Mainly early horror this time out–a few fun odds and ends here too. Goodkind (1896-1962) was mainly known as a film editor for nearly thirty years (1933-60), though he did direct three serials, all in 1939, that were repackaged as TV movies in later decades.
Jack Pollexfen (1908-2003) was a journalist-turned film producer who brought us many adventure/sci-fi films in the 1950s and 60s, including The Neanderthal Man which we ran into a few weeks back. Here are some other highlights.
In our last poster collection we ran into Jackie Coogan in Mesa of Lost Women (1953); here are several of his other films. Best known as “Uncle Fester” from the original Addams Family sit-com (1964-66), he was, however, on film from 1919 to 1984, after being discovered by Charlie Chaplin himself when Coogan was just 5 years old.Continue reading “Movie Poster Collection: Jackie Coogan Flicks”
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Today, a little over three hundred drive-in movie theaters remain sprinkled throughout the United States. This means that many Americans are not lucky enough to have a drive-in movie theater close by their home. In the drive-in’s heyday, small production companies would release B-movies tailor-made for the drive-in audience. There…
Here, Mrs. I Love Terrible Movies and I put together a fun little 32-team bracket featuring bad guys/monsters/villains of horror and exploitation films I’ve seen in the past year or so. In case you forgot who’s who, I’ve embedded the film trailers below. Tweet me or comment on this post by a week from today (1Continue reading “Grindhouse Brackets–Top 32”