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robomatic 20 Dec 05 - 08:59 PM
Cluin 20 Dec 05 - 03:07 PM
Rabbi-Sol 19 Dec 05 - 10:38 PM
Little Hawk 19 Dec 05 - 10:34 PM
Lonesome EJ 19 Dec 05 - 10:22 PM
Little Hawk 19 Dec 05 - 08:06 PM
SINSULL 19 Dec 05 - 05:39 PM
GUEST,william 19 Dec 05 - 05:18 PM
robomatic 19 Dec 05 - 05:08 PM
Lonesome EJ 19 Dec 05 - 11:44 AM
RangerSteve 19 Dec 05 - 09:56 AM
GUEST,Tunesmith 19 Dec 05 - 08:36 AM
Peter T. 19 Dec 05 - 08:23 AM
GLoux 18 Dec 05 - 02:24 PM
GLoux 18 Dec 05 - 02:21 PM
Peace 18 Dec 05 - 01:42 PM
Little Hawk 18 Dec 05 - 12:13 PM
John on the Sunset Coast 18 Dec 05 - 11:11 AM
Peter Kasin 18 Dec 05 - 03:19 AM
GUEST,Tunesmith 17 Dec 05 - 04:15 PM
SINSULL 17 Dec 05 - 01:24 PM
Lonesome EJ 17 Dec 05 - 11:48 AM
Irish sergeant 17 Dec 05 - 10:05 AM
GUEST,Lighter 17 Dec 05 - 09:44 AM
Cluin 17 Dec 05 - 05:57 AM
Peace 17 Dec 05 - 12:30 AM
GUEST,william 17 Dec 05 - 12:15 AM
Peter Kasin 17 Dec 05 - 12:07 AM
alison 16 Dec 05 - 11:33 PM
GUEST,Guy Wolff on safari 16 Dec 05 - 09:26 PM
Little Hawk 16 Dec 05 - 08:00 PM
Bunnahabhain 16 Dec 05 - 07:30 PM
RangerSteve 16 Dec 05 - 05:58 PM
Little Hawk 16 Dec 05 - 04:09 PM
Big Al Whittle 16 Dec 05 - 04:06 PM
Little Hawk 16 Dec 05 - 04:05 PM
GUEST,Chanteyranger 16 Dec 05 - 03:53 PM
Little Hawk 16 Dec 05 - 10:29 AM
GUEST,Art Thieme 16 Dec 05 - 10:15 AM
Lonesome EJ 15 Dec 05 - 11:49 PM
GUEST,Art Thieme 15 Dec 05 - 08:13 PM
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Chris Green 15 Dec 05 - 11:13 AM
Little Hawk 15 Dec 05 - 11:01 AM
mooman 15 Dec 05 - 09:59 AM
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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: robomatic
Date: 20 Dec 05 - 08:59 PM

Kinda sci-fi horror, but "Donovan's Brain" or anything with a living head on a table under glass had a thrilling feel of horror to it.

And we're getting damn close to the real thing.


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Cluin
Date: 20 Dec 05 - 03:07 PM

What ungodly wickedness were they planning to inflict on them?

The same as we regular guys would've liked to.
The monsters were basically competitors and our competitors never fare too well.


Watched Vincent Price in "The Last Man on Earth" last night. A movie which was later remade into "The Omega Man" with Charlton Heston. Both were pretty cheesy (especially the first one), but there were things I liked about both. But neither one was as good as the original novel "I Am Legend". I guess they're going to remake it again, this time with Will Smith.

I'm not hopeful.


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Rabbi-Sol
Date: 19 Dec 05 - 10:38 PM

"THE THING" The theme song of which made #1 on Your Hit Parade.

                                                SOL ZELLER


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Little Hawk
Date: 19 Dec 05 - 10:34 PM

Good analyis, LEJ. I think you are onto something. ;-)


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Lonesome EJ
Date: 19 Dec 05 - 10:22 PM

As most of us who lived through the 50s know, monsters, zombies, vampires and their ilk were highly attracted to young, buxom, attractive women with torn clothing. Witness the many posters of the era which depicted these bloodthirsty creatures lugging away these helpless beauties. Where were they taking them? What ungodly wickedness were they planning to inflict on them? And didn't it make being a horrible monster somehow desireable for a pimply 12 year old who couldn't get a woman like this to even look at him, much less let him attempt to carry her off in his spindly chigger-bitten arms?

Maybe that's why I collected Monster Magazine with a close-up of The Wolfman on the cover! In those pre-rock star days, wasn't a werewolf about as close to Gene Simmons as you were going to find? In fact, judging by the get-up he later adopted, maybe Gene Simmons had a little Monster Jones of his own going back to those days.


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Little Hawk
Date: 19 Dec 05 - 08:06 PM

I saw the one about the tree, Peter, when I was pretty young. It was an astonishingly bad premise for a film. But, hey, the tree gave its life up to save the girl...just like Kong was trying to do. How noble! What is it about girls anyway? From where do they derive this mysterious power to summon up chivalric impulses in men, monsters, and even plants? Someone ought to write a big book about it and get to the bottom of this mystery.


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: SINSULL
Date: 19 Dec 05 - 05:39 PM

For really creepy, The Servant with Dirk somebody. Benedict? Pure evil natched with obscene weakness equals total depravity.

But of course the worst horror film of all time is "Lobsteroids" featuring our own Captain Kendall Morse as narrator. Ironically, the music crucial to the plot is all loud rock.It ends suitably with a lobster boil on the beach. heh heh


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: GUEST,william
Date: 19 Dec 05 - 05:18 PM

Lonesome EJ; heck yeah. And then Milland goes ape on the crew (his wife included, right) who conspire to actually bury him alive. Molly Malone eh? yeech. Still kind of gives me the creeps.

More of a sci-fi, but does anyone remember "The Incredible Shrinking Man"? This guy goes through some weird fog and then just starts shrinking. Eventually he's about mouse size and the cat chases him to where he falls down the basement stairs. And it's gradual, so he carves out a life for himself down there, having to fight over scaps of food with this spider which looks huge by comparison. And the guy just keeps shrinking ... w


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: robomatic
Date: 19 Dec 05 - 05:08 PM

The Goons did a great spoof of Quatermass and the Pit called: "Quatermass O.B.E."
Guard: "I tried to stop'm but 'e got through by puttin' money in me 'and."
Seagoon:"What paper do you represent?"
Bluebottle: "BROWN paper!"

Also don't forget that 80's American tabloid classic: "Killer Klownz From Outer Space."


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Lonesome EJ
Date: 19 Dec 05 - 11:44 AM

There was a 50s zombie flick that had a climax where the hero and heroine were trapped in the Zombie Cave, and suddenly the mysterious goo that turns you into a zombie starts dripping down the walls of the cave. It was so obviously soap suds that, even at the age of eight, I couldn't stop laughing. This movie also contained an awful but very catchy Calypso song about zombies. I have always wondered what the name of the movie was. Anybody?


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: RangerSteve
Date: 19 Dec 05 - 09:56 AM

The Man with the X-Ray Eyes. Not particularly scarey, but it sure illustrates the idea of "be careful what you wish for".


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: GUEST,Tunesmith
Date: 19 Dec 05 - 08:36 AM

Hitchcock's "The Birds" was frightening, BUT not as frightening as the real prospect of a bird-flu pandemic!


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Peter T.
Date: 19 Dec 05 - 08:23 AM

My favourite one was the one with the tree that dragged people to their doom. Can't remember the name ("It Came From Beyond" or something), but what was so great about it was that the tree moved really slowly (sort of like the mummy only slower) and so the only way that it could capture people was if they ran into it. So for the whole movie people run around a lot for no reason so that they can bump into the tree. At the end of the movie, the heroine falls into quicksand, and the tree saves her at the sacrifice of its own life -- the last thing you see is its branches waving over the mud.

I am not making this up.

yours,

Peter T.


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: GLoux
Date: 18 Dec 05 - 02:24 PM

Remember Hitchcock's "The Birds"???

-Greg


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: GLoux
Date: 18 Dec 05 - 02:21 PM

Chanteyranger writes:

"The Amazing Colossal Man." Saw this long ago. I think it's exposure to radiation that sends this guy's pituitary gland into deep overdrive, as he grows to about 100 feet high. Anyone remember that?


Thank you!!! I couldn't remember the name of this, but as a kid I saw it with friends in Phoenixville, PA at the Colonial Theatre, which is where they filmed a great scene in The Blob. I seem to recall they were doing some nuclear bomb testing and he was exposed.

-Greg


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Peace
Date: 18 Dec 05 - 01:42 PM

"BTW, someone mentioned "War of the Worlds" as being a black and white movie."

That was me, John. I have been trying to remember--it must have been in colour. Maybe the world has become more black and white as I've aged. Huh. If I knew where my memory went . . . .


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Little Hawk
Date: 18 Dec 05 - 12:13 PM

The best way to do War of the Worlds would be this: put it back in the historical time period that Wells originally wrote it in. THAT would be a good movie. Too bad it was just done again, or Peter Jackson could take it on.


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: John on the Sunset Coast
Date: 18 Dec 05 - 11:11 AM

The French original of "Diabolique". It was filmed in very murky black and white; the ending could literally cause a heart attack.

BTW, someone mentioned "War of the Worlds" as being a black and white movie. The 1950s version with Gene Barry was in color and scary mostly because of how loud it was. I saw that movie at the Orpheum Theater in Los Angeles; it was weird sitting a couple of miles from City Hall watching it be 'destroyed'.


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Peter Kasin
Date: 18 Dec 05 - 03:19 AM

There was one about a giant eye with tentacles that attacked and killed. Why didn't someone just poke it? Or challenge it to a stare-out contest?


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: GUEST,Tunesmith
Date: 17 Dec 05 - 04:15 PM

I don't know about being frightened, but I remember the scene from "The Creature from the Black Lagoon" where the leading lady ( Julia Adams?) was swimming in the lagoon, and her movements were being mirrored by the creature swimming below her. It was the beauty -Julia, who caught my adolescent imagination, and not the beast. I also figured out - early on - that Julia wouldn't come to any real harm.


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: SINSULL
Date: 17 Dec 05 - 01:24 PM

The Haunting was 60s. I finally got a copy on Ebay. Also have two copies of Day of the Triffids.

Does anyone remember a film called "Univited"? Not "The Uninvited" with Ray Millan. This one may have been a Thriller episode. A man is an expert on electricity. He traps his wife and her lover in their home shoeless.with the warning that anything they touch may electrocute them. The lover grabs the phone - ZAP! She disappears.
The story opens with a young couple looking to buy the house. The real estate agent tells them the story and then fades into the walls - she is the wife. Scary stuff. I don't think they bought the house.


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Lonesome EJ
Date: 17 Dec 05 - 11:48 AM

Guest_William

Yes, The Premature Burial was really scary. And the gravedigger's tune was Molly Malone. Remember the elaborate system of flags, bells, whistles, etc that Milland devised to alert people that he was buried alive? And the dream sequence where all the devices failed?
Good stuff.


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Irish sergeant
Date: 17 Dec 05 - 10:05 AM

From the fifties?Has to be INvasion of the Body Snatchers For all time scare the daylights out of you had to be The Haunting The original one not the one with Liam Neeson. You never see the Monster but man that was terrifying. The Wickerman had it's moments but mostly I couldn't sympathise with the cop so it didn't bother me when he got barbecued. The other scary one was Aliens with Sigorney Weaver. Neil


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: GUEST,Lighter
Date: 17 Dec 05 - 09:44 AM

Any of those films - especially in the Mystery Science Theater 3000 versions.

"This Island Earth" (s-f) is really cool because of the "interrossiter" sequence. (Top scientist receives mysterious box with instructions on how to build an "interrossiter." What the heck is that? The include components are odd and futuristic. When
it's built, it puts him in touch with space dudes ! Wow !)


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Cluin
Date: 17 Dec 05 - 05:57 AM

"Forbidden Planet" spooked me out as a kid. Mainly due to that creepy soundtrack.

It was more scary than this one anyway.


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Peace
Date: 17 Dec 05 - 12:30 AM

"Not a particularly entertaining one, but who remembers the one about a severed hand crawling around wreaking havoc?"

That was one of the vignettes from "Dr Terror's House of Horrors".


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: GUEST,william
Date: 17 Dec 05 - 12:15 AM

I sure liked the edgar allen poe ones with vincent price. red Masque of Death got me pretty good (though that may be leaking into the 60's a bit. The one that creeped me out all time though was "Premature Burial" with Ray Milland. Holy shit. I slept on the couch with the radio and a light on for a couple of weeks. And there's this tune in it that some grave digger whistles that gave me flashbacks .. damn it scared me. guess sometimes these hit you at just the right time and they can really freak you out. w


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Peter Kasin
Date: 17 Dec 05 - 12:07 AM

ROTFLMAO, Little Hawk! If those two met, that movie would be a mess.

Chanteyranger


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: alison
Date: 16 Dec 05 - 11:33 PM

The blob.... had a great theme song too... really happy and catchy
"it slips, its slides, it slithers, it crawls.... beware of the blob" or something to that effect....

what was the Vincent Price one where he was a disgraced Shakespearean actor who then murdered his critics in Shakespearean ways? "theatre of Blood" ??

oooh an all those really crappy Hammer Horror Vampire movies..... with the bats on very visible pieces of elastic......

slainte

alison


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: GUEST,Guy Wolff on safari
Date: 16 Dec 05 - 09:26 PM

THe Invation of the Body Snatchers scared me to death !!!


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Little Hawk
Date: 16 Dec 05 - 08:00 PM

The British had a long time developing a culture. The Americans have had about 230 years. It shows.


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Bunnahabhain
Date: 16 Dec 05 - 07:30 PM

Art, yes, that was the US title of Quatermass and the Pit.

All three series of Quatermass were wonderful BBC 50's sci-fi/horror. There was a remake of the first one this year, which was an interesting idea. Doing a 2 hr tv drama entirely live is simply unheard of nowadays.


And they lead directly to Doctor Who....


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: RangerSteve
Date: 16 Dec 05 - 05:58 PM

As a kid, all of the Roger Corman films loosely based on E.A. Poe seemed really spooky. The House of Usher is one that still holds up pretty well after all these years.


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Little Hawk
Date: 16 Dec 05 - 04:09 PM

Then too, what if the severed hand and the severed penis had met? Kind of like Frankenstein and the Wolfman...


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Big Al Whittle
Date: 16 Dec 05 - 04:06 PM

The stranglers of Bombay - I liked that, does anybody else even remember it.


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Little Hawk
Date: 16 Dec 05 - 04:05 PM

Imagine what a severed penis could have done!

Of course, it would not have got past the censcor board.


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: GUEST,Chanteyranger
Date: 16 Dec 05 - 03:53 PM

"The Amazing Colossal Man." Saw this long ago. I think it's exposure to radiation that sends this guy's pituitary gland into deep overdrive, as he grows to about 100 feet high. Anyone remember that?

The already mentioned "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" and "Invaders From Mars." Pure classics.

"Attack of the 50-Foot Woman." Pure 50's fun.

Not a particularly entertaining one, but who remembers the one about a severed hand crawling around wreaking havoc?

After school, I'd get home in time to see "Chillers From Science Fiction," a bay area TV station's afternoon show featuring mostly 50's sci-fi and horror flicks. Many kids of my age wouldn't have been exposed to these films as they were long out of the theatres, had it not been for the afternoon TV showings.

Chanteyranger


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Little Hawk
Date: 16 Dec 05 - 10:29 AM

Yes, that was a very spooky film. Great stuff. When the British do sci-fi, they usually do it well.


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: GUEST,Art Thieme
Date: 16 Dec 05 - 10:15 AM

"Five Millon Years To Earth" might have been the U.S.A. release title of what was a Quatermass film in the U.K. It was a chilling film. A space ship of sorts is found deep in the London subway system. It has been their a L-O-N-G T-I-M-E ! And it sort of has a alife of it's own...

Art Thieme


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Lonesome EJ
Date: 15 Dec 05 - 11:49 PM

It was a scene from The Mummy that really got me.

The Mummy is avenging itself on all of those who have entered its tomb. One guy, a little professor or something, is being stalked by the Mummy. He sees him standing outside his kitchen window, etc, and everybody decides the little professor is nuts. We know different, though.
Anyway, they lock the little guy away in a cell with one window covered by bars and a screen. "No one can hear you in here," says the white-coated attendant as he locks the door. "If you need anything, ring the buzzer," and he points to a huge doorbell-like buzzer on the wall. The little guy is actually relieved to be locked in this cell, safe from the clutches of the Mummy. He eases back in his chair...but what do we see in the shadows across the lawn of the asylum? What in God's name is stumbling out of the trees, lurching toward the window? You want to yell Behind you, Little Guy! Turn around! And finally, he does. But what does the numbskull do? Does he push the frigging buzzer that's in plain sight? NO! He beats on the door! "Oh, Please someone!!! Help me I beg you!! AAAAGGGHHH!" The little guy is beating on the door with the chair while the Mummy is ripping the screen off, and everybody in the theater is shouting "Just ring the damn BUZZER!!!!" But of course, he doesn't, and the Mummy bends the bars apart, grabs the guy in his supernatural Mummy death-grip and kills him, then clambers out the window.
Learned a very basic lesson at that early age...Pay attention to the instructions!


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: GUEST,Art Thieme
Date: 15 Dec 05 - 08:13 PM

This was, I believe, from the '50s---although I didn't see it until the '60s----in a theater in Toledo, Oregon that ran older flicks.

"Five Million Years To Earth"

Art Thieme


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: maire-aine
Date: 15 Dec 05 - 07:54 PM

I'm with Bee-dubya-ell about The Day the Earth Stood Still.

M.


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Chris Green
Date: 15 Dec 05 - 11:13 AM

"Cack" - shite, not good (but in a quite funny sort of way!)


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Little Hawk
Date: 15 Dec 05 - 11:01 AM

Quatermass was pretty cool. The British films never got as much distribution in North America, but they tended to be a bit more serious and convincing in tone, I think. "Gorgo" was one of the better "big lizard" movies, for instance. British monsters naturally must always gravitate toward London, taking special care to go after London Bridge, Big Ben, Picadilly Square, and such prime locations. Your average monster is just another type of tourist, it seems, stopping in at all the obligatory sites. No British movie monster has ever assaulted the city of Hull. It's clearly not worth bothering about. ;-)


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: mooman
Date: 15 Dec 05 - 09:59 AM

No takers for the Dr Quatermass films?

Peace

moo


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Dave Hanson
Date: 15 Dec 05 - 09:54 AM

When I was a kid, Abbot and Costello Meet the Zombie, it's still the only film that ever frightened me.

In modern films, ' Ed Gean ' cos it really happened.

eric


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Peace
Date: 14 Dec 05 - 11:17 PM

Oh, yeah. Another came to mind. "The Tingler". As Martin said, not much by today's standards, but THEN--man oh man.


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From: Bobert
Date: 14 Dec 05 - 11:16 PM

Teranchila...


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: Once Famous
Date: 14 Dec 05 - 11:01 PM

6, On the Beach scared me, also. The cold war did have it's moments of fright.

Little Hawk, the original Invaders From Mars, was a classic, very effective on a low budget told through the eyes of a boy. If you find it in a video store, it is worth watching. Cheesy by today's standards, but a well played out story.


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Subject: RE: BS: Favorite 50's horror film...
From: bobad
Date: 14 Dec 05 - 10:23 PM

Sleeping Beauty scared the crap out of me.


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