Tag Archives: John Carradine

1977 EXPLOITATION TRIPLE FEATURE, PART ONE: SHOCK WAVES & SATAN’S CHEERLEADERS

Star Wars, Annie Hall, and Elvis becoming a corpse were the entertainment events of 1977; but exploitation/horror cinema hardly noticed, driving ahead full-throttle with Third Reich obsessions in this banner year for Nazisploitation. Naturally, queen Dyanne Thorne was still cracking the whip. Unfortunately, Ilsa the Wicked … Continue reading

Posted in Film Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

VINCENT PRICE ON BLU-RAY

The first Vincent Price Blue-ray collection has already gone out of print and now requires sacrificing a mortgage payment to purchase a used copy. So, if the second collection is a must buy to you, snatch it up quick in time for … Continue reading

Posted in Film Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

THE SHOOTIST (1976)

Marlon Brando is not the quintessential American male movie star. That honor belongs to John Wayne. John Wayne was a shrewd actor who carefully manufactured his on screen persona. For many, Wayne represents the All-American WASP, yet he was of … Continue reading

Posted in Film Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

EDGAR G. ULMER’S BLUEBEARD

Edgar G. Ulmer began his career at Max Reinhardt’s theater, became an apprentice to F.W. Murnau on the director’s masterpiece Sunrise (1927), and received a commission to direct Universal’s two new horror icons, Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi in their first co-starring film. With … Continue reading

Posted in Film Reviews | Tagged , , | Leave a comment