the amazing transparent man, public domain, 1960, invisible army, safecracker, safe cracker
When expert safecracker, Joey Faust, escapes from prison he is aided by an ex-army Major. There is a price on the Major's help though. He needs Joey to steal some radium. Why? So he can build an invisible army. You can find out more about The Incredible Transparent Man at A Passion for Horror
Mystery, Sci-Fi, horror, ghost, Comedy, public domain, Classic TV, weirdness, weird
Public Access TV show "Weirdness Really Bad Movie" hosts public domain movies and ads clean comedy sketches enjoyable for the whole family. Today's film is the 1959 Vincent Price film, "House On Haunted Hill"
the wasp woman, 1959, susan cabot, horror
Susan Cabot stars as Janice Starlin, the owner a large cosmetics company. Worried about her failing looks, Janice allows herself to be injected with an experimental serum, that may turn back her biological clock. The serum works, but has some nasty side effects. You can find out more about The Wasp Woman at A Passion For Horror.
weirdness, Comedy, Mystery, psychiatrist, crazy, gorilla, sketch, Classic TV, public domain
Public Access TV show "Weirdness Really Bad Movie" hosts public domain movies and ads clean comedy sketches enjoyable for the whole family. Today's film is the 1946 Vincent Price movie "Shock"
Spaltung, science-fiction, horror, Gut und Böse, Evolution, Biowissenschaften, Gott spielen
Als der erste mit einem zweiköpfigen Monster in der Titelrolle genießt dieser Film einen gewissen Kultstatus unter den Science-Fiction- und Horrorfans, die besonders gern an die Szene mit dem dritten Auge erinnern – und die Huldigung in Sam Raimis „Armee der Finsternis“ (1992). Obwohl eine amerikanisch-japanische Koproduktion, waren es Briten, die Regie führten, das Drehbuch lieferten und die beiden Hauptrollen belegten – samt amerikanischem Akzent.
Roger Corman, Charles B. Griffin, Robert Towne, Monte Hellman, sci-fi, Monster Movies, Filmgroup, Antony Carbone, Betsy Jones-Moreland
This is the 75 minute TV version of Roger Corman's (and Charles Griffin's) goofy self-parody "Creature from the Haunted Sea." For television, Monte Hellman wrote, produced and directed about 15 minutes of new footage to get the film up to a marketable length including an absurd theme song as performed by the wonderful Betsy Jones-Moreland. These scenes, presumably shot in 16mm, were never intended for theatrical release, but crop to a 16 x 9 aspect ratio (along with the rest of the film) as though that had been a possibility.
horror, Science Fiction, Aliens, abduction, Oregon
2010 science fiction / horror feature film. Plot: Unemployed writer, Paul Mantel, has been chosen by Sheila, an agent of "the hive" to provide food to a hungry colony of space aliens hiding in a remote Oregon forest -- aliens that have an appetite for human flesh! This film made its premier at the 2010 Big Bear Horror Film Festival in Big Bear California.