Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein will be coming on Svengoolie this Saturday night on Me-TV.
Spooky 1976 CBS Late Movie promo. New. Museum of Classic Chicago Television.
Directed by Monte Hellman.
I said, “I want something from New World Pictures.” May be the craziest of the bunch and that’s saying something. The great Cirio Santiago.
This week the Svengoolie movie will be Cry of the Werewolf. Count Floyd says this is a scary one, kids. Ow-Ooo!
Directed by Guillermo del Toro. Butchered by the Weinsteins. There is a director cut. Titles are one of the most blatant ripoffs of Seven. In fact the background voices say the word “seven” twice during the Seven ripoff title sequence. I knew I had seen at least part of it on cable because I remembered the two kids…
Johnny Mnemonic, Event Horizon, Total Recall, Fortress, Demolition Man. What I’ve watched so far in the last week. Looking for more. The Rocketeer Blu-ray I’ve seen three times from the library.
Directed by Don Siegel.
Ghost Stories (2017). Starring Martin Freeman. Just finished and overall pretty good. Plays out like a supernatural Black Mirror episode.
Directed by Stuart Gordon. I rented this on VHS. Playing now.
The Svengoolie movie this week will be The Return of the Vampire. Bela Lugosi returns to the undead.
Sherlock Holmes in a mental hospital. You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll laugh again. You’ll eat something. Hershey’s Kisses. George C. Scott. Joanne Woodward as Dr. Watson. Incredible character actor cast and great 70s New York street scenes. Recommended.
Train movies. Remake with Gene Hackman, Anne Archer was playing on OTA TV for a while. Directed by Peter Hyams. I was watching some of the original Richard Fleischer noir last night. Cinematography by George Diskant.
Tonight on this-TV. Directed by Stuart Rosenberg. Good book. Mickey Rourke, Eric Roberts.
With Rumble Rama. Directed by Joe Dante.
Hammer and Shaw Bros. production of Dracula kung-fu movie. Peter Cushing. Directed by Roy Ward Baker. Watching now for the first time.
Jack. Back. James Spader Jack the Ripper movie I saw on cable many years ago. Directed by Rowdy Herrington. Cynthia Gibb, Robert Picardo, Chris Mulkey. Came across it on Youtube.
Directed by Sidney Lumet.
Ultimate movie collection to complement the ultimate TV titles.