I told the other B-Masters my roundtable update was probably going to be late this time, but even I never guessed that it would be this late!  And as fate and closing-down video rental shops would have it, I didn’t even end up reviewing the movie I wanted to do.  Instead, we’ll all have to make do with:

The Blood on Satan’s Claw (1971), in which the kids of the 1690’s give their elders just as much trouble as those of the 1960’s…

The Comedy of Terrors (1963), in which the world’s worst undertakers reveal themselves to be no better at the murder-for-profit business…

Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed (1969), in which he really, really must…

Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell (1974), in which the monster is actually from someplace else altogether…

The Horror at 37,000 Feet (1973), in which William Shatner is once again on the case to deal with supernatural disruptions to routine airline service…

The Magician (1926), which you’d swear was a rip-off of Frankenstein and Svengali, had it not come out five years before those movies…

and…

The Witchmaker (1969), in which the villain really does busy himself making witches!
 
 
 



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