Released: 2008 by Wild Eye Releasing
Another looong DVD Review by Joe Torcivia
Keith is responsible for adding both THIS DVD and THIS DVD to my collection (among others), resulting in the reviews found at this Blog – and has considerably broadened my horizons in the area of lesser-known horror, sci-fi, and general exploitation films. I’ve also come to consider him a friend.
|THIS, on the other hand, might be a "friend" you DON'T WANT!|
|Click to enlarge and read the Cover Text|
|Larry David - "Separated at Mirth"?|
|LoBianco: Protect and "Serve-him-donuts"!|
And, as if Crocker’s nameless, early ‘70s era, small Long Island town hasn’t suffered enough – and its sorry denizens cast in a bad enough light – a black man, seemingly passing through town, is charged, by Detective LoBianco, with the murders committed by the Ape.
|Welcome to Long Island! Enjoy your stay!|
|Actor Duane Jones in "Night of the Living Dead"|
|The psychedelic Ape-death of a hippie! Cosmic, man!|
|C'mon! Doesn't that look as if it were made in 1970?|
|Pick your poison!|
|Nassau Coliseum... Alas, poor Hippie!|
|Hempstead Transit Center - when "The Bloody Ape" was NOT filming!|