Monday, August 22, 2016

SCARED TO DEATH / Malone Productions Ltd. - 1980

Here's another movie inspired by ALIEN I'm sure, this time an ex-cop, now working as a hack novelist, is called out of retirement to help investigate a string of deaths that appear to be the work of a serial killer. Soon though, it's revealed to be the work of the Syngenor, a synthesized genetic organism!

The movie has the same name as the 1947 production starring Bela Lugosi, so, don't be confused... ha-ha!

Okay, I messed up on the last post, so, to make up for it, here's a tasteful shot of this gal getting dressed or undressed... I'd love to be walking by her window late at night!

Here's the black cop playing chess with our ex-cop turned hack writer... Checkmate, mofo!!

Here are some essential household amenities for that early eighties crowd.

This dude was wearing a hard hat that said 'Skylab' on it before he got a glimpse of the Syngenor in the sewer! He falls back after putting the manhole cover back on.

This girl is in shock after she witnesses her friend being attacked by the monster!

I'm pretty sure that the old Amberdine Research Facility has something to do with the story!

Well, our heroes go into the sewer and find more than they bargain for! Not only are there a ton of gruesome victims, there's, I guess, a Syngenor egg that they blow the Hell up!

Threw this still in because I like the colors and composition, and, you can read the note!

Anywho, the real cop shoots Syngenor and we watch as it flies backwards and falls on its ass! Ultimately, the thing gets crushed under a giant rock, so, Hurray!! But, the story doesn't end there, much like things... Here at The Dungeon!!

Saturday, August 20, 2016

25 GOOD REASONS TO WATCH OLDE MOVIES Part 05

Welcome to another Saturday Night Special in The Dungeon!
It's getting a little more difficult, but as you're about to see, there's still a lot of talent out there!
Part 05 gets me up to 125, it should be interesting to see if I can make it to 200!
It might take a while, but I think I can!

# 101 - Andree Melly - "The Brides Of Dracula" "The Horror Of It All"

#102 - Ann Margaret - "Murderer's Row" "Tommy"

#103 - Anna Karina - "Alphaville"

#104 - Annabella Incontrera - "Goliath And TheVampires" "The Ambushers" 

#105 - Anne Gwynne - "House Of Frankenstein" "Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome" "Teenage Monster"

#106 - Maura Monti - The third member of the Mexican trilogy of beauty with Lorena Velzaquez and Elizabeth Campbell!

#107 - Anouska Hempel - "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" "Scars Of Dracula"

#108 - Debra Paget - "From Earth To The Moon" "Tales Of Terror"

#109 - Diane Varsi - "Wild In The Streets" "Killers Three"

#110 - Gaia Germani - "Hercules In The Haunted World" "Castle Of The Living Dead"

#111 - Hazel Court - "Devil Girl From Mars" "The Curse Of Frankenstein"

#112 - Jane Fonda - "Barbarella"

#113 - Judy Geeson - "Berserk" "It Happened At Nightmare Inn"

 #114 - Juliet Prowse - "G.I. Blues" "Who Killed Teddy Bear"

#115 - June Cunningham - "Horrors Of The Black Museum"

#116 - June Kenney - "Teenage Doll" "Attack Of The Puppet People" "The Spider"

#117 - June Wilkinson - "Macumba Love" "Frankenstein's Great Aunt Tillie"

#118 - Kim Novak - "Vertigo"


#119 - Lois Collier -  "Weird Woman" "Cobra Woman" "Jungle Woman"

#120 - Mabel Karr - "The Diabolical Dr. Z"

#121 - Madeline Smith - "Taste The Blood Of Dracula" "Theatre Of Blood" "Live And Let Die"


#122 - Nancy Kovack - "Jason And The Argonauts" "The Silencers" "Star Trek"


#123 - Sydne Rome - "Some Girls Do" "Just A Gigolo"

#124 - Veruschka - "Blow-Up" "The Bride"


#125 - Ziva Rodann - "Pharoah's Curse" "Macumba Love"
So there you have it! What would four decades of movies have been without them? Pretty boring, I'd say!

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