Via B&S About Movies-Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors (1965)

Freddie Francis is pretty dependable. Throw in the Amicus name, plus Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing, and things get much better. This is the first official Amicus film, all about five men on a train from London to Bradley who meet the mysterious Doctor Schreck (Cushing), a man with a name that literally means terror. With his […]

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Via B&S About Movies-TABLOID WEEK: The Force Beyond (1978)

The Weekly World News was launched in 1979 by The National Enquirer publisher Generoso Pope, Jr. as a means to keep using the black-and-white press that when that higher profile tabloid went to full color. Unlike any of the other rags you’d get at the supermarket, The Weekly World News was unafraid to wildly speculate on aliens, monsters and Elvis. It also introduced Batboy to the […]

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Via B&S About Movies-Madhouse (1981)

Can we all admit that Ovidio Assonitis is a bona fide maniac? I’ve tried to explain The Visitor to people and always fail to capture the sheer lunacy and notion that it’s a film at the very same time about everything and nothing at the very same time. Nor can I divine why Franco Nero lives on […]

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Via B&S About Movies-THE B&S ABOUT MOVIES MOVIE GIVEAWAY!

I could take these movies to a used store, I could just take them to Goodwill but you and I know that physical media is awesome and must be preserved and shared and loved. So this Christmas — I’m giving away eleven movies! These will be random giveaways and here’s how you can win! Please […]

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Via B&S About Movies-LOST TV WEEK: Spectre (1977)

Originally airing on May 21, 1977, this show was co-written by Gene Roddenberry and Star Trek writer Samuel A. Peebles and directed by Clive Donner (What’s New Pussycat, the Get Smart reboot The Nude Bomb (which had Sylvia Kristel in it!) and the 1981 Charlie Chan reboot Charlie Chan and the Curse of the Dragon Queen). William Sebastian (Robert Culp, I Spy, The Greatest […]

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Via B&S About Movies-CHILLING CLASSICS MONTH: A Passenger to Bali (1950)

Why would Mill Creek include this on their Chilling Classics set — a made for TV production for CBS’ Westinghouse Studio One that originally aired on March 27, 1950? Who knows — Mill Creek does what Mill Creek wants. This tale began as a novel, published in 1936 and written by Ellis St. Joseph. It was adapted into […]

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