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Sisters. A journalist with the help of a private detective investigates Siamese twins following her witnessing one of them commit a murder.
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Phantasm (known here as Never Dead.) Two brothers not to mention a friend take on a sinister, wicked undertaker after stumbling across evidence of what he is doing.
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Vampyr. A wanderer travels to a country manor and finishes up tangling with vampires.
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Nosferatu. Silent version of Dracula under a different name for copyright reasons.
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Tower of Evil (1972). An archeological expedition to a Brit island with an abandoned lighthouse runs into trouble from a crazed slasher.
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The Hills Have Eyes. A family on a travelling holiday encounter a family of mutant cannibals while stranded in the desert.
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Beyond the Door (1975), an Italian-American co-production that manages to copy two movies: The Exorcist and Rosemary's Baby. The opening prologue where the disembodied voice of the devil introduces the movie should indicate that this isn't meant to be a serious movie. But it's a lot of fun to watch, especially if you dig Italian-made clones of popular American movies like me.

Fun fact: One of the recurring lines in this movie, "Who are you?" is also an English translation of BTD's original Italian title, Chi Sei?
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watched The Changeling (1979) with George C. Scott.

aired on IFC yesterday afternoon, love this movie.

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Invasion of the Bodysnatchers 1978. I had never seen this one before and was quite good. Those high pitch squeals are freaky as.
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Shock (1977):
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Toolbox Murders...I didn't know it was supposed to be based on actual events. It was okay. I liked the remake better.
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Carnival of Souls (1962):
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House of Wax. A wax sculptor badly disfigured in a fire starts a wax museum made up of wax figures from human victims, his business partner who was responsible for the fire among them.
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Squirm. Worms terrorise a southern U.S. town after a power line falls to the ground during a storm.
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Night of the Living Dead. Survivors take refuge in a rural farmhouse while a plague of zombies roam the country outside.

"They're coming to get you, Barbara." [Eek!]

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From Beyond the Grave. Customers of an antiques shop meet horrifying fates in this quartet of tales.
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The Tenant. Odd incidents begin to occur when a man moves into a flat whose previous occupant committed suicide by defenestration.
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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Five young unfortunates run across a murderous family of maniacs who have a partiality for human flesh. [Eek!]
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Slithis (1978), a fun late-'70s monster mash with a '50s style monster terrorizing people in Venice, California. The creature looks very good and gets a fair amount of screen time. The cast is all unknowns who never advanced beyond supporting roles and bit parts in other movies.

Despite the PG rating, Slithis has some gory throat rippings, a bit of topless nudity, and the mutilated remains of victims of the beast. Remember, this was before when PG-rated movies could get away with more graphic content. Slithis would easily get an R today, although it would be more of a "soft" R than a "hard" R.

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The Amityville Horror 1979.Newlyweds move into a house where a murder was committed, and experience strange manifestations which drive them away. Stars Margot "Lois Lane" Kidder, Josh Brolin and Rod Steiger. This is seriously frightening, but gets a poor rating on IMDB. I would give it 7/10.
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Salems Lot. David Soul and James Mason star. Stephen King story of vampires in a small town. Scared me as a child but quite tame now. Still worth a look.
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Sssssss. A doctor finds a way to transform a man into a King Cobra.
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Lust For A Vampire (1971). Classic Hammer fayre, with the seemingly ever present Ralph Bates and the usual smattering of nubile lovelies, none of whom appear capable of understanding the instruction "don't go into the spooky castle on the hill"...
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You know, Paul, a lot of folks really hate "Lust for a Vampire" with its fairly weak script, bad pop song "Strange Love" on the soundtrack, and the non-acting of Yutte Stensgaard, but I kind of like it. Of the films in the Carmilla/Karnstein triology, "The Vampire Lovers" is a masterpiece, "Lust for a Vampire" (on US TV as "To Love a Vampire," apparently a less provocative title) is pretty underrated, and "Twins of Evil," to me at least, is quite overrated. [Smile] I really like comedian Steve Coogan's BBC series "Dr. Horrible's House of Horrible," where he did a very funny, spot on spoof of the Hammer Carmilla/Karnstein series called "Lesbian Vampires of Lust." It looked just like "Lust for a Vampire"--creepy woods, spooky castle on the hill, vampire babes falling out of their nightgowns...
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i recorded the quartermass expierement on the mgm channel, is this a good one?
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