June 25th, 2016
A Quiet Place to Kill (1970) has more plot twists than a road to an Italian villa. It doesn’t have the black-gloved killer, but it is certainly moving towards the stalk and slash that yours truly at Perverse Osmosis love.
Nice outfits, ladies.
One does not often see this sentiment.
The first of several J&B sightings.
This room needs more bric-a-brac.
Rocking rockers at the nightclub.
And so enters one of the plot twists.
Now that is a nice-sized bottle.
No wonder so many bad decisions are made in this movie. No one is ever sober.
Sure, I may be a wife-killing, step-daughter bedding creep, but I do dress well.
June 20th, 2016
The Case of the Scorpion’s Tail (1971) has a nice eyeball stab and gratuitous J&B use. The fashion was a bit muted for my taste, however.
And the J&B is back.
Quite a vest there, madame.
Another J&B sighting.
Now that is a tie.
Third time’s the charm.
Broken bottle to the eye is always a crowd favorite.
Remember, even a sex maniac has to pay his laundry bills
June 14th, 2016
The Iguana with the Tongue of Fire (1971) is lacking in J&B and wild costumes, but I blame the latter on it having a Irish setting.
My face cream could be better.
The term imperious comes to mind.
Keep in mind, this movie was made in 1971.
That is a lot of fur.
It’s the only thing that gets her to normal.
June 13th, 2016
Mean Mr. Mustard.
I am not sure what the woman in white is wearing: socks with skirt with shorts?
The dog seems nice.
You’re not jealous, you’re just bitchy.
What? No J&B?
Now that is a dress.
June 7th, 2016
Date for a Murder (1967) is a bit too detective for my tastes, but it did offer nice male fashion and incredible wigs.
Even then, there was Peanuts.
Country star, Italian style.
Hard to see here, but this is an amazing bathrobe.
Good color on this suit.
A Cutty Sark sighting. He must be high end.
When Mods go shooting.
Spinal Tap tryouts are tomorrow.
No one, and I mean no one, can go wrong wearing this hat.
She is from the year 2306.
Looking good, gentlemen.
Wow, just wow.
I like it.