Next Week: 2020-03-08

Here’s what’s coming up next week on OtherWorlds Television:


A Thief In The Night (1972)
overview: Final and least well-known installment in the Mark IV series of fundamentalist apocalypse films. About to executed by the forces of the Antichrist, fundamentalist Christian guerrilla David is rescued by Connie, an Antichrist agent pretending to be a double agent for the Believers’ Underground. Connie hopes to trick David into leading her to the dissidents’ hidden base. Meanwhile, Armageddon and the Second Coming draw nigh.


Open House (1987)
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When Good Ghouls Go Bad (2001)
overview: In October of 1981, Curtis Danko, the creepy kid from the small town of Walker Falls, was killed in a mysterious accident. He left behind a warning to the town: “If you ever have another Halloween again, I will return and destroy you all!” Curtis was buried in a locked crypt, along with a sculpture so evil, that unearthly fates were said to await anyone who looked at it. Now, 20 years later, the Walker men have returned to Walker Falls. They start a chain of events that unleashes an army of zombies on the town. Has Curtis Danko risen from the grave to exact his revenge? And will the people of Walker Falls make it through the night?


The Transatlantic Tunnel (1935)
TMDB has no data for this movie! Guess you’ll have to watch it to see what it’s about!


Guru, the Mad Monk (1970)
overview: A deranged 15th Century prison colony chaplain exploits his power to get money for his church including murder and grave robbing committed by his vampire mistress and one-eyed hunchback assistant.


Fiend (1980)
overview: A film that describes the love-hate relationship between Werner Herzog and Klaus Kinski, the deep trust between the director and the actor, and their independently and simultaneously hatched plans to murder one another.


Gamera vs Gyaos (1967)
overview: Seismic activity near Mt. Fuji results in the appearance of a mysterious bat-like creature called Gyaos. Gamera arrives to confront Gyaos and defend a child from the carnivorous Gyaos.


The Satanic Rites of Dracula (1973)
overview: The police and British security forces call in Professor Van Helsing to help them investigate Satanic ritual which has been occurring in a large country house, and which has been attended by a government minister, an eminent scientist and secret service chief. The owner of the house is a mysterious property tycoon who is found to be behind a sinister plot involving a deadly plague. It is in fact Dracula who, sick of his interminable existence, has decided that he must end it all in the only possible way- by destroying every last potential victim.


Ants! (1977)
overview: This one has lots of what Terrytoons are notorious for: cycles! And cycles of the commonest kind: ants harvesting and a baby factory! It also has a voluptuous Queen Ant and a sweetly delivered punchline which may make it worth your trouble. Withheld from television release; presumably because it leaves too many “birds-and-bees” questions unanswered for tiny tots (and their beleaguered parents).


Mesa of Lost Women (1953)
overview: A mad scientist, Dr. Aranya (Jackie Coogan), has created giant spiders in his Mexican lab in Zarpa Mesa to create a race of superwomen by injecting spiders with human pituitary growth hormones. Women develop miraculous regenerative powers, but men mutate into disfigured dwarves. Spiders grow to human size and intelligence.


The Sadistic Baron von Klaus (1962)
overview: Jess Franco returns with another campy gore-fest featuring the strange goings-on in a tiny hamlet called Holfen. When women wind up knifed and gouged in the village, everyone thinks the deaths are due to a curse wielded by a cruel 17th century baron. Von Klaus heir Ludwig is distantly related to the royal, which makes him the target of suspicion. Can he clear his name, or will he wind up giving in to his dark side?


The Scavengers (1969)
overview: Via the Chicago Reader: “After World War II an Italian soldier returns to his hometown near the Alps and, unable to find a job, hooks up with a crotchety hermit who scavenges buried shells and bombs for scrap metal.”



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