1977, Severin Films, 88 min, USA, Dir: Eddy Matalon

Deep within the Canadian suburbs, evil takes shape in the form of a 7-year-old girl with her precious dolly. When the malevolent spirit of her dead aunt possesses young Cathy, she turns into a foul-mouthed, inhuman terror, murdering friends and family alike in a vulgar display of power. One of the most bonkers entries in Canuxploitation AND killer-kid cinema ever released, CATHY’S CURSE goes beyond ridiculousness into a next-level parallel universe of avant-garde absurdity.

1969, SNC, 120 min, France, Dir: Jacques Deray

St. Tropez lovers Alain Delon and Romy Schneider are visited by Schneider's former flame, Maurice Ronet, and daughter Jane Birkin. Sparks fly and one of them ends up dead. Now the three survivors must get their stories straight before the police arrive. In French with English subtitles.

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