Click here for Classic-Horror.com's podcast featuring Nate Yapp and your Tenebrous Hostess, Girlkaiser of the Tenebrous Empire, discussing the Karloff/Lugosi film "The Black Cat" and the occult freakiness of "Alucarda."
If Nate Yapp of Classic-Horror.com wasn't such a goddamn charming sonofabitch, I, much like Admiral Ackbar, would have been able to identify a trap when I saw one. I guess it's a good thing for you folks that my life continues to be Gullible's Travels, because I was lured into an exploration of the frequently-analyzed and thoroughly-awesome Mexican horror film "Alucarda." Leave it to the glossy allure of New Media to lull me into a sense of geeky hyp-mo-tism!
Take a listen, and be treated to thirty-three minutes brimming with morsels of excitement like:
- Boris Karloff's awesome haircut
- Panty-moistening art deco architecture
- Incestuous necrophilia
- Subnormal is the NEW normal
- Blood-drenched lesbonic hottness
- Why "Alucarda" is not a nunsploitation film
- Psychic battles with gypsies
Thanks again to Nate for inviting me to chit-chat, even knowing what an arrogant, long-winded bastard I can be. He's good like that.