Deathdream Maverick

Dig this customized Ford Maverick from 1974’s Deathdream. In terms of bleakness and variety, few filmmakers in the genre have matched Bob Clark’s early trio of horror films. His first, Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things (1972), is a cold-blooded cemetery romp in which an amateur acting troupe gets decimated by zombies. The third and best, Black Christmas (1974), executes all the tenets of a slasher film before the term even existed, and does so with a sophistication that few of its more famous followers ever pulled off. Between these two productions, Clark made Deathdream (1974), which is both the bleakest and the most emotionally charged of his horror films… read more >

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