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Duel On the Mississippi (1955)

Just a few years shy of William Castle’s emergence as a showman of the macabre, he directed numerous low budget efforts including this “B” unit project released by Harry Cohn’s […]

The Nesting (1981)

Just stop and imagine how many bizarre movies you’re likely to come across if you’ve included seeing every John Carradine appearance on your personal bucket list. I mean everything. Not […]

I Saw What You Did (1965)

This William Castle film is a great example of what having been a “star” can do for you. It can give you top billing and a prominent place in the […]

The Iron Glove (1954)

Before William Castle decided to turn into a real life P.T. Barnum type by selling himself to the public much like Hitchcock¬†to better market¬†his thriller movies, he slummed for producer […]

Battle of Rogue River (1954)

Westerns were on the minds of producers everywhere during the height of the genre’s productive years. That includes low budget king Sam Katzman and one of Hollywood’s best salesman/directors, William […]

The Big Cube (1969)

More like the bizarre cube. Lana Turner enters the realm of Joan Crawford and William Castle films with this psychedelic trip taking her into hallucinations and attempts to drive her […]

The Americano (1955)

Most movies I seem to pick up get lost in the ever growing pile on the shelf. But give me a Glenn Ford western I haven’t seen since I was […]

Serpent of the Nile (1953)

A decade before Burton and Taylor almost sank a movie studio, exploitation kings Sam Katzman and William Castle put Raymond Burr and Rhonda Fleming into the roles of Marc Antony […]

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