Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Random movie ads: The Independent-International edition, Part 2



































And don't forget to check back later in the week for our interview with Independent-International Pictures owner and co-founder Samuel M. Sherman!

5 comments:

Robert said...

Love the NURSES FOR SALE tag, and just the idea that there would be a white-slave ring entirely focused on nurses.

I don't know if THE HOUSE IN NIGHTMARE PARK was simply too tough to market in North America, but NIGHT OF THE LAUGHING DEAD was not the way to go. Independent International tacked on a cartoon-credit opening that did nothing for the film, and in the process sacrificed the actual creepy opening sequence (with Harry Robertson's magnificently atmospheric score) as filmed by director Peter Sykes. This film is yet another that begs for a proper DVD release.

dekkoparsnip said...

"There are many who say this is a better movie than Godfather II!" Can you prove they DIDN'T say it? The many? Huh, can you? Brilliant.

Always curious about THE HOUSE IN NIGHTMARE PARK. And I'd easily have been suckered in by KILLER'S CURSE because it took me looking into the credits before I figured it was (another) retitling of NURSE SHERRI.

Booksteve said...

If you don't recognize the bizarre cast, you'd never know that THE GREAT TRUCK ROBBERY was also BLAZING STEWARDESSES (which had a great Gray Morrow poster).

Temple of Schlock said...

Booksteve, I also have a one-sheet for BLAZING STEWARDESSES under the title CATHOUSE COWGIRLS, dated 1982 (to cash in on THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS) and with no credit block whatsoever!

filomeno2006 said...

The smiling maniac, con el gran Fernando Rey