Shari Belafonte, Mr Ben Murphy (the Ben Murphyist), a homicidal mummy/alien, and the worst Halloween costume party ever.
A dismal, odd film with screendom’s least convincing seance. Stay for the twist ending.
Roger Corman’s take on demonology and time travel, with Halloween decorations used as authentic medieval props
Unlikable family doing unlikable things for John Carradine’s money in the 70’s.
Hilarious Eurotrash version of Frankenstein with added caveman and a dubbed Michael Dunn from the Wild Wild West.
An embarrassed Bela Lugosi and an unembarrassable John Carradine prance around a spooky mansion and play with black magic.
The finale is this quintessential Halloween movie with Vincent Price. Not that it’s good, just quintessential. And never mind those huge plot holes (yeah, open pool of acid in the basement, great housing idea!).