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    Quote Originally Posted by jamie123 View Post
    zoltan hound of Dracula is a good one
    Yes I remember watching that in the '80s. Not a bad film at all.
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    watching the night stalker...you tube... via apple tv
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    Is it any good, Grant?

    A little later than usual (as I was out), tonight's crusty creep-show, from the murky depths of YouTube is:



    Settle down and strap yourself in for the ride!

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    it was ok. Not a good picture nd not scary. been a long time since it was made. Some decent actors and script was ok. Music when there was ok. not memorable but watchable
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Bought the DVD recently. I've seen it a couple of times. Some reckon it's Vincent Price's best film, could be right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by montesquieu View Post
    No2. No1 is The Tingler !
    I found that a bit daft!

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    Only last night I watched a documentary about The Tingler - fascinating story



    I just checked out 'Don't Watch Alone' which it seems was only on Scottish Television - a Friday night horror double bill. I remember watching that in my jim jams when I was about 10 years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Is it any good, Grant?

    A little later than usual (as I was out), tonight's crusty creep-show, from the murky depths of YouTube is:

    Well, this was very good and ticked all the right boxes, delivering the dark and eerie vibe I love about these old films from the 1970s - and even Captain Kirk made an appearance!

    Creepy factor: 8

    Tune in at twilight for today's carefully chosen, crusty creep-fest!

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    I'd recommend "The Beast Must Die" - very stylish movie with an excellent take on the whole werewolf genre, IMHO.

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    Hows about the Medusa Touch 1978

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