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The 30 Weirdest Horror Movies of the 1970s

The 1970s were a weird time, as my children love to remind me. The ‘70s gave us The Exorcist, Jaws, Carrie, and a lot of other great horror films, but those just opened the doors for anyone and everyone to make horror movies, some that you’d swear were inspired by drug-induced hallucinations. Remember Night of the Lepus? Willard? Werewolves on Wheels? How about Trog?

Joan Crawford plays a scientist who discovers the missing link is alive and well and answers to “Trog,” short for “troglodyte.” Predictably, the creature doesn’t mesh well with the modern world. This very strange film marked the final on-screen appearance for Crawford; at the time, she probably had some regrets, but today Trog lives on as a wonderful curiosity.

During the 1970s, I saw just about every movie that came to the local theater. This list might brings back memories for you, or else you might see something worth checking out. The 20 weirdest horror movies the 1970s are presented in alphabetical order at io9. There are some trailers and video clips. -via Metafilter

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