ATTACK OF THE GIANT LEECHES (1959) Yvette Vickers, Ken Clarke, Bruno VeSota, Michael Emmet. A top-of-the-line drive-in classic. Radiation has caused ordinary leeches to mutate into giant monsters. They threaten the folks of a bayou town. Vickers is at her sleaziest, sexiest best as the local storekeeper’s unfaithful wife. She and her lover are caught by her husband and driven into the swamp where the monsters pull them into the slime. Unforgettable. 16mm. Plus: A BUCKET OF BLOOD (1959) Dick Miller, Barbara Morris, Antony Carbone. A truly great “cult” film. Miller plays a wimpy waiter of a beatnik coffee shop who--more or less--accidentally kills a number of people and animals. He conceals them in clay and passes them off as statues. He's then hailed as a genius. Truly and intentionally hilarious. An AIP gem. From 16mm.