So in trying for some sort of theme here, I looked to a year ago and saw we were watching Tarantula. The obvious choice would be another giant animal attacks movie, yes? Not only because that fits, but also because it will make Dindrane and...
Tag - When Animals Attack!
As long as you can make it past the obnoxious narration and the laugh track, you’ve got something that will make Dindrane very, very happy. Update: Alas, the video is no more.
There’s really no higher height to which a movie can aspire than to feature the death, mutilation, or death AND mutilation of packs of Yuppies. You know you’re with me on this. So just take a gander at the following movie poster...
Roger Corman. A giant among B movie makers. There’s a reason why he was the FBI director in Silence of the Lambs. (No, seriously, go back and watch it if you don’t believe me.) Here we have a thriller with an axe-killer thrown in...
Trying to think of what to post as we get closer and closer to Halloween, I figured I'd up the ante and give you the Marjoe Gortner-starring 1976 film about animals who wind being ginormous...and wanting to kick some human ass.
Sorry, we're almost with a midnight movie tonight...went to go see Elizabeth 2. I would have much better off staying at home and hanging with some giant ants.
Directed by: Jack Arnold; Written by: Robert M. Fresco & Martin Berkeley; Based on a story by: Jack Arnold & Robert M. Fresco; Starring: John Agar, Mara Corday, Leo G. Carroll, Nestor Paiva, Ross Elliott.
Directed by Jean Yarbrough; Written by: John T. Neville; Based on a story by: George Bricker; Starring: Bela Lugosi, Suzanne Kaaren, John Ellis, Alan Baldwin & Edward Mortimer.
Directed by J. Piquer Simon; Written by J. Piquer Simon, Jose A. Escriva & Ron Gantman; Based on the novel by Shaun Hutson; Starring: Michael Garfield, Kim Terry, Philip MacHale, Alicia Moro, Santiago Ãlvarez.
Directed by: Nathan Juran; Written by: Martin Berkeley; Based on a story by: William Alland; Starring: Craig Stevens, William Hopper, Alix Talton, Donald Randolph, Pat Conway.