a horror show double feature, Attack Of the Giant Leeches (1959) and The Screaming Skull (1958).
Bring it on.
I am a great afficianado of schlocky horror movies, and the drive in was, long ago, their native habitat. Drive-ins, however, were dead in this country long before I was born, but if you know the right places to go wandering, you can still find them... standing tall and bleached in the sun, amidst huge fields of gold, dead grass like ships left out to rot.
Something in me cries out to see drive in movies, I think it might be residual from playing It Came From The Desert and the Martian Pinball 2K from Williams too much, and I will have to race out and get this when it goes local.
My only question, will they do a version of Plan 9 from Outer Space? I already own two copies on VCR, but DVD would be a treat.
And now for two semi-relevant rantlets:
While having "Monkey Magic" come out on DVD here was a great step forward, where is the rest of the Great Hong-Kong Movie Pantheon? Where is City On Fire? Where is Mr Vampire? Where is Magic Cop? Where is anything with Samo Hung in it?
Speaking of 3D, I'm considering the idea of mounting two webcams on a fixed board, a set distance apart, so as to present stereographic vision ( of course, the two images will have to be mashed together to provide some kind of atomicity, or the whole megillah will get out of synch... ). Anyone tried this before?
"Got History?" -- The Prelinger Archive of Ephemeral Movies.