MISC HORROR/SCI-FI/DRAMA TITLES 1900's - 1990's Part 2


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NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES (1948, USA, 81 min. B&W)
Director: John Farrow. Cast: Edward G. Robinson, Gail Russell, John Lund, Virginia Bruce, William Demarest, Richard Webb, Jerome Cowan and Onslow Stevens.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen. Extras: Trailer.
When heiress Jean Courtland attempts suicide her fiancée Elliott Carson probes her relationship to John Triton. In flashback we see how stage mentalist Triton starts having terrifying flashes of true precognition. His partner, Whitney Courtland, uses Triton's talent to make money; but Triton's inability to prevent what he foresees causes him to break up the act and become a hermit. Years later Triton has new visions and desperately tries to prevent tragedies in the Courtland family. Can his warnings succeed against suspicion, unbelief and inexorable fate?  $15

NIGHT OF TERROR (1933, USA, 65 min. B&W)
Director: Benjamin Stoloff. Cast: Bela Lugosi, Wallace Ford, Sally Blane and Tully Marshall. Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
The heirs to a family fortune are required to attend a seance at the spooky old family mansion. However, throughout the night members of the family are being killed off one by one.  $15

THE NIGHT BRINGS CHARLIE (1990, USA, Made for Video)
Director: Tom Logan. Stars: Kerry Knight, Joe Fishback, Aimee Tanalia and Monica Simmons. Language: English. Subtitles: None. Fullscreen.
Tree-trimming equipment is the deadly weapon in this early 90's slasher which is pretty damn good for a made for video movie.  $20

NIGHT OF THE DEMON (1980, USA, 90 min.)
Director: James C. Wasson. Stars: Michael Cutt, Joy Allen and Bob Collins.
A professor and some students goes up to the mountains to investigate on a psychodic Bigfoot on a killing rampage! A bigfoot film like you've never seen before!  $20

NIGHTMARE (1942, USA, 81 min. B&W)
Director: Tim Whelan. Cast: Diana Barrymore, Brian Donlevy and Henry Daniell.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
An ex-gambler helps a beautiful widow and becomes involved with a murder, secret agents, and saboteurs. $15

NIGHT WORLD  (1932, USA, 57 min. B&W)
Director: Hobart Henley. Cast: Lew Ayres, Mae Clarke and Boris Karloff.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
"Happy" MacDonald and his unfaithful wife own a Prohibition era night club. On this eventful night, he is threatened by bootleggers, and the club's star dancer falls in love with a young socialite who drinks to forget a personal tragedy, among other incidents.  $15

NIGHTMARE (1956, USA, 89 min., B&W)
Director: Maxwell Shame. Stars: Edward G. Robinson, Kevin McCarthy, Connie Russell and Virginia Christine.
A New Orleans musician has a nightmare about killing a man in a strange house but he suspects that it really happened.  $15

OCTOBER MOTH  (1960, U.K., 53 mins. B&W)
Director: John Kruse. Cast: Lee Patterson, Lana Morris, Peter Dyneley, Robert Crawdon and Sheila Raynor.
On a lonely windswept farm somewhere on the Yorkshire moors, mentally unstable and potentially violent Finlay (Patterson) is out one night looking for moths when he accidentally topples his lantern, setting off a minor conflagration. Startled by the flames and by the figure of Finlay, a motorist (Raynor) swerves off the road and down a steep embankment. Finlay brings the unconscious woman home to the farmhouse, waking his (quite sane) sister Molly (Morris); he tells her the woman is their long-dead mother who, it becomes evident, was victim to frequent beatings by their drunken father. Unable to penetrate the delusion and believing Finlay must have attacked this stranger, the frantic Molly tries every ruse she can to get the perhaps dying woman to a hospital despite Finlay’s being obdurate that she stay.  $15

ONE EXCITING NIGHT  (1922, USA, 128 min. B&W)
Director: D.W. Griffith. Cast: Carol Dempster, Henry Hull and Porter Strong.
Language: English title cards. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
A young orphan girl, courted by an unpleasant older wealthy man who has a hold over her adoptive mother, falls in love with a young stranger at a party. Odd noises begin to be heard as a group of bootleggers clandestinely try to get away with their hidden loot. One of them is killed and the young man is suspected of being the killer.  $12

ONE FRIGHTENED NIGHT  (1935, USA, 66 min. B&W)
Director: Christy Cabanne. Cast: Charley Grapewin, Lucien Littlefield and Mary Carlisle.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
An eccentric millionaire, unable to locate his only granddaughter, decides to divide his estate among a group of people less close to him: his niece and nephew, his attorney, his doctor, and his housekeeper. But complications and murder arise when two different women turn up, claiming to be the granddaughter.  $12

NOCTURNA  (1979, USA, 85 min.)
Director: Harry Hurwitz. Stars: Nai Bonet, John Carradine and Yvonne De Carlo.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
Geriatric Dracula owes taxes, so he turns his castle into Hotel Transylvania. His granddaughter Nocturna, books a disco band, learns that she loves dancing and can turn mortal whenever she dances. So, moves to NY to get a life and find love.   $20

NOT LIKE US (1995, USA, 87 min.)
Director: Dave Payne. Stars: Joanna Pacula, Peter Onorati and Rainer Grant.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
Horror-sci-fi/comedy about two aliens who show up in a small American town...but they don't exactly come in peace, they just want a piece of everyone.  Executive producer Roger Corman.  $20

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OPEN HOUSE  (1987, USA, 95 min.)
Director: Jag Mundhra. Cast: Joseph Bottoms, Adrienne Barbeau and Rudy Ramos.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Widescreen.
A psychotic killer is bumping off realtors and their clients. A radio talk show psychiatrist is the only person the killer will speak to by phone and the good doctor is thrust into a situation he is not ready to handle. Who will be next? Could it be the doctor’s own girlfriend, Lisa, who just happens to be a realtor?  $20

OUTLAW OF GOR  (1988, USA, 89 min.)
Director: John Cardos. Stars: Jack Palance, Urbano Barberini, Rebecca Ferratti and Donna Denton.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Full screen.
Return again to the enchanted planet of Gor - a world where primitive and modern technology co-exists under the watchful gaze of the all-powerful Priest King. Three years have passed since Tarl Cabot survived his first exciting voyage to the desolate counter-Earth. Once more he is transported back through time and space to the city of Ko-Ro-Ba where the beautiful Talena passionately awaits. When her father is poisoned by Lara, an evil sorceress, Tarl is framed for the crime. But after escaping imprisonment, Tarl - now an outlaw - embarks on a series of wild adventures, battling the strange and magical creatures who live in this forbidden universe.  $20

PICTURE MOMMY DEAD  (1966, USA, 82 min.)
Director: Bert I. Gordon. Stars: Don Ameche, Martha Hyer, Susan Gordon and Zsa Zsa Gabor.
Language: English. Subtitles: None. Full screen.
Teenaged Susan Shelley is released from an asylum where she's been confined to after the shock suffered over the fiery death of her glamorous socialite mother, Jessica Flagmore Shelley. Her father has a new wife, who has only married him for the money left to him by Jessica. Susan is still haunted by her mother's memory, and her step-mother is conspiring with her lover to trick the troubled girl to lead them to Jessica's missing diamond necklace.  $20

SATAN'S CHILDREN  (1975, USA, 83 min.)
Director: Joe Wiezycki. Stars: Stephen White, Kathy Archer, Joyce Molloy and Eldon Mecham.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Full screen.
Runaway teen Bobby is given shelter by a friendly cult of Satanists, but his presence--and questionable sexuality--leads to conflicts within Satan's Children, especially after a lesbian member is damned to Hell. But Bobby proves to be one sick puppy, which he demonstrates in ways that would even make the devil smile. So hilarious, homophobic, and just plain insane, you'd think Lucifer himself was personally involved!  $20

SECRET OF THE CHATEAU  (1934, USA, 66 min. B&W)
Director: Richard Thorpe. Cast: Claire Dodd, Alice White and Osgood Perkins.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
Inspector Marotte, attending an auction of rare collectible books previously ownded by the recently murdered M. Le Duc de Poisse, hopes he can catch his old nemesis Prahec, a murderer and book thief. More murders occur at the deceased's estate when it is learned that a rare first edition of the Gutenberg Bible is hidden on the premises. Among all the friends, relatives, and servants gathering at the estate, Marotte is finally able to reveal the identity of Prahec and apprehend the guilty.  $15

SECRET OF THE LOCH  (1934, USA, 71 min. B&W)
Director; Milton Rosmer. Cast: Seymour Hicks, Nancy O’Neill, Gibson Gowland and Eric Hales.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
A diver encounters a prehistoric monster in the depths of Loch Ness. This classic film is based on the mysterious sightings of a large dinosaur-like reptile at Loch Ness in Northern Scotland.  $15

SCREAMS OF A WINTER NIGHT  (1979, USA, 92 min.)
Director: James L. Wilson. Stars: Matt Borel, Gil Glascow, Mary Agen Cox and Patrick Byers.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Full screen.
Five young couples spend a weekend at a cabin that is claimed to be haunted.  $20

THE SHADOW OF THE CAT  (1961, U.K. 79 min. B&W)
Director: John Gilling. Cast: Conrad Phillips, Barbara Shelley and André Morell.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Widescreen. Extras: Trailer and Documentary.
At the film's opening, a family murders their wealthy matriarch for her money. They think they can get away with the crime, as no one saw the murder take place - except the cat., Tabitha. Slowly, Tabitha starts playing with the murderers’ minds. Does Tabitha really have supernatural powers? Or is it simply their conscience weighing down on them?  $20

SON OF DRACULA  (1974, UK, 90 min.)
Director: Freddie Francis. Cast: Harry Nilsson, Ringo Starr, Dennis Price and Suzanna Leigh.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
The plot concerns Count Downe, the Son of Dracula, who is to be crowned King of the Netherworld at the Museum of the Occult. The Count falls in a love with a beautiful woman and instead of attending his coronation chooses to undergo an operation to make him human.  $20

SOUTH OF HELL MOUNTAIN  (1971, USA, 77 min.)
Director: Louis Leahman and William Sachs. Cast: Anna Stuart, Sam Hall and Nicol Britton.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
An outlaw and his two sons plot to rob a gold mine but end up killing all the miners in the process. As they flee to Canada, they find a small cabin where a woman and her step-daughter are staying. The group holds them hostage and the rest of the story is told through the memories of the step-daughter who now is locked away at an asylum.  $20

SON OF DR. JEKYLL  (1958, USA, 78 min.)
Director: Seymour Friedman. Cast: Louis Hayward, Jody Lawrence and Alexander Knox.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen. Extras: Photo gallery.
Not learning from his father’s mistakes, Edward Jekyll sets out to prove that human personalities can be changed with the use of a few laboratory chemicals. When murders begin to plague the village, all fingers point to the young Jekyll as being the same murdering monster his father was.  $15

THE SORROWS OF SATAN  (1926, USA, 90 min.)
Director: D.W. Griffith. Cast: Adolphe Menjou, Ricardo Cortez and Carol Dempster.
Language: English title cards. Silent with music score. Fullscreen.
Struggling writer Geoffrey Tempest (Ricardo Cortez) makes an unwitting deal with the devil (Adolphe Menjou) in this clever silent film from D.W. Griffith (INTOLERANCE, BIRTH OF A NATION). Disguised as the well-dressed Prince Lucia de Rimanez, the devil promises Cortez wealth and fame beyond his wildest dreams; the price being that Tempest must obey all of the Prince's commands. One of these commands is to marry a decadent Russian Princess (Lya de Putti). Alas, Tempest finds that even his new wealth and fame are nothing without his old love, the true-hearted Mavis Claire (Carole Dempster) by his side. The devil's identity is revealed and all hell breaks loose as good and evil square off in a time-honored battle for Geoffrey's soul.  $15

SOMETHING TO HIDE  (1971, U.K., 99 min.)
Director: Alastair Reid. Stars: Peter Finch, Shelley Winters, Colin Blakely and Linda Hayden.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
Also released under the title "Shattered", this film follows the slow disintegration of a man's life due to the problems brought on by his troubled marriage, his drinking, and the appearance of a strange hitchhiker.  $20

THE SPIDER  (1931, USA, 60 min., B&W)
Edmund Lowe stars as Chatrand the Great, a magician with great hypnotic and magical powers. During his evening performance at an upscale theater, a murder occurs. A hand wearing a sinister spider ring raises a revolver, the lights go out, and a shot rings out! When the lights come back on, the body of a patron is found dead. The police close the theater and begin their investigation. Before the movie is over, Chatrand will use his magical powers to solve the crime and expose the killer.  $15

THE SPIDER WOMAN STRIKES BACK  (1946, USA, 60 min. B&W)
Director: Arthur Lubin. Cast: Gale Sondergaard, Kirby Grant and Brenda Joyce.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen. Extras: Trailer.
Gale Sondergaard more or less recreates her role as the homicidal "Spider Woman" that she first essayed in the 1943 Sherlock Holmes film of the same name. This time Ms. Sondergaard plays a wealthy rancher who advertises for a young woman to serve as her secretary/companion. Several girls have gone to her ranch to apply for the job; none have returned. When Brenda Joyce arrives to take the job, she uncovers Sondergaard's secret. The crafty villainess has been draining the blood of young women, using the blood to feed her huge carnivorous plants, cultivating a poison from those plants, then using the poison to kill the cattle on all neighboring ranches.  $15

SPOOKIES  (1986, USA, 81 min.)
Directors: Genie Joseph, Brendan Faulkner, Thomas Doran. Stars: Maria Pechukas, Charlotte Alexandra and Alec Nemser.
A dilapidated mansion becomes a slaughterhouse when an evil sorcerer unleashes his monstrous sidekicks on intruders.  $20

STEP DOWN TO TERROR  (1958, USA, 81 min. B&W)
Director: Harry Keller. Cast: Colleen Miller, Charles Drake and Rod Taylor.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
Step Down to Terror (aka The Silent Stranger) is a remake of the 1943 Alfred Hitchcock masterpiece Shadow of a Doubt. Charles Drake plays Johnny Williams, a psychotic serial killer who returns to his hometown to visit his mother (Josephine Hutchinson) and widowed sister-in-law Helen (Colleen Miller), both of whom are ignorant of his criminal past. Johnny hopes to settle down and start life anew, but Helen, her suspicions aroused by visiting detective Mike Randall (Rod Taylor), discovers the truth about her beloved brother-in-law. Failing to talk Helen out of turning him in, Johnny methodically plots her murder.  $15

THE STORY OF MOLLY X  (1949, USA, 82 min., B&W)
Director: Crane Wilbur. Stars: June Havoc, John Russell and Dorothy Hart.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
Molly's husband Rick was a gang leader in the mid-west. When he's killed, the tough woman moves to San Francisco with a couple of the gang members to start anew. Disguised as a noble woman, she and her gang rob security transports. But when Rob confesses to her that he killed Rick out of jealousy, she shoots him down immediately. In lack of proof she can't be convicted for the murder, but she goes to jail for the robberies. It's a new and very open female prison, where she learns a profession for the first time in her life.  $15

THE STRANGE MR. GREGORY  (1945, USA, 63 min. B&W)
Director: Phil Rosen. Cast: Edmund Lowe, Jean Rogers and Donald Douglas.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
The title character, played by Edmund Lowe, is a famous magician who fakes his own death -- then reappears as his nonexistent twin brother. It's all part of Gregory's master scheme to pin his "murder" on innocent John Randall (Don Douglas), the husband of Ellen (Jean Rogers), the woman Gregory loves. Only the magician's faithful assistant, Riker knows the whole story, meaning that his days are numbered. By the time Ellen herself figures out what Gregory is up to, it may be…gasp!..tooo late!!!  $15

STRANGE PEOPLE  (1933, USA, 64 min., B&W)
Director: Richard Thorpe. Cast: Hale Hamilton, John Darrow and Gloria Shea.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
Twelve people who served on the jury during a trial that sent a man to prison for murder one year earlier are assembled in a lonely house on a stormy night. The guests have been summoned to the house by the convicted man's attorney, J. E. Burton, who tries to convince them that they had erred in their verdict because they based their decision on circumstantial evidence. In order to convince the former jurors to sign a petition asking the governor to pardon his client, Burton shows them how easy it is to accuse the wrong person of a crime by staging an elaborate murder scheme in which one of the jurors is framed for killing his assistant.  $15

T.A.G. THE ASSASSINATION G AME  (1982, USA, 87 min.)
Director: Nick Castle. Stars: Robert Carradine, Linda Hamilton and Kristine DeBell.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
A silly college game, in which the kids go about hunting each other with rubber-tipped dart guns, acts as the spark for one of the contestants, Gersh (Abbott), to actually murder his rivals when he starts to take the game too seriously.  $20

TERROR FROM THE YEAR 5000  (1958, USA, 66 min. B&W)
Director: Robert J. Gurney Jr. Cast: Ward Costello, Joyce Holden, Frederic Downs and John Stratton.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
The Terror from the Year 5000 works its way to the 20th century by way of a time machine. On a remote island near Florida, scientist Howard Erling uses an elaborate time-travel device to trade various artifacts with denizens of the Past and Future. A woman from the future, the mutated victim of atomic radiation, "trades" her body with that of a nurse (Salome Jens) whom she murders. It is the Future Woman's intention to repopulate the post-apocalyptic world of 5000 AD with uncontaminated children, and to do this she must forcibly take Erling's assistant Victor "back to the future". Curiously, well-known Broadway actress Salome Jens, who plays the title character, wasn't listed in either the advertising or the official resumés of Terror From the Year 5000.  $15

TERROR IN THE WAX MUSEUM (1973, USA, 93 min.)
Director: Georg Fenady. Stars: Ray Milland, Elsa Lanchester and John Carradine.
After selling his wax museum, Mr. Dupree and others turn up dead. Are the wax figures coming to life with a vengeance against being sold?  $20

THAT'S THE SPIRIT (1945, USA, 87 min., B&W)
Director: Stars: Jack Oakie, Peggy Ryan and Buster Keaton.
A vaudeville performer returns from the dead to help his wife and daughter, who are being dominated by a greedy banker.  $15

TERROR ON TOUR (1980, USA, 87 min.)
Director: Don Edmonds. Stars: Larry Thomas, Chip Greenman, David Thompson and Dave Galluzzo.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
The Clowns... a new gimmick rock band on their way up the barbed ladder of success. In their macabre makeup it is nearly imposible to distinguigh one from the other. Their incredible stage performance centers around sadistic theatrics and eventually real murder begins. The police are called in and every member of the band is a suspect until they realize the murders are happaneing during the band’s performance.  $20

THREE CASES OF MURDER (1955, UK, 99 min., B&W)
Director: Orson Wells, David Eady, George More O’Ferrell and Wend Toye. Stars: Orson Wells, André Morell, John Gregson and Elizabeth Sellars. Language: English. Subtitles: none.
Three stories of murder and the supernatural. In the first, a museum worker is introduced to a world behind the pictures he sees every day. Second, when two lifelong friends fall in love with the same woman and she is killed, they are obvious suspects. Is their friendship strong enough for them to alibi each other? Third, when a young politician is terribly hurt by the arrogant Secretary for Foreign Affairs Lord Mountdrago, he uses Mountdrago's dreams to get revenge.  $20

THINGS HAPPEN AT NIGHT (1947, UK, 79 min. B&W)
Director: Francis Searle. Cast: Gordon Harker, Alfred Drayton and Robertson Hare.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
A young girl finds herself possessed by the spirit of a mischievous demon. A comedy/horror that unfortunately doesn’t fair too well.  $12

THE THREE WEIRD SISTERS  (1948, U.K., 82 min. B&W)
Director: Daniel Birt. Cast: Nancy Price, Mary Clare and Mary Merrall.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
This film, whose screenplay was written by poet Dylan Thomas, concerns a lawyer and his young secretary who travel to the Welsh ancestral home of their client to alter his will. Seems the man is the youngest child and only male heir of a once pround family who controlled the local coal mine. The home is presided over by the man's three older sisters, each with a distinctive affliction: one is blind, one is virtually deaf, the other has painful arthritis that has molded her hands into claws. A series of bizarre events begin to occur, particularly to the man and the lawyer's secretary, that ultimately ends in a cataclysmic finale!  $15

TILL DEATH (1974/78, USA, 85 min.)
Director: Walter Stocker. Stars: Keith Atkinson, Belinda Balaski and Marshall Reed.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
We've seen this story before, especially in the Mexican anthology film "100 Cries of Terror". A man visits the crypt of his dead wife and gets accidentally locked in. During the night he discovers that she is still alive in her coffin, the victim of a state of catalepsy. But is that really what happened?  $20

TWISTED NERVE  (1968, UK, 113 min.)
Director: Roy Boulting. Cast: Hayley Mills, Hywel Bennett and Billie Whitelaw.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen. Extras: Trailer.
A mentally disturbed young man threatens the lives of the girl he loves and her family.  $20

THE TWONKY  (1953, USA, 72 min. - TV print, B&W)
Director: Arch Oboler. Cast: Hans Conried, Janet Warren and William H. Lynn.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
Tweedy college professor discovers his new TV set is animate, apparently possessed by something from the future, and militantly intent on regulating his daily life.  $15

WELCOME TO ARROW BEACH  (1974, USA, 94 min.)
Director: Laurence Harvey. Stars: Laurence Harvey, Meg Foster and Stuart Whitman.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
Wandering hippie chick, Robbin Stanley (Meg Foster) encounters Jason Henry (Lawrence Harvey) on his beach property. Rather than accuse her of trespassing, he invites the lonely girl to stay with him and his sister, Grace (Joanna Pettet). While there, Robbin gets curious when she hears stranger noises and makes her way around the house to see what's going on. What she finds is a giant walk-in freezer hidden in the basement and Jason, with cleaver in hand, chopping up a body. She escapes and finds her way to a hospital where she finds that no one will believe her story. Not the cops, not the doctors. Only one person thinks she's telling the truth; a young hospital worker named Alex (David Macklin), and the two embark on a quest to find out just what's going on at the Henry home.
*Released to theaters as "Tender Flesh" and heavily cut, as well as a VHS release on the old Magnetic Video label, still missing some scenes, this is the full UNCUT version.  $20

THE TOMB  (1986, USA, 84 min.)
Director: Fred Olen Ray. Stars: Cameron Mitchell, John Carradine and Sybil Danning.
A tomb robber steals artifacts from an unmarked tomb in Egypt and sells them to different archeologists in America. This displeases the immortal woman whose tomb has been desecrated, so she follows the artifacts to America, where she busies herself extracting revenge for the theft.  $20

THE UNDEAD  (1957, USA, 73 min. B&W)
Director: Roger Corman. Cast: Pamela Duncan, Alison Hayes and Richard Garland.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen. Extras: Trailer.
Two psychical researchers procure the services of a lady of the night and send her back in time under hypnosis. She finds herself in the body of a past existence - a woman in medieval times waiting to be beheaded as a witch. By avoiding this fate she unwittingly starts to alter history.  $20

THE UNEARTHLY  (1957, USA, 68 min.)
Director: Boris Petroff. Stars: John Carradine, Allison Hayes and Tor Johnson.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Widescreen.
The spooky laboratory of Dr. Charles Conway (John Carradine) holds monstrous secrets in this delirious drive-in favorite from the golden age of creature features! Experiments with human glands have produced a number of hideous mutants in his foreboding house on a hill, but that doesn't stop the good doctor from going back to the table with the aid of passing visitors eager for his medical services. Along with hulking henchman Lobo (Tor Johnson "Plan 9 From Outer Space"), Dr. Conway sets his sights on an undercover cop determined to end this parade of monsters and madness. Featuring the delectable Allison Hayes ("Attack of the 50 Foot Woman").  $20

VAMPIRE KNIGHTS  (1987, USA, 90 min.)
Director: Daniel Peterson. Stars: Robin Stille, Mary Logan and Ann Michaels,
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
Kenny is obsessed with vampires, so much so that he joins the ranks of the 'Vampire Knights' a fan club for a late-night TV program hosted by Sir Peterson and proudly shells out for a 'Vampire Knights' medallion. Kenny takes this all so seriously much to the amusement of his flatmates Bobbie and Tom who he constantly tries to enlist. But Kenny's obsession may just have it's uses;'while at a party three strangers appear, Tasar, Zane and Ellissa, drawn to the 'Vampire Knights' medallion, the girls follow the boys home for a private party of their own.  $20

THE VULTURE  (1966, UK/USA, 92 min.)
Director: Lawrence Huntington. Stars: Robert Hutton, Akim Tamiroff and Diane Clare.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Extras: Trailer.
A crazed scientist combines his body with that of a vulture and carries out a centuries old curse against the decendants of the family who caused his ancestor's death.  $20

WAR OF THE COLOSSAL BEAST  (1958, USA, 69 min.)
Director: Bert I. Gordon. Stars: Sally Fraser, Dean Parkin and Roger Pace. Full screen.
Sequel to “The Amazing Colossal Man”, we discover that the giant wasn’t killed after all. He managed to find his way to Mexico where he is captured and brought back to the States in the hopes of helping him. But things go terrible wrong and the giant man is again causing havoc in the city streets.  $20

WHAT BECAME OF JACK AND JILL?  (1972, UK, 93 min.)
Director: Bill Bain. Cast: Vanessa Howard, Mona Washbourne and Paul Nicholas.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
John Tallent (Paul Nicholas) lives with his elderly grandma Alice (Mona Washbourne) in London’s suburbia. John’s an unemployed loafer with little money and no prospects, but impatiently dreams of gunning-down the OAP’s he sees as preventing him from receiving a swift inheritance. John and his receptionist girlfriend Jill (Vanessa Howard) plot to murder his wealthy grandmother so they can collect her legacy.   $20

WHISPERING GHOSTS  (1942, USA, 75 min. B&W)
Director: Alfred L. Werker. Cast: Milton Berle, Brenda Joyce, John Shelton.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
An actor who plays a detective on a radio show and his sidekick get it into their heads to try to solve a murder that had been committed several years previously.  $15

WICKED, WICKED  (1973, USA, 95 min.)
Director: Richard L. Bare. Cast: David Bailey, Tiffany Bolling and Randy Roberts.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Widescreen, Extras: Trailer.
A rarely seen tongue-in-cheek psycho thriller. A masked killer is mutilating some rather beautiful women at a seaside hotel and resort. Shot entirely in DuoVision, a split screen process in which the viewer watches two scenes happening simultaneously.  $20

THE WITCHING HOUR  (1934, USA, 69 min. B&W)
Director: Henry Hathaway. Cast: Guy Standing, John Halliday, William Frawley.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
Jack Brookfield, a gambler with clairvoyant and hypnotic powers, is able to win at cards through his unique gift. But when he inadvertently hypnotizes young Clay Thorne, Thorne kills an enemy of Brookfield's while under a trance. No one believes Brookfield's protestations that Thorne is innocent of any murderous intent, so Brookfield teams up with retired lawyer Martin Prentice in hopes of saving the young man from the gallows.  $15

WOLFSHEAD: THE LEGEND OF ROBIN HOOD (1969, U.K., 55 min.)
Director: John Hough. Stars: David Warbeck, Kathleen Byron and Dan Meaden.
Robert of Loxley, a simple farmer, is working his land when a fellow Saxon runs through their property. Robert denies seeing the alleged poacher, and the fight, which ensues, is destined to seal his fate. Apparently made as a pilot for a proposed U.K. TV series that never happened. It was eventually released to theaters as a double bill filler.  $15