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Wednesday, February 19, 2014
End Of The World
1977 | Color | 88 Minutes | 1:37:1 | PG | Sci-Fi | Mono | Charles Band Productions
|Faded just like it was at the video store|
John Hayes (Grave of the Vampire, Tales from the Darkside TV)
Frank Ray Perilli (Laser Blaster)
and Jon Van Ness in his first movie role.
When he and his wife (Sue Lyon) decide to investigate the source of the signals, they end up being held captive in a convent that's been infiltrated by aliens. These invaders plan to destroy the world with the natural disasters. As the human, Father Pergad and alien leader Zindar (Christopher Lee) explain - the Earth is a hotbed of disease that cannot be permitted to continue polluting the galaxy.
End of the World is the 4th Movie in the Charles Band Productions. The movie is currently available at Full Moon streaming.
Check back every Wednesday as I show case Charles Band and his amazing catalog that helped start the VHS boom.
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
|Poster out found at Bloody Disgusting|
When the shark's invade New York who will be there to help Ian Ziering and Tera Reid? Well why not more who's who of the washed up actor fame. Let's add Vivica A. Fox, Mark McGrath, Kelly Osbourne, Andy Dick, Judah Friedlander, and Judd Hirsch. Now let me break down the rumors for you:
Vivvica A. Fox will play Fin’s old high school friend, Skye.
Mark McGrath will play Fin’s brother-in-law.
Kelly Osbourne will play the flight attendant.
Andy Dick will play the police officer.
Judah Friedlander is set to play Brian.
Judd Hirsch plays the taxi driver, naturally right!?!
Sharknado 2 is set to go into production next week. No date as to when SyFy will release the furry on us. My guess is mid summer.
Monday, February 17, 2014
Saturday, February 15, 2014
She-Wolf of London
1946 | B&W | 61 Minutes | 1:37:1 | NR | Horror | Mono | Universal Pictures
Director: Jean Yarbrough
Writers: Dwight V. Babcock
Here are some fun facts about She-Wolf of London. Released on May 17, 1946 as part of a double bill with The Cat Creeps (1946). Universal Pictures, unlike most major studios, lacked a proprietary theater chain and often sold it's B-picture horror/mystery pictures as double bills, making weak pictures more attractive and economical for independent theaters to advertise.
.Was shot between December 8 through the 21st. But cast members June Lockhart and Don Porter had to do several retakes that had them working on Christmas Eve when the movie finally warped in 1945.