Junket interview with Ben Stiller, who plays Walter in The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.
Set in France, a young officer sees a young woman who mysteriously disappears into the sea. He finds himself in a house where a portrait of the woman hangs and they say she has been dead for twenty years.
In his directorial debut, Peter Bogdanovich weaves two disparate story lines into a terrifying moment of confrontation. In seemingly unrelated events, aging horror film star Orlok (Boris Karloff) announces his retirement, and an apparently average young man (Tim O'Kelly) accumulates an arsenal of rifles and handguns. As the pace quickens, O'Kelly turns into a murderous sniper, showing up at a drive-in theater where Orlok is making his final personal appearance.
Mild-mannered Bobby Thompson collects firearms and thinks murderous thoughts, which translate into action when he becomes a sniper, picking off drivers on the L.A. freeway. Meanwhile Byron Orlok, an aging horror-film star, plans his retirement.
A highly psychotic man hunts down young women to kill them and sell their organs on the black market. Detective Nick Stevens has been chasing this killer for years and has to overcome his personal demons in order to conquer this brutal serial killer.
Boris Karloff heads south of the border to Mexico for House of Evil, where he plays the patriarch of a dysfunctional family killed off one at a time by murderous toys! Karloff works the old pipe organ for all it's worth as the place burns to the ground. Rarely seen in the U.S., this is the only gothic horror Karloff appeared in among his four Mexican "epics."
Elderly horror-film star who, while making a personal appearance at a drive-in theater, confronts a psychotic Vietnam veteran who's turned into a mass-murdering sniper.
(1968) Boris Karloff, Julissa, Directed by Jack Hill. Boris is seen tromping around an old torture dungeon in this, one of his final 'Mexican' horror pix. Not bad. 16mm. K017
On a remote island there is a death cult which has voodoo and workshops an evil priest. When people intervene to clean up the island there are dire consequences but they do find out the identity of the cult's leader.
A cursed painting falls into the hands of a publicity-seeking mystery writer (Natalie Schafer) whose nephew (William Shatner) warns her of its deadly legacy.
Two young men stranded in Louisiana spend a terrifying night in an abandoned mansion. Widely cited as one of the series’ most famous and chilling episodes.
A hack magician (Harry Townes) comes into possession of an all-too-real book of magic spells able to summon demonic powers.
The legacy of sorcerer Count Cagliostro comes to horrific life through a painted-over mirror which falls into the hands of a professor (Lloyd Bochner) and his fiancée (Happy Days’ Marion Ross).
An obsessed concert pianist (Mr. Sardonicus’ Guy Rolfe) plots to perform his deceased rival’s most challenging composition – with the aid of the dead man’s hands. Also starring scream queen Hazel Court.
Nasty relatives try to get rid of a young girl to obtain her inheritance…but her “imaginary” protector has other plans.
A Poe-loving bookworm creatively disposes of his spouse’s unsuspecting lovers but saves his most ingenious plot for his wife.
Following a car accident, a young woman (Pippa Scott) finds herself in a spooky house whose eccentric inhabitants harbor a horrific secret.
The devil convinces a struggling artist to pawn his soul for fame and fortune with a ticket which can only be redeemed with the painting of another person’s soul.
In this adaptation of the classic Robert Bloch short story directed by Hollywood legend Ray Milland, Sir Guy (John Williams) believes that Jack the Ripper has resurfaced seven decades later in modern-day New York City.
Two brothers attempt to pin the murder of an adulterous wife on her lover...with unexpected consequences.
The voodoo curse of Papa Benjamin wreaks havoc on a composer (John Ireland) who uses a mystical melody in his latest performance.
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