Spanish Shocker Triple Feature!

Exhumed Films - Spanish Horrors

If the east coast survives this lastest snowageddon, in February, the fine folks at Exhumed Films are putting on an amazing triple feature that is putting the spotlight on some awesome Spanish Horror films. I’m sure my feelings might have something to do with the fact that two out of the three films are Paul Naschy films, but that is purely beside the point.

On Friday, Feb. 12th, starting at 7:30pm, they will be screening the following films, all from 35mm prints (which impresses me even more!):

Horror of the Zombies (1974) – Also known as The Ghost Galleon, this is Armando de Ossorio’s third entry in his Blind Dead series, starring the immortal Jack Taylor! Yes, this is the one where the Blind Dead are on a boat, but having the chance to see ANY of the Blind Dead films on the big screen is worth seeing.


Night of the Howling Beasts (1975) – This Paul Naschy werewolf outing has about a dozen other names it is known under but no matter what you call it, I’ve always consider this one to be one of his best Waldemar Daninsky movies. This picture has it all, from werewolves, canniable cave women, sadistic rulers and a Yeti! What more could you want?

howling beast poster

House of Psychotic Women (1974) – The original title to this Naschy flick was Blue Eyes of the Broken Doll, and was his nod to the Italian giallo, and one that he did quite well with. Naschy stars as an ex-con who gets a job as a caretaker in a house with three very strange women. And of course, the bodies start to pile up. Well worth seeing.


For all the information about this event, you can check out their Facebook Event page HERE. I know we won’t be able to make it there for this, but will be very jealous and envious of all of you that do. Enjoy!

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