Filmmaker Nick Millard has had an interesting career. He started off making softcore skin flicks in the sixties and then made the switch to hardcore once the seventies rolled around. But once 1975 hit, he turned his back on smut and made a few horror films: Satan’s Black Wedding and Criminally Insane being the two most popular. A few years later he’d churn out .357 Magnum and then take a break for a while but once the eighties rolled around and camcorders became readily available, Nick made a comeback! Not only did he make a sequel to Criminally Insane (wisely bringing Priscilla Alden back) but he churned out the two Death Nurse films, Cemetery Sisters and a few others including 1999’s Dracula In Vegas, the last of his feature filmmaking efforts until 2003’s The Turn Of The Screw.
Millard’s shot on video epics were …Read the entire review