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  1. Jason's rating of the film Dear Dead Delilah

    Though John Farris, who writer-directed it, was also a dime novelist of dime store repute, and probably more than gifted enough, the great DEAR DEAD DELILAH—Southern Drive-In Classic & it preemptively knows it!—could conceivably been cut-up assembled from ten Mario Bava & Robert Aldrich scripts. “They have no rights, no recourse,” quoth Agnes Moorehead, making William Burroughs sound like a St. Louis schoolgirl.

  2. the_mentaculus's rating of the film Dear Dead Delilah

    Occasionally gruesome, unconditionally sleazy horror whodunit. The dialogue sounds like the screenwriter went to divorce court and only wrote down the scummiest bits to use here. Agnes Moorehead gives the story way more class than it deserves.