Thursday, October 23, 2008

Thursday's Thirteen: The worst horror movies of all time



  1. BELA LUGOSI MEETS A BROOKLYN GORILLA (1952/Realart/Jack Broder Prod.) 75mins. BW. US.Aka: THE BOYS FROM BROOKLYN; THE MONSTER MEETS THE GORILLA (UK).Credits: Dir: William Beaudine; Prod: Maurice Duke; A.Prod: Herman Cohen; Sc: Tim Ryan; Ph: Charles Van Enger; Ed: Phil Cahn; Art: James Sullivan; Mus: Richard Hazard.Cast: Bela Lugosi,

  2. Robot Monster (1953), Directed by Phil Tucker.

  3. THE BEAST WITH A MILLION EYES (1955/American Releasing Corp./San Matteo) 78mins. BW. US

  4. THE BEAST OF HOLLOW MOUNTAIN (1956/Nassour/Peliculas Rodriguez-SA./UA.) 80mins. US./Mexico.Aka: LA BESTIA DE LA MONTANA.Credits: Dir: Edward Nassour & Ismael Rodriguez; Prod: Edward & William Nassour; Sc: Ismael Rodriguez, Robert Hill & Carlos Orellana; Ph: Jorge Stahl Jnr.; Ed: Holbrook Todd & Maury Wright; Art: Jack DeWitt; Sfx: Jack Rabin & Louis DeWitt; Mus: Raul Lavista. From an idea by Willis O'Brien.

  5. THE BAT (1959/Liberty/Allied Artists) 78mins. BW. US.Credits: Dir. & Sc: Crane Wilbur; Prod: C.J. Tevlin; Ph: Joseph Biroc; Ed: William Austin; Art: David Milton; Mus: Louis Forbes. Based on the play by Mary Roberts Rinehart & Avery Hopwood.Cast: Vincent Price,

  6. Plan 9 from Outer Space is a 1959 science fiction/horror film written, produced, and directed by Edward D. Wood, Jr.. The film stars Gregory Walcott, Mona McKinnon, Tor Johnson and Maila "Vampira" Nurmi. The film also claims to posthumously star Bela Lugosi through use of archive footage and a brief scene of the actor shot by Wood just before Lugosi's death in 1956, although Lugosi's character is primarily portrayed by chiropractor Tom Mason.

  7. THE BEAST OF YUCCA FLATS (1961/Cardoza-Francis Film Prod./Crown) 60mins.Aka: THE ATOMIC MONSTER-THE BEAST OF YUCCA FLATS.Credits: Dir., Sc. & Ed: Coleman Francis; Prod: Anthony Cardoza

  8. Orgy of the Dead (1965) Directed by Stephen Aspotolof, written by Ed Wood.

  9. THE BEAST THAT KILLED WOMEN (1965/Mahon)Credits: Prod: Barry Mahon.A giant gorilla runs amok in a nudist camp.Not even mildly funny.

  10. 5. Manos, the Hands of Fate (1966) Directed by: Hal Warren.

  11. BEWARE! THE BLOB (1972/Jack H. Harris) 88mins. Shooting title: SON OF BLOB. Sequel to: THE BLOB.Credits: Dir: Larry Hagman; Prod: Anthony Harris.

  12. BILLY THE KID VERSUS DRACULA (1966/Circle) 84mins. (73mins. UK.) US. Credits: Dir: William Beaudine; Prod: Carroll Case; A.Prod: Howard Koch Jnr.; Sc: Carl K. Hittleman; Ph: Lothrop Worth; Ed: Roy Livingston; Art: Paul Sylos; Mus: Raoul Kraushaar.Cast: John Carradine

  13. BATMAN FIGHTS DRACULA (1967/Lea/Fidelis) Philippines.Credits: Dir: Leody M. Diaz.Cast: Jing Abalos, Dante Rivero Vivian Lorrain, Ramon d'Salva.Batman, (Abalos), fights Dracula, (Rivero).

2 comments:

Tempest Knight said...

OMG! Just by reading those titles you can tell they're bad, bad horror movies. But you know what? They're so bad, they're fun to watch. Friday night, popcorn, and one of those movies. Yayy!

Janice said...

Hi Tempest,

Yeah, pass the pop corn.

I just watched Jesse James meets Frankenstein's daughter. It hadn't made into my top thirteen worst horror flicks, but it was close.

Janice~