Some of the interesting cult movie-related blog pieces I've read this month:
Describing Night of the Bloody Apes as a grisly, nudity-spiked apetastic romp is one way for Flowers of Flesh and Blood to make sure I see want to see it!
At the Lightning Bug's Lair a review of The French Sex Murders which looks like a fairly entertaining early 70s giallo.
The Horror!? has a write-up on a late 50s Japanese ghost movie called Ghost of the Well (which sounds like a must-see if you enjoy Japanese ghost stories as much as I do).
The review of A Bullet for The General at The Celluloid Highway makes me even more anxious to see this spaghetti western.
At She Blogged By Night a review of Atlantis, the Lost Continent, a rather fun early 60s Hollywood sword & sandal flick.
Ninja Dixon has me all excited about Turkish pop cinema, esecially 3 Dev Adam which sounds like a total hoot.
How can you go wrong with a movie called Slave Girls from Beyond Infinity? At Mad Mad Mad Mad Movies the Vicar of VHS makes it sounds irresistible.
Colt .38 Special Squad, a 1976 film by the very underrated Massimo Dallamobo, is reviewed at Italian Film Review.
And at I'm in a Jess Franco State of Mind a Jess Franco movie I hadn't even heard of, La Casa de las Mujeres Perdidas.
And at Fascination a look at one of Jean Rollin's least known films, Lost in New York.