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When Sean S. Cunningham gently ripped off Mario Bava's 1971 "Bay of Blood" and unleashed the brilliant - and extremely straightforward - "Friday the 13th" in 1980, I guess he never knew what a tidal wave of slashers it would start all over the world. For sure, it wasn't the first slasher hit. John Carpenter's 1978 "Halloween" and Bob Clark's 1974 "Black Christmas" came earlier and paved the way for what Cunningham later did, at least in the sense of…
I wrote this when Nightmare City first arrived on DVD years ago. It's brilliant and very touching.
"For the love of Nightmare city"
Oh God, how I love Nightmare City
The cast, the script – so witty!
Watching Hugo Stiglitz sleep through his role
Less inspiration than the sleepiest mole!
Maria Risarua Inaggui beautiful and nude
Hey, Francisco Rabal, what a horny dude!
See how the monsters from the plane leap
(and at the same time watching Hugo sleep)