The cool weather means things are just heating up at ER HQ. Check out the latest new reviews from the staff at Exploitation Retrospect including:
PLAGUE TOWN: David Gregory's nightmarish tale of backwoods Irish horrors
HORRIBLE: A near classic from George Eastman and Joe D'Amato
SLIME CITY GRINDHOUSE COLLECTION: Sinferno's look at a quartet of low-budget madness
STONE: The influential Aussie biker flick that helped inspire MAD MAX and THE ROAD WARRIOR
SACRED FLESH: historically questionable UK nunsploitation
GOTH KILL: tongue-in-cheek Satanic mayhem
And, not one, not two, but three Klaus Kinski Klassics (THAT MAN IN ISTANBUL, I AM SARTANA... YOUR GRAVEDIGGER and THERE'S A NOOSE WAITING FOR YOU... TRINITY).
Check 'em all out, not to mention hundreds more trash, horror and exploitation faves at Exploitation Retrospect: The Journal of Junk Culture and Fringe Media.