Love Me Deadly
No further evidence is needed that the 1970s were the anything-goes era of American filmmaking than this bizarre cult item that has understandably fallen through the cracks over the years. An attractive daddy’s girl satisfies her strange need to copulate with cadavers by joining a necromantic cult. Although the cultural March of Progress eventually led to such modern achievements as Jorg Buttgeriek’s much-banned Necromantik series, where people have onscreen sex with corpses, this low budget programmer is a notably outre entry for the grindhouse trade of the period.
About David Decoteau
David DeCoteau has worked professionally in the movie business since he was 18 years old. He got his start through a generous offer from movie legend Roger Corman who hired him in 1980 as a production assistant at New World Pictures. In 1986, Decoteau directed and produced his first feature film for another generous film legend, Charles Band. Decoteau has gone on to produce and direct more than sixty motion pictures over the past twenty five years. He resides in British Columbia, Canada. Learn more about David and his work at Rapidheart.