Monday, February 9, 2015
Girls of the Underworld (aka Mad Youth, 1940) plus Probation (Chesterfield Motion Picture Company, 1932)
Ah, the cautionary tales of the 30's and 40's - and boy they knew how to sell them on the poster, eh? I haven't seen either - but I would love to - and maybe I have them in some bargain box set in the video vault - who knows?
From Hell It Came (Allied Artists, 1957)
Starlog writer Ed Naha said about this one: "And to hell it can go!" It is an awesomely silly 50's creature feature - but I'm not nearly so willing to dismiss it as was Mr. Naha. An executed South Seas prince comes back as a walking tree monster with a meanie face on the trunk. You know that's cinema gold, right?
I featured the Nabonga monster in an earlier post about silly movie monsters - if you want to check it out please go HERE.
Le Body Shop (???, ???)
I couldn't find out anything about this movie online. I know it exists because I remember it airing on Showtime when I was a pre-teen - so I'm going to say it was a French import - most likely made in the early to mid 70's. I wonder why it's so hard to track down?
Until next post, you Can Poke Me With A Fork, Cause I Am Outta Here!
Posted by Craig Edwards at 9:04 AM