Archives for Martin Kosleck

Films From the Void: The Flesh Eaters

Jack Curtis’ 1964 sci-fi horror film, The Flesh Eaters, is one of those singular films that makes one wish there had been more. Directed, edited, and shot by Curtis, it was the only film he would make. Much like Herk Harvey with Carnival of Souls or Harold P. Warren and Manos: The Hands of Fate, Curtis made just one film, but it’s so definitively his, that it’s almost like the writer-director expended everything he had on the project. Curtis worked primarily as a voice actor — from radio shows in the ’40s to his best-known work on Speed Racer (as
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