Sunday, December 16, 2007

EL COLECCIONISTA DE CADAVERES (Cauldron Of Blood) - Ray Ellis - "It Takes All Kinds" (1968-1970)


Tabonga threw me one of them grenades, so I had no choice but to throw what's left of my body on it, and this is the result, an 11 minute and 37 second monsterpiece from "Cauldron Of Blood." Just lay your head back, close your eyes, and listen to the glory of what it is! You might just wake up & all this Christmas stuff will be over, but then again, maybe not! Now, theoretically, this film should not even be included on this list because of it's release date in the 70's, but since it's the season to be merry & to give you a chance to see what might me coming in the future, and the fact that it was one of Boris Karloff's last films, and since Boris left us in 1969, and he's our hero for evermore, this movie makes the list. Sue us if you don't like it! Ray Ellis does a phenomenal job on the music for this film, & it was my pleasure to edit it down into one listenable piece for you. I can say, honestly, and without a doubt, it cooks!! Don't forget to check it out where the music just suddenly slows down as we hear the party music from Pablo's drunken perspective. Possibly the most perfect last minute gift for that hard to please person on your list! Happy Merry Ha Ho!!, Here ya go...Blind Man's Bluff

Boris is looking classy right to the end!!!!!!

Some fun costume party, anybody for a game of darts??

One Evil Ho, Ho, Ho, Ho, Ho!!

1 comment:

Greg Goodsell said...

I can't watch one of Karloff's later films -- this includes TARGETS (1968), knowing how ill and frail he was, frantically working to leave something for his estate.

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