What happens when a mad scientist wants to turn everyone in America into a “zombie”? Why of course she tests it out on some unsuspecting teens.  I know that’s where I’d start. Wikipedia lists some of the major problems with this “film”: The movie was criticized for its use of stock footage from feature films […]

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White Zombie was made in 1932, and is indeed the film that Rob Zombie got the name for his 1980’s/1990’s band from. It stars Bela Lugosi which makes it an instant horror classic, so make sure to check out this film!

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Based on the classic novel by Victor Hugo published in 1831, this 1923 film was the second movie adaptation of the Hunchback of Notre Dame. Once again it is another testament to why Lon Chaney is considered one of the greatest silent film actors, as we also showed you in The Phantom of the Opera. […]

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This 1925 film adaptation of The Phantom Of The Opera was the first of many to tackle the original story by Gaston Leroux that was originally published in 1909. While it has become most famous for the Andrew Lloyd Weber musical version, this silent film version starred the gamous horror actor, Lon Chaney. The face […]

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This 1920 version of the story was actually the fourth film adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s novella, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. It is most notable for starring the famous John Barrymore. One of the major departures from the original story is the inclusion of the character of Millicent Carew who […]

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Okay, so not all questionable horror movies come from the 1950’s and 1960’s. This sequel to the original The Blob was released in 1972, and is the only feature film directed by Larry Hagman, better known as J.R. on Dallas and from I Dream of Jeanie. Yes, it probably isn’t going to make you want […]

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Directed by the infamous Roger Corman, you immediately know this film will be … well … quality. Creature From The Haunted Sea has been listed both as a horror film and as a comedy, so it’s your call. Here is the description of the plot from Wikipedia: After smuggling a strong box of the Cuban […]

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The 1950’s were such an odd time for monster/horror movies. It seemed all you had to do was make something “giant”, and that immediately made it that much more scary. I think it had to do with all of the atomic testing and the idea it would mutate things. Attack of the Giant Leeches from […]

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The 1950’s and 1960’s were filled with low-grade horror films being churned out, and that is definitely the category Horrors of Spider Island falls into.  It’s bad in that way of you can’t take your eyes off of it.  You wonder how no one realized this was bad while it was being made, or they […]

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Based on the novel I Am Legend by Richard Matheson, this 1964 film starring Vincent Price is the first of three film adaptations of the same novel. It was later adapted as The Omega Man starring Charlton Heston, and again as I Am Legend starring Will Smith. While no one has ever been truly happy […]

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