Sometimes Aunt Martha Does Dreadful Things (1971)

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Sometimes Aunt Martha Does Dreadful Things: Directed by Thomas Casey. With Abe Zwick, Wayne Crawford, Don Craig, Robin Hughes. Two over-the-top eccentric fugitives become roommates in Miami to avoid the law, while one dresses as the other’s aunt in drag, leading to deception and murder.

“Ordering movies by odd titles has always been a thing with me. Imagine my surprise when I got this one in the mail! Youu0026#39;re never really sure at the beginning if Abe Zwick is supposed to be a man or woman. Then when he answers the phone at his house he says in a soft, feminine voice, u0026quot;hello?u0026quot; He repeats it once more. Then his face contorts into a frown and in a deep, bass voice says, u0026quot;STANLEY!u0026quot; (Stanley being his boyfriend who always ends up hooking up with women, even though heu0026#39;s gay). That scene sets the tone for the film and itu0026#39;s the two leads, Paul and Stanley who set the energetic tone of the film. This is a must see for any lover of bad films. On an interesting side note, Paul (played by Abe Zwick) looks a lot like a young Andy Kaufman.”


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