Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932)
On Saturday Matinee, we showcase full-length films from or about the diesel era.
You didn't think I'd let you off the hook yet? Just because Halloween is behind us, it doesn't mean that all of the ghosts and ghouls go away peacefully.
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In 19th Century Paris, the maniacal Dr. Mirakle abducts young women and injects them with ape blood in an attempt to prove…Continue
Added by Tome Wilson on November 5, 2011 at 3:00pm — No Comments
On Saturday Matinee, we showcase full-length films from or about the diesel era. If you have any favorites you would love to see on the next Saturday Matinee, shoot me a message or comment in the box below.
This week is the classic 1932 Bela Lugosi horror film White Zombie. Bringing voodoo mysticism to the American public, this movie was the first to introduce zombies into Hollywood's horror repertoire. After being shown in the early 1930s, the movie…Continue
Added by Tome Wilson on July 23, 2011 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Welcome to Killer Serials on Dieselpunks.
Killer Serials is our chance to spotlight the pre-television days of cliffhanger entertainment. Whether it's secret agents, pulp heroes, or master magicians, you can guarantee there will be action, suspense, and plenty of cheesy props.
This week, we have the scene chewing star of Dracula, Bela Lugosi in Whispering Shadow, a 12 Chapter Serial made in 1933 by Nat Levine for Mascot Pictures Corporation. It's a take on the popular…Continue
Added by Tome Wilson on April 30, 2011 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Welcome to the Saturday Matinee on Dieselpunks. Every weekend, we showcase a classic movie from the Golden Age of film. This week, we have Wallace Fox's Bowery at Midnight.
Released during the height of film-noir, Bowery at Midnight stars Bella Lugosi as a respected college professor, a humanitarian soup kitchen proprietor and a homicidal crime boss. (And you thought you were busy?) The large cast also features John Archer, Dave O'Brien and cover-girl-gorgeous Wanda McKay,…Continue
Added by Tome Wilson on February 5, 2011 at 3:00pm — No Comments