The Blood Beast Terror (1967)

  The Blood Beast Terror  [aka, The Vampire Beast Craves Blood] (1967) Scotland Yard Inspector Quennell (Peter Cushing) investigates the grizzly murders of young men in the English countryside. Following the lead of a coachman, deranged by encountering something monstrous with wings, Quennell encounters Professor Carl Mallinger, a renowned entomologist,  and his daughter. The critical … More The Blood Beast Terror (1967)

Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors (1965)

Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors (1965) Freddie Francis, famed Hammer Horror Film director, showcases a collection of four supernatural tales dealt from Dr. Terror’s tarot cards. The great Peter Cushing plays Dr. Schreck [a name all horror fans know as the actor who created the role of Nosferatu]. The cast includes. among others, Donald Sutherland … More Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors (1965)

Toby Dammit (1968)

Toby Dammit (1968) c. 30 Min. Color. In the third episode of the film anthology Spirits of the Dead, Fellini freely improvised on Bernardino Zapponi’s gothic screenplay of Edgar Allen Poe’s “Never Bet Your Head on the Devil,” keeping only the ending from the original.   Fame spreads its miasmic glow, Airport to airport, yellowing … More Toby Dammit (1968)

Poetic Response Film: Spider Baby (1968) – Jack Hill

Spider Baby (1968) Jack Hill wrote and directed this cult classic that cast Lon Chaney, Jr. as a guardian of three mentally disturbed children in a creepy, backwoods mansion. When a greedy cousin with lawyers arrives to claim custody, mutilation and gore result. The film was released under multiple, different titles. (Press Play)   1 … More Poetic Response Film: Spider Baby (1968) – Jack Hill

Dr. Niginsky

Dr. Niginsky (1974) 89 Min. Sergio Garrone directs Klaus Kinski in this Italian horror film with its deliberately misspelled title [aka, “La mano che nutre la morte,” aka, “The Hand That Feeds the Dead,” aka “Evil Force”]. Every time Kinski bites into a dolcetto, his hair frizzles brighter red and his nails and teeth grow. … More Dr. Niginsky