VIDEO: Terror at Red Wolf Inn (1972)

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It’s time for some good old fashioned obscure horror for Halloween! To start things off is the rare cannibal horror comedy Terror at Red Wolf Inn.

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  • RockyDmoney

    That opening song is hilarious. Cecil are these movies that you personally remember seeing/own or do people bring them to your attention or do you hunt them down? Just asking cuz some of these flicks seem super obscure and was wondering where you get the material

    • danbreunig

      The music’s so dated that way, I love it. It’s perfect for selling beer, cereal, and vaginal products for the time. It’s how you know it’s 1972 while you can tell Don’t Go In The House is 1979 because of the credits theme song (“shocked by boogie lightning” indeed).

      I’m curious too how you get access to all these, Cecil, especially if for every one Good Bad Flick you also find twenty-odd Bad Bad Flicks.

      • Cecil_Trachenburg

        Its the all encompassing generic tunes! lol

        See above.

        I have a pretty good hit ratio. More often than not, I manage to pick a movie I enjoy. Now, its not always something I would recommend but often I see what they were going for. I have seen some stinkers though but not as many as you would think. Although when I do find a bad one….whoaaaaaa is it bad. Try sitting through The Hillz or The Saint Francisville Experiment. You’ll start thinking Leonard Part 6 isn’t so bad after all.

        • danbreunig

          Doc Winston himself is how I got to watch Leonard Part 6 and like it.

    • Cecil_Trachenburg

      I’ll give you the short answer. (there is a much longer one in the book “So Bad it’s Good 2: Electric Boogaloo” coming out soon…ish. I did the foreword for the book which explains my movie history in lengthy detail.)

      When I was really little, I used to sneak out into the living room and watch Saturday night dead, which was a Elvira/Monstervision horror host kind of show on after Saturday Night Live. (now that I think of it, I found a lot from Joe Bob Briggs too but that was more in the mid 90s)

      After that, when I was in high school I used to work next to a mom and pop video store. I knew a girl that worked there and used to rent tons of off the wall movies. She used to pick the movies that no one else would rent and asked me to watch them.

      In later years after Blockbuster was buying up stores and shutting them down, there was a movie warehouse that bought all the old movies that BB would throw out. (BB only kept the A list stuff and pitched all the B-Z material, since they wanted to only focus on the AAA Hollywood movies) I used to stop in there every so often and get movies on the extremely cheap. Stuff like Penitentiary 3 and Assault of the Party Nerds. Movies that you could get from a mom & pop store or West Coast video but not Blockbuster. (perish the thought!)

      I do also find a lot through recommendations but a good majority of it is from my years of rotting in front of the TV with my friends.