Tuesday, December 20, 2011

"The Female Bunch"
Directed by Al Adamson - Filmed 1969, at Spahn's Ranch
*Courtesy of our video expert, MattP*
"Click" Below to watch film, in it's entirety...
and view VHS Covers.







Running Time 84 Minutes
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12 comments:

LynyrdSkynyrdBand said...

Thanks Again MattP!!!

You Rock!

mattprokes said...

I am but a humble servant.

LynyrdSkynyrdBand said...

MattP...

You're a secret weapon, when it comes to anything video/film/movie related!!

I'm adding another star to the "Hall of Fame"!

LynyrdSkynyrdBand said...

Circumstance...

You said you wanted to watch this film... well, there you have it.

MattP strikes again!

mattprokes said...

check your mail tomorrow l/s

and yes sometimes i rock but most of the time i roll like an egg

MrPoirot said...

What a movie! The costumes(or the lack there of) were fabulous. Nice shot by Lon Chaney at the end. I give it a two thumbs up but I'm partial to Tom Jones cover acts.

katie8753 said...

Thanks for the movie Matt, but this bomb was destined for the drive-in theaters from the get-go. HA HA.

katie8753 said...

There were 3 other horror flicks that came out in the 70's that went straight to drive-in that I can think of:

The Last House on the Left
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
I Spit on your Grave

Oddly enough, they've all been redone, Chainsaw several times.

mattprokes said...

i found it in a horror/cult film forum.
i'm pretty sure the other three films you mentioned can be found there as well along with hundreds of others that we've all forgotten.

fiona1933 said...

Sandy, Sadie, Sharon, Denise is Susan's middle name...hmm, weird coincidence?

katie8753 said...

Yes Fiona...weird coincidence.

I just thought of another 70's bomb.

The Hills Have Eyes by Wes Craven. Which has also been redone twice. LOL.

katie8753 said...

Wes Craven lucked out with Nightmare on Elm Street. Boy did he ever. Although, it was a very clever idea, the bad guy can only get you when you sleep.

Someone probably thought of it before, but I have to say, the first Nightmare movie was REALLY good!! LOL.