Gloriously unrestrained radio trailers from the golden age of exploitation cinema.
As wild as movie trailers from the golden age of exploitation cinema might be, nothing quite matches the craved intensity of the radio spot – stripped of imagery and reduced to between thirty and sixty seconds in order to sell a film, all restraint is pushed aside as the narrator gives it his – or her – all to convince you that this film will go beyond anything that you’ve seen before – even if it is PG rated.
Here, as an end of year treat, are 20 minutes of hysterical pitches for classic titles like Women and Bloody Terror, Loving Cousins, Graveyard Tramps, Island of Lost Girls and Dr Black and Mr Hyde. Enjoy!
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