|The Desperados 1969 N/R, 90 min.|
Director: Henry Levin
Cast: Vince Edwards, Jack Palance, George Maharis, Neville Brand, Sylvia Syms, Christian Roberts, Kate O'Mara, Patrick Holt, Christopher Malcolm, Sheila Burrell, Benjamin Edney, Kenneth Cope, John Clark, John Paul, David Thomson
In the years following the Civil War, Josiah Galt (Jack Palance) and his family of Confederate guerillas turn to lives of violence as they go on a rampage of death and destruction. Josiah's son leaves the group, settles down in Texas, marries Laura (Sylvia Syms), and they have a son Pauly (Benjamin Edney). All goes well until Josiah's gang arrives six years later to attack David's town. A violent confrontation between David and Josiah ensues.
|The Horror of Frankenstein 1970 R, 95 min.|
Genre: Horror / Sci-Fi / Thriller
Director: Jimmy Sangster
Cast: Ralph Bates, Kate O'Mara, Graham James, Veronica Carlson, Dennis Price, David Prowse, George Belbin, Jon Finch, Bernard Archard, James Hayter, Joan Rice, Stephen Turner, Neil Wilson, James Cossins, Glenys O'Brien
After killing his father, Victor Frankenstein (Ralph Bates) inherits the castle–complete with housekeeper Alys (Kate O'Mara) who is also his mistress. Frankenstein is soon busy murdering people to use as body parts for his Monster. Unfortunately, the Monster (David Prowse) didn't get much of a brain in this horror/comedy version of Mary Shelley's tale.
|The Tamarind Seed 1974 PG, 123 min.|
Director: Blake Edwards
Cast: Julie Andrews, Omar Sharif, Anthony Quayle, Dan O'Herlihy, Sylvia Syms, Oskar Homolka, Bryan Marshall, Roger Dann, George Mikell, Kate O'Mara
A widowed, British government worker (Julie Andrews) vacations in Barbados where she becomes involved with a Russian KGB agent (Omar Sharif).
|The Vampire Lovers 1970 R, 91 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller / Mystery
Director: Roy Ward Baker
Cast: Ingrid Pitt, Pippa Steel, Peter Cushing, Madeline Smith, George Cole, Dawn Addams, Kate O'Mara, Douglas Wilmer, Ferdy Mayne, Jon Finch, Kirsten Lindholm, Janet Key, John Forbes-Robertson, Charles Farrell, Harvey Hall
Hammer Films gets into more sex and violence in this first of three films based on Sheridan LeFanu's "Carmilla," the tale of a lesbian vampire. Our vampire heroine (Ingrid Pitt) awakens from her death sleep and, using the name of Marcilla, heads to a European town to exact revenge on those responsible for killing off her family. She starts having lesbian encounters and then drains the blood of her "partner." It's time to bring in the vampire killer! Followed by "Lust for a Vampire" and "Twins of Evil."
|1. The Desperados (1969)|
2. The Horror of Frankenstein (1970)
3. The Tamarind Seed (1974)
4. The Vampire Lovers (1970)
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