Queen of Blood
June 25, 2020

In Queen of Blood (1966) American International Pictures gives a strange futuristic world set in 1991 where we have the International Institute of Space Technology on the Moon, and we travel to Mars-like it’s no big deal. The Science Fiction aspects of the film remind of the original Star Trek TV series with echoing squeals…

The Birds
April 22, 2020

I can’t think of anyone that doesn’t know about this movie, even the youngsters that I work with. The Birds is one of the most iconic movies ever made, and the perfect fit for the 22nd day of 30 Days of Terror. Yes, of course, bandages! It’s terrible! Lydia Brenner Alfred Hitchcock has always had…

The Comedy of Terrors
April 16, 2020

Horror Comedy can either be good or bad, for the 16th day of 30 Days of Terror, I chose to talk about a classic, produced by American International Pictures and filled with a star-studded cast. For whatever reason American International Pictures designated The Comedy of Terrors (1963) as horror comedy. I didn’t find any scary…

Dementia 13
April 8, 2020

For day 8 of 30 Days of Terror, I thought it’d be fun to have something more thrilling than horrifying, so Dementia 13 came to mind. The 60s had some of the best experimental thrills, and this is a great example. Dementia 13 (1963) is another American International Pictures great, directed and written by Francis…

April 1, 2020

Today is the first day of my 30 Days of Terror where I am spotlighting some of my favorite Horror Movies of all time. Since I love Edgar Allen Poe’s stories, I figured that I’d start the month with adaptations of the Tell-Tale Heart. These are two classics that are different in the way they…

January 16, 2020

The House of a Thousand Dolls (1967) is touted as American International Pictures sleaziest film, and I guess for the time it was, but by today’s standards it’s not. This is one of my least favorite AIP Vincent Price movies. The idea is great, but the layer of suspense isn’t as strong as their other…

September 26, 2019

When I first saw Rosemary’s Baby (1968), I hated it. So now, I’m giving it another shot, thinking that maybe I missed something. Nope. I still find it dreadfully bland and anticlimactic. There are aspects of it that I enjoyed, so I’ll talk about those. The set is beautiful. The apartments and the decorations within…

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