Monday, August 3, 2015

Maniacal Movie Poster Monday #223!

Back in the saddle again! My screenwriting assignment is completed - for now, at least. Let's get back to some blog shenanigans!

Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed  (Hammer Studios, 1969)

You can't go wrong with anything Hammer and starring Peter Cushing, though this is a lesser entry in the series, in all honesty. I haven't seen it for years and years - but it's in the video vault and will be getting a new watch one day soon.

The Premonition  (Avco Embassy Pictures, 1976)

Still trying to capitalize on the success of The Exorcist more than a year later, this low budget thriller is worth a watch. I finally saw it on VHS in the last couple of years. It's not jam packed with action, but it's interesting and it has the always cool Richard Lynch.

The Astounding She Monster  (American International Pictures, 1957)

A female alien comes to Earth and bad things happen. Anything AIP from the late 50's is fun - and this is no exception.

Until next post, you Can Poke Me With A Fork, Cause I Am Outta Here!


  1. Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed is one of Hammer's best. Cushing is amazing - a VERY dark, driven and evil Dr. Frankenstein.

    1. He is - and I always enjoy him - but the lack of a traditional "monster" reduces this one in my eyes a wee bit.