“Folks At Red Wolf Inn” (1972): or, “Pardon Me, But Your Head Is In My Freezer”
If you’re old enough to remember the early days of cable TV and the various superstations that started showing up on East-coast US cable systems — that is to say, not only can you remember what it was like when a VCR was the standard home video player, you can remember what it was like when there was no such thing as a VCR — then you were probably lucky enough to be exposed to a lot of obscure horror films that you might have ignored otherwise, appearing as a result of late night cable TV packaging. The folks over at DVD Drive-In have a bunch of great articles about these stations.
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