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Isle of the Snake People

Isle of the Snake People (1971), starring Boris Karloff, Julissa, Yolanda Montes, Yolanda Montes
Isle of the Snake People (1971), starring  Boris Karloff, Julissa,  Yolanda Montes, Ralph Bertrand, Carlos East Synopsis of  Isle of the Snake People In Isle of the Snake People, a  small remote island is a home for voodoo rites, death cults and an evil priest named Damballah. Local law...
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Dementia 13

Dementia 13 (1963) starring William Campbell, Luana Anders, directed by Francis Ford Coppola
Dementia 13 (1963) starring William Campbell, Luana Anders, directed by Francis Ford Coppola Reviewed by: The Masked Reviewer John Haloran (Peter Read) and his wife Louise (Luana Anders) are relaxing on the lake when they begin to argue about his eccentric wealthy mother’s will. Lady Haloran (Eithne Dunne)...
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100 Years of Horror

100 Years of Horror
Editorial review of 100 Years of Horror courtesy of Amazon.com Product Description   is the first show of its kind ever produced; chronicling the history of movie horror from the earliest experimental chillers through the unforgettable “golden age of movie monsters,” and on through today’s terrifying fright films.Hosted by Christopher Lee, the...
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The Return of Count Yorga

The Return of Count Yorga (1971) starring Robert Quarry, Marietta Hartley, Craig T. Nelson
The Return of Count Yorga (1971) starring Robert Quarry, Marietta Hartley, Craig T. Nelson The Return of Count Yorga is one of those few sequels that is superior to the original film — in this case,  Count Yorga, Vampire. The acting is, for the most part, better and...
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Count Yorga, Vampire

Count Yorga, Vampire (1970) starring Robert Quarry
Count Yorga, Vampire (1970) starring Robert Quarry Count Yorga, Vampire begins with a coffin being unloaded from a ship docked at the Port of Los Angeles, which is then driven to a mansion in the California hills.  While a narrator says:
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Dracula vs Frankenstein

The face of Frankenstein's monster in Dracula vs Frankenstein
Dracula vs Frankenstein (1971) starring J. Carrol Naish, Lon Chaney Jr. Before talking about Dracula vs Frankenstein itself, I would like to point out that it was the final appearance by two excellent actors: J. Carrol Naish (Sahara, Annie Get Your Gun) and Lon Chaney Jr. (The Wolf...
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The Spell

The Spell (1977) starring Lee Grant, Susan Myers, Helen Hunt, Lelia Goldoni, Jack Colvin
The Spell (1977) starring Lee Grant, Susan Myers, Helen Hunt,  Lelia Goldoni,  Jack Colvin The Spell is an NBC made-for-television movie, clearly, a rip-off of Carrie. However, it was actually slightly more than that. The Spell begins with a young teenager named Rita (Susan Myers,  Revenge of the Nerds) who...
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The Beast Within

The Beast Within (1982) starring Ronny Cox, Bibi Besch, Paul Clemens, Logan Ramsey, Don Gordon
The Beast Within (1982) starring Ronny Cox, Bibi Besch, Paul Clemens, Logan Ramsey, Don Gordon In short,  The Beast Within is a 1980’s horror film that’s a mixture between  The Curse of the Werewolf and any number of Southern Gothic movies. It begins with a newlywed couple (Ronny...
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The Abominable Dr. Phibes

The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971) starring Vincent Price, Joseph Cotten, Peter Jeffrey
The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971) starring Vincent Price, Joseph Cotten, Peter Jeffrey The Abominable Dr. Phibes is one of the great horror movies, with a great cast, beautiful music, wonderful sets putting the Art Deco style to excellent use and some great acting, where the audience even feels...
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Scared to Death

Scared to Death (1947) starring Bela Lugosi, George Zucco, Nat Pendleton, Douglas Fowley
Scared to Death (1947) starring Bela Lugosi, George Zucco, Nat Pendleton, Douglas Fowley Scared to Death is primarily remembered as the answer to a trivia question.  What is the only color film with Bela Lugosi in a starring role? And sadly, that’s all it deserves to be remembered...
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