THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS (1954) John Ireland, Dorothy Malone. John’s a thief on the run who hijacks Malone and her Jag. She falls for him in a big (yet resistant) way and they have a rough-and-tumble ride across the countryside with the law not far behind. The first AIP film (ARC). Remasterd from a great 16mm print.
HOT ROD GIRL (1956) Lori Nelson, Mark Andrews, Chuck Connors, Frank Gorshin. "Teenage terrorists on a speed-crazy rampage!" That’s what the ads said. Although Nelson is clearly too old for her part, she is fine in this great little teenage hot-rod drama about fast cars and hoodlums. From 16mm
A BUCKET OF BLOOD (1959) Dick Miller, Barbara Morris, Anthony Carbone, Judy Bamber. A beatnik waiter kills people and passes them off as statues. Directed by Roger Corman. This is possibly the best off-beat horror film every made. A drive-in classic. From 16mm
ATTACK OF THE GIANT LEECHES (1959) Yvette Vickers, Ken Clarke, Bruno Vesota. Radiation causes leeches to mutate into giant monsters! How can you go wrong with guys in big rubber suits pretending to suck the life out of you. Another drive-in hall of fame opus. The scene where the shotgun-wielding Vesota chases Vickers and her beau through the swamp is a classic. A must!!! From 16mm