Next Week: 2020-07-05

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


The Mugger (1958)
overview: A man visits a school to enroll his son, but then he pulls out a gun and robs the school from their money. The movie follows the man and is shot with an unsteady handycam.


Damaged Lives (1933)
overview: An extramarital affair leads to a young couple contracting venereal disease.


Teenage Monster (1958)
overview: In a little Western town, a boy is subjected to rays from a meteor. As a result, he grows into a teenaged, hairy, psychopathic killer. His mother hides him in her basement.


The Blood on Satans Claw (1971)
overview: The accidental unearthing of Satan’s earthly remains causes the children of a 17th-century English village to slowly convert into a coven of devil worshipers.


The Phantom Planet (1961)
overview: After an invisible asteroid draws an astronaut and his ship to its surface, he is miniaturized by the phantom planet’s exotic atmosphere.


Blood Massacre (1991)
overview: The St. Valentine’s Day massacre is the stuff of American legend, and the tale is familiar to nearly everyone. But the story of that bloody day in Chicago has never been told, or seen, like this before. Cutting-edge graphics and frenetic recreations accompany Johnny Fratto, son of onetime Al Capone-associate Louis “Lew” Fratto, back to Chicago, where he uncovers massacre myths and learns more about the life his father and uncles led when they roamed those lawless streets in the 1920s. Johnny gets guidance and opinions from a team of renowned Chicago gangster experts, and bridges the gap between the stories he heard as a little boy and the reality he lived growing up in a mob family. Johnny’s take about what happened on Feb. 14, 1929 will surprise you.


Vampire Resurrection (2001)
overview: A tourist group is forced by an accident to stay at a deserted village. The travelers discover a big diamond and steal it. Unfortunately, the diamond is cursed and enables a monster to gain incredible power. He forces five vampire kids to bring him blood from the travelers in order to rejuvenate. The kids are unable to complete the task and are caught by the humans. The monster is furious and prepares to kill the little vampires and the travelers…


Manfish (1956)
overview: Three deep sea divers get involved in murder while searching for a lost treasure.


Octaman (1971)
overview: Deep in the Mexican jungle, a legendary creature lurks in a radioactive swamp. Is it a man? Is it an octopus? No, it’s OCTAMAN! Okay, it’s a man in an octopus suit, but he’s really angry and decides to go on a light killing spree.


Hercules and the Princess of Troy (1965)
overview: Hercules (Gordon Scott) sets out to save the city of Troy from a horrible sea monster. Meanwhile, the city is threatened by a different kind of monster–a smarmy politician who will stop at nothing to seize the throne.


House by the Cemetery (1981)
overview: A young family moves from their cramped New York City apartment to a spacious new home in New England. But his is no ordinary house in the country: the previous owner was the deranged Dr. Freudstein, whose monstrous human experiments have left a legacy of bloody mayhem. Now, someone – or something – is alive in the basement, and home sweet home is about to become a horrific hell on earth.


Queen Kong (1976)
overview: As a group of intrepid explorers descend upon King Island in search of elusive female heroine Tarzeena, an evil scientist schemes to use his revolutionary radio brain control devise to transform her into the ultimate love slave. With her loyal gorilla Tabonga by her side, Tarzeena stands as the undisputed queen of King Island. But the malevolent Dr. Mortimer is eager to have this island queen all to himself, and he’s willing to resort to some hi-tech tomfoolery in order to make that happen. Of course all’s fair in love and brain surgery, and as Dr. Mortimer attempts to capture Tarzeena so that he can insert the device in her head, a group of bold adventurers arrive on the island to find out once and for all whether this feral female heroine truly exists.



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