Don’t Not Watch These 6 Trailers For October!

Hi there!  It’s time for another edition of Lisa Marie’s Favorite Grindhouse and Exploitation Film Trailers!  Now, the trailer kitties have gone out and found not only 6 grindhouse trailers for us but 2 bonus trailers as well!

Warning: some of these trailers are NSFW.  So, watch with caution!

Don’t Look In The Basement (1973)

Don’t Open The Window (1974)

Don’t Open The Door (1975)

Don’t Go In The House (1979)

Don’t Answer The Phone (1980)

Don’t Go In The Woods (1981)

And finally, here’s two bonus trailers!

Don’t Look Back (1967)

Don’t! (2007)

What do you think, Trailer Kitty?



6 Trailers For The 12th of November

Hello to everyone out there in the real world!  Because of some family obligations, I’m having to do a bit of a rush job on this week’s edition of Lisa Marie’s Favorite Grindhouse and Exploitation Trailers.  As such, I fear my commentary is probably a lot less witty this time around.  I apologize and promise to be a lot funnier next week.  Until then, feel free to supply your own witty commentary to go along with the trailers.

1) Zandalee (1991)

To be honest, I’ve never seen this movie but Jeff says that this is one of his favorite films of all time and just from watching the trailer, I think I can guess why.  As a sidenote, check out the split second appearance from Steve Buscemi, looking all young and kinda hot in his weasel-like why.

2) The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover (1977)

Not to be confused with the current Leonardo DiCaprio film.  I get the feeling that the Private Files Of J. Edgar Hoover is probably a lot more fun.

3) The Evil (1978)

It’s not just evil … it’s THE EVIL!

4) 976-Evil (1988)

Continuing the theme, here’s something called 976-Evil.  Landlines are the devil’s refuge.

5) Don’t Go In The Woods (1981)

“Don’t…don’t…don’t…don’t…”  Seriously, though, this movie looks so bad but I’ve read reviews from several people who insist that it’s just bad enough to secretly be good.  Why is everyone always carrying those gigantic backpacks in these movies?  How did people put them on their backs without tipping over?  That’s just one reason why you’ll never catch me camping.  The other, of course, is that I have no desire to wake up out in the middle of nowhere and discover a chupacabra staring back at me.

6) Battletruck (1982)

The title pretty much says it all.

Finally, in conclusion, this is the 70th entry in my series of grindhouse film posts.  It’s hard for me to believe that I’ve done so many because I’ve enjoyed putting this 70th post together just as much as I enjoyed doing the first.  I hope you’ve enjoy watching them as much as I enjoy putting them together.  As much as I love trailers, I love getting your feedback regarding them even more.  Thank you for continuing to read what I write and put up with me in general and, as always, stay supple!  Je t’aime, mon ange.