The monster suits will be along next time… and I think you’ll be very pleased with them when they arrive.  But for now:

Dead Man’s Eyes (1944), in which Edward Fielding has it brought forcefully to his attention that making someone a bequest of your body-parts is a terrible idea…

The Ghost Train (1941), in which not even screenwriter Val Guest thinks the star comedian is funny…

Old Mother Riley Meets the Vampire (1952), in which Arthur Lucan further underscores the dreadfulness of Arthur Askey by being less unfunny than him despite appearing in the teeth-clenchingly awful swan-song of the world’s worst drag act…

On the Beach (1959), which is actually good if you can get beyond all the goddamned “Waltzing Matilda”…

and…

The Return of Dracula (1958), in which Paul Landers and Pat Fielder do Salem’s Lot twenty years before Stephen King.



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