View Full Version : Psychomania/Deep Throat Soundtracks
07-13-2003, 12:04 PM
I have Psychomania movie on order right now. I bought the soundtrack on my recent UK trip. A wacky bit of Brit horror beyond belief, can't wait for the DVD!
The sountrack is a strange funk/psychodelic mix. Unique in every way, and if you are into soundtracks it really is priceless!
I checked out their website - and found they have also released Deep Throat Remastered. I thought some of you might be interested.
Trunk records (http://www.trunkrecords.com/intro.htm)
07-13-2003, 12:10 PM
Erm, just found these:
**Well - this contained nudity so I got rid of the link.... let's face it - she was not bad looking :)**
No amount of Deep Throat........
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07-13-2003, 10:10 PM
The Deep Throat soundtrack isn't too bad, but it does contain some dialouge from the movie.
11-27-2004, 01:20 PM
I see I never followed up on this one. Since I gave it a third viewing last night......
There are many different ways to view movies. We know that many of the old ones are cheesy, and if we watch them with a half smile on our faces, we can laugh at them and get some pretty good entertainment.
On the other hand, if we brush aside the cheese for a moment, and try to enjoy them as they might have been seen at the time they were made, we might be able to fathom what the Director was going for (even if they ultimately went down in flames).;
Last nights viewing was the latter for me. Fear of biker gangs in the UK must have played a prevalent part of the writing of this movie. Mad youngsters riding around, attacking people for now reason.
Actually, there are some pretty horrid things here, women being molested, babies in prams being knocked into the road by motorcycles, drivers being thrust through their windshields after being forced to brake hard.
Of course, this is a supernatural story, and those elements are what sink it a bit. The main issue is, nothing is really explained. We get to know how the bikers come back from the dead - but what precisely does this have to do with a frog?
The climax is quite effective for the bikers, but the mother being turned into a toad for eternity? Nah.
Beryl Reid rocks, as always. George Sanders is well on his way to topping hmiself in this performance. The dude looks utterly bored the whole time.
So yeah, this is most definately a pretty funny film now, but for me, it has its moments (including a Monty Pythonesque suicide where a guy ties a HUGE chain around his kneck, and jumps into a river in his underwear.)
I'm glad I have this. The opening ten minutes look pretty poor, to be honest - but it cleans up later on. The soundtrack is great.
11-27-2004, 01:23 PM
Oh - just wanted to add: How comes no-one mentions this movie when listing Zombie flicks? Seems like a bit of a forgotten one, imo.
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