Saturday, February 2, 2008

KUSS MICH, MONSTER (Kiss Me, Monster) - Jerry van Rooyen - "Title Credits" (1969)

This is some good stuff, and by 1969, the moviemaking was getting pretty loose, especially in Europe! The music by composer Jerry van Rooyen is hot, and perennial favorite around here, Dan White had something to do with some of the swingin' scenes too. This is the music from the opening credits followed by a key scene involving an accoustic guitar. This movie ain't nothing but fun, and this little bit of music is only the beginning! "Kiss Me, Monster" is a whacked out adventure that's worth wasting an hour on at least once. Go getcha some!

When a movie starts out and a guy is dressed like this, you know it's not going to be dull!

These gals have got quite a pad!!

What an amazing view, how lucky can you be, getting to make a film in such a place!

"You should ask his wife."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Directed by the great Jess Franco! This one has the scene where the girls stop a bomb by throwing it into a swimming pool!

-- Greg Goodsell

Monster Music

Monster Music
AAARRGGHHH!!!! Ya'll Come On Back Now, Y'Hear??