INVISIBLE CREATURE (1960, Anamorphic Widescreen) Tony Wright, Patricia Dainton, Sandra Dorne, Sam Kydd, Derek Aylward. Pretty Patricia Dainton inherits her aunt’s estate, which includes a valuable but haunted mansion. Wright is her low-life, hack-writer husband who prefers the sexually charming Dorne (who admittedly is HOT). He plots to do away with her and inherit everything. There’s just one problem—the house is haunted and the ghost is very fond of its female owner, whom it saves from several murder attempts. The final part of this film are terrific as the ghost goes into action against Wright and Dorne. Very underrated. From 35mm.
UNCLE WAS A VAMPIRE (1959, 35mm English Anamorphic Ed.) (1959) Christopher Lee, Renato Rascel, Susanne Loret. Lee comes to visit his nephew (Rascel) in the hopes of finding some new female blood. Rascel has lost his money and is now a bellman at a posh hotel. Things get even wackier when Lee goes on a short hiatus and puts a “partial bite” on him, turning Renato into a nighttime-only-vampire. Rascel then turns a bevy of beauties into his vampire slaves before Lee returns to fix things. Lee looks great and the movie’s a lot of fun. In English and in color, 35mm.