The Terror, from 1963, is an American “horror” film produced and directed by Roger Corman. It stars an old Boris Karloff, a young Jack Nicholson and two unknowns, Sandra Knight, Dick Miller. This stinker is famous for being filmed in less than a week on leftover film
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The Ghoul, released in 1933 is a British horror film starring the legendary Boris Karloff. It also fetures the lesser known yet talented co-stars Cedric Hardwicke, Ernest Thesiger and Ralph Richardson, whose debuted in films with The Ghoul. The plot revolves around a Professor, played by Karloff,
Curse of the Crimson Altar is a 1968 British horror film directed by Vernon Sewell and starring Christopher Lee, Boris Karloff, Barbara Steele and Mark Eden. The film was produced by Lewis M. Heyward for Tigon British Film Productions. The film was released as The Crimson Cult
A mondo film is an exploitation documentary film, sometimes resembling a pseudo-documentary, usually depicting sensational topics, scenes, and situations. Common traits of mondo films include emphasis on taboo subjects such as death and sex, portrayals of foreign cultures that have received accusations of racism and staged sequences
Isle of the Snake People is a 1971 film directed by Juan Ibáñez and starring Boris Karloff and Julissa. The film was produced by Ibanez for Azteca Films. The film was released as La muerte viviente in the United States as a Spanish language film. It was
Doomed to Die is a 1940 horror-mystery film directed by William Nigh and starring Boris Karloff.