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Blu-ray Review - Orgy of the Dead

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The credited director of 1965's "Orgy of the Dead" is Stephen C. Apostolof, but everything else in the production is born from the mind of Edward D. Wood, Jr., the famous architect of B-movies and no-budget nonsense. I'm not sure "Orgy of the Dead" could even be considered a legitimate film, as it plays more like a night at a burlesque show, with Wood scripting a vague horror story to help link together performances from ten dancing women, all working to share a sense of character and narrative with their gyrations as they slowly shed clothes. It's simple, effective, and for fans of Wood, remains in line with his exploitation interests. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com 

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