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The Intruder: In this mixture of mystery, adventure and murder, the S.S. Intruder has an unexpected passenger: death! When a guest winds up murdered and the ship is wrecked before the culprit can be found, the captain and passenger Monte Blue find themselves confronting a killer gorilla, a wild man roaming the jungle, and a cave of skeletons in this wild chiller-thriller.
Tangled Destinies: A plane bound for Los Angeles is forced to land in the desert during the night due to heavy fog. The passengers and crew take shelter in an old deserted farmhouse, but soon the lights go out and murder strikes! With a fortune in diamonds at stake, it's only a matter of time before the grim reaper claims another.
Dead Men Walk: In one of the rare instances of a poverty row company coming up with a vampire story, George Zucco plays both sides of the coin as the Clayton brothers: Lloyd, a well-respected New England doctor, and his twin Elwyn, an evil occultist who rises from the dead as a bloodsucker! With the help of his hunchbacked servant Zolarr, Elwyn begins a new campaign of evil that causes the townspeople to suspect that their beloved doctor may not be quite as kindly as they believe.
goes with the man who turned to stone and the thing that wouldn't die be warned the first two are very scary indeed! especially the thing that wouldn't die!Published 4 months ago by brandon d baur
I enjoyed all four of these movies. Some might say a bit dated, but formyself I love old movies, whether they are considered top shelf or B Grade, I love them all.Published 8 months ago by Jacquelene Murphy
If you like old movies of the who done it,mystery variety,these fill the bill.Vera Reynolds and Sidney Bracey appear in two of them.Published 21 months ago by larry tyson
Fans of the old time tinglers needn't bother with this one. The two stars are for the dual role played by George Zucco in Dead Men Walk. Read morePublished on January 18, 2012 by jazzmarty