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Next Week: 2019-09-15

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

Hercules Against the Moon Men (1964)
“Hercules is summoned to oppose the evil Queen Samara, who has allied herself with aliens and is sacrificing her own people in a bid to awaken a moon goddess.”


Teenage Caveman (1958)
“In a post-apocalyptic future mankind is lives in a prehistoric manner. After killing his father for sexually assaulting his girlfriend, the son of a tribal leader runs away with a group of his teenage friends. They are taken in by Neil and Judith who introduce them to the vices outlawed by their tribes namely sex and drugs.Neil and Judith, however, are genetically altered indestructible mutants who have their own plans for the future of the human race.”


Some Girls Do (1969)
“A series of unexplainable accidents befall the people and companies responsible for developing the world’s first supersonic airliner. A British agent is sent to investigate and with the help of another agent uncovers a plot masterminded by Carl Petersen who stands to gain eight million pounds if the aircraft is not ready by a certain date.”


Werewolf Woman (1976)
“A woman has dreams that she is a werewolf so she goes out and finds men. She proceeds to have sex with them and then rip their throats out with her teeth. She eventually falls in love but then she is raped and her lover is murdered so she goes out for revenge.”


Psych-Out (1968)
“Jenny, a deaf runaway who has just arrived in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury district to find her long-lost brother, a mysterious bearded sculptor known around town as The Seeker. She falls in with a psychedelic band, Mumblin’ Jim, whose members include Stoney, Ben, and Elwood. They hide her from the fuzz in their crash pad, a Victorian house crowded with love beads and necking couples. Mumblin’ Jim’s truth-seeking friend Dave considers the band’s pursuit of success \”playing games,\” but he agrees to help Jennie anyway.”


Grotesk (1988)
“After a secret mission to the moon, an American space shuttle lands in Øresund, the strait between Denmark and Sweden.”


Poor White Trash (1957)
“Mike and Lenny are two buddies who dream of getting out of the trailer park. Out of desperation they resort to burglary as a means of financing Mike’s college education. Their dream is jeopardized one summer day when their ploy to shoplift Near Beer begins a crime spree and a series of mishaps during which they are threatened with jail.”


The Devil’s Daughter (1939)
“A young girl whose mother had sold her soul to Satan when she was born is told by Satan that she must marry a fellow demon.”


Twins of Evil (1971)
“While dabbling in Satanism, Count Karstein resurrects Mircalla Karnstein who initiates him into vampirism. As a rash of deaths afflicts the village, Gustav the head of Puritan group leads his men to seek out and destroy the pestilence. One of his twin nieces has become inflicted with the witchcraft but Gustav’s zeal and venom has trapped the innocent Maria, threatening her with a tortuous execution, whilst Frieda remains free to continue her orgy of evil.”


Atlas in the Land of the Cyclops (1961)
“Strongman Maciste must battle the one-eyed Cyclops monster that is ravaging the land of Sadok, while at the same time fending off the advances of the evil Queen Capys, who wants to do a little ravaging of her own.”


Caltiki – The Immortal Monster (1959)
“Academic researchers are chased by a nuclear-hot specimen of ancient Mayan blob.”


Night Fright (1967)
“Nobody believes teenager Charley Brewster when he discovers that his suave new neighbor, Jerry Dandrige, is a vampire. So when the bloodsucker starts stalking Charley, he turns to has-been actor Peter Vincent, famed for portraying a ghoul hunter. Unfortunately for the would-be vampire slayers, Dandrige has set his sights on Charley’s girlfriend.”



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Next Week: 2019-09-08

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

The Oblong Box (1969)
“Aristocrat Julian Markham keeps his disfigured brother, Sir Edward, locked in a tower of his house. Occasionaly Sir Edward escapes and causes havoc around the town.”


Rocket Attack USA (1961)
TMDB has no data for this movie! Guess you’ll have to watch it to see what it’s about!


Doped Youth (1936)
“Shot on location in Australia, this creative film directed and produced by surfers Adam Blakey and Oscar Wright features some of the world’s best wave riders in a fictional story about a group of degenerate surfer-musicians called Doped Youth who go up against formidable opponent Groovy Avalon (Kelly Slater) in a battle of the bands. The film features plenty of surfing footage with Dean Morrison, Ozzy Wright, James Cato and other top surfers. – See more at: http://surfmovies.org/free-surf-movies/165-doped-youth-full-movie-online.html#sthash.3UsQ93m8.dpuf”


One Million B.C
“One Million B.C. is a 1940 American fantasy film produced by Hal Roach Studios and released by United Artists. It is also known by the titles Cave Man, Man and His Mate, and Tumak. The film stars Victor Mature as protagonist Tumak, a young cave man who strives to unite the uncivilized Rock Tribe and the peaceful Shell Tribe, Carole Landis as Loana, daughter of the Shell Tribe chief and Tumak’s love interest, and Lon Chaney, Jr. as Tumak’s stern father and leader of the Rock Tribe.”


Phantom From Space (1953)
“The story concerns the sighting of a UFO which appears to have crashed in the San Fernando Valley, after which massive interference with teleradio transmission brings FCC investigators into action. They, in turn, begin encountering reports from people of seeing what appears to be a man dressed in a bizarre outfit.”


Nightmare (1964)
“In this meta horror film, a demonic entity uses the fictional character of Freddy Krueger to enter the real world and torment \”Elm Street\” heroine Heather Langenkamp and her family.”


Carnage (1984)
“After 11-year-old Zachary Cowan strikes his classmate across the face with a stick after an argument, the victim’s parents invite Zachary’s parents to their Brooklyn apartment to deal with the incident in a civilized manner.”


Cherry Hill High (1977)
“Five recent graduates of an all-girl high school – Kippy, Sarah, Michelle, Peaches and Alison – attempt to lose their virginity during a two-week bicycle trip with their seemingly repressed teacher Miss Woodruff. The girls hold a contest to see who can lose their virginity in the most creative and original manner.”


The Day the Sky Exploded (1958)
“Scientists discover that a group of meteors are hurtling on a collison course with Earth, and if they hit, the planet will be destroyed.”


The Erotic Rites of Frankenstein (1972)
“Dr. Frankenstein is left for dead in the woods. His daughter, Dr. Vera Frankenstein, hunts for his attacker: Dr. Cagliostro, a mad scientist who’s created a race of human-animal hybrids.”


Messiah of Evil (1973)
“A young woman goes searching for her missing artist father. Her journey takes her to a strange Californian seaside town governed by a mysterious undead cult.”


Gore-Met, Zombie Chef From Hell (1986)
“A cannibal opens up a seafood restaurant, and kills and cooks people to serve to his customers.”



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Next Week: 2019-09-01

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

War Dog (1987)
“An unsuspecting hero gets involved in uncovering a super soldier terrorist group that has brainwashed his brother.”


Laser Mission (1989)
“A CIA agent is sent to get Professor Braun before the KGB can seize him as the Prof’s knowledge, together with a recently stolen diamond, could be used to make a laser cannon.”


The Crippled Master (1979)
“Two men skilled in the arts of Kung-Fu are betrayed by their master and crippled for life, one left with no arms and the other with no legs. Despite their obvious disadvantages, they learn to combine their martial arts skills and seek revenge against the evil master.”


Future Hunters (1988)
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Project – Alien (1990)
“In Norway a military plane crashes under mysterious circumstances: in his last message the pilot reported many lights falling from the sky. NATO wants to play down the incident, but the famous TV moderator George Abbot and the no less persistent journalist Milker sense a sensational story about UFOs and start snooping around in the area with help of pilot \”Bird\” McNamara. Inspired by the suspiciously rigorous isolation of the whole area around the crash point and cases of an unknown disease they have a closer look at the military’s activities…”


The Manhandlers (1974)
“A gorgeous girl named Katie inherits her deceased uncle’s business and decides that she too can be a businesswoman and hire two hot girlfriends. Katie doesn’t like the brothel part so she gets rid of that and is soon giving legit massages. The mob doesn’t like this and Katie is quickly being muscled by mob goons to turn up the heat or pay. Katie soon discovers more about the massage-parlor than she had wished.”


Delinquent Daughters (1944)
“A town is shocked when a high school girl commits suicide. A reporter and a cop team up to investigate and find out exactly what is going on among the youth of the town.”


Hatchet for the Honeymoon (1970)
“A madman haunted by the ghost of his ex-wife carves a corpse-laden trail.”


The Vulture (1967)
“A mad scientist turns himself into a half-man, half-bird monster to avenge the death of his ancestor.”


Devils in Disguise (2014)
“Two roommates, Leila & Sandy, team up to kill Leila’s sadistic boyfriend.”


Haunted House (1940)
“A spoof of all the \”found-footage/documentary style\” films released in recent years.”


A Virgin Among the Living Dead (1973)
“A girl arrives from London to visit her estranged relatives in a remote castle for the reading of her father’s will. After a while she discovers that they are all in fact dead and her decision to live with them turns into a nightmare. Unable to leave she’s drawn into a macabre underworld through visions of nude satanic rituals and her own impending sacrifice.”



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Next Week: 2019-08-25

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

Bloody Wednesday (1988)
“Psychological horror film starring Raymond Elemedorf as Harry Curtis, a man who suffers a near fatal breakdown after losing both his wife and his job within a short period of time. His brother then sets him up as a caretaker of an old vacant motel, where he encounters strange attackers who may – or may not – be real.”


Robo Vampire (1988)
“Narcotics agent Tom Wilde is given a second chance at life after being shot and killed. In a futuristic experiment, agent Wilde is returned to life as an Android Robot. He is sent on a very dangerous mission into the depths of the golden Triangle to rescue Sophie, a beautiful undercover agent who has been captured by the evil drug warlord Mr. Young and his inhuman creation the Vampire Beast.”


Superargo Versus Diabolicus (1966)
“After accidentally killing an opponent on the ring, masked wrestler Superargo quits wrestling and, following the advice of his friend Col. Alex Kinski of the Secret Service, becomes a secret agent, using his superhuman abilities to stop villain Diabolicus’ plans to wreck global economy by turning uranium into gold.”


Scared to Death (1947)
“A series of hideous murders is taking place, and Inspector Capell and cop-turned-novelist Lonergan are investigating. The murders are found to be the work of an out-of-control experiment in genetic engineering. The two men must descend into the city’s sewer systems to destroy the horrific miscreation. It won’t be hard to find, as it’s already looking for its next victims…”


Horror Movie Midnight Offerings (1981)
TMDB has no data for this movie! Guess you’ll have to watch it to see what it’s about!


Bloodbath (1966)
“Doctor Carter losts his wife and devotes his life to resurrecting her. However, every test of his C-900 formula creates hungry, flesh-eating zombies. Then, his daughter Cara contracts the virus and she and her sister strive to obtain the anti-serum.”


The Triumph of Sherlock Holmes (1935)
“Holmes, retired to Sussex, is drawn into a last case when.arch enemy Moriarty arranges with an American gang to kill one John Douglas, a country gentleman with a mysterious past. Holmes’ methods baffle Watson and Lestrade, but his results astonish them. In a long flashback, the victim’s wife tells the story of the sinister Vermissa Valley.”


High School Big Shot (1959)
“Marv needs money. His unemployed dad is so poor that he makes Marv give up half his last six bucks so they can both go on three-dollar dates; he’s just lost his scholarship after getting caught writing a term paper for Betty, the prettiest (and only) girl in his class; and Betty herself has told him he doesn’t stand a chance with her unless he can give her what she wants most: money, money, money. But Marv has mob ties and Marv knows where to find a million dollars cash.”


984 Prisoner of the Future (1982)
“A corporate executive is taken prisoner by an underground organization known as The Movement, and is turned over to a ruthless interrogator.”


My Lovely Burnt Brother and His Squashed Brain (1988)
“Underground Italian extremely gory, gross-out \”comedy\” (in early John Waters vein) about a badly burnt morphine junkie who is turned into a zombie after he gets injected with infected urine by his pug-ugly, crazy sister.”


I was a Zombie for the FBI (1982)
TMDB has no data for this movie! Guess you’ll have to watch it to see what it’s about!


Contamination (1980)
“A former astronaut helps a government agent and a police detective track the source of mysterious alien pod spores, filled with lethal flesh-dissolving acid, to a South American coffee plantation controlled by alien pod clones.”



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Next Week: 2019-08-18

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

Dance Hall Racket (1954)
“A gangster who operates a sleazy dance hall uses a sadistic bodyguard to keep his girls afraid and his customers in line.”


Hercules and the Captive Women (1961)
“When strange atmospheric events occur in the disunited city states of Ancient Greece, a forum debates what action to take. As there is no agreement, Androcles King of Thebes seeks the assistance of his friend, the legendary Hercules. Hercules, now married to Deianira with a son named Hylas does not wish to leave the comfort of his family, though Hylas is keen for adventure.”


Idaho Transfer (1973)
“A crew of young researchers escape into the future to avoid the shutdown of their project. They find that some type of ‘eco-crisis’ disaster has de-populated the area around their lab (in rural Idaho) and, by implication, the nation or maybe the world. Stranded in the barren future, in their travels they encounter an abandoned freight train possibly full of corpses (maybe, it isn’t very clear). One of them travels further into the future and meets a family in a futuristic automobile, implying that that humankind has recovered from the disaster (or have they?)”


Death Car on the Freeway (1979)
“An unknown, psychotic driver uses his van to kill unsuspecting female drivers on the freeway.”


Mad Youth (1940)
“A rich society mother hires a male escort, but he falls for her daughter instead. The mother-daughter conflict forces the daughter to run off to stay with a friend who is enslaved by a prostitution ring.”


Gambling with Souls (1936)
“Young girls are cheated in rigged gambling games and then forced into prostitution to pay off their debts.”


Career Bed (1969)
“A mother is determined that her daughter will be a movie star, and will do anything–and have her daughter do anything–to make it happen.”


The Playgirls and the Vampire (1960)
“Sexy nightclub dancers get trapped in a dark, creepy castle for the night.”


Funeral Home (1980)
“A group of urban explorers decide to enter the abandoned ruins of the Krummer Funeral Home. Once inside, they discover the horrors of it’s past.”


The Dead Don’t Die (1975)
“In a small peaceful town, zombies suddenly rise to terrorize the town. Now three bespectacled police officers and a strange Scottish morgue expert must band together to defeat the undead.”


Prey (1977)
“An American family on holiday in Africa becomes lost in a game reserve and stalked by lions.”


Teaserama (1955)
“Burlesque film starring some of the greatest pin-up girls such as Bettie Page and Tempest Storm. There are some strippers, some stand-up comics of the take-my-wife-please variety and cult favorite Bettie Page who introduces the acts and frames the film by strutting her stuff.”



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Next Week: 2019-08-11

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

The 13th Pig (1973)
“Teenager Lynn kills her father while he tries to rape her – the receiving officer at the mental hospital cannot convince her that her father is dead. After electric shock treatment she escapes in a nurses car. There is a farm where the manager is unable to feed his pigs on the usual swill, they have tasted blood – Human Blood! Lynn stumbles on the farm, she is looking for work she explains. \”Papa they tell me, what do you see One little girl as deadly as can be.\” The circle begins, feed people to the pigs – then eat the pigs.”


Hollywood Meat Cleaver Massacre (1977)
TMDB has no data for this movie! Guess you’ll have to watch it to see what it’s about!


Attack of the Crab Monsters (1957)
“A group of scientists travel to a remote island to study the effects of nuclear weapons tests, only to get stranded when their airplane mysteriously explodes. The team soon discovers that the tests have given rise to crabs mutated into intelligent, impervious, telepathic giants intent on increasing their numbers by breeding, then travelling to populated areas to feed, and which do not intend to be stopped by their discoverers.”


Congratulations, It’s a Boy! (1971)
“A bachelor’s life is interrupted by the appearance of a teenager who claims to be his son.”


The Giant of Metropolis (1961)
“Obro the muscleman (Gordon Mitchell) goes to Atlantis and sinks a death-ray king (Bella Cortez) who knows the secret of immortality.”


Spectre (1977)
“A cryptic message from Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organization. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind SPECTRE.”


Night Call Nurses (1972)
“The sweet and perky Barbara, the sunny Janis, and the responsible Sandra are a trio of young and attractive nurses who work in the psych ward at a hospital. The threesome really have their hands full dealing with nutty patients, creepy stalkers, and black revolutionaries”


Animal Protector (1989)
“Swedish animal rights action film. Also known as \”Born to Kill\”.”


Cinderella (1966)
“When her father unexpectedly passes away, young Ella finds herself at the mercy of her cruel stepmother and her daughters. Never one to give up hope, Ella’s fortunes begin to change after meeting a dashing stranger in the woods.”


The Paperboy (1994)
“As investigative reporter Ward Jansen and his partner Yardley Acheman chase a sensational, career-making story with the help of Ward’s younger brother Jack and sultry death-row groupie Charlotte Bless, the pair tries to prove violent swamp-dweller Hillary Van Wetter was framed for the murder of a corrupt local sheriff.”


Agency (1980)
“A mysterious millionaire buys an ad agency and begins to replace its employees with his own people, who don’t appear to be advertising types at all…”


Chiller (1985)
“A man who has been dead and cryogenically preserved for ten years is miraculously revived, but with chillingly unexpected results.”



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Next Week: 2019-08-04

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

Mistress of the Apes (1979)
“Jenny Neumann takes a group of men into the jungles of Kenya to look for her husband, and instead finds a tribe of caveman-looking \”Near-Men\” who all seem terribly attracted to her beautiful blond hair.”


Yog, Monster From Space (1971)
“When a space probe crash-lands on a far-flung Pacific atoll, the craft’s alien stowaways decide to take over their new world one creature at a time. Soon, the parasitic life forms latch onto three indigenous critters — a squid, a crab and a snapping turtle — and transform them into colossal mutant monsters.”


Diary of a Madman (1963)
“Simon Cordier, a French magistrate and amateur sculptor comes into contact with a malevolent entity. The invisible – yet corporeal – being, called a \”horla\” is capable of limited psychokinesis and complete mind control.”


Castle of Evil (1966)
“The relatives of a recently deceased man named Kovac gather at is creepy mansion for the reading of the will. Before the will can be read, however, the relatives began to be murdered one by one.”


The Jar (1984)
“In the yard of an Iranian village school stands in the shade of a tree a large stoneware jar from which all the pupils drink fresh water. On an unfortunate day, the jar starts leaking. The schoolmaster tries hard to get a new one but in vain. The only solution is to have it fixed…”


Death Screams (1982)
“Locals are celebrating the last night of carnival, such as newly in-love couple Bob and Kathy, coach, Neil Marshall, waitresses, timid blonde Lily and comely, nubile Ramona, their boss Jackson and learning difficulties teenage peeping tom Casey who’s dad Avery is the town sheriff. Several them decide to spend the night down at the river, where a unknown double homicide climaxed there some nights before. But among the fairgoers is the one responsible for the deaths and as they are lurking in the shadows troubled over a tragic past (or just about one thing or another) deciding to take their frustrations out with a machete on those they blame for all the misfortunes in their life. Following the group back to their riverside stamping grounds they set about ensuring no one leaves the area alive.”


Magic Serpent (1966)
“In ancient Japan, a good lord is killed and his throne is taken by the trecherous Yuki Daijo and his wizard friend Oroki-maru. The young prince Ikazuki-maru is rescued from the jaws of death by a magic bird sent by a wizard. Ten years later, Ikazuki-maru embarks on an adventure to avenge his parents and the wizard’s death with his magic powers he learned from the wizard. He kills Yuki Daijo but then must battle Oroki-maru in a battle to the death.”


Private House of the SS (1977)
“Top Nazi officials, intent on rooting out traitors and those in the military who may be plotting to overthrow Adolf Hitler, recruit and train a group of beautiful prostitutes whose mission is to use any means necessary to uncover plots against the Fuhrer.”


Marihuana (1936)
“A young girl named Burma attends a beach party with her boyfriend and after she smokes marijuana with a bunch of other girls, she gets pregnant and another girl drowns while skinny dipping in the ocean. Burma and her boyfriend go to work for the pusher in order to make money so they can get married. However, during a drug deal her boyfriend is killed leaving Burma to fend for herself. Burma then becomes a major narcotics pusher in her own right after giving up her baby for adoption.”


A Bell from Hell (1973)
“A young man is released from an asylum and returns home for revenge on his aunt and her three daughters, who had him declared insane in order to steal his inheritance.”


Asylum of Satan (1972)
“A young woman is brought to an asylum to receive special treatment from a mysterious doctor. Dr. Spector does more than just run the hospital — he offers his patients as sacrifices to Satan.”


Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)
“In the early 1900s, Miranda attends a girls boarding school in Australia. One Valentine’s Day, the school’s typically strict headmistress treats the girls to a picnic field trip to an unusual but scenic volcanic formation called Hanging Rock. Despite rules against it, Miranda and several other girls venture off. It’s not until the end of the day that the faculty realizes the girls and one of the teachers have disappeared mysteriously.”



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Next Week: 2019-07-28

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

The Love Butcher (1975)
“The twisted tale of Caleb, and his alter ego Lester. After being pushed around too far, Caleb transforms into Lester and returns to those who have wronged him.”


Sword And The Dragon (1960)
“Ilya is a cripple without the use of his legs. When he aids some weary travellers, they surprise him by giving him a potion that restores his legs. He immediately becomes powerful and sets off to prove himself to his King. Doing so, he fights the evil Tugars, a wind demon that looks like a cross between a goblin and The Noid, a zeppelin-like ambassador, and the evil Tugars. Ilya gets framed for a crime he didn’t commit, then is freed, then finally dispatches the Tugars and their dragon.”


Mysterious Mr Wong (1934)
“Bela Lugosi stars as Mr. Wong, a \”harmless\” Chinatown shopkeeper by day and relentless blood-thirsty pursuer of the Twelve Coins of Confucius by night. With possession of the coins, Mr. Wong will be supreme ruler of the Chinese province of Keelat, and his evil destiny will be fulfilled. A killing spree follows in dark and dangerous Chinatown as Wong gets control of 11 of the 12 coins. Reporter Jason Barton Wallace Ford and his girl Peg are hot on his trail, but soon find themselves in serious trouble when they stumble onto Wong’s headquarters.”


Sisters of Death (1976)
“During an all-girl secret society initiation, one of the new members is killed playing Russian Roulette. Many years later the survivors are invited for a reunion to a lavish estate, which turns out to be owned by the crazed father of the girl who died.”


Future Women (1969)
“Sumuru, the beautiful leader of the all-female kingdom of Femina, plans to use her women to take over the world.”


The Monster of Venice (1965)
“A mad killer is loose in Venice’s catacombs. He attacks the beautiful women, releasing them into the underworld, kill them and then stop them and add them to his \”collection\”.”


The Day of the Triffids (1951)
“A shower of meteorites produces a rare night time spectacle that blinds anyone that looks at it. As it was such a beautiful sight, most people were watching, and as a consequence, 99% of the World’s population go completely blind. In the original novel, this chaos results in the escape of Triffids: farmed plants harvested for their oils, which are capable of moving themselves around and are carnivorous. In this film version, however, the Triffids are not indigenous plants. Instead they are space aliens whose spores have arrived in this and an earlier meteor shower. Derided by the original novel’s author, John Wyndham, for straying so far away from the source material.”


The Thirteenth Guest (1932)
“Thirteen years after a dinner party in which the thirteenth guest failed to arrive, the remaining guests are being murdered one by one, and their bodies being placed at the same dinner table in the appropriate seats they occupied thirteen years prior.”


Dracula vs Frankenstein (1971)
“Dracula conspires with a mad doctor to resurrect the Frankenstein Monster.”


Prisoners of the Lost Universe (1983)
“Three people are transported into a parallel universe. There they find that they must use modern technology, but medieval weapons, in order to save the citizenry from a murderous warlord.”


Night Screams (1987)
“A football star throws a party for his friends. Two insane killers escape from a nearby asylum on that same night, and in their efforts to elude authorities, wind up at the party.”


The Long Hair of Death (1964)
“In a 15th-century feudal village, a woman is accused of witchcraft and put to death. Her beautiful older daughter knows the real reason for the execution lies in the lord’s sexual desire for her mother. After confronting the lord on the matter, she, too, is killed. A much younger daughter is spared and taken in by her mother’s killers. Once she is of age, as a horrible, deadly plague sweeps the land, she marries the lord’s worthless son. Then, during a brutal thunderstorm, the older daughter mysteriously reappears and begins to avenge her mother’s death.”



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Next Week: 2019-07-21

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

Claws (1977)
“A biological experiment in Florida goes awry. The result: 8-foot long land crabs which roar loudly and kill everything in sight.”


Don’t Go to Sleep (1982)
“A young girl begins seeing the ghost of her sister who died in an accident a year earlier.”


Tarzoon, Shame of the Jungle (1975)
“Shame, the ape man of the jungle, is aghast when his woman, June, is kidnapped by a gang of giant penises. They take her to their queen, Bazunga, a bald woman with fourteen breasts. After tangling with a gang of great white hunters, a marauding lion and the Molar Men, Shame sets off to rescue her with only his faithful friend Flicka at his side. He heads for that darkest of areas”


The House of the Dead (1980)
“Set on an island off the coast, a techno rave party attracts a diverse group of college coeds and a Coast Guard officer. Soon, they discover that their X-laced escapades are to be interrupted by zombies and monsters that attack them on the ground, from the air, and in the sea, ruled by an evil entity in the House of the Dead… Prequel to the House of the Dead video games.”


The Alpha Incident (1977)
“A space probe brings back a micro-organism from Mars which terrorizes passengers at a railhead.”


Teenage Hitchhikers (1974)
“Mouse and Bird are a couple of sassy and sexy young hitchhikers who embark on a cross country trip in search of freedom, excitement, and independence. The lovely ladies use their bodies as currency and encounter a diverse array of libidinous folks on their journey.”


Island of Crime (1968)
“Christina Fisher arrives in Sardinia to spend a holiday with her university friend, Francesco. As they are touring the island, they are trapped by mountain terrorists. Francesco is kidnapped, but Christina is permitted to leave. She is determined to contact the police, but is persuaded not to by Francesco’s best friend, Gambino. Together they try to find the kidnappers, but she becomes suspicious of everyone including Gambino. Confused and paranoid, she sets out alone to contact the police.”


Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster (1965)
“When an atomic war on Mars destroys the planet’s women, it’s up to Martian Princess Marcuzan and her right-hand man Dr. Nadir to travel to earth and kidnap women for new breeding stock. Landing in Puerto Rico, they shoot down a NASA space capsule manned by an android. With his electronic brain damaged, the android terrorizes the island while the Martians raid beaches and pool parties”


White Zombie (1932)
“In Haiti, a wealthy landowner convinces a sorcerer to lure the American woman he has fallen for away from her fiance, only to have the madman decide to keep the woman for himself, as a zombie.”


Something Evil (1972)
“A young couple moves into a farmhouse in rural Pennsylvania. What they don’t know is that there is an unseen presence in the house, and that it wants to take possession of the wife.”


Brute Corps (1972)
“A hippy couple travelling cross country run foul of a band of mercenaries.”


Terrified (1963)
“Police commissioner Funes and three researches of supernatural phenomena investigate inexplicable events that are occurring in the suburbia of Buenos Aires.”



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Next Week: 2019-07-14

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

The Castle of the Living Dead (1964)
“Count Drago invites over entertainers to his castle, but what the people don’t know is that Drago mummifies animals and humans!”


Isle of Forgotten Sins (1943)
“An evil sea captain and the forces of nature threaten two divers’ search for a fortune in gold in the South Pacific.”


Kid Monk Baroni (1952)
“Leonard Nimoy is \”Kid\” Monk Baroni, the leader of a street gang who becomes a professional boxer to escape his life in \”Little Italy\” New York.”


Devil of the Desert Against the Son of Hercules (1965)
“The daughter of a noble man is sold into slavery, only to be later rescued by the film’s hero. Repackaged from an original Sword-and-Sandal italian film.”


Doctor Strain – The Body Snatcher (1991)
“Positively torturous, undecipherable shambles of a horror film concerns the titular doctor and his nephew as they incautiously revive corpses in their basement laboratory.”


Corridors of Evil (1962)
“Mary Henry ends up the sole survivor of a fatal car accident through mysterious circumstances. Trying to put the incident behind her, she moves to Utah and takes a job as a church organist. But her fresh start is interrupted by visions of a fiendish man. As the visions begin to occur more frequently, Mary finds herself drawn to the deserted carnival on the outskirts of town. The strangely alluring carnival may hold the secret to her tragic past.”


Gamera vs Jiger (1970)
“A giant creature attacks Japan during the World Fair and it’s up to Gamera to stop it. But the monster injects Gamera with its offspring and a research team must take a craft into Gamera’s body to eliminate the parasite.”


Terror On Tour (1980)
“A rock band called \”The Clowns\” comes under suspicion of murder when several prostitutes are killed by individuals made up like members of the band.”


Embryo (1976)
“A scientist doing experiments on a human fetus discovers a method to accelerate the fetus into a mature adult in just a few days.”


Sand Serpents (2009)
“Jason Gedrick and a small group of Marines are stranded in the remote Afghan desert. But it ain’t the Taliban that’s worrying them, it’s these giant refugees from Tremors. In fact the big worms prove to be an ally of sorts by doing better against the Taliban than themselves but battling these enemies is something not covered in their training.”


The Clones of Bruce Lee (1980)
“Bruce Lee has just died, but the BSI is swinging into action to salvage the situation. Aided by the brilliant Professor Lucas, cells from the martial arts master’s body are removed and grown into three adult Bruce Lee clones. After undergoing training to bring their skills up to the level of their ‘father’, the three are sent out to battle crime, with one sent to take on a gold smuggler, and the other two teaming up to shut down an evil mad scientist.”


The Day Time Ended (1979)
“A small family relocates to the Sonoran Desert, to be closer to the grandparents of the family. Though there are news reports of a spectacular triple supernova, and the young granddaughter has seen a glowing alien construction behind the barn, the family is at ease until, one night, a UFO soars over head and appears to land in the nearby hills. Apparently, the triple supernova has opened a rift in space and time.”



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