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[Review] The Car (Groovy Gory Gruesome Gold, 1977): Best Jaws Rip-off…Ever – by Paul Cardullo

In the annals of killer car movies, one film stands out –  The Car (1977) from director Elliot Silverstein  and screenwriters  Dennis Shryack, Michael Butler, and Lane Slate. Sure, Killdozer is older (though, technically, that is about a killer bulldozer, not a car) and John Carpenter‘s version of Stephen King‘s Christine (1983) may be more […]

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[Review] Westworld (Groovy Gory Gruesome Gold, 1973) – by Paul Cardullo

“Boy, have we got a vacation for you…where nothing can possibly go wrong…” – the tagline for the 1973 theatrical version of Michael Crichton’s Westworld sets the movie up perfectly. Richard Benjamin and James Brolin star as friends who visit Western World to play out a fantasy vacation living in the wild, wild West. Yul […]

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[Podcast] The Car (1977) — Episode 27 — Decades of Horror 1970s

“Is it a phantom, a demon, or the Devil himself?” – the tagline for the cult classic, so-bad-it-is-good, Jaws-on-land Seventies horror film The Car  (1977)  promises something satanic behind the wheel of the custom  971 Lincoln Continental Mark III black coupe. There’s nowhere to run, nowhere to hide, no way to stop… The Car. The […]