nightmare Theater, Mike Raso, Mike Vraney, Nadav Rechov, Pink Eiga, Retro-Shock-O-Rama, Scorpion Entertainment, Something Weird, Synapse, third eye cinema podcast, Tim Lucas, Video Watchdog, Walter Olsen
In case you missed ’em first time around: some entertaining interviews with “boutique” DVD label presidents and the like:
- Camp Motion Pictures,
- Code Red,
- Pink Eiga,
- Something Weird,
- and Tim Lucas of Video Watchdog fame…
Welcome to Third Eye Cinema! Tonight we interview Tim Lucas, critic, author, and now screenwriter – the man behind Video Watchdog, the magazine so dedicated to fantastic cinema, in depth interviews with its stars and creators, and its presentation on DVD and other released media that it’s become an industry standard. Winner of the Rondo Award for 5 years straight (2002-2006!), this is THE magazine for cineastes, subscribed to by industry professionals and fans alike.