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'The Body Beneath' (1970) - Andy Milligan.

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  • 'The Body Beneath' (1970) - Andy Milligan.

    Widely regarded by many staunch Andy Milligan fans as being one of his more narratively cohesive, dramatically robust and visually competent low budget horror films, his gloriously camp, sinisterly sardonic, fantastically skewed iteration of the immortally pilfered Bram Stoker mythos, 'The Body Beneath' has much audaciously psychedelicized, psychotronically-endowed magnificence to recommend it for those unfortunate souls who have yet to fully experience the spectacularly unbound cinematic idiosyncrasy of macabre maestro Andy Milligan's insanely addictive, avaunt-absurd, micro-budgeted horror milieu!

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    You've posted a pic of BFI's release of Nightbirds for some reason. A real fan of Nightbirds myself.

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      The Body Beneath was an extra on that Nightbirds release, probably the only way to see The Body Beneath in HD before the Severin set came along iirc.

      I know that when this is said to be the best or one of the best Milligan movies it’s based mostly on technical things but it always amuses me because for me this is probably his least enjoyable movie to watch.
      f.ramses
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      Last edited by f.ramses; 09-12-2022, 08:46 AM.

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