Friday, April 17, 2015

GOTHIC / Virgin Vision - 1986

Thanks for checking in... We have a story about the night that Mary Shelley conceived her horror classic, FRANKENSTEIN, during drug induced games with her friends on a rainy night at Lord Byron's country estate. Ghost stories are told, personal horrors are revealed and the madness of the evening runs from sexual fantasy to nightmare.

I've got a little sound clip from this movie for your approval, sooooo, you can push the big red 'GO' button over by our story telling pit, NOW, Rufus The Gnat!.. Here's a tangy taste of... GOTHIC!

To me, the story is about rich people having too much money and time on their hands.

This is Lord Byron's roomy mansion in England where friends gather for a night of debauchery.

After a nice meal, it's time to start the fun and games with Lord Byron getting things going.

I swear, if The Dungeon had a staircase like this, it would really increase its real estate value!

Once upon a time there was a stinky antisocial dude that lived in a small cave outside of town, his name was The Creep... He only came out at night, dressed in black with shades... His only friends were two rotting decapitated heads from his victims he kept as trophies near his bed in the cave. He named them Shorty and Lil' Buddy for laffs... One night, he was in a foul mood...

The night wouldn't be complete without a séance, now, would it?! Nice shots.

It wouldn't be much of a horror flick without this token skull, I'm thinking.

Looks like poor Mary is not having a such a great time giving birth to Frankenstein!

Lookit here, now!.. That Lord Freakin' Byron guy is totally out of control!!

There's lots of fun stuff going on after they move the party to the nether regions of the cellar. There's this nude spider girl running around scaring the kids!

I threw in this shot because it just looks wild 'n' weird.

The night ends with a thrilling lighting storm and attempted suicide.

So, whose up for some fresh baked ham?.. Eegah!! invades the place again tomorrow, so, if I were you, I'd be there or be a square! That's what I always say...

1 comment:

Greg Goodsell said...

Director Ken Russell in his low-budget Vestron period. How did this wind up in the public domain?

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