Rhyme and Unreason

The Forgotten brings you the first in a short season of unusual gialli — suggestions for future installments will be gratefully received here, while specific comments on this week’s choice should be left over there at the Daily Notebook. Hope you enjoy!

AND, as if that weren’t too, too much ~

A Charles McGraw limerick! The jaw that walked like a man, at last available in five-line poetic form.

Three Johnny-Alucard-Come-Latelys on the Supernatural Blaxploitation front, one by me on DR BLACK, MR HYDE, and one by Hilary “Surly Hack” Barta on the same subject, plus a last Blaculimerick by Mr H, here.

Now GO!

6 Responses to “Rhyme and Unreason”

  1. How about Sauro Scavolini’s directorial debut, LOVE AND DEATH IN THE GARDEN OF THE GODS (1972)?

  2. Sounds delicious, and it’s not one I ever heard of… I’ll look into it.

  3. Love BABA YAGA and long to see this one as well.

  4. I love your rhyme on Charles McGraw. The square-jawed one deserves his own film festival–or at least a week or two on Limerwrecks.


  5. Thanks! McGraw is so much fun to try to describe.

  6. […] like Corrado Farina’s obscure first film, THEY’VE CHANGED THEIR FACES, even more than his better-known cult second, BABA YAGA, but the latter is still an impressive […]

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