Boris Karloff

Frankenstein 1970: World War II Gothic Horror [Review]

Frankenstein 1970: World War II Gothic Horror Frankenstein 1970 is a film I’ve heard a lot about, but never saw until recently. Shot as one of the Allied Artists double features for the Drive-in...

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BORIS KARLOFF COLLECTION 1

BORIS KARLOFF COLLECTION

BORIS KARLOFF COLLECTION REVIEWED The Boris Karloff Collection brings together four movies that most Karloff fans haven’t seen. It came from near the end of his life, when he was taking anything...

OLD DARK HOUSE, THE 5

OLD DARK HOUSE, THE

THE OLD DARK HOUSE REVIEWED “The Old Dark House” exists now because cult director Curtis Harrington harassed Universal into saving the film. But, what was saved with this slightly over an ...

SCANDAL IN PARIS, A / LURED 7

SCANDAL IN PARIS, A / LURED

A SCANDAL IN PARIS / LURED REVIEWED “A Scandal in Paris” is Sirk’s attempt to create a biopic about Francois-Eugene Vidocq. This film is odd. For a movie created right after World Wa...

DIE MONSTER DIE

FROM THE BACK OF THE BOX: A young man visits his fiancé’s estate to discover that her wheelchair-bound scientist father has discovered a meteorite that emits mutating radiation rays that have tu...

PORFLE’S OBSCURE MOVIE FACTS!

Ah, Hollywood…that most mysterious of places.  Its dark secrets are legendary, its mysteries deep and often disturbing.  Even its fruitily fraudulent and fictitious fables of fantastic fickle fa...

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