I did a Google image search for Worth Keeter and this shiftless son of a bitch popped up. No idea who it is, but I don't believe it's Mr. Keeter. Who knows? Maybe it is. Maybe Worth has tapped out. Maybe...he's worthless. Fuck, I apologize. I should be above that joke, but you and I both know it's the other way around. Who is Worth Keeter??? You shiftless son of a bitch! You should know that he's a bottom-rung b-reel director, an etiolated dabbler in all genres. I'm most interested in his fright fucklings. Baby, if you haven't seen 1979's Wolfman (his directorial debut), then sugar, get out of my trailer. This was actually his debut as a writer as well. To say it's rough around the edges would be an understatement. It's closer to disheveled around the edges.
Speaking of disheveled, have you met Earl Owensby? He produced this effort, and since he was holding the cash, he decided to cast himself as the lead. Note that he possessed neither the looks nor the acting chops to lead Chairman of the Board, much less a Southern-fried werewolf lark. Wolfman is awful, but it's not awful. Right-o. Sweetie, it has a certain charm, and it's brimming with Hammer-style atmosphere. I don't know what it says about my criminal background, but I found this flick easy to finish. Look, I can't change who I am. Honey pie, where are you going? Give me a chance! Again!
And on the left/right (lol wtf ikr), you will see Kristy Swanson's fly ass in 1992's Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I never watched the show. It always seemed like a teenybopper pursuit, and any time I tuned in, it felt...well, it felt like a teenybopper pursuit. I'm open to the idea of giving it another shot. I enjoyed the motion picture, which I recently picked up on videocassette. The first half is a whiff too scattershot. I am told that the TV series more closely resembles the second half, so that's a foretoken of benediction, wouldn't you say? Well, wouldn't you? DEREK? I'm hoping to really catch someone off-guard one of these days with my random name call-outs. They are going to freak out, especially if I add a last name and it syncs up. That's an idea!
Isn't it, KAREN RILEY?
Posted by Dom Coccaro at 10:39 AM