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  • Actors: Elvira
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Entertainment One
  • DVD Release Date: August 16, 2011
  • Run Time: 183 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0052WNHV0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #320,790 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

Like a specter rising from the grave, Elvira: Mistress of the Dark is back - providing her signature, unflinching, tongue-in-cheek commentary of some of the "greatest" B-movies of all time!

The Terror
Roger Corman's haunting tale of mistaken identity gets the Elvira treatment as she lampoons the performances of Boris Karloff and Jack Nicholson.

Eeegah!
Elvira screens the Kooky Kro-magnon Klassic starring Richard "Jaws" Kiel as a lonely caveman looking for love!

Bonus Features:
Movie Macabre Behind-the-Scenes, Photo Shoot with Christopher Ameruso, "Mistress of the Dark" Music Video by Ghoultown, Making the Ghoultown Video, Sneak Peek Previews

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Matthew DeLuca on July 8, 2011
Elvira and "The Girls" are back for more macabre madness with this exciting double feature DVD.

First, we have "The Terror". The movie, in essence, features a young Jack Nicholson (Heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeere's Johnny!) stalking the ghost of a woman for two hours.

That's the movie. He stalks a ghost of a woman for two hours.

The next feature is , actually, entertaining. The movie, "Eegah" features that guy who played "Jaws" in the James Bond flms, I think???? He's about 7 feet tall and looks like Tony Robbins' and Ted Nugent's love child. Yeah, THAT guy.

He actually, isnt a bad looking guy....until he puts on his "Eegah" outfit, which REALLY makes him look like Ted Nugent.

Eegah, is a surviving neanderthal (much like Ted Nugent), and he lives in a cave at the top of a mountain...kind of like The Grinch....only minus the green. He doesnt have a dog named Max either, though he DOES keep the corpses of his dead, fellow neanderthal, family members in the cave. Dead Grandma neanderthal is a real "looker"!

Anyhoo, this dorky surfing dude, who likes to sing songs about girls...as long as they arent about the girl he is actually dating......
no, surfer dude likes to sing about OTHER girls, as a way of seducing his girl. Yeah, he's not very successful. But that's actually a good thing, when you learn that his girl is one of the most mouthy, irritating, complaining about everything, girls on the Earth.
That probably explains why the surfer dude is singing about OTHER girls...he probably wants to get as far away from this girl as possible, but doesnt want to directly break her heart, so he tries to do so by indirectly singing about other girls. The acting in this movie is...sub-par lets say.
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Horror hostess Elvira (aka Cassandra Peterson) revisits her roots with the revival of her syndicated series Elvira's Movie Macabre. In this program, our buxom hostess introduces various bad movie treasures while keeping up a snarky commentary about what is going on. It's cheesy, filled with double entendres, and just plain silly--but that's the point. Elvira is present on all commercial breaks enacting up some sort of shenanigans, but also literally pops up within the film to enhance the experience. Obviously, the joke is that the films she is screening are supposed to be terrible--but not all bad movies are created equal. The series, in general, is a must-see treat for lovers of the absurd, but some of the movies definitely make more of an impact than others.

In one of the more high profile double features, this DVD set offers up two notorious winners "The Terror" and "Eegah!"

The Terror: (2 1/2 stars for movie, 3 1/2 stars for cult appeal, Elvira's shtick is that she's bored) I know many people consider this Roger Corman film a minor classic, but for my taste--it's a bit too earnest for its own good. I've watched it about five times in my life, I'm not sure why, and it always strikes me as an interesting curiosity without arousing much passion. Notable mostly for a lead performance by a young (and relatively expressionless) Jack Nicholson as well as an elderly Boris Karloff, the film plays as a otherworldly love story. Nicholson is enchanted by a mysterious woman and his pursuit of her leads him to an isolated castle and a secret long past. It's methodically paced and not particularly surprising--but there are simple pleasures to be had to see Nicholson stomp around in a fit of entitlement.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By B. Wasden on April 8, 2012
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This double feature DVD features one of the best episodes of Elvira's Movie Macabre: Eegah. It is truly a gnarly episode, dude! The movie is actually pretty fun, even when Elvira isn't poking fun at it, which she does quite a bit. Then there's The Terror, one of the most boring movies I've probably seen. And I don't why it's considered a horror movie, when I remember only one scene of "horror", and it's at the beginning. Thankfully, Elvira thinks it's a bad movie and a boring movie too. She makes fun of the movie and its dullness at every turn. This is definitely a must-buy for Elvira fans! And I can't wait for the Elvira's Movie Macabre Wild Women 4-Pack that releases next month!!
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