Death Curse of Tartu / Sting of Death (2001) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Death Curse of Tartu (1967, 84 min.) - Four archaeology students deep in the Florida Everglades activate the Death Curse of Tartu when they start making out and go-go dancing on an ancient Indian burial ground. This so annoys Tartu, a Seminole witch doctor dead some 400 years, that his decomposed corpse comes to life, changes into a variety of animals, and promptly starts killing everyone.
Sting of Death (1966, 80 min.) - A mad marine biologist sneaks off to an underwater lab, transforms himself into a mutant half-man, half-jellyfish, and attacks college kids with his Sting of Death! Why? Because he’s in love! Really. And with his giant bulbous head, the jellyfish man may very well be the single most hilarious-looking movie monster yet committed to film.
Audio Commentary by director William Grefe; William Grefe Trailers for Death Curse of Tartu, The Jaws of Death, Naked Zoo, Racing Fever, Stanley, Sting of Death, and The Wild Rebels;
Bonus Short: Miami or Bust; Sing Along with Neil Sedaka with the enclosed lyrics to “The Jellyfish Song;” Almost 30 minutes of Rare Scenes from Sting of Death producer Richard S. Flinkis’ glamour-girl and gore exploitation epic, Love Goddesses of Blood Island; Gallery of Horror Drive-In Exploitation Art; Horrorama Radio-Spot Rarities
About Death Curse of Tartu / Sting of Death (2001)
Starring: Joe Morrison, Valerie Hawkins, John Vella, Jack Nagle, Sandy Lee Kane
Runtime: 127 minutes
Director: William Grefe