Murnau Shrugged: The Temple Of Bad Discusses 'The Vampire's Coffin'

2016-08-06-1470490282-8850453-TheVampiresCoffinLuvadskulltorch_410x278.jpgLet's not mince words about this: The Vampire's Coffin is a goofy movie, a Mexican horror-fest with rubber bats, balsa wood coffins, poorly choreographed fight scenes, and a "hero" (the star of The Brainiac, actually) who caps off practically every scene by coming close to wetting his pants. It also happens to be a surprisingly good-looking film, with cinematographer Victor Herrera ripping whole reams from the German expressionist playbook for his set up. Which makes for an unusual ToB episode in which Andrea Lipinski, Kevin Lauderdale, Orenthal Hawkins, and Dan Persons explore the paradox between production and content as much as they explore the film's copious flaws. Click on the player to hear the show, or right-click the link to download.

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