Ape Man, The (1943)
A series of experiments cause a scientist to go ape.
Atomic Brain, The (1964)
The movie tells the story of an elderly woman who uses her vast fortune to convince an eccentric yet brilliant scientist to provide her with a new, youthful body. This is done by hiring three immigrant young women, with the promise of helping them become film stars. The old woman then chooses which of the girls she finds most beautiful, and sets about replacing the young woman’s brain with her own.
Bat, The (1959)
The Bat is is a mystery film starring Vincent Price and Agnes Moorhead. When it flies, somebody dies.
Beach Girls and the Monster (1965)
It’s got bikini clad 1960′s babes. It’s got a monster that eats surfers. Yep. It’s that good.
Beast from the Haunted Cave (1959)
Super evil, alien, space spiders like to eat scumbags and bimbos. What can you say….. Its a 1959 drive in B movie of epic proportions,
Black Raven, The (1943)
A group of strangers are brought together in a haunted house and must contend with murder and $50,000 in stolen money. George Zucco as Amos Bradford aka The Black Raven.
Bloody Pit of Horror (1965)
1965 Italian gothic horror movie about an Italian castle owner who is possessed by an evil spirit of its sado-masochistic past when a group of models come to use his property for a special photo shoot.
Young female models are being strangled inexplicably. Will law enforcement be able to stop the crime wave before more women become victims? An artist hires portrait models, and after he finishes their portraits, he strangles them.
Bucket of Blood, A (1959)
A Bucket of Blood is a 1959 comedy horror film directed by Roger Corman and starring Dick Miller. It teaches the important lesson that beatniks should not drink their hair tonic.
Carnival of Souls (1962)
Mary Henry is enjoying the day by riding around with two friends but everything goes wrong when challenged to a drag race and their car gets forced off of a bridge.
Curse of Demon Mountain (1977)
Confederate soldiers are after a cache of diamonds, but they find they are being pursued by a mythical hunter. Stars Sondra Locke and Joe Don Baker.
Dawn of the Dead (1978)
I remember watching this sequel to Night of the Living Dead back in 1978.
Dead Men Walk (1943)
Dead Men Walk is a 64 minute, 1943, United States, black-and-white horror film produced by Sigmund Neufeld for Producers Releasing Corporation (aka PRC). It is an original story and screenplay by Fred Myton, starring George Zucco, Mary Carlisle, Nedrick Young and Dwight Frye, directed by Sam Newfield. It was originally distributed by PRC and reissued in the USA in 1948 by Madison Pictures Inc.
Deep Red (1975)
Profondo Rosso follows music teacher Marcus Daly (Hemmings) as he investigates the violent murder of psychic medium Helga Ulmann (Macha Meril), which he witnesses in an apartment building. This movie is Rated R and being a very weird Italian film, from the really weird Italian film era, it probably shouldn’t be watched by anyone.
Dementia 13 (1963)
John Halloran has a heart attack while out in a rowboat on the lake and his wife, Louise Haloran throws him overboard and claims he’s gone on a business trip. She’s after an inheritance she can only get if he’s alive.
Devil Bat, The (1940)
The Devil Bat (1940) is a black-and-white horror movie which was produced by Producers Releasing Corporation (PRC) and directed by Jean Yarbrough. The film stars the well known horror actor Bela Lugosi, along with Suzanne Kaaren, Dave O’Brien, Guy Usher, Yolande Mallott, and Donald Kerr.
Devils Partner, The (1961)
An old man dies in his shack while performing satanic rites. Shortly afterward, a strange man shows up claiming to be the old man’s nephew. When he moves in, strange things begin to happen, like a man being attacked by his own dog.
Die Sister Die! (1972)
Right from a 1972 drive-in, Die Sister Die is a classic in the genre of bad drive-in movies. A man hires a nurse to take care of his nasty sister, but he really wants to embroil the nurse in a plot to kill off the nasty sister.
Driller Killer (1979)
Meet the “Banned in the UK” film Driller Killer, which is a perfect example of the 1970′s violent exploitation film Americans loved at the time. It’s about an starving artist who likes to take out random bums with a power drill. Rated R.
Drivein Massacre (1976)
The plot begins on August 10th in a California drive-in theatre, and concerns a killer on the loose, with the victims beheaded with a large sword.
Drums of Jeopardy, The (1931)
Dr. Boris Karlov (yes Karlov), played by Warner Oland, is an evil scientist who decides to take revenge on people that he thinks are responsible for his families death.
Elvira – Mistress of the Dark
Cassandra Peterson (born September 17, 1949) is an American actress best known for her on-screen horror host persona “Elvira, Mistress of the Dark“. She gained fame on Los Angeles television station KHJ wearing a black, gothic, cleavage-enhancing gown as host of Movie Macabre, a weekly horror movie presentation.
Fighting Owl Films
Flying Serpent, The (1946)
Prof. Andrew Forbes (George Zucco) discovers a creature and uses it to destroy his enemies. George Zucco is best known film role of Professor Moriarty in The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1939), opposite Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes.
Ghost Walks, The (1934)
Three men are stranded during a storm when their car gets stuck in the mud along a country road. They take refuge in a nearby mansion. It is the anniversary of a death at the mansion, and there is the palpable presence of his ghost. While arguing about the death the lights go out, and when they come back on the widow of the dead man has disappeared.
Ghosts on the Loose (1943)
The East Side Kids set out to fix up a house in the suburbs for Glimpy’s sister and her new husband.
Gorilla, The (1939)
When a wealthy man (Lionel Atwill) is threatened by a killer known as The Gorilla, he hires the Ritz Brothers to investigate. A real escaped gorilla shows up at the mansion just as the investigators arrive. Patsy Kelly portrays a newly-hired maid who wants to quit because the butler, played by Bela Lugosi, scares her.
Grave of the Vampire (1974)
Kroft, a legendary vampire, returns from sleep. Kroft attacks a couple in a graveyard, raping the woman. The child born feeds only on blood from his mother’s breast.
Head, The (1959)
Dr. Abel invents a serum that keeps a dog’s head alive after its body dies. When Dr. Abel dies of a heart attack, his crazed assistant cuts off his head and, using the serum, keeps the doctor’s head alive and forces it to help him on an experiment. That is to take a hunchbacked nurse and give her a stripper babe body.
Horror Hotel (1960)
On the recommendation of her professor, a young female student travels to a small Massachusetts town to do some research into witchcraft. She finds the town occupied by the reincarnation of an infamous witch burned at the stake in the 17th century.
House on Haunted Hill, The (1959)
House on Haunted Hill (1959) is a horror film directed by William Castle, written by Robb White, and starring Vincent Price as eccentric millionaire Fredrick Loren.
How Awful About Alan (1970)
How Awful About Allan is a 1970 television movie thriller, directed by Curtis Harrington and starring Anthony Perkins. It premiered on ABC in the fall of 1970 and was produced by prolific television producer Aaron Spelling.
It’s Alive (1969)
This might the best movie Larry Buchanan ever made, but that’s not saying a lot. This movie has a farmer, a monster in a cave, and witless victims. What else did you need?
Jekyll and Hyde (1990)
Michael Caine gives a tour-de-force performance as both the unconventional Dr. Jekyll and his alter-ego, the fiendish Mr. Hyde. Cheryl Ladd stars as his beautiful sister-in-law and the woman he loved…whom Hyde almost destroyed.
Man In The Attic (1953)
It’s London, 1888. On the third night of the Jack the Ripper killings, a man rents out an attic from an older couple in need of extra income. The man (Jack Palance), a research pathologist, begins working on his experiments in the rooms. Helen Harley, the landlady (Frances Bavier), becomes suspicious of the man, especially when her niece shows an interest in him.
Manos: The Hands of Fate (1966)
Manos was written, directed and produced by Harold P. Warren, a fertilizer salesman from El Paso, Texas. Warren also starred in the film. A vacationing family is trapped at a lodge maintained by a polygamous pagan cult. It ranks among the best movies ever made by a fertilizer salesman.
Messiah of Evil (1972)
A young woman named Arletty (Marianna Hill) moves back home to find out what happened to her estranged father an artist However as she arrives in the California beach house she runs into some decidedly odd behavior.
Moon of the Wolf (1972)
Night of the Blood Beast (1958)
Night of the Blood Beast is a 1958 American science-fiction horror film about a team of scientists who are stalked by an alien creature, which implants its embryos in an astronaut’s body during a space flight.
Night Tide (1961)
Seaman Johnny Drake (Dennis Hopper) falls in love with Mora (Linda Lawson), who lives in a hotel above the marina merry-go-round (the movie was filmed at the Santa Monica pier)and is a mermaid for the carnival. All of her previous lovers have died, so Johnny gets a little concerned.
Nightmare Castle (1965)
The film stars Barbara Steele in dual lead roles. The film has several variations in the title and is also known as Night of the Doomed in the United Kingdom, Lovers from Beyond the Tomb and The Faceless Monster.
Phantom of the Opera (1925)
Lon Chaney plays the deformed Phantom who haunts the Paris Opera House causing murder and mayhem in an attempt to force the management to make the woman he loves a star.
Plan 9 From Outer Space (1959)
Plan 9 from Outer Space is a 1959 science fiction/horror film written, and directed by Edward D. Wood, Jr. The film features Gregory Walcott, Mona McKinnon, Tor Johnson and Maila “Vampira” Nurmi.
Playgirls and the Vampire, The (1960)
Here’s another American Movie Classics B movie about some sweet girls and a toothy vampire with a secret laboratory. Things just sort of go downhill from there. In the genre of 1960′s Italian horror films, this one is better than average.
Robot vs. The Aztec Mummy, The (1957)
This about sums it up: “See the relentless machine battle the gruesome corpse.” The alternative title for this film was Aztec Mummy vs. the Human Robot.
She Beast, The (1966)
Of course you would honeymoon in Transylvania and crash your car into a lake. It would be the same lake where a witch drown. Then the witch takes over your wife’s body and you have to recruit a weird descendant of Van Helsing to save her. Not the best day.
The film tells the story of a psychiatrist, Dr. Cross, (Vincent Price), who is treating a young woman, Janet Stewart (Anabel Shaw), who is in a coma-state, brought on when she heard loud arguing, went to her window and saw a man strike his wife with a candlestick and kill her. It also stars Lynn Bari as Dr. Cross’s nurse/lover, Elaine Jordan.
Sisters of Death (1977)
In the initiation of a girl into a secret society, she is killed in a game of russian roulette. Years later her sorority sisters are invited to a mansion for a party, but don’t know who is their host.
Snake People (1971)
A voodoo death cult worships an evil priest named Damballa. Captain Labesh arrives and wants to crack down on the cult and the drunken local police force that has turned a blind eye to the cults activities.
Snow Creature, The (1954)
Members of a scientific expedition to the Himalaya’s that encounter and capture a Yeti. The creature is then brought back to the U.S., only to escape and run havoc. The Snow Creature was the first of several “Yeti / Abominable Snowman” themed movies. It also bore some resemblance to King Kong, in terms of plot, with act-one in an exotic setting and act-two taking place in an urban setting.
Svengali (1931) is a drama/horror film starring John Barrymore, Marian Marsh, and Bramwell Fletcher, directed by Archie Mayo, written by J. Grubb Alexander, and released by Warner Brothers. It is based on the gothic horror novel Trilby (1894) by George du Maurier. The film was originally released on May 22, 1931.
Teenage Zombies (1959)
While boating in a boat we never see and possibly water-skiing without getting wet, a quartet of teens, Reg (Don Sullivan), Skip (Paul Pepper), Julie (Mitzie Albertson), and Pam (Brianne Murphy), accidentally discover an island run by a mad scientist named Doctor Myra who intends to turn everyone in the United States into a communist zombie, but we really don’t see any zombies and only a couple commies. Luckily it’s “Dreamboat” Don Sullivan to the rescue. I don’t seem to remember Don Sullivan singing in this one, but you should take appropriate precautions.
The Undead – Roger Corman (1957)
Somebody said they wanted this film. It’s Roger Corman’s cult classic The Undead. The Undead follows the story of prostitute Diana Love who is put into a hypnotic trance by psychic Quintis , thus causing her to regress back to a previous life.
Track of the Moon Beast (1976)
Mineralogist Paul Carlson (Chase Cordell) is struck by a lunar meteorite while observing a meteor shower. Lodged in his brain, the meteorite causes him to transform into a strong and vicious lizard whenever the moon comes out.
A young girl finds the body of her dead aunt, but doesn’t remember much about it. She returns in later life to remember what happened.
Vampire Bat, The (1933)
When the villagers of Kleinschloss start dying of blood loss, the town fathers suspect a resurgence of vampirism. While police inspector Karl remains skeptical, scientist Dr. von Niemann cares for the vampire’s victims one by one, and suspicion falls on simple-minded Herman Gleib because of his fondness for bats. A blood-thirsty mob hounds Gleib to his death, but the vampire attacks don’t stop.
Veil, The – Jack The Ripper (1958)
Voodoo Man (1944)
Dr. Richard Marlow (Bela Lugosi) kidnaps young girls and tries to re-incarnate his dead wife using hypnosis and voodoo.
Werewolves on Wheels (1971)
American Movie classics does it again by bringing us the 1971 pot smoking hippie biker horror movie, Werewolves on Wheels where 1971 hippies bounce off a microbus one too many times.
Yesterday Machine, The (1963)
This low budget 60′s sci-fi is a unique mixture of sawdust, glue, ham and wood. A Nazi scientist invents a time machine enabling him to go back to alter the events of WWII. He’s discovered by some teenagers who’s car breaks down on the way to a college football game.