. DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #116*
WEREWOLF OF WASHINGTON (1973) Dean Stockwell, Biff McGuire, Jane House, Michael Dunn. An old fashioned, schlocky grade B werewolf movie! The President’s press secretary (Stockwell) is on a trip through Hungary when he’s bitten by a werewolf. He goes back to D.C. and wreaks havoc in the nation’s capital. One terrific scene has him attacking a woman in an overturned phone booth. Another scene has him locking himself in a White House bathroom to keep away from the President’s daughter while he’s transforming. The climax is great! This enjoyable chiller really pays homage to The Wolf Man. “Whoever is bitten by a werewolf and lives, becomes a werewolf himself.” Stockwell sees the sign of the pentagram in the palms of his soon-to-be victims. The makeup and transformation scenes are quite good. Color, 16mm. THE CREMATORS (1972) Marvin Howard, Maria Di Aragon, Eric Alison. A scientist doing research near a remote part of the Great Lakes region discovers a series of bizarre droplets that seem to have a life of their own and are in some way connected to a gigantic energy monster that lurks in the waters below. Soon bodies are found that have been incinerated into neat piles of ashes. Color, 16mm. S228
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