For the final Trailer Tuesday of Women In Horror Month, I am showcasing one of their more prolific filmmakers.
Roberta Findlay wore many hats during her long career in the business. She began making sexploitation flicks in the sixties with her husband Michael Findlay and the pair of them were on the vanguard of filmmakers that mixed sex with violence. In 1971, she served as cinematographer on The Slaughter, which would later be infamously re-edited as Snuff.
After the tragic death of her husband in 1977, she eventually moved onto more mainstream fare and directed several horror flicks including the ones below.
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