As if the originals weren’t already loco enough, Santo (or at least others donning his name & costume) also had a second “unofficial” career appearing in other countries’ B entertainment. In the West, Tomie is by far the lesser known of the “big three” movie/TV horror mega-franchises from Japan alongside “Ringu” and “Ju-on”, though in Japan it’s just as big. He was an actor, known for Santo in the Wax Museum (1963), Neutron vs. the Maniac (1964) and Hellish Spiders (1968). ICM Forum. Right now I dare say my fave is Santo vs. Dr. Death. Another fun entry of opposite nature is the Leslie Nelson-esque goofy 2010 self-parody “Once a Gangster…”. That inconsistency has a big advantage as well: they allow much creative freedom and leeway for personalized interpretations of the character (defined most by the lead actress’ and director’s ideas about it). beaming up to his ship. And indeed, “Tomie” (pronounced TOE-ME-EH) is one series that can widely vary in its quality level (and to a lesser extant in its degree of seriousness, level of horror or graphicness etc). So this list takes a look at some important franchises that slipped through the cracks of popular recognition or memory, yet did much to delight many fortunate enough to have been exposed to them and influence cinema both within their own countries and sometimes even Hollywood movies that lifted from them or built upon their foundations. Another is Shun Nakahara with personal favorite “Tomie: Forbidden Fruit” (2002), carrying over the light lesbian undertones of his sensitive 1990 signature work, “Sakura no Sono”, into dark overtones with a touchingly macabre father-daughter relationship and conflict as both fall in love with Tomie. The most notorious case was 1973’s bonkers Turkish superhero movie “3 Dev Adam” (3 Mighty Men) where he serves as Turkish Captain America’s sidekick against an evil, depraved Spider Man. Yet perhaps the most eye-catching thing about the series lies within its very names: lurid titles you could only find in the wonderful world of Italian exploitation cinema like opening entry “If You Meet Sartana, Pray for Your Death”, and the 4th, “Have a Good Funeral My Friend… Sartana Will Pay!”. Also on DVD-R with Spanish audio and no subs. When the word “franchise” comes to mind, many filmgoers only remember more big-budget, relatively recent Western ones like Star Wars, Fast & Furious and the superhero ones most recently dominating popular movie culture. Understandably so, since “Young & Dangerous” is a lot more culturally and regionally esoteric and more rough around the edges, with indie-like production values for almost every installment. Nathanael León was born on October 26, 1915 in Veracruz, Mexico as Nathanael León Moreno. Come join us. The franchise has also served as an important springboard for several prominent Japanese actresses (including model/singer Miho Kanno who Ito chose to play the first Tomie on the first “Tomie”) and directors to make their names in the industry. Rugged if somewhat compromised, that film helped solidify the rise of Humphrey Bogart in his role as a gangster who teaches the Kids to be better criminals in amusing fashion. Then there’s Noboru Iguchi — known for outlandish J-horror/exploitation films like “The Machine Girl” — naturally going over the top in his 2011 installment, the so-bad-it’s-good “Tomie: Unlimited”. released this film on DVD in the US. Notice especially zany cases on 1962’s “Santo vs las Mujeres Vampiro” (the Vampire Women) where a “heel” wrestler turns into a werewolf at the end of the match, or “Santo vs la Invasion de los Marcianos” [the Martians] where the martian leader escapes Santo’s sleeper hold by (how else?) There, “fighting Irish” delinquents James Cagney and Pat O’Brien do a robbery together as kids. Soon the market had exponentially growing hordes of movies and actors imitating, adding their own spins to and/or blatantly ripping them off to varying degrees. One standout case was Takashi Shimizu with 2001’s “Tomie: Re-birth” (starring Miki Sakai in one of the most amusing interpretations, giddily and playfully chiding characters for killing her before moving to kill them more permanently), who one year afterward would start his more internationally famous Japan-US “Ju-on”/“The Grudge” series. It’s true that this series is a tad trigger-happy and impatient even among westerns — hell, even among spaghetti westerns — as it can seldom even go five minutes without something or somebody getting shot, shot at or threatened to be shot (and is in fact more likely to have five people shot in one minute instead). SANTO EN EL TESORO DE DRACULA (Santo in the Treasure of Dracula), icing on the cake that it would be in color too, SANTO CONTRA CAPULINA (Santo vs. Capulina), SANTO CONTRA BLUE DEMON EN LA ATLANTIDA (Santo vs. Blue Demon in Atlantis), SANTO Y BLUE DEMON CONTRA LOS MONSTRUOS (Santo and Blue Demon vs. the Monsters), EL MUNDO DE LOS MUERTOS (The World of the Dead), SANTO CONTRA LOS CAZADORES DE CABEZAS (Santo vs. the Head Hunters), SANTO FRENTE A LA MUERTE (Santo Faces Death), SANTO CONTRA LOS JINETES DEL TERROR (Santo vs. the Riders of Terror), LA VENGANZA DE LAS MUJERES VAMPIRO (The Vengeance of the Vampire Women), SANTO EN LA VENGANZA DE LAS MUJERES VAMPIRO, SANTO CONTRA LA MAFIA DEL VICIO (Santo vs. the Vice Mafia), SANTO EN LA VENGANZA DE LA MOMIA (Santo in the Vengeance of the Mummy), LA MOMIAS DE GUANAJUATO (The Mummies of Guanajuato), SANTO CONTRA LA HIJA DE FRANKENSTEIN (Santo vs. the Frankenstein's Daughter), SANTO CONTRA LOS ASESINOS DE OTROS MUNDOS (Santo vs. the Murderers from Other Worlds), SANTO Y LA TIGRESA: EL SANTO - THE ROYAL EAGLE, Lionsgate on a double feature with SANTO EN ANONIMO MORTAL, SANTO Y BLUE DEMON CONTRA DRACULA Y EL HOMBRE LOBO (Santo and Blue Demon v. dracula and the Wolf Man), SANTO CONTRA LOS SECUESTRADORES (Santo vs. the Kidnappers), SANTO CONTRA LA MAGIA NEGRA (Santo vs. Black Magic), Amazon product page this DVD is also subtitled in English & French, LAS BESTIAS DEL TERROR (The Beasts of Terror), SANTO Y BLUE DEMON CONTRA LAS BESTIAS DEL TERROR, SANTO VS. LA LOBAS (Santo vs. the She Wolves), Lionsgate on a Double Feature DVD with SANTO VS. EL ESPECTRO DEL ESTRANGULADOR, Lionsgate on a Double Feature DVD with SANTO Y EL AGUILA REAL, SANTO Y BLUE DEMON CONTRA EL DR. FRANKENSTEIN (Santo and Blue Demon vs. Dr. Frankenstein), SANTO CONTRA EL DOCTOR MUERTE (Santo vs Doctor Death), SANTO EN EL MISTERIO DE LA PERLA NEGRA (Santo in the Mystery of the Black Pearl), LA VENGANZA DE LA LLORONA (Vengeance of the Crying Woman), SANTO Y MANTEQUILLA NAPOLES EN LA VENGANZA DE LA LLORONA, SANTO (Y MANTEQUILLA NAPOLES) EN LA VENGANZA DE LA LLORONA, MISTERIO EN LAS BERMUDAS (Mystery in Bermuda), BCI release as a Lucha Libre Double Feature, CAMPEONES JUSTICIEROS (The Champions of Justice), EL CASTILLO DE LAS MOMIAS DE GUANAJUATO (The Castle of the Mummies of Guanjuato), LOS LUCHAORES INVENCIBLES a six movie set, CLASICAS DE LA LUCHA LIBRE another six movie set, US DVD release also exists from Ground Zero, SANTO EN LA FRONTERA DEL TERROR (Santo on the Border of Terror), SANTO CONTRA EL ASESINO DE LA TELEVISION (Santo vs. the TV Killer), CHANOC Y EL HIJO DEL SANTO CONTRA LOS VAMPIROS (Chanoc and El Hijo del santo vs. the Killer Vampires), LA FURIA DE LOS KARATECAS (The Fury of the Karate Experts), BTW I'm using David Wilt's (aka Dr. Ling) brilliant.

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