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Bill Watches Movies

Jul 21, 2021

It must have been a great time to be a screenwriter in the 1950’s and 1960’s at the beginning of the Atomic Era. Nuclear power, nuclear weapons, nuclear radiation and the inevitable nuclear holocaust were the best villains and challenges that a good script writer could ask for.
It was like mad libs but with much...


Jun 26, 2021

Originally called "The Monsters of Terror" in Spanish, the movie was also known in the US as "Assignment Terror" (this is how most websites refer to the movie), and finally, the United Kingdom wins the best, but most confusing title with "Dracula versus Frankenstein".

I can only imagine the sheer number of angry and...


May 22, 2021

There are certain events that are seasonal in nature.
The monarch butterflies return to Mexico each winter.
The swallows return to San Juan Capistrano each March.
The giant great white sharks return to Amity Island each July.

And we, Gentle Listeners, each May, must return to Horror Mexico, land of the luchador - the...


Apr 24, 2021

If there's one thing that a true film aficionado obsesses over it's lost media.

These are films that were made, or rumored to have been made, but, due to any number of circumstances, are lost to time, presumably never to be seen again.

In the horror genre, one such movie is the immortal Lon Chaney's "London After...


Mar 27, 2021

When it comes to movies, you would hope that the marketing department and the screenwriter put together a title that is enticing, exciting and descriptive of what the movie is about.

"The Mummy", for example, certainly does have an undead priest of Egypt as the main character.

“The Giant Gila Monster” will show you,...