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Category: 1960’s

High School Caesar (1960)

The month of August coming to a close can mean only one thing, high school season is upon us and to kick things off let’s look back to this drive-in […]

The Deadly Bees (1966)

Known more for their anthology films like Vault of Horror and The House That Dripped Blood, Amicus Films produced this feature length terror directed by genre stalwart, Freddie Francis. At […]

Dimension 5 (1966)

From the winning team of Franklin Adreon and Arthur C. Pierce, the men who gave us Cyborg 2087 in the same calendar year of 1966 comes this Jeffrey Hunter spy […]

Cyborg 2087 (1966)

If you’re a fan of sixties sci-fi and fantasy television then you’d be hard pressed not to enjoy this Arthur C. Pierce penned tale of time travel. Felt like I […]

Paint Your Wagon (1969)

How does this big budget Joshua Logan musical rate on the oddest casting in movie history? I’ll leave that decision up to you but will say it might seem a […]

The Reptile (1966)

The journey to finally seeing a movie can be a wonderful adventure though the end result isn’t always what one is hoping for and I have to admit that Hammer’s […]

The Power (1968)

Having found success working together previously on War of The Worlds and one of my favorites, The Naked Jungle, producer George Pal and director Byron Haskin teamed for the final […]

Visit to a Small Planet (1960)

Long before producer Gary Marshall put Robin Williams squarely in front of television audiences as that alien from another planet paying us a visit in a weekly sitcom, comedic legend […]

The Jackals (1967)

This South African western remake of 1948’s Yellow Sky is easily one of the more unlikely credits during the latter part of Vincent Price’s storied career. Here he plays an […]

They Came To Rob Las Vegas (1968)

“They? Who the hell is “they?”  Being one who loves to borrow lines from movies, I couldn’t help myself starting off with an Edmond O’Brien quote. Anyone know the classic […]

The Honeymoon Machine (1961)

I can only guess that Glenn Ford was unavailable for this military comedy from MGM. A genre that Ford frequently excelled in during the late fifties and on into the early […]

Island of the Lost (1967)

In 1954 Ricou Browning donned the costume of the Gill Man while Richard Carlson led the expedition to the Black Lagoon in search of the famed Creature. Here we are […]

The Professionals (1966)

Not wanting to speak on behalf of everyone else who has seen this Richard Brooks classic, I think it’s one of those unheralded movies that doesn’t get enough love. I […]

Assignment to Kill (1968)

It’s thanks to TCM that this low key mystery with a hint of Bond came into my viewing circle recently and one I found very enjoyable thanks to an actor […]

Planet of the Vampires (1965)

To a horror film fan, there is absolutely no mistaking a film directed by Mario Bava in color. Especially during his run of 1960 terrors that included Black Sabbath, Kill […]

Kiss of the Vampire (1963)

This Don Sharp directed feature for Hammer Film Productions comes from the pen of John Elder. Elder is the pseudonym for the film’s producer Anthony Hinds. Hinds served as producer […]

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