“If there won’t be dancing at the revolution, I’m not coming.” – Emma Goldman.
In 1979, Jack Levy, Ron Carran and Bill Heller made a handful of disco productions under various monikers, and for some reason the best of them ended up in the Psycho-inspired DON’T Go In The House, released in theaters that same year. The Richard Taninbaum co-produced “Late Night Surrender” features right after the human BBQ afficionado, Donald (played by future Sopranos star Dan Grimaldi), finds his mother dead, and then again later, during a fiery dancing scene.
“Struck By Boogie Lightning”, which was posted on the blog back in 2009, appears both in the disco-shopping scene and during the end credits. Both nice songs, but maybe a bit too feel-good and inappropriate for the movie.