Re: vampires in avantgarde cinema?

From: esperanza collado (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Jun 15 2007 - 02:34:03 PDT

I wouldnt say respectable either, but they are interesting. What I
find respectable is Franco's attitute towards Spanish culture in the
70s, he surely knew what he was doing!
There are a couple of Franco interviews circulating, must try to find
them on the internet.



On 15/06/07, Marcos Ortega <email suppressed> wrote:
> Quoting Francisco Torres <email suppressed>:
> > Also
> > remember some weird eyeless dead galleon 70s movies from Spain. Weird.
> > Maybe not by Franco himslf.
> I think you're referring to Amando de Ossorio's films "La noche del
> terror ciego" ("Night of the blond dead") and its sequels "El ataque
> de los muertos sin ojos" , "El buque maldito" and "La noche de las
> gaviotas". There are DVD editions for all of them.
> > Also a "kids as monsters" subgenre in Spain
> > in the 70s. Wonder if there are availble in DVD... Interesting how
> > what was once thought of as lumpen cinema has become respectable
> > thirty years on.
> >
> Well, I wouldn't say respectable... :) But it's true that time changes
> your pov.
> Regards,
> Marcos
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Esperanza Collado Sánchez
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