“The Lady and the Monster”
#7 of the 31 days of horror challenge. (These reviews will be more raw due to the nature of the challenge.)
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A scientist and his assistant experimenting on brain activity are called to help someone injured in a plane crash. When the district doctor declares the man dead, the scientist discovers that the man’s brain is alive even though his body is dead and they act swiftly to preserve the brain. Then they discover that the man is millionaire W.H. Donovan. As the experiment progresses, Donovan’s brain begins to take control over the assistant. Continue reading “The Lady and the Monster (1944) – Film”
“Attack of the Puppet People”
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Sally Reynolds is a young woman who is charmed into being a secretary by Mr. Franz, a lonely doll maker. Sally soon begins to realize that Mr. Franz isn’t quite what he seems. After her fiance, Bob, suddenly disappears, Sally shares his fate. Continue reading “Attack of the Puppet People (1958) – Film”
“The Deadly Mantis”
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When mysterious attacks on military outposts at the DEW line occur then happen farther and farther south heading for New York and Washington DC. Col. Joe Parkman recruits the help of paleontologist, Ned Jackson and museum magazine reporter, Marge Blaine to identify and defeat this menace. Continue reading “The Deadly Mantis (1957) – Film”
“Attack of the Giant Leeches”
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A “Roger Coreman Presents” creature feature. Directed by Bernard L Kowalski, who went on to direct just about everything on tv from episodes of Rawhide, Mission: Impossible, and Gunsmoke to Baretta, Knight Rider, and Magnum PI and much more. Let’s not overlook Playboy centerfold Yvette Vickers as beautiful, but troubled, Liz Walker, wife of a shop owner. Cheesy creature costuming aside, this flick is typical of late 50′s, late Golden Age b-grade movies. Solid schlock, cheaply made, and the musical score is shared with 2 other movies produced by brothers Roger and Gene Coreman. You know what you’re getting when you decide to watch this style movie. Continue reading “Attack of the Giant Leeches (1959) – Film”