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Terror-Creatures from the Grave (Italy/USA, 1965)

Terror-Creatures from the Grave – original title: Cinque tombe per un medium “Five Graves for a Medium” – is a 1965 Italian/American supernatural horror film directed by Massimo Pupillo ( 659 more words


Steele Herself

A Barbara Steele selfie.

Apparently never-learning, I have co-authored another article on Miss Steele with Daniel Riccuito, although when told the piece was up at The Notebook I couldn’t remember contributing anything to it. 70 more words


Piranha (1978) [review]

This is a film of the late seventies that has a charm which I’ve enjoyed since I caught it on late night TV one night back in the early 1990s… much too young to be staying up that late or watching this, but finding something oddly enchanting about it. 381 more words


The Horrible Dr. Hichcock (1962)

It’s only been about thirty years since I’ve seen this effective creeper when it played City TV out of Toronto on a late night airing. It scared the hell out of me back then and I had no idea at the time that it was my introduction to Euro horrors. 842 more words

Daily Take

Price and Poe : The Poster Gallery

For the regular readers here at Mike’s Take, you know I love the works of my “friend” Vincent Price. Not just the films but the many other endeavors he took to. 947 more words


The Ghost

The Ghost – 1963 – Italy

Scotland, 1910: In a Gothic mansion, a doctor (Dr. John Hichcock) researches a treatment for his own crippling injuries. His questionable cure involves injecting himself with a cocktail of lethal poisons. 329 more words

6 Heads

Screening: Piranha (1978).

Directed by Joe Dante
Starring Bradford Dillman, Heather Menzies, Kevin McCarthy, Keenan Wynn, Barbara Steele, Dick Miller, Belinda Balaski, Paul Bartel, Richard Deacon, Stephan The Swimming Swine… 85 more words