Guest Co-Host: Nicholas Schlegel
We discuss the events of October 10, 1975 captured in Peter Traynor's film, Death Game (AKA The Seducers AKA Mrs. Manning's Weekend), starring Sondra Locke, Colleen Camp, and Seymour Cassel. The film should serve to remind us that fate allows no man to insulate himself against the evil which pervades our society.
This episode features interviews with actress Sondra Locke, producer Larry Spiegel and cinematographer, editor, and the voice of George Manning, David Worth.
Mike is joined by Professor Nicholas Schlegel on this special episode to discuss the film as well as its progenitors, Kitten with a Whip and Little Miss Innocent as well as the 2015 remake from Eli Roth, Knock Knock.
Note: Per the Grindhouse Releasing Facebook page they are not releasing Death Game.
"Where is My Mind?" - Lovedrug
"Where is My Mind?" - Mindy Jones
"Where is My Mind?" - Bloody Bits
"Good Old Dad" - The Ron Hicklin Singers
"Where is My Mind?" - Maxene Cyrin
Buy Death Game on DVD
Buy Knock Knock on Blu-Ray
Buy Little Miss Innocent on DVD
Buy Kitten with a Whip on DVD
Buy Poor Pretty Eddie on Blu-Ray
Visit the officia David Worth website
Buy Zen & The Art Of Independent Filmmaking: A Cautionary Tale by David Worth
Buy The Good, The Bad, and the Very Ugly by Sondra Locke
Buy Sex, Sadism, Spain, and Cinema: The Spanish Horror Film by Nicholas Schlegel
Watch Visciosas al Desnudo online
Watch Miss Innocent (1987) online (NSFW)
Read Where Is My Mind?': A history of the Pixies' song in TV and film by Robin Hardwick
Listen to the Outside the Cinema episode on Death Game