All posts by TE Simmons

I Love You So Much It's Killing Them (2016) Review

It’s a dark comedy concerning the three – or is it four? – favorite loves of the heroine. I Love You So Much It’s Killing Them is a short (15-minute) film directed by Joel Ashton McCarthy (I Am Alfred Hitchcock) and starring Alex Duncan (T...

by TE Simmons | November 20th, 2021 | Categories: , | Tags: , ,

London After Midnight (1927) Review

It’s about a mysterious death and a series of vampire sightings. London After Midnight (also marketed as “The Hypnotist”) was directed by the consistently-excellent American horror director Tod Browning (Dracula, Freaks, The Unknown, West of...

by TE Simmons | November 19th, 2021 | Categories: , | Tags: , , , , ,

Gamera vs. Barugon (1966) Review

It’s about an enormous turtle biped on the rampage – for the second time! Gamera vs. Barugon (occasionally translated as Great Monster Duel and released on U.S. television as War of the Monsters) was directed by Shigeo Tanaka (who also directe...

by TE Simmons | November 19th, 2021 | Categories: , | Tags: , , , ,

House of Usher (1960) Review

It’s about a family curse – and a clueless potential new in-law from Boston. House of Usher (also known as The Fall of the House of Usher and based on the story of that name by Poe with a screenplay by Richard Matheson (The Legend of Hell Hous...

by TE Simmons | November 18th, 2021 | Categories: , | Tags: , , , , ,

Santo in the Wax Museum (1963) Review

It’s about that nimble, beloved silver-suited wrestler, Santo! Santo in the Wax Museum (aka Samson in the Wax Museum) was co-directed by Alfonso Corona Blake (Santo vs. the Vampire Women) and Manuel San Fernando (the Johnny Sokko and His Flying ...

by TE Simmons | November 17th, 2021 | Categories: , | Tags: , , , , ,

The Brain that Wouldn't Die (1962) Review

It’s about a mad doctor with a propensity for careless driving and unethical human experimentation. The Brain that Wouldn’t Die was written and directed by Joseph Green (who would go on to direct The Perils of P.K. twenty-two years later) and ...

by TE Simmons | November 14th, 2021 | Categories: , | Tags: , , ,

The Giant Spider Invasion (1975) Review

It’s about an invasion – of spiders – which start out small and end up tall. The Giant Spider Invasion was directed by Bill Rebane (The Capture of Bigfoot and Monster a Go-Go) and stars Steve Brodie (Frankenstein Island), his son, Kevin Brod...

by TE Simmons | November 13th, 2021 | Categories: , | Tags: , , ,

The Monsters Crash the Pajama Party (1965) Review

It’s about – well, it’s about monsters that crash a pajama party. The Monsters Crash the Pajama Party was directed by David L. Hewitt (Journey to the Center of Time and The Mighty Gorga), who co-scripted the film with Jean Jewitt (who, in tu...

by TE Simmons | November 13th, 2021 | Categories: , | Tags: , , , ,

Till Death (2021) Review

It’s about a grisly wedding anniversary gift which evolves into a deadly game of cat and mouse. Till Death was written by Jason Carvey (A New Wave), directed by S. K. Dale (who previously directed the short film The Coatmaker) with Megan Fox (Je...

by TE Simmons | November 12th, 2021 | Categories: , | Tags: , , , ,

Madhouse (1974) Review

It’s about the horror of horror movie moviemaking.  Madhouse was directed by Jim Clark (who directed Rentadick and Every Home Should Have One) and it stars Vincent Price (from The Abominable Dr. Phibes, the original House of Usher, and the orig...

by TE Simmons | November 01st, 2021 | Categories: , | Tags: , , ,

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