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    Trailers from Hell on 1955 B-Horror 'Tarantula'

    Directed by Jack Arnold, this sticky B-movie concerns an experiment in giantism—gone horribly wrong.

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    Trailers From Hell Catches Jack Hill's 'Spider Baby'

    The maddest story ever told.

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    Trailers From Hell Enters 'Kingdom of the Spiders'

    The spiders in director John Cardos’s 1977 eco-horror film aren’t giant-sized but there sure are a lot of them.

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    Trailers From Hell Walks 'Hollywood Boulevard' with Roger Corman

    Corman co-produced this drive-in exploitation picture in 1976.

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    Trailers From Hell: Meryl Streep Has a Breakdown in 'Postcards From the Edge'

    Mike Nichols' 1990 tragicomedy adapts Carrie Fisher's pseudo-memoir about a delusional actress' downward spiral.

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    Trailers from Hell on Paul Mazursky's 'Alex in Wonderland'

    Paul Mazursky kicked off the ’70s with this self-indulgent ode to his own creative block.

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    Trailers From Hell: Eli Roth on Very Non-P.C. 'Goodbye Uncle Tom'

    This one by the 'Mondo Cane' guys is from 1971

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    Trailers From Hell: Eli Roth on Shocking Doc 'Africa Blood and Guts'

    This shocking 1966 doc chronicles extreme violence on the African continent, with footage of the Zanzibar revolution that killed 5,000 Arabs in 1964.

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    Trailers From Hell on Exploitation "Shockumentary" Mondo Cane

    This outrageous, perverse and fabulously depraved anthology of documentary vignettes stunned Italy, and the world, in 1962.

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    Trailers From Hell on Norman Lear's 'Cold Turkey'

    The 1971 satire stars Dick Van Dyke.

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