Friday, May 30, 2014

Ginger (1971)

Starring the statuesque, platinum blonde actress Cheri Caffaro; 1971s Ginger is an all out, exploitation classic that truly delivers the cinematic sex and violence. Ginger is a rich gal who gets recruited as bait by the local police to expose a gang whose specialties are kidnapping and further sleazy actions. Aside from the obvious and copious prurient interests displayed within, this film is also of note as the screen debut of off beat character actor Tracey Walter. This was the first in a series starring Ms. Caffaro as tough gal Ginger, which also includes The Abductors (1972) and Girls Are for Loving (1973)

the feature

Can - Soest, Germany - 1970

from the Rockpalast Archive
Mixed Media Show
Soest, Germany
1970, Winter

0:00:00 - 1. Intro
0:00:00 - 2. Sense All of Mine
0:04:50 - 3. Oh Yeah
0:23:20 - 4. I Feel Allright
0:36:43 - 5. Mother Sky
0:43:09 - 6. Deadlock
0:48:17 - 7. Bring Me Coffee or Tea
1:08:28 - 8. Don't Turn the Light On, Leave Me Alone
1:13:35 - 9. Paperhouse

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Dawn Of The Dead (1978) Director's Cut

This early George Romero edit of the film was quickly put together for its premiere at the 1978 Cannes Film Festival. It is lacking much of the Goblin music but includes more footage at the docks where a tense confrontation occurs with Joe Pilato, who would reappear in a larger role in the 1985 sequel Day of the Dead.