Go-Go for a psychopathic ride with Psycho-A-Go-Go.
Al Adamson director of such Troma Classics as Dracula
vs. Frankenstein, Satan’s Sadists and I Spit
On Your Corpse! delivers another terrifyingly violent drive-in slasher
classic. The 1965 Psycho A Go-Go was on ishelf in
the early 70s and had
only seen a few drive-in play dates, when Adamson
and Sherman decided to
use some of the footage from that movie in a
new horror film, Blood of Ghastly Horror, which now added stars John
Carradine, Kent Taylor, Regina Carrol and Tommy
Kirk. While many movie fans have seen Blood of Ghastly Horror, the original
full-length film, which started that production, has been unavailable anywhere
since the late 1960s. For this special video
restoration Sam Sherman has taken the only
available film elements and pieced them back
together, so the complete Psycho A Go-Go can
be seen again. It is ifirst
movie Al Adamson directed and his many fans have
requested it being made available. The story of the film
follows Psycho-killer Roy Morton as he seeks
innocent victims that he believes possesses stolen jewelry he thinks is his.
Anybody getting in his way gets cruelly murdered.
Filmed in gorrific Chill-o-Rama by Oscar
Winner Vilmos Zsigmond (The Deer Hunter, Close Encounters of the Third
Kind), Psycho A Go-Go is a blood
curdling, booty shaking experience!
Adding to this Double Feature presentation is i1935
Horror Western ‘The Rawhide Terror’, directed by Al
Adamson and produced by Victor
Adamson, Al Adamson’s father. Originally devised as a
10 chapter serial the film was re-shot and reconfigured
as a feature film. This is a
rare opportunity a
truly lost movie.
- NTSC Region 1
- Double Feature DVD
- Audio Commentary by Sam Sherman
- Original Theatrical Trailer
- Second Feature: The Rawhide Terror