Mike Perry on The Premonition (1976)
Please slide on over to take a look at Classic Horrors where curator, Jeffrey Owens, was kind enough to extend to me an invitation to contribute an article on a horror/thriller flick made prior to 1979 that I had yet to see. I opted to go with a little known horror film from 1976 titled The Premonition starring the one and only Richard Lynch. A special thank you to Jeffrey so be sure to check out his many posts and articles on the classics of the horror genre.
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I don’t recall how I discovered Mike’s Take on the Movies, but once I did, I began following it immediately. (It may have been because Mike liked one of my posts). The blog is an extension of Mike Perry’s “passion for old movies of all genres, notably westerns, noir and horror.” He frequently posts about titles and posters from his extensive collection which he started when he was about 10-years old. He’s based in Canada and is approaching his fifth year online.
When contacted by Classic Horrors to participate as a guest writer I was quick to jump on board as it presented me with not one but two challenges. First up was to watch a genre title I hadn’t yet seen made prior to 1979 (that eliminated the Hammer and Universal Monsters) and secondly the opportunity to scan my shelves in the vault here at Mike’s Take to find something…
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