I'm Azac, Canadian crusader of cinema. I'm not a film critic but I play one on the internet.
📼 B-movie fan. I design movie-inspired t-shirts. I'm also the editor of The Movie Vigilante blog, which consists of B-movie news, reviews and interviews.
I enjoy bad movies that are so bad, they're good. A movie can be bad but it should never be boring.
I attempt to play Manos: The Hands of Fate, a retro-style video game based on a cult movie from 1966 of the same title. I took the liberty of inserting some scenes of the movie in case you aren't familiar with the source. I don't know which is worse -- the movie or my skill level. #gaming #Manos
Watch as I horribly play a retro-style video game that is based on the
1966 cult B-movie, Manos: The Hands of Fate. Since I'm not what you
would call a gamer, I'm not very good and don't get very far. Keep that
in mind so you don't expect to see me complete the game.
The object of the game is for Mike and his family to find the Valley
Lodge where they hope to stay while on vacation. Unfortunately they get
lost in the desert and encounter strange creatures and characters,
including members of a cult. Armed with a gun, Mike must battle them in
order to get his family out of there. But as Torgo the caretaker says,
"there is no way out of here."
The playthrough you see in this video is from the PC version and I was
using the keyboard controls. Z is the fire button, the space bar is jump
and the left and right arrow keys moves your player in those
I've inserted some film clips from the movie to further enhance the
Buy the video game: https://store.steampowered.com/app/350780/MANOS/
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Long before Will Forte, Vincent Price was the last man on earth, although he never used a swimming pool as a toilet. Instead, Price arms himself with garlic, mirrors and wooden stakes as he battles the plague and the undead.
Vincent Price as Dr. Robert Morgan (in others as Robert Neville)
Franca Bettoia as Ruth Collins
Emma Danieli as Virginia Morgan
Giacomo Rossi-Stuart as Ben Cortman
Umberto Raho as Dr. Mercer
Christi Courtland as Kathy Morgan
Antonio Corevi as the Governor
Ettore Ribotta as the TV Reporter Rolando De Rossi
Carolyn De Fonseca dubbed for Franca Bettoia's voice in the English release of the film. She was uncredited.
Giuseppe Mattei, as the leader of the survivors, was also uncredited.
Basically, the plot of the movie involves a wealthy old widow (Marjorie Eaton) who wants a doctor to transplant her brain into the body of a beautiful young woman which she selects from three unsuspecting servants. Apparently, one of the doctor's previous experiments included a beast who looks like Stephen Stills. If you can't beast with the one you love, kill the one you're with, I suppose.
As for alternate titles, I would have gone with What's The Matter, Cat Got Your Brain?
Hey guys! Today we're jumping behind the wheel of a Ford Mustang Foxbody that's been built up as a budget drift car. With a carbureted 5.0L V8 under the hood and plenty of mismatched mods to complete the interior, this Mustang has got some character that is undeniable. Enjoy!