…It just kind of turned out that way.

The Black Sleep (1956), in which Le Borg is just a little too early to take advantage of the late-50’s resurgence of gothic horror…

Calling Dr. Death (1943), in which Le Borg’s most determinedly noir-ish efforts are simply not enough to overcome one of the dumbest ostensible mystery scripts in creation…

Things to Come (1936), in which H. G. Wells embarrasses progressively inclined admirers everywhere by trumpeting the virtues of Science Fascism…

The 3 Worlds of Gulliver (1960), in which Charles Schneer hires Ray Harryhausen to do Bert I. Gordon’s job…

and…

Trader Horn (1931), in which nearly everything you’ve ever seen go wrong in an old-school jungle movie stubbornly refuses to put in an appearance.



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