The Merits of Sin: Santo vs Frankenstein’s Daughter (1972) (Mexico)

Frankenstein’s daughter has a plan. The leathery old mummy has run into a problem with her youth serum. Much to her chagrin, she has found out that over time her body has built up a resistance to the serum and no longer lasts as long as it used to. Her leathery old ass has figured … More The Merits of Sin: Santo vs Frankenstein’s Daughter (1972) (Mexico)

The Merits of Sin: Death Curse of Tartu (1966) (USA)

It’s hard to believe the biggest cesspool of sentient excrement birthed some of the finest backyard horrors to ever grace trash cinema. Sure, Florida is basically a dumpster fire filled with smaller (but just as odorous) dumpster fires but if you dive into the regional output of America’s butthole you’ll find the waters pleasantly comfortable. … More The Merits of Sin: Death Curse of Tartu (1966) (USA)

The Merits of Sin: The Haunting of Rebecca Verlaine aka Garden of Love (2003) (Germany)

Olaf Ittenbach is up to his old bloody tricks in this enjoyable and poorly acted dismemberment fest. The brutal slaughter of a peaceful commune (we get to see all the nasty and under-lit murders spliced in with the opening credits) leaves young Rebecca Verlaine the sole survivor. She wakes up from her shock induced coma … More The Merits of Sin: The Haunting of Rebecca Verlaine aka Garden of Love (2003) (Germany)

The Merits of Sin: Jack-O aka Jack O’Lantern (1995) (USA)

Inclusion is important. That’s why participation awards exist. Sure ya sucked but at least ya fucking tried. I feel if I was ever running a horror film awards ceremony I’d be giving out a shit ton of participation awards. I wouldn’t be showering praise on every poor excuse for a movie but a lot of … More The Merits of Sin: Jack-O aka Jack O’Lantern (1995) (USA)