Episode 24 – Dr. Butcher and his Sexy Sorceress

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On this episode, Christian takes a look at some recent Blu-ray and DVD releases. First up, he heads into the cannibal and zombie-filled jungle of Severin Films release of Dr. Butcher M.D./Zombi Holocaust (1980), one of the most fun films in the Italian Cannibal and Zombie genres. Then, things get steamy as he reviews the Synapse Films release of Sorceress (1995), a softcore erotic-horror movie starring Julie Strain and Linda Blair. Last but not least, he reviews the Full Moon DVD release of Jess Franco’s Sexy Sisters (1977), and that’s where things get weird.

Also discussed on this episode are some upcoming book releases, including Richard Glenn Schmidt’s Cinema Somnambulist, Satanic Panic: Pop Cultural Paranoia in the 1980s, edited by Kier-La Janisse and Paul Corupe, and the upcoming release of Bleeding Skull: A 1990s Trash-Horror Odyssey!
Music for this episode by Nico Fidenco. 
Additional Links
Buy Dr. Butcher M.D. on Blu-ray from Severin Films here: https://severin-films.com/doctor-butcher-m-d-zombie-holocaust/
Buy Sorceress on Blu-ray from Synapse Films here: http://synapse-films.com/synapse-films/sorceress-uncensored-director-approved-edition-blu-ray/
Get Sexy Sisters on DVD from Full Moon Video here: http://www.fullmoondirect.com/Jess-Francos-Sexy-Sisters-DVD_p_1090.html

We’ve Moved to Podbean.com

Good Movies For Bad People is now hosted on Podbean at goodmoviesforbadpeople.podbean.com

I’ve been updating this site with recent episodes of the podcast since the show started, but to be frank I haven’t been updating it as often as I should have and those of you who are subscribed to our show via RSS or iTunes have been getting much more timely updates than those of you who come to this site.

While I appreciate those of you who still arrive at our podcast via this site, it’s just become an additional chore to update. We are no longer hosted on Libsyn, and I’m much happier with the service provided by Podbean. Please update your bookmarks to our Podbean page, as that is going to be the home of the podcast from now on.

To be completely honest, I’ve been going through writer’s block for a while and that has only made me more productive with podcasting, which is where all my review work is being done these days. I do have an article on Lucio Fulci’s House by the Cemetery coming in Fang of Joy #4. I will post links to that issue once it is available for sale.

I appreciate all of you who have been following this site since its beginning as a place to post my written reviews. You are why I started writing about film and its because of your support that I transitioned into podcasting as well. I will continue to occasionally update this site with reviews and lists, but these updates won’t be a regular thing.

-CBH

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Episode 22 – Killer Dames

We’re back from holidays after a month-long hiatus, and on Episode 22 of Good Movies For Bad People we’re taking a look at Arrow Video’s recent Killer Dames box-set of two films from Italian director Emilio P. Miraglia that blend the tropes of Gothic horror with the Giallo, The Night Evelyn Came Out Of The Grave (1971) and The Red Queen Kills Seven Times (1972).

For more reviews from Uncouth go to www.toxicgraveyard.com

Next episode:
We’ll be joined by Richard and Brad of Hello! This is the Doomed Show to talk about Francesco Barilli’s The Perfume of the Lady in Black.
We have a new home. We’ve moved the podcast from Libsyn to Podbean. Our new main address is goodmoviesforbadpeople.podbean.com. We recommend you go here first for new episodes, as it will be updated first.
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Extrasode – The Big Ass Tinto Brass Show

If you liked Christian’s recent review of Tinto Brass’ Paprika, well then you’re in for a treat.

On this extrasode he covers every film released in Cult Epics box set Tinto Brass: Maestro of Erotic Cinema. This box set includes 4 films from the final decade of Tinto Brass’ career as Italy’s greatest ass-man, starting with the sex-comedy Cheeky (2000), the WWII drama Black Angel (2003), the short film-collection Private (2003), and ending with Monamour (2006).

It’s almost an hour of Christian talking about butts and stuff by himself and trying and failing to sound smart when talking about softcore Italian porn. Enjoy!

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Get Tinto Brass: Maestro of Erotic Cinema from CULT EPICS here: http://www.cultepics.com/product-detail/tinto-brass-maestro-of-erotic-cinema/

Episode 22 covering Arrow’s “Killer Dames” box-set will drop on Monday, August 1st, 2016.

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One-Shot: Return of the Killer Tomatoes (1988)

On this one-shot review, Uncouth turns red with laughter after checking out Arrow Video’s recent release of the horror-comedy Return of the Killer Tomatoes (1988).

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Buy Return of the Killer Tomatoes from Arrow Video here.

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Next episode: CBH brings the smut with a big ass Tinto Brass extrasode!
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One-Shot: Paprika (1991)

On this one-shot Christian travels back to Italy in the 1950s for a grand tour of the country’s brothels in Paprika (1991), Tinto Brass’s loose adaptation of John Cleland’s “Fanny Hill, or Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure.” He consulted his doctor after viewing, and test results came back clean.

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One-Shot: Belladonna of Sadness (1973)

On this thirty-six minute one-shot review, Christian examines one of the most anticipated animated releases of the year, the Art Nouveau-inspired feminist anime, Belladonna of Sadness aka Kanashimi no Beradonna (1973) from director Eiichi Yamatomo and producer Osamu Tezuka, remastered in 4K and recently released on Blu-ray by Cinelicious Pics.

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Music for this episode is by Masahiko Sato.

Buy Belladonna of Sadness from Cinelicious Pics here: http://www.cineliciouspics.com/belladonna-of-sadness/

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