|The Evil of Frankenstein 1964 TV, 84 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Horror / Thriller
Director: Freddie Francis
Cast: Peter Cushing, Peter Woodthorpe, Sandor Eles, Kiwi Kingston, Duncan Lamont, James Maxwell, Katy Wild, David Hutcheson, Howard Goomey, Anthony Blackshaw, David Conville, Caron Gardner, Steven Geray, Alister Williamson
After his monster (Kiwi Kingston) is found frozen in a glacier, Dr. Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) brings it home and enlists the aid of a hypnotist (Peter Woodthorpe) to bring it back to life. Another in the Hammer Studio's films, which is a sequel to "Revenge of Frankenstein" and is followed by "Frankenstein Created Woman."
|The Oblong Box 1969 PG, 91 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Gordon Hessler
Cast: Vincent Price, Christopher Lee, Alister Williamson, Hilary Heath, Peter Arne, Maxwell Shaw, Sally Geeson, Harry Baird, Carl Rigg, Michael Balfour, Rupert Davies, Uta Levka, Godfrey James, John Barrie, Ivor Dean
A voodoo curse has caused Sir Edward Markham's (Alistar Williamson) face to be terribly disfigured, and his brother Julian (Vincent Price) keeps Edward locked in the attic. As his means of escape, Edward gets help from witch doctor N'Galo (Harry Baird) who gives him medicine to make him appear dead. But, N'Galo has double-crossed him, and Edward is put in a coffin and buried. Grave robbers retrieve him, and his "body" is taken to anatomist Dr. Neuhardt (Christopher Lee) who revives him, and now Edward goes on a killing spree seeking revenge for his betrayal.
|The Return of Mr. Moto 1965 N/R, 71 min.|
Director: Ernest Morris
Cast: Henry Silva, Terence Longdon, Sue Lloyd, Marne Maitland, Martin Wyldeck, Stanley Morgan, Ian Fleming, Richard Evans, Dennis Holmes, Alister Williamson
Mr. Moto returns with Henry Silva in the Peter Lorre role, over 25 years after the old series ended. Unfortunately, it is a poor effort all around as Mr. Moto stops a syndicate, led by an ex-Nazi, from controlling the world's oil supplies.
|1. The Evil of Frankenstein (1964)|
2. The Oblong Box (1969)
3. The Return of Mr. Moto (1965)
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