Saturday, August 25, 2012
In Living Dead Color
There were shadows prolonged not from lighting,
But that saddest of wrongs film was righting
Many actors, adept,
To the back had been swept
Now they'd add to the throng who'd been biting.
William Marshall creates an army of black vampires in Blacula (William Crain, 1972). Title by David "color me crazy" Cairns.
David finishes his freaky fortnight on supernatural blaxploitation with a look at Dr. Black, Mr. Hyde. Vampire Weekends hasn't bled out.