Darcy & Dee Dee cover the 1966 camp sci-fi film "Queen of Blood."
QUEEN OF BLOOD - an alien species contacts Earth to make contact with humanity. Their interstellar spaceship crashes on Phobos and an Earth ship is dispatched to attempt a rescue. A strange, green-skinned woman is found alive aboard the shuttle's wreck. As they head back to Earth, the crew begins to die, drained of their blood...
Written & Directed by Curtis Harrington. Produced by Roger Corman. Starring Florence Marly, John Saxon. Judi Meredith, & Dennis Hopper.
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Meet Darcy and Dee Dee, co-hosts and co-creators of the Vamps on the Verge Podcast! We are two mildly obsessive and highly distractible friends who bonded over our love of watching movies (and talking over them.)
We’ve never really related to the characters in RomComs or Academy favorites so we’ve spent our lives pouring over obscure and forgotten genre films to find vamps, vixens, and women on the verge…
We love horror, Giallo, exploitation, camp, sci-fi, fantasy, underground, queer, art-house... all the way from high concept masterpieces down to the trash trash trash.
The golden rule is, there must be a leading woman. And whenever possible we want to see BIPOC and queer representation.
We won't be covering the usual cult classics on our show, as much as we love them, they’ve been covered. We're always looking for something forgotten, obscure, something that makes us say “Whaaaaat?!!" We hope this podcast will expose you to new movies too!
We don’t just talk movies, we let movies lead us down the rabbit hole.
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Background Characters that should star in their own movie
Wigs, wigs, wiggy wigs
Punks on film
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Lines we can’t get out of our head
How Men on the internet really feel about these movies
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So stay tuned for the launch of VOTV, where we over-analyze over-looked genre films and obsess over their leading women,
Coming June 2021!