6 More Terrorific Trailers


Hi there!  It’s time for yet another edition of Lisa Marie’s Favorite Grindhouse and Exploitation film trailers!  Today, we’ve got six trailers that are terrorific!

Now, I know what you’re saying.

You’re saying, “Dammit, Bowman, terrorific is not a word.”

Well you know what?

It so totally is a word.

And with that settled, here’s this week’s collection of trailers!

1) Strange Behavior (1981)

This is one of my favorite films of all time!  This is a horror film that includes zombies, knife-wielding maniacs, and an elaborate dance number for no particular reason.  What more could you want?


2) The Beast Within (1982)

Agck!  This film is so scary that its trailer starts out with a warning!

3) Holy Terror (1976)

This trailer features a truly terrorific mask.


4) Sisters (1973)

Someday, me and the Dazzling Erin are going to star in a remake of this film.

5) Rawhead Rex (1986)

I’m tempted to make a really tasteless comment about the title of this film…

6) The Lift (1983)

Agck!  This trailer makes me glad that I always take the stairs at work.  Cardio for the win!

What do you think, Trailer Kitty?

2 responses to “6 More Terrorific Trailers

  1. Speaking of terrorific (and I most certainly *will* stipulate it’s status as a word), I realize you’re not a family guy fan – but, I am reminded of “bonerific”, which in one episode Peter claims is Brians “catchphrase” (although of course he’s never even heard the word). Then after multiple failed prompts trying to coax it out of him, he whispers it in his ear and he finally says “bonerific? That’s not even a word”. To which Peter replies: “see, you can’t KEEP him from saying it!!”
    And now I know my new catchphrase: “bowmanific”
    🙂

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