CREATURE FROM THE HAUNTED SEA (1961) Anthony Carbone, Betsy Jones Morland, Edward Wain. This is another of Roger Corman's horror comedies, inspired in part by TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT. A fake sea monster, blamed for many deaths, turns out to be real. Morland and Carbone are perfect in their roles (Betsy is as cute as a bug0. The final belching scene is hysterical. Much of the dialogue is wonderfully satirical and witty. Off-beat for sure, but great fun From 16mm.
DEVIL’S PARTNER (1958) Edwin Nelson, Edgar Buchannon, Jean Allison, Richard Crane. A must-see for all fans of 50's horror. A strange man comes to claim his inheritance in a small desert town and brings along with him satanic rites, evil spells and death! He also has occasion to change himself into various wild animals when killing off his enemies! There are a lot of really cool supernatural scenes in this film, all done in a dilapidated old shack. A top “B” film, both chilling and atmospheric. 35mm.