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Old 01-13-2021, 12:15 PM
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Dead Men Walk (1943)

some occult stuff

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most of the movie kinda bored me, until the ending with that burning house fight was awesome

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The Mad Monster (1942)

early werewolf movie where a mad scientist injects wolf blood into his friend


this is a totally different way to make a werewolf....

I liked it.

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Old 01-15-2021, 01:20 AM
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Time for a Hammer film

Scream of Fear! (1961)



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Time for a Hammer film

Scream of Fear! (1961)



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I see it's a well received film with high marks. I've never even heard of it. Reviews say it has good twists and turns. Could this be the best Hammer film? The original trailer is really dumb though. It's like a poorly done 50's sci-fi trailer.
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Old 01-16-2021, 05:13 AM
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I see it's a well received film with high marks. I've never even heard of it. Reviews say it has good twists and turns. Could this be the best Hammer film? The original trailer is really dumb though. It's like a poorly done 50's sci-fi trailer.
It certainly isn't bad and worth seeing. Good turns by Christopher Lee and Susan Strasberg. reminds Me a lot of PSYCHO in parts.
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Old 01-16-2021, 07:19 PM
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Its definitely a good one, Hammer always had talent, especially the actors...and the twist near the end is awesome and genius..you gotta love Strasberg's portrayal of Penny, she really did a wonderful job. Most of the actors in the movie fit the roles really well, and i can't think of any other actors who could have done a better job for those roles...whether or not its the greatest is opinion, because there are too many choices within the hammer catalog to choose from which have equal merit.
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Old 01-19-2021, 01:13 AM
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SWAMP WOMEN (1955)>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
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Normally not crazy over Roger Corman directed films, but this is pretty good little flick and if it's OK with TKZ, than I guess it's OK with Me as well.

A Policewoman goes undercover into the Slammer with a Female Gang led by Marie Windsor (She practically personifies "Hard Boiled" especially in THE NARROW MARGIN and THE KILLING) who have hidden some gems in the swamp and break out to grab them. One of the Gang is Beverly Garland who I always liked in just about anything. She really provides the thrills as a very temperamental dame who could probably whip her weight in Alligators!. And as TKZ and Sculpt pointed out, They do get "Fresh" with Mike Connors (TV's MANNIX called Touch here) who seems to spend most of the film tied up and being nuzzled by all the cast here...Nice work if You can get it. ***
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Circus of Horrors, 1960. 7/10


Director: Sidney Hayers

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Old 02-02-2021, 01:44 AM
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DR RENAULT'S SECRET (1942). Great Paramount sets with good performances by George Zucco and J Carroll Naish aren't enough to make this more than a "One and Done"...not even an hour and feels much longer. **
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Attack of the Puppet People, 1958. 6/10

Director: Bert I. Gordon







The Screaming Skull, 1958. 6/10

Director: Alex Nicol

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