Friday, May 4, 2018

Graverobbers! Gorillas! Jerry Lacy!

Earlier today, I shared an essay about DARK SHADOWS by renaissance madman Donald F. Glut that was originally published a 1974 issue of Monsters of the Movies. (You can read it HERE.) I tried to be dilligent in illustrating Glut's mondo career, but a very important detail was overlooked: Glut has drafted DARK SHADOWS alumnus Jerry Lacy for his latest movie, TALES OF FRANKENSTEIN.

Glut himself pointed out on Facebook that Lacy is part of the neato cast of TALES OF FRANKENSTEIN, which also includes Beverly Washburn of SPIDER BABY, Ann Robinson of the 1953 WAR OF THE WORLDS and perennial martial arts movie badguy Mel Novak. Here's the official summary:
Celebrating the 200th anniversary of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelly’s classic novel FRANKENSTEIN; OR, THE MODERN PROMETHEUS, Pecosborn Productions unleashesTALES OF FRANKENSTEIN – a feature-length movie comprising four gruesome stories spanning a century and four continents, each adapted from an original story published in the book collection also entitled TALES OF FRANKENSTEIN, and filmed in classic “Frankenstein style.”
You can see a trailer for the film below, and visit the movie's website at

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