Thursday, August 12, 2010

3-D Causes a Xenomorph to Appear!

Always an enjoyable little sci-fi gem. Richard Carlson and gorgeous Barbara Rush see something crash in the lonely desert. Suddenly, things start happening. Story by Ray Bradbury.

Saturday, August 7, 2010

Beware the Black Stare!

Cashing in on the horror craze of the 70s, comes Blacula (1972)!- Dracula's Soul Brother! Or so the poster hype says.
William Marshall who 5 years before, played the Computer Genius Dr. Daystrom on Star Trek, stepped into the shoes of filmdom's most famous Vampire. He did such a great campy acting job, he returned in SCREAM, BLACULA SCREAM! In that opus, his favorite victim was Pam Grier (Can you blame him?!). Here is the half sheet.

Monday, August 2, 2010

The Black Cat, Again

Here is an example of a movie with the same name as it's much better predecessor. All classic horror fans know the Bela Lugosi & Boris Karloff great, The Black Cat 1934. But did you know that a Horror/Kind of Comedy with the same title and from the same studio, came years later in 1941? The only thing they had in common was that Bela Lugosi was in both in very different roles.

Barbara Steele