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The Night Stalker (1972, John Llewellyn Moxey)

The Night Stalker moves with ruthless efficiency. It’s a TV movie, so it’s got a mandated short runtime–seventy-four minutes; Richard Matheson’s teleplay has a brisk pace, something director Moxey embraces. 1,002 more words


Blu-Ray News #154: Two More Hammer Double Features From Mill Creek.

A couple years ago, Mill Creek Entertainment treated us all to a couple of twin-bill Blu-Rays of some Hammer horror pictures. While some folks had problems with the transfers — I thought they were terrific, you sure couldn’t complain about the price. 572 more words

DVD/Blu-ray News

The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957) | Jack Arnold's big-screen adaptation of the sci-fi classic remains a gripping must-see

Businessman Scott Carey (The Monolith Monsters‘ Grant Williams) and his wife Louise (Randy Stuart) are holidaying on a boat off the Californian coast when Scott is enveloped in a strange mist. 390 more words


The Strange Possession of Mrs. Oliver

Miriam Oliver is bored. She has nothing to do all day but oversee the gardener and maid at her husband Greg’s large estate, and wait for Greg to come home from his big important lawyering job so she can hand him a cocktail at the door. 847 more words

70s Horror

The Twilight Zone 2.15 - The Invaders

How good is this? It’s so good that when one of the invaders puts that knife out so that Agnes Moorehead grabs the blade, I jumped out of my skin. 84 more words

The Twilight Zone

A Month in Books - November 2017


Hell House, by Richard Matheson

My Halloween book 2017. The skin-crawling atmosphere hooked me right from the start. The first third was a suspense-building introduction into the seriously disturbed history of Belasco House. 159 more words


The Twilight Zone 2.7 - Nick of Time

We’re stepping back into The Twilight Zone for a little while. I’ve picked eleven stories from the program’s second season that sound promising. There are a couple that we’re going to watch that I remember fondly. 310 more words

The Twilight Zone