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EDGAR ALLEN POE’S PIT AND THE PENDULUM (1961) Review


Directed by Roger Corman
Written by Richard Matheson, based on the story by Edgar Allan Poe
Starring Vincent Price, John Kerr, Barbara Steele & Luana Anders… 413 more words

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A Geezer Remembers; Old Yellers.

One night while watching an exquisite double feature on TCM (Creature From the Black Lagoon and Tarantula), I was able to put aside, for a moment, the fashion questions posed by these flicks (Julie Adams’ stunning white bathing suit – white always being the sensible choice for swimming in the Amazon – and Mala Powers’ inexplicable white gloves in a crusty desert town with dirt roads), and consider the respective screaming techniques of those actors. 583 more words

Tomb of Torture (1963)

When I noticed this Euro thriller DVD selling on Amazon Canada for a whopping $376 plus shipping, I thought it was time to rewatch my own copy of the same Image Entertainment issue release during the year 2000. 600 more words

Daily Take

BLACK SUNDAY (1960) Review


aka LA MASCHERA DEL DEMONIO/THE MASK OF SATAN
Directed by Mario Bava
Written by Nikolai Gogol (based on the short story “The Viy”), Ennio de Concini & Mario Serandrei(screenplay), Mario Bava & Marcello Coscia (screenplay) 640 more words

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Hulu Horror Double Feature: The Butterfly Room and The House of Good and Evil

Welcome back to the Hulu Horror Double Feature series, and hey, I’m actually getting to do another one of these way before I thought I’d be able to, so go me! 846 more words

General Horror Stuff

"Everything's Gonna Be Alright"

Hey pal, lemme give ya a coupla tips.

  1. On a cool spring afternoon at Keeneland, eat the burgoo. You can’t lose.
  2. If you ever find yourself in a horror movie and someone says to you; “Everything’s gonna be alright”, rest assured…it won’t be.
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Steele yourselves

Remember that problematic experience at Fangoria with the Barbara Steele essay? Daniel Riccuito has a new version of the disputed piece — really wholly new — up at Smashpipe, … 34 more words

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