Having exorcised the demonic apparitions of Paranormal Activity 2 in this week's Cinefantastique Podcast, Lawrence French, Steve Biodrowsk, and I turn our attention to the world-shattering debate over whether the original version of I Spit on Your Grave (1978) is more technically competent than Wes Craven's original version of The Last House on the Left (1972). Does the fact that Last House takes its inspiration from Ingmar Bergman's dark classic, The Virgin Spring, give the film, by default, an advantage in class?
Plus: Wacky movie promos (Get yer Mark of the Devil barf bags right here, folks!), and a final update on the Halloween haunts of Southern California.
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