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Horror DRACULA (1968) DRACULA (1968)
(1968) Denholm Elliot, Bernard Archard, Susan George, James Maxwell, Suzanne Neve, Corin Redgrave. Elliot does a fine job as the Count in this British TV adaptation. The movie starts in London, where
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Horror DRACULA AND SON—Widescreen Edition DRACULA AND SON—Widescreen Edition

(1976) Christopher Lee, Bernard Menez, Marie Helene Breillat.  Lee, in his last screen performance as Dracula, is fantastic as he swings between serious moments of horror and outright comedy.  Dracula takes a mortal woman to bear his son.  After the son is born, the Count turns mom into a vampire.  However, when she can’t make it back to her coffin before sunrise, the Count finds himself stuck with raising the boy himself, which is not an easy task as the young vampire balks at putting the bite on people...  


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Horror DRACULA IN ISTANBUL DRACULA IN ISTANBUL

(1953) Atif Kaptan, Annie Ball, Cahit Irgat, Ayfer Feray. This obscure Turkish horror film marked the first screen appearance of Dracula with actual fangs. The film pretty much follows the usual Stoker plotline.  The Harker character comes on business to Dracula’s castle.  Instead of going to London, the Count heads to Istanbul.  The opening castle scenes are quite well-done with gothic sets and nice atmosphere. 


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Horror DRACULA IN PAKISTAN DRACULA IN PAKISTAN

DRACULA IN PAKISTAN (1967) Yasmeen Shaukat, Deeba Begum.  In this, Pakistan’s first horror film, Hammer’s Horror of Dracula was remade.  And even though there are many sequences that have nothing to do with its Hammer counterpart, there are many sequences that are obvious facsimiles...


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Horror DRAUGASAGA DRAUGASAGA

(1985) Sigurjona Sverrisdottir, Þorsteinn Hannesson.  A student lands a job as a night watchman in a big TV broadcasting studio, which is supposedly haunted.  The old watchman he’s replacing warns him about the ghost of a red-haired woman who is known to stalk the studio's corridors.  But when the new kid gets the makeup girl to make him up as a red-haired ghost (as sort of a joke) he finds out how seriously haunted the building really is...


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #100 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #100

INVASION OF THE BLOOD FARMERS (1974) Norman Kelley, Tanna Hunter, Bruce Detrick. Young women are brutally slain in an out-of-the-way valley.  Behind the crimes is a modern band of bloodthirsty druids seeking a rare blood type that will resurrect their queen in time for a ritualistic blood feast.  SHRIEK OF THE MUTILATED (1974) Alan Brock, Jennifer Stock, Tawm Ellis.  What’s the dark, grisly secret of the murdering white yeti?  A group of college students finds out when they venture to a mysterious island...  


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #104 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #104

ASSIGNMENT TERROR (1969) Michael Rennie, Paul Naschy, Karin Dor.  Rennie’s an alien mad scientist whose mission is to revive Earth’s legendary monsters to assist him in an invasion.  PLUS:  MISSION STARDUST (1968) Lang Jeffries, John Karlsen, Essy Persson. A space hero, backed by a team of astronauts, heads to the moon to rescue a blonde alien babe who seeks the aid of a blood scientist to help save her dying race...


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #127 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #127

CALTIKI, THE IMMORTAL MONSTER (1959) John Merivale, Didi Sullivan, directed by Riccardo Freda. A large, living radioactive mass is found in a subterranean pool near Mayan ruins.  Plus: THE MANSTER (1959) Peter Dyneley, Jane Hylton. The chilling tale of a reporter injected with a strange serum who slowly transforms into a horrible, two-headed monster


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #132 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #132

WITCH KILLER OF BLACKMOOR (1970) Christopher Lee, Leo Genn, Maria Schell, Howard Vernon. Lee is superb as an evil judge who condemns citizens to be burned as witches. Vernon is terrific as his twisted


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #133 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #133

RETURN OF DR. MABUSE (1961) Lex Barker, Gerte Frobe, Wolfgang Preiss. Sequel to The 1000 Eyes of Dr. Mabuse. Frobe and Barker play detectives on the trail of Dr. Mabuse. A number of mysterious murders


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #134 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #134

WAR OF THE INSECTS (1966, aka GENOCIDE) Yusuke Kawazu, Emi Shindo, Kathy Moran. It’s man against bugs in this cool sci-fi shocker. A plane carrying an atomic bomb is attacked by a new strain of killer


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #135 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #135

DAUGHTER OF DARKNESS (1948) Maxwell Reed, Siobhan McKenna, Anne Crawford, Honor Blackman. McKenna is brilliant as an insane killer. She plays a servant girl forced into exile because of her strange


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #136 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #136

BURKE AND HARE (1971) Harry Andrews, Yutte Stensgaard, Glyn Edwards, Kerry Nesbitt. This terrific body-snatching thriller is a grisly horror film, yet also a marvelous, sexy black comedy. The best Burke and Hare


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #139 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #139

THE LORELEY’S GRASP (1972) Tony Kendall, Helga Line, Loretta Tovar. You’ve got a lovely woman who, at times, transforms into an ancient monster. This beast is a scary, snarling lizard-type monster that rips


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #14 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #14

HORROR HOTEL (1960) Christopher Lee, Betta St. John, Valentine Dyall, Patricia Jessel. Classic horror as a witch lures victims into a New England village for blood sacrifices.   Plus: THE HEAD (1959) Horst Frank, Michel Simon, Paul Dahlke. A serum that keeps severed portions of the human body alive is used by a mad doctor on its own inventors decapitated head


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #140 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #140

I EAT YOUR SKIN (1964) William Joyce, Heather Hewitt, Dan Stapleton, Walter Coy. Pure, lovable, low-budget schlock. A playboy writer and his publisher fly to a mysterious Caribbean island where they


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #142 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #142

HORROR OF BLACKWOOD CASTLE (1968) Heinz Drache, Karin Baal, Siegfried Schurenberg, Agnes Windeck. Baal inherits a mysterious old castle. She is pressured to sell the place, but refuses. That’s when bodies start


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #144 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #144

DOCTOR ORLOFF’S MONSTER 1964, aka SECRET OF DR. ORLOF) Jose Rubio, Perla Cristal. This is the second in the "Dr. Orlof" series about the good doctor and his latest monstrosity: a human robot that is


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