Konga – UK | USA, 1961 – reviews

Konga will be released on Blu-ray and DVD, newly remastered in 2K, by Kino Lorber Studio Classics on December 3rd 2019. Special features: Radio spot Theatrical trailer Promotional and stills gallery …

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The Couch – USA, 1961 – reviews

‘An irresistible impulse to kill – an unbearable compulsion to confess’ The Couch is a 1961 [released 1962] American psychological thriller feature film directed by Owen Crump from a screenplay by Robert Bloch and a …

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Mr. Sardonicus – USA, 1961 – reviews

Mr. Sardonicus is a 1961 American horror film produced, directed and introduced by William Castle (Homicidal; House on Haunted Hill; 13 Ghosts; et al). The screenplay was by Ray Russell (Incubus; The …

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The Brainiac – Mexico, 1961 – reviews

The Brainiac – original title: El barón del terror (translation: “The Baron of Terror”) – is a 1961 [released 1962] Mexican horror film directed by Chano Urueta (The Witch; The Living Head; Blue Demon vs. the Satanic …

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What a Carve Up – UK, 1961 – reviews

What a Carve Up is a 1961 British comedy horror film produced by Robert S. Baker and Monty Berman (Blood of the Vampire, Jack the Ripper, The Flesh and the Fiends) and directed by Pat Jackson from a …

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Homicidal – USA, 1961 – reviews

Homicidal is a 1961 American horror-thriller feature film produced and directed by the self-proclaimed “King of Showmanship”, William Castle. Written by Robb White, the film stars Glenn Corbett, Patricia Breslin, …

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The Phantom Planet – USA, 1961 – reviews

The Phantom Planet is a 1961 science fiction film directed by William Marshall and starring Dean Fredericks, Coleen Gray (The Leech Woman; The Vampire), Tony Dexter, Francis X. Bushman, Dolores Faith and includes an early role …

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Reptilicus – Denmark | USA, 1961 – reviews

Reptilicus, a 1961 giant monster film about a prehistoric reptile, is a Danish-American co-production, produced by American International Pictures and Saga Studios, and is—upon close examination—two distinctly different films helmed by two different directors. …

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