Category Archives: Tim Lucas

bavatuesdays: Twitch fo the Death Nerve

“As flies to wanton boys are we to the gods;
They kill us for their sport.” – King Lear
This week’s film for the Mario Bava film fest was  the 1971  Twitch of the Death Nerve (a.k.a. Reazione a catena, Carnage, Last … Continue reading Continue reading

Posted in Carlo Rimbaldi, Dario Argento, Friday the 13th, King Lear, Laura Betti, Luidi Pistilli, mario bava, Tim Lucas, Twitch of the Death Nerve | Tagged | Leave a comment

bavatuesdays Episode 4: Blood and Black Lace

Above is the fourth episode of bavatuesdays, in this discussion Paul Bond and I take a look at Mario Bava’s 1964 giallo Blood and Black Lace. It’s quite a masterpiece of murderous technicolor, and it’s considered by many the beginning of … Continue reading Continue reading

Posted in Blood and Black Lace, Tim Lucas | Tagged | Leave a comment