Friday Night At The Home Drive-In: Invasion from Inner Earth (1974)

Poster for Invasion from Inner Earth (1974)Invasion from Inner Earth (1974) by #BillRebane

Pilots and their passengers, who are  are stranded in the remote Canadian wilderness, begin to hear strange reports over their radio. Soon they find that they are at the mercy of an alien death ray.

“They’ve been waiting millions of years for this moment”


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As I said in my post about Monster a Go-Go (1965), I’ve enjoyed other movies by Wisconsin filmmaker Bill Rebane, including The Giant Spider Invasion (1975), Blood Harvest (1987) and The Alpha Incident (1978). Like Monster a Go-Go, I had never seen Invasion from Inner Earth (1974) before picking up a copy of Weird Wisconsin: The Bill Rebane Collection on Blu-ray. In fact, one of the things that attracted me to the box set was the fact that it contained a bunch of Bill Rebane movies that I had never seen. Continue reading

Friday night at the home drive-in: I Eat Your Skin (1964) or was it (1971)?

Who doesn’t know the story of this movie? Shot in 1964, but not released until 1971, it was originally titled Zombie, or maybe Invasion of the Zombies, but when producer Jerry Gross needed a second feature to send out with I Drink Your Blood he retitled it to I Eat Your Skin.

I Eat Your Skin got panned in every horror review book I ever read. Terror On Tape, by James O’Neill, gave it one and half stars and noted that the acting was “as gruesome as it gets.” Creature Features, by John Stanley, also gave it one and half stars and said “Credit (or discredit) Del Tenney for writing-producing-directing this mess.” Thanks to reviews like these, I avoided watching I Eat Your Skin for many years. But there was always a nagging voice somewhere in the back of mind telling me that this movie needed to be seen. And since it came as a bonus feature on my super-deluxe blu-ray of I Drink Your Blood, I no longer had any excuse to ignore it. Continue reading