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Cult of the Cobra (1955) starring Richard Long, Marshall Thompson, Faith Domergue, David Janssen

Cult of the Cobra

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Cult of the Cobra (1955) starring Richard Long, Marshall Thompson, Faith Domergue, David Janssen, William Reynolds, Jack Kelly

Reviewed by: The Masked Reviewer

Synopsis of Cult of the Cobra

Cult of the Cobra begins with six American officers witnessing the secret ritual of Lamians. These are serpent worshipers – women who change into serpents, in a foreign country. When the snake cult discovers the soldiers, the High Lamian Priestess vows that “the Cobra Goddess will avenge herself”. Back in the United States, a mysterious woman enters into the life of each service man. With disastrous results. Accidents begin to happen, and before each death the shadow of a cobra is seen.

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All That Heaven Allows

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All That Heaven Allows (1955) starring Rock Hudson, Jane Wyman, Hayden Rourke

Synopsis of All That Heaven Allows

All That Heaven Allows – Friends and family want a rich widow to end her romance with a tree farmer about 15 years her junior.

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The Thing That Couldn’t Die

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The Thing that Couldn’t Die, starring Andra Martin, Carolyn Kearney, William Reynolds, Robin Hughes, Jeffrey Stone

In short,  The Thing That Couldn’t Die is a good example of a truly cheesy monster movie. My children and I enjoyed watching it last week on Svengoolie — primarily making fun of it as it was playing.  The acting was wooden, the makeup was mediocre, and it was so totally cheesy that it was completely enjoyable — but probably not in the way that the filmmakers intended.

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The Land Unknown

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The Land Unknown (1957) starring Jock Mahoney, Shirley Patterson, William Reynolds, Henry Brandon, Douglas Kennedy

 The Land Unknown is one of those science fiction movies where good acting is undercut by truly terrible special effects.  At its heart, it’s The Lost World – but with several interesting twists, including a very different character stranded there.

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