It's October! Or SHOCKtober, as THE FUTURIST! likes to call it; the month most appropriate to watch some scary movies. In that regard, allow THE FUTURIST! to present this clip from the "lost" horror film of 1973 entitled MESSIAH OF EVIL. It was co-written by Willard Huyck and Gloria Katz who later went on to write the screenplay to George Lucas' AMERICAN GRAFFITI and INDIANA JONES AND THE TEMPLE OF DOOM and uh, ... well, HOWARD THE DUCK. This shocker, that reeks of that distinct 70s indie horror feel and "look" of grainy low budget fright effect, will be released on DVD later this month. Today's horror looks so slick and full of fast edits and fake grimy Hollywood art direction. This film takes it slow with eerie long shots to build suspense. It has been rarely seen since its initial release and has become a legend of scare and 70s shock. Watch this creepy clip as a lone girl ventures into a movie theater at night. You may never go to the movies alone again ... well, this might not happen in a multi-plex ... but then again there are quite a lot of zombies at New Jersey Shopping Malls.