The First Six Trailers of 2013

Finally!  It’s 2013 and it’s time for another edition of Lisa Marie’s Favorite Grindhouse and Exploitation Film Trailers!

1) The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-up Zombies (1966)

With a title that long, how couldn’t this be a good movie?

2) Frankenstein Meets The Space Monster (1965)

3) Frankenstein Conquers The World (1965)

1965 was obviously a busy year for Frankenstein.

4) Charlie and the Hooker (1977)

With a name like Charlie and the Hooker, you know it’s going to be a fun film for the whole family.  And no, this is not a Charlie Sheen biopic.

5) A Taste of Blood (1967)

From the director Herschell Gordon Lewis…

6) Lisa and the Devil 

And finally, in honor of the new year, here is the trailer for one of my favorite films of all time — Mario Bava’s Lisa and the Devil.

What do you think, trailer kitties?

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7 responses to “The First Six Trailers of 2013

  1. Yay Lisa and the Devil!
    Is #4 a sequel to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory? After he inherits the factory, becomes fat and happy and then spirals into Charles Foster Kanesian ennui?


      • I hesitate to add this to the doc’s attempt at consolation, but a quick search did return another “Erin”-themed film. Like Brockovich, the title (I decided not to go with “titular”, in this case, for reasons that will become evident) character seems to be a helpful person, based upon the brief synopsis provided. (The other) Ms. Bowman can decide whether or not to confirm or deny any biographical connection to the film. (In the event there is such a connection, while your faithful readrer’s enjoy your artist-oriented posts, I think they would also like to read about your other interests. Of course, I can only speak for myself.


      • Well, don’t tak e that personally.

        I read the bio of the actress portaying your namesake. According to that, in addition to being gorgeous, she “…briefly worked at a local Hooters restaurant in Jacksonville, Florida, but eventually quit because she found the work environment degrading.” But this was “…prior to pursuing a career in the adult entertainment industry.”, in which all that objectification and leering would be far less likely to occur.

        She did apparently make a better living therein for awhile. But, alas, she, found religion, and quit the business. (Thanks alot, God.) She now works for a couple of “outreach and supportgro ups”, whatever that means. Sigh…What a waste…


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