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Tag: Mario Bava

Castle of the Living Dead (1964)

Not surprisingly, this Italian thriller casts horror icon Christopher Lee in the leading role of the demented Count Drago but what is surprising is that it features the film debut of […]

The Haunted Palace (1963)

Roger Corman and AIP once again treat us to a Vincent Price graveyard fest that while being hailed as another of the Edgar Allan Poe entries is in truth an adaptation of […]

Creature (1985)

Not having seen this since it came out on VHS in what I imagine looking back was the year of it’s release, I recalled it as another Alien rip-off. Now […]

Boris Karloff Posters on his Birthday

When the calendar hits the 23rd of November it’s time to celebrate. Meaning it’s time to celebrate the birthday of an actor who is not only one of cinema’s great […]

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 […]

Baron Blood (1972)

As if plucked from a table full of discarded Vincent Price scripts, Joseph Cotton continued his journey into the world of horror and fantasy in the this delicious thriller by […]

Erik the Conqueror (1961)

This tale of Vikings at odds with Britain comes from the man who had unleashed the terrors of Black Sunday just one year prior to this outdoor adventure, Mario Bava. Opening […]

Queen of Blood (1966)

Is it possible that this Corman produced thriller via writer/director Curtis Harrington was inspired by 1958’s It! The Terror From Beyond Space and in turn inspired Ridley Scott’s Alien in […]

The Boris Karloff Poster Gallery

When the calendar hits the 23rd of November it’s time to celebrate. Meaning it’s time to celebrate the birthday of an actor who is not only one of cinema’s great […]

The Barbara Steele Poster Gallery

Barbara Steele was for many years just a set of images in horror film hardcovers I’d take home from the public library with glossy pictures of European movies that I […]

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