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Little Red Riding Hood and the Monsters (1962)

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Published on Oct 16, 2012

The creepiest, freakiest children's film of them all! This fractured fairy tale tells of the time Tom Thumb & Little Red Riding Hood had to face the Evil Queen and her all-star crew of Dracula, Frankenstein, 'The Robot', Carrothead, a Gabba-Gabba Pinhead, and a squabbling two-headed monstrosity. Aiding the forces of good are the rehabilitated Ferocious Wolf, the Good Witch and everyone's pal, Stinky the Skunk. Need more?

This incredible Mexican kids film was dubbed and released for the U.S. market by K. Gordon Murray. Made by Churubusco-Azteca studio, this one was already loaded with bizarre visuals before Murray added the grating, overdubbed voices and cloying songs and created a one-of-a-kind movie-going experience for thousands of poor children abandoned at the Weekend Matinee while their parents shopped at the Mall.

The sets are claustrophobic, the costumes look moldy, the actors appear dis-oriented and the audience is (probably) freaked-out. K. Gordon Murray, who brought America the Aztec Mummy and the equally remarkable Mexican 'Santa Claus' (1960), delivers a picture that still amazes viewers expecting typically bland, cutesy children's entertainment nearly fifty years after its original release. Doncha Dare Miss IT!

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