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EDGAR G. ULMER'S THE BLACK CAT (1934)

Edgar G. Ulmer has a cult reputation, particularly in France. The late British film critic, Leslie Halliwell, believed that reputation to be wholly undeserved, since most of Ulmer’s films ranged from B to Z status. 1,685 more words

Film Reviews

Never Cross A Vampire?

Not certain, but I think this is the original cover art for the hardcover edition of Stuart Kaminsky’s Never Cross A Vampire, one of his excellent Toby Peters mysteries, each set in 1940’s Hollywood with gruff P.I. 60 more words

Artists, Illustrators & Photo Arts

Classic Dracula Movies Decorative Throw Pillow

‘Listen to them, the children of the night. What music they make!’ Classic films starring Count Dracula and his children now adorn this throw pillow. It’s a colorful and detailed collage of classic film poster images. 43 more words

Psychobilly

PLAN NINE FROM OUTER SPACE (1959) - Plan, my eye!

Plan Nine from Outer Space is the immortal choice of bad-film lovers everywhere. And yet, it’s so *entertainingly* bad that one almost wants to believe that this is exactly what producer-writer-director Edward D. 341 more words

Movie

Wretched Richard's Almanac: The Moon Is Alive with the Sound of Music

July 22, 1959

Plan 9 From Outer Space is not the worst picture ever made. It’s probably not even the worst film to premier on July 22, 1959. 289 more words

Humor