Category Archives: Horror

Curse Of The Undead (1959)

Bad combination of Horror and Western about a gun for hire that’s a vampire. TV stars and character actors are stuck in this mess. The horror mostly comes from the awful dialogue and in the beginning the horrible overacting of … Continue reading

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The Dark Descent-The Evolution Of Horror-David G.Hartwell-Editor (1987)

No need to review this essential collection after a look at the table of contents. This is a must have to any horror fan’s library or a way to make new fans. Thanks to the state of book stores I … Continue reading

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Caltiki The Immortal Monster (1959)

So that’s what happened to the Mayans. Glad this movie cleared that up. Actually this isn’t nearly as bad as you would think. Fans of 1950’s SF/Horror should check it out. Of course the special effects draw some laughs as … Continue reading

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The Last Warning (1929)

Good silent film about a theatre that may be haunted by a murdered actors’ ghost. If you’re not into silents you still may like this one. Actor John Woodford stars in “The Snare” in a theatre named after him. In … Continue reading

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Gallery Of Horrors (1964)

With a budget of thirty-nine cents a group of alleged actors fumble their way through a script that must have been written in crayon. John Carradine does a pro job of introducing the five segments. He’s even in the first … Continue reading

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Premature Burial (1962)

One of Roger Corman’s best Poe movies. This one stars Ray Milland and the screenplay is by Charles Beaumont and Ray Russell. Horror fans shouldn’t miss this one. Guy Carrell (Ray Milland)  believes catalepsy runs in the family and he … Continue reading

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Strait-Jacket (1964)

I expected a whole lot more considering the talent involved. Joan Crawford puts down her wire hangar and picks up an ax in this William Castle production. The screenplay is by Robert Bloch whose sardonic wit does surface here and … Continue reading

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