Tag Archives: 1960s

The Snake Woman (1961)

“Life is such a miraculous, delicate thing. What if this poison were to upset the balance? – and instead of a normal, healthy child, ours were to be born a—a—“   [Also known as: Terror Of The Snake Woman] Director:  … Continue reading

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Kwaidan (1964)

“I want to talk of the past and the present and the future with you…”   [Also known as: Kaidan] Director:  Kobayashi Masaki Starring:  Mikuni Rentarō, Aratama Michiyo, Watanabe Misako, Nakadai Tatsuya, Kishi Keiko, Mochizuki Yûko, Nakamura Katsuo, Tanba Tetsurō, … Continue reading

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The Green Slime (1968)

“These creatures could be developing in any part of the station where a drop of this substance can reach any kind of energy!”   Director:  Fukasaku Kinji Starring:  Robert Horton, Richard Jaeckel, Luciana Paluzzi, Bud Widom, Ted Gunther, Robert Dunham, … Continue reading

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Project X (1968)

“We were waiting for you, Hagan. You’re a living, breathing bomb of death—set to go off in fourteen days…”   Director:  William Castle Starring:  Henry Jones, Christopher George, Harold Gould, Phillip Pine, Monte Markham, Lee Delano, Ivan Bonar, Robert Cleaves, … Continue reading

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War Of The Insects (1968)

“Insect behaviour has been abnormal all over the world. The damage they’re causing is spreading. Planes everywhere are flying into swarms and crashing. Genocide. The annihilation of mankind…”   [Original title: Konchû Daisensô (Insect War)] [aka Genocide] Director: Nihonmatsu Kazui Starring: Sonoi … Continue reading

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Night Of The Bloody Apes (1972)

“The heart of a gorilla is much too potent for any human, and the volume of blood to the cerebrum, which couldn’t control this great pressure, damaged the superior parts. And when this happens, man becomes—an animal, completely without control.” … Continue reading

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