French Flesh for Frankenstein

This is a reblog of a 5 January 2014 post at Infernal Wonders. The 1974 movie Flesh for Frankenstein was the subject of a series of three posts written for Erotic Mad Science back in 2010. The text in the poster reads:

René Chateau présente Dallia di Lazzaro, Joë Dallessandro, Udo Kier. Chair pour Frankenstein. Un film de Andy Warhol. Mise en scène Paul Morrissey. Interdit aux moins de 18 ans.

The original source for the post is the French-language blog Les Rétro-Galeries de Mr Gutsy, which is still up, and still cool.

“I’ve always admired your beauty, dear.”

I’ll be this is a very widely recognized screencap from Re-Animator (1985). The girl on the table is played by the awesome scream queen Barbara Crampton (b. 1958) (you can follow her on Twitter here!). The image first appeared on the tumblr The Nihilistic Cinephile and is a reblog from this 25 November 2013 post at Infernal Wonders.

It’s beginning to look a lot like fishmen…

Probably actress Barbara Bach (b. 1947) posing with a fishman played by I-know-not-whom in a publicity still for the 1979 Italian action-adventure-horror film L’isola degli uomini pesce (Island of the Fishmen).

As it does so often, the IMDB entry (which gives the movie the title Screamers) does not disappoint in its luridness.

The main image on this post is a reblog from a 16 November 2013 post at Infernal Wonders. The first appearance the image made appears to have been at a tumblr called Cocks and Cowboys.

The Demon Doctor

The poster text reads:

A nightmare of terror in the macabre. The Demon Doctor. See the maniac doctor in the horror film of the age. He lures lovely women for monstrous experiments.

It’s not entirely obvious, but The Demon Doctor is probably an alternate title for the 1962 Spanish-French horror film The Awful Dr. Orloff, directed by Jesús Franco (1930-2013). The promotional art accompanying this movie’s IMDB entry is equally lurid.

The main image is a reblog from a 15 November 2013 post at Infernal Wonders, with an original source at what seems to be a defunct tumblr.