Posted by demonik on April 29, 2010
James Moffat – Queen Kong (Everest, 1977)
QUEEN OF A LOST WORLD
The legend travelled far: from an unknown tropical island all the way to the heart of London.
It told of a great beast, fifty feet high, ruling a jungle where time stood still.
It told of a bizarre native sect of monster-worshippers.
It told of savage rites and human sacrifice.
The team of explorers set out to film the mythical giant. They found that the truth was even stranger than the legend.
For the beast was an ape.
A lady ape…
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Posted by demonik on April 27, 2010
Gilbert Pearlman – Young Frankenstein (Star, 1975)
Cover painting: Anthony Goldschmidt & John Alvin
“You know, darling” Inga said, “I meant to ask you about that operation. During the transference the monster got a part of your wonderful brain. But what did you get from him?”
Dr. Frankenstein pressed closer to her.
“Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, that’s what you got!” she cried out delightedly, “Sweet Schatzi … ah … wait… ahhh … sweet mystery of life..:’
THERE WAS NEVER ANYTHING LIKE YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN A TERRIFYINGLY FUNNY MOVIE FROM MEL BROOKS (mad genius creator of Blazing Saddles)
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