Friday, November 8, 2013


It's time for some Capulina comedy that has the Frankenstein Monster, Dracula, Wolfman and the Mummy, Mexican style, with Tabonga, here at The Dungeon!.. We've already reviewed movies starring Capulina many times before, so, use our search feature to see more of him!

Eegah!! sent over a suspensful little soundclip for our earjoyment, sooooo, you can push the big red 'GO' button there under that pile of monstruos, NOW, Rufus The Gnat! Here's an earfull of... CAPULINA CONTRA LOS MONSTRUOS!

Capulina runs a newspaper and magazine shack, about every minute there's something weird going on! Looks like 1974 was the high water mark year for short skirts in Mexican cinema!

Capulina is a friend to kids, since their minds have about equal maturity/immaturity levels. They're out trick or treating on Halloween and what else, Capulina ends up in a cemetary chased by two midgets in masks!

Capulina met this mad scientist at the news shack and has been invited to visit there...

He ends up a guinea pig in an experiment, natcherly!

Then, left alone in the lab, Capulina 'mistakenly' lets the Monstruos out of their cells.

The Monstruos chase Capulina into the streets and into a bed and bath shop. He teaches them the thrill of a good pillow fight!

The Mummy breaks Capulina out of jail!

Frankie tows this car all by hisself!

The kids and Capulina's girlfriend also get caught up in the action!

The Monstruos end up the good guys by preventing a crime friom happening!!

*Just a footnote, we now have a whopping 850 Members of The Weirdo Film-Illogical Society!!!

1 comment:

Grant said...

I don't know about short skirts and Mexican cinema, but skimpy clothing on Spanish TV never seems to go out out of style. And just about every CATEGORY of Spanish television. It makes any given thing on English-speaking American TV seem almost prudish.

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