31 Days of Halloween

31 Days of Halloween: Day #4 … Classic B-Horror Movies to Watch

Hello Friends and welcome to the blog and Day #4 in my 31 Days of Halloween!  Today I’m sharing some classic B-Horror movies to binge.

I hope everyone is doing well on this Monday.  It’s been a really long time since I posted on Monday but here I am. The weather has been absolutely beautiful to tip off October, and it’s a great time of year to do anything outside.

Unfortunately I haven’t seen any leaves changing but I think that doesn’t happen until mid-October.

Today is also special because it’s my birthday.  One year older, one year wiser, and very blessed.  Happy Birthday to Me!

Classic B-Horror Movies

I watch classic B-Horror movies just about every Saturday night.  I love Vincent Price and the Hammer House Films. These movies show a shift in our culture, and the very beginnings of what was considered scary during this time. (2019)

These movies were the subject-mattter that scared people back in the 50s & 60s.  From outer space monsters to creatures and demons, it was everything that was foreign or unknown.  We look at these classic films as the ridiculous side of horror, but they are also considered to be our early beginnings.

Your then younger film-makers like Wes Craven, John Carpenter, and George Romero used these films as a foundation to create the movies that we know and love today.

About the movies…

The Bat1. The Bat ~ 1959 [Steaming on Amazon]

STORY: A killer called “the Bat” has claimed many lives in the small town inhabited by novelist Cornelia van Gorder (Agnes Moorehead) and her maid, Lizzie (Lenita Lane). As Cornelia implores Dr. Malcolm Wells (Vincent Price) to help her ailing maid, $1 million in the town’s bank goes missing. [IMBD]

The Screaming Skull, 19582. The Screaming Skull ~ 1959 [Streaming on Amazon]

STORY: A newly married couple arrives at the home of the husband’s late wife, where the gardens have been maintained by a gardener faithful to the dead woman’s memory. Soon, eerie events lead the new wife to think she’s losing her mind.

House of Wax, 19533. House of Wax ~ 1953 [Streaming on Amazon]

STORY: A museum fire turns a handsome man into a human monster who steals the bodies of his victims from the morgue to create life-like wax images.

The Blob, 19584. The Blob ~ 1958 [Streaming on Amazon]

STORY: A cult classic of gooey greatness, The Blob follows the havoc wreaked on a small town by an outer-space monster with neither soul nor vertebrae, with Steve McQueen playing the rebel teen who tries to warn the residents about the jellylike invader. [IMBD…Note: I know I’m a nerd and the theme song is awesome]

Four Skulls of Johnathan Drake, 19595. The Four Skulls of Johnathan Drake ~ 1960 [Streaming on Amazon]

STORY: Anthropologist Jonathan Drake (Eduard Franz) believes that the men of his family have been cursed for generations by the native South American tribe he studies. Shortly after his brother, Kenneth (Paul Cavanagh), discovers one of the tribe’s shrunken heads in his house, he’s found murdered and his head goes missing. [IMBD]

The Brain That Wouldn't Die, 19626. The Brain That Wouldn’t Die ~ 1962 [Streaming on Amazon]

STORY: Dr. Bill Cortner (Jason Evers) and his fiancée, Jan Compton (Virginia Leith), are driving to his lab when they get into a horrible car accident. Compton is decapitated. But Cortner is not fazed by this seemingly insurmountable hurdle.

These B-Movie classics are all in good fun, and due to the content, there is no offensive language or mature scenes.

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