Saturday, July 28, 2007
Friday, July 27, 2007
In March, 1968 the Center Drive-in featured "4 horror hits," but only advertised three of them. THE MUMMY'S SHROUD was a Hammer production from 1967. CHAMBER OF HORRORS (1966) was a pilot for a detective show released to theaters; no DVD release as of yet. THE REPTILE (1966) was also from Hammer.
Thursday, July 26, 2007
Wednesday, July 25, 2007
For a week in May, 1971 the Center Drive-in screened this double-feature. MOONSHINE LOVE was a reissue title for the obscure SOD SISTERS (1969), with Glen Stensil; on VHS and DVD-R from Something Weird. THE WILDEST (1969) is a sexploiter from Sack Amusements that has yet to turn up.
Tuesday, July 24, 2007
Here's a triple-feature at the Turnpike Drive-in, from March, 1968. MOONLIGHTING WIVES (1966) was Joe Sarno's story of a suburban prostitution ring. A NEW KIND OF LOVE (1963) was a romantic comedy with Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward. RUNAWAY GIRL (1962/1966) was a crime drama with Lili St. Cyr and Jock Mahoney; on VHS and DVD-R from Something Weird.
Monday, July 23, 2007
Sunday, July 22, 2007
Here's an enjoyable pair of double-features from May, 1968 at the Tri-City Twin. THE MINI-SKIRT MOB (1968) was a tepid AIP biker flick with Jeremy Slate and Diane McBain. RIOT ON SUNSET STRIP (1967, dig the spelling in the ad) was a well-liked AIP hippie exploitation piece featuring Aldo Ray and Mimsy Farmer; don't think it ever even had an official VHS release, but it's widely available as a bootleg. VALLEY OF THE DOLLS (1967) was the infamous melodrama with Patty Duke and Sharon Tate. OUR MAN FLINT (1966) was the first of the pair of James Coburn spy spoofs.