J&B with orbs of de-light?
Verson Jetorix: “A man is invited to his boss’s home and discovers his boss is more than just a man who runs a business. Corrado Farina (Baba Yaga) uses the framework of Dracula to tell a strange modern day allegory about capitalism. Adolfo Celli plays the boss, Giovanni Nosferatu.”
Wheelchair boy is about to reach the point of terror because of Dyanne Thorne and that bottle of J&B won’t save him.
Verson Jetorix: “A would-be pop star gets mixed up with a murderous benefactor (pre-Ilsa Dyanne Thorne). Michael Weldon, in the Psychotronic Encyclopedia of Film (other-wise known as the bible), described this as ‘shoddy horror,’ and I don’t disagree.”
To the untrained eye, it may seem that the bartender is going straight for the J&B. The experienced spotter will withhold judgment, and wisely so, as the second-best selling scotch in the world is passed over for some lesser spirits. Make a note to fire this “bartender.”
Verson Jetorix: “Jeffrey Combs inherits a castle that includes a freak. Good production values class up the occasional bad (taste) decision in this conservative tale of retribution.”
Three bottles and a case of J&B. Daria Nicolodi keeps a good house.
John Steiner checks his watch to see if it’s J&B time.
A bottle of J&B and an ashtray and an ice bucket!
I think they serve J&B at this little bar.
Yep, it’s J&B and the couple camping in someone’s yard!
Apparently there’s still parts of Spain where you can trade slaughtered sheep for J&B.