Easter is almost upon us so here an Easter basket for you in the form of a new edition of the AMG Dirty Dozen. This one has a few unique attributes: namely, there’s a trio of reviews for films by friend of Schlockmania Mark Savage. There’s also a double bill of killer big-animal flicks from Bert I. Gordon and, continuing a theme from the last AMG Dirty Dozen, a pair of Ozsploitation oddities from director Terry Bourke. Elsewhere, you’ve got a girls-on-the-run film that Tarantino loves, Lynda Carter’s most notorious film, a darkly humorous movie with killer senior citizens and a gore-and-cheesecake highlight reel from the golden days of horror on VHS.
Note that full-length reviews for the Gordon double bill, Empire Of The Ants and Food Of The Gods, have been published at Schlockmania since these capsule reviews were written. Click on their titles below to access the feature reviews.