Nerveo-Rama at the Toledo DIs Aug 17, 1979 plus State of the Screen


It has been a long time since I posted something here, and it’s mainly due to actually trying to get some internet based contacts and even trying to spark up a Facebook page. for you, here’s a great four film show of Horror flicks that are pretty damn cool together for a good Summer night out!

This seriously is almost like the three film show in the Metro Detroit area around the same time I wrote about a while back, but there are a couple of major changes. The Toledo and Detroit shows both had The Hills Have Eyes and The People Who Own the Dark, but in the Glass City, there was a four flick feast that included The New House on the Left which might have been maybe Mario Bava’s Bay of Blood, which has been retitled a number of times or more likely The Night Train Murders, and Alice Sweet Alice, which already had a small cult reputation thanks to the slight appearance of Brooke Shields.

The Free Funeral gimmick was not used in the Toledo area as well, but there was free coffee or at the Parkside Corn on the Cob and Watermelon!

Once again, seriously, be on the lookout for a Facebook page and possibly more to come! Stay tuned.


~ by screen13 on March 15, 2014.

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