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Evan Munday’s 31 (More) Days of Fright

Friend of the Gutter Evan Munday watches A Bucket of Blood (and more) as part of his effort to raise money for the Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape. “So far, this horror marathon has brought us to medieval Japan, to grimy 1970s New York, and to the contemporary British countryside – but it hasn’t yet brought us to the beatnik-filled bohemian cafés of late-1950s America. Roger Corman, the brain such B-Movies as The Little Shop of Horrors and dozens more, is here to the rescue with A Bucket of Blood, a far-out morality tale of art and murder – one, perhaps, more relevant than ever.” Make sure to check out the rest of his thoughtful and funny write-ups here.

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