Posts by pamelamorris

Dead of Night (1945) Review

Posted by on Dec 7, 2017 in Anthology, Movie Reviews

Dead of Night (1945) Review

Dead of Night (1945) Starring Michael Redgrave, Mervyn Johns, and Googie Withers. Directed by Alberto Cavalcanti Architect Walter Craig (Mervyn Johns) is called in by a prospective client to work on a project in a large home in the English countryside. Upon arrival, he finds himself in a constant state of déjà vu and quickly reveals to the homeowner and visitors that he’s not only been there before, but has met them all numerous times in a dream. So much so that he can...

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The Bat (1959) Review

Posted by on Nov 28, 2017 in Movie Reviews, Thriller

The Bat (1959) Review

The Bat (1959) starring Vincent Price and Agnes Moorehead. Directed by Crane Wilbur Agnes Moorhead (known best by most people as the witchy mother of Samantha Stephens in “Bewitched”) plays Cornelia Van Gorder, a Mystery writer who has rented a supposedly haunting mansion called “The Oaks”.  Some years ago, the home was the scene of several violent and unsolved murders committed by someone dubbed “The Bat”, a man dressed in black, with no face and razor sharp fingernails....

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The Last Woman On Earth (1960) Review

Posted by on Nov 28, 2017 in Movie Reviews, Thriller

The Last Woman On Earth (1960) Review

The Last Woman On Earth (1960) starring Anthony Carbone, Betsy Jones-Moreland, and Robert Towne. Directed by Roger Corman. Evelyn, her husband Harold, and Harold’s lawyer, Martin are vacationing in Puerto Rico. It’s clear from the start Harold is more interested in gambling and trying to make more money, than he is in relaxing and enjoying some quality time away with his wife. The younger, more attractive Martin, on the other hand, is quite interested in Evelyn and she in...

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The Battery (2012) Review

Posted by on Nov 27, 2017 in Movie Reviews, Zombie

The Battery (2012) Review

Baseball players Ben and Mickey find themselves surviving the zombie apocalypse. Ben seems to have adjusted well to this new way of life. Mickey, not so much. Finding a car that runs seems like a godsend and the two friends are soon on the road. It’s just two guys doing the best they can at the very worst of times. Like a shambling zombie, this movie plodded its way along with the occasional sudden lurch to the left or right. I would have preferred a faster pace with more...

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