Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Shriek of the Mutilated (1974)

In conjunction with this month's B-Master Cabal "Man-in-a-Suit" roundtable, I'm investigating another Bigfoot classic. If nothing else terrifies you about this movie, wake up screaming with nightmares of those curtains hanging from your windows.

You can view the video here.


beast said...

So, what's up with the professor guy and his cohort and that whole conversation about waking up to get tea then hearing the Yeti? If they are both "in on it" why carry on the ruse when nobody else is around? Damn. This is driving me crazy. Now I'll have to watch it.

Gangrene Widescreen said...

It's the damnedest thing, that ruse.

Apparently, consuming human flesh is most potent in the magikal sense if the victim dies of pure fright, and that is the reason given for the Yeti. They'd be better off if they could use alchemy to achieve the same affect when someone dies of boredom.