Saturday, August 11, 2012

Best 50's Horror Films



50's Horror Movies
(1950-1959)



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50 Movies and Counting...

We, here at TOO SCARY 2 WATCH have compiled a list of 50's horror films (arranged by year) that we believe may be worth checking out, for avid horror fans who love classic scary movies like we do. The "incomplete" list will continue to be modified and updated as we continue to find more movies that we've overlooked, or feel are worthy of adding. 




Mad Scientists, Monsters, Alien Invasions, Haunted Houses and more ...

It can be argued whether some of the movies on the list actually belong in the horror genre (especially considering the fact that there appeared to be a thin line between sci-fi , action and horror as far as the fifties were concerned) ... nevertheless, with versatility in mind, we've done our best to include some that are cult classics, some that are horror comedies, some that are hammer films, some that are sci-fi action horror, some that are psychological thrillers, along with others that may be open for interpretation.
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Disclaimer

Not all of the movies on the list, in our opinion, are good movies, but were chosen to be included for a variety of different reasons. -- Some are staple horror films of the fifties, some are popular horror films of the fifties, some are cult films, some have greatly influenced horror movies of the modern era, while others were films that went on to be remade decades later.

Thanks and enjoy!  
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A humanoid envoy (Michael Rennie) from another world lands in Washington, D.C., with a warning to Earth's people to cease their violent behavior. But panic erupts when a nervous soldier shoots the messenger, and his robot companion tries to destroy the capital. A sci-fi hallmark that offers wry commentary on the political climate of the 1950s, this Golden Globe-winning classic is less concerned with special effects than with its potent message.

Director: Robert Wise
Approved
92 mins
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According to many film fanatics, The Thing belongs in the pantheon of science fiction classics. This celluloid chronicle follows a team of scientists and researchers who discover an unclassifiable creature frozen in a block of ice. When the ice thaws, it unleashes a powerful, destructive creature that's bent on annihilating everything in its path.

TV-PG
87 mins
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This 1953 sci-fi classic, directed by Eugene Lourie and starring Paul Christian, Ross Elliott and Cecil Kallaway, brings to the screen Ray Bradbury's short story "The Fog Horn." The powerful force of atomic testing in the Arctic has awakened a sleeping rhedosaurus that's been frozen solid in ice, and the creature rises from the sea to exact revenge in the streets of New York. Features animation by Ray Harryhausen.

Director: Eugène Lourié
Approved
80 mins
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In this spine-tingling film -- one of the first 3D movies ever made -- Vincent Price thrills as Professor Henry Jarrod, the creepy curator of a wax museum who loses his beloved business to a fire and then rebuilds it. This time, though, he doesn't use wax models, but a ghoulish alternative: dead bodies. Also includes The Mystery of the Wax Museum, the 1933 feature that House of Wax was based on.

Director: André De Toth
PG
90 mins
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Considered by many to be the definitive Cold War sci-fi film, Invaders from Mars tells the story of a young boy, David MacLean, who sees an alien spaceship landing in a nearby field one night. His parents go out to investigate, but when they return, their personalities have been drastically altered. Frightened, David tells the local police what's happened, but no one takes him seriously. Will he convince anyone that the human race is in danger?

Approved

78 mins

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An alien ship crashes in the Arizona desert, and the extraterrestrials assume the identities of the locals in order to buy enough time to make repairs. But one man discovers the truth, and soon his wife is replaced by one of the aliens.

Director: Jack Arnold
G
81 mins
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Becoming angry after his colleagues reject his theory that Neanderthal man was equal in intelligence to contemporary humans, scientist Clifford Groves (Robert Shayne) creates a potion that transforms him into a primitive man. It's not long before local residents start falling prey to a series of mysterious assaults. Richard Crane and Doris Merrick co-star in this reenvisioning of the Jekyll and Hyde story.

Not-Rated
78 mins

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When a scorching meteor-like object crashes to Earth near a Southern California town, scientist Clayton Forrester (Gene Barry) waits three ill-fated days for the object -- a spaceship filled with Martians -- to cool. Meanwhile, the extraterrestrials continue to invade across the planet. It will take an unseen threat -- bacteria -- to conquer them. This Academy Award-winning adaptation of H.G. Wells's novel set the sci-fi standard for years to come.

Director: Byron Haskin
TV-PG
85 mins
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Kirk Douglas stars as Ned Land and James Mason as Captain Nemo in this Walt Disney live-action adaptation of the classic Jules Verne underwater adventure. Sent to investigate a rash of shipwrecks, Ned encounters the nefarious Nemo's submarine. An ambitious production at the time, the film nabbed two Academy Awards, for special effects and art direction. Paul Lukas, Peter Lorre and a frightening giant squid co-star in Richard Fleischer's epic.

Director: Richard Fleischer
G
127 mins
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A legend in the history of B-movie fare. How many female scientists travel the Amazon bedecked in bikini-wear calculated to charm an anaconda off a branch? That's what happens when Julie Adams and fellow scientist Richard Carlson happen upon the black lagoon and the amphibious creature inhabiting it. Casting a gimlet eye on Adams in backstroke, it's love at first sight for the scaly beast.

Director: Jack Arnold
Approved
79 mins
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Director Alfred Hitchcock's masterpiece of double-cross and intrigue stars Ray Milland as former tennis champ Tony Wendice, who concocts a plan to kill his rich but unfaithful wife (Grace Kelly), who's embroiled in a liaison with a writer (Robert Cummings). When Tony's plans go awry, he improvises a second act of deceit, but the entire bloody affair turns out to be far messier than he expected. John Williams plays a sly Scotland Yard inspector.

Director: Alfred Hitchcock
PG
105 mins
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Gojira (original title)

A 400-foot dinosaur springs to life in the wake of heavy nuclear weapons testing over the Pacific Ocean, and before long, the fire-breathing Gojira (aka Godzilla) makes a beeline for an unsuspecting Tokyo. This classic 1950s film is the original Japanese version of Godzilla. Fans of the giant lizard will enjoy the bonus features, which include the original U.S. theatrical release Godzilla, King of the Monsters (1956), starring Raymond Burr.

Director: Ishirô Honda
Not-Rated
96 mins

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The ruthless Wasp wants professor Houston's (Forbes Murray) powerful new radium energy machine so he can accomplish his dastardly goals of blowing up a radio station, a power plant and a dam. Can Mandrake (Warren Hull) halt the villain in his evil tracks? The suave, quick-witted magician will have to if he hopes to save the planet and win the heart of Houston's comely daughter, Betty (Doris Weston), in this rollicking 1939 serial.

Director: John Brahm
Not-Rated
72 mins
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As his broken leg heals, wheelchair-bound L.B. Jefferies (James Stewart) becomes absorbed with the parade of life outside his window and soon fixates on a mysterious man whose behavior has Jefferies convinced a murder has taken place. Meanwhile, other windows reveal the daily lives of a dancer, a lonely woman, a composer, a dog and more. Grace Kelly, Thelma Ritter and Wendell Corey co-star in this Alfred Hitchcock-helmed classic.

Director: Alfred Hitchcock
PG
112 mins
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The inhabitants of a small Southwestern town feel the fallout when radiation from bomb tests creates giant, mutant ants that descend on their community. Facing human extermination, a team of scientists scrambles to figure out how to stop "them." Filled with creepy creatures large and small, this 1954 sci-fi spectacular is one of the most influential horror films of all time -- and also captures America's mood at the dawn of the Atomic Age.

Director: Gordon Douglas
Approved
94 mins
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Cheryl Draper (Barbara Stanwyck), without a doubt, witnessed a murder. But when she reports the incident, the police conclude she was dreaming. Now, the killer, Albert Richter (George Sanders), will see to it that Cheryl ceases to claim what she saw. Before she is totally discounted as a crazy person, can kindly Lt. Lawrence Mathews (Gary Merrill) figure out the case? Roy Rowland (Meet Me in Las Vegas) directs this noir thriller.

Director: Roy Rowland
Approved
83 mins
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Edward "Teddy" Bare killed his first wife (making it look like an accident) hoping to claim her inheritance, only to discover she didn't have one. When another chance presents itself Bare plans to kill his next wife. But murder second time round is a bit more difficult.

Director: Lewis Gilbert
Not-Rated
82 mins
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aka Daughter of Horror

A young woman (Adrienne Barrett) wakes from a nightmare and journeys from a cheap hotel room to the shadowy streets of Los Angeles, where she runs into her abusive husband, a pimp, a rich man and more during a surreal night of dementia. Director John Parker's bizarre cult horror features a spooky score by George Antheil. Also presented is the film's alternate version, Daughter of Horror, which includes a narration by Ed McMahon.

Director:
Not-Rated
56 mins

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Les diaboliques (original title)

The ailing spouse (Véra Clouzot) and manhandled mistress (Simone Signoret) of a sadistic boarding school headmaster (Paul Meurisse) plan and execute the man's murder -- but their plan goes haywire when the corpse vanishes. Henri-Georges Clouzot directs his real-life wife in this icy, black-and-white masterwork of homicide and Grand Guignol suspense, which ranked No. 49 on the Bravo network's "100 Scariest Movie Moments."

Not-Rated
114 mins
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aka The Creeping Unknown

Professor Bernard Quatermass is in charge of a rocket mission that has gone awry. They loose contact with the spaceship and have no idea how far into space it may have traveled. When the rocket crash lands they find that only one of the three occupants, Victor Carroon, is on board; the others have simply vanished. Slowly, the surviving astronaut begins to transform into a deadly creature.

Director: Val Guest
Not-Rated
82 mins
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A spider escapes from an isolated desert laboratory experimenting in giantism and grows to tremendous size as it wreaks havoc on the local inhabitants.

Director: Jack Arnold
Approved
80 mins

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Grade-schooler Rhoda Penmark, finds out that her own mother is a cold-blooded killer, she begins to suspect Rhoda might be the victim of some faulty genetic wiring. Based on Maxwell Anderson's play.

Director: Mervyn LeRoy
Approved
129 mins


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Three titans of the horror genre make appearances in this grisly period piece about a young doctor on the verge of being wrongfully executed for murder. Enter Sir Joel Cadman (Basil Rathbone), who gives the condemned man a drug that induces the appearance of death. Once the ruse works, the body is handed over to Cadman, who has his own sick plans for the still-living man. The high-caliber cast includes Lon Chaney Jr. and Bela Lugosi.

Director: Reginald Le Borg
Not-Rated
82 mins

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Part antinuclear parable, part crazed sci-fi flick, Godzilla set a standard for outsized monster flicks. When the big guy awakens from a 1,000-year catnap, Tokyo is his target. Raymond Burr -- as American scientist Steve Martin -- was inserted in extra scenes to make the movie marketable to stateside audiences. Studio executives knew they had a moneymaking monster and soon created countless sequels.

Not-Rated
80 mins
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Notre-Dame de Paris (original title) 

Anthony Quinn stars as the deformed bell-ringer Quasimodo, and silver-screen siren Gina Lollobrigida plays the seductive, breathtaking gypsy dancer Esmeralda in this haunting tale of passion and desire based on Victor Hugo's immortal novel. After Esmeralda befriends the hideous outcast ensconced in Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral bell tower, he falls hopelessly in love with her and is willing to sacrifice himself to save her from the gallows.

PG
115 mins
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Evil-intentioned extraterrestrials capable of replicating humans and assuming their identities invade the sleepy California hamlet of Santa Mira. It's up to the local doctor to sound the alarm and almost single-handedly battle the alien forces.

Director: Don Siegel
Approved
80 mins

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A squad of British commandos returns from a covert mission suffering from mysterious symptoms and horrific burns. Dr. Adam Royston (Dean Jagger), an atomic scientist, suspects lethal radiation and tracks down the source of this menace to a desolate area of Scotland. It's there that the threat morphs into a giant radioactive blob of mud that arises from the depths of the Earth to consume everything in its path.

Director: Leslie Norman
Not-Rated
81 mins
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In this chillingly atmospheric tale, British botanist John Rollason (Peter Cushing) joins crass American showman Tom Friend (Forrest Tucker) and his exploration team on a dangerous expedition into the Himalayas to search for the mythical yeti. But calamity begins to strike members of the group -- one by one -- shortly after they reach the mountaintop. Maureen Connell plays Rollason's prophetic wife.

Director: Val Guest
Approved
91 mins
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Night of the Demon (original title)

Night of the Demon is a 1957 British horror film. An adaptation of M. R. James' Casting the Runes (1911), the plot revolves around American Professor John Holden going to England and investigating a Satanic cult suspected of being responsible for more than one death in recent months.

Director: Jacques Tourneur
Approved
95 mins
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As he sits on death row, Baron Victor Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) confesses how he and his mentor (Robert Urquhart) performed grotesque scientific experiments, culminating in the creation of a creature (Christopher Lee) pieced together from human body parts and reanimated. The Baron's invention is a murderous monster that will do his bidding -- until the day it turns against its master and threatens to kill his fiancée (Hazel Court).

Director: Terence Fisher
Approved
82 mins

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aka Quatermass 2

Quatermass is the director of an important scientific base, where he builds nuclear rockets for the colonization of the Moon. A strange fall of meteorites in a nearby village leads to the discovery of a huge base under a strict military control, officially a factory of artificial food. Quatermass reveals that the factory is actually breeding alien creatures.

Director: Val Guest
Approved
85 mins

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After inadvertently taking pills made from vampire bat blood, Dr. Paul Beecher (John Beal) undergoes a mysterious transformation in this classic horror flick. His instant addiction forces Beecher to take a pill every day, turning him into a hirsute maniac prone to homicidal rampages. As police investigate the murders, Beecher -- who only remembers his actions as hazy dreams -- begins to suspect himself.

Director: Paul Landres
Approved
75 mins

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Cassandra Peterson aka Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, hosts this entertaining documentary that explores a staple of pulp horror movies, from King Kong to Attack of the 50 Foot Woman. Why are gigantic monsters scarier to audiences? How do American, British and Japanese filmmakers treat these supersized villains differently? Intriguing and informative, this film includes clips from classic films and features interviews with Hollywood insiders.

Director: Nathan Juran
Approved
65 mins

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Deranged puppet maker Franz (John Hoyt) is terrified of being abandoned, so he invents a machine to shrink humans down to doll size. By kidnapping people and turning the machine on them, he soon gathers a troupe of shrunken prisoners to keep him company. But when he shrinks his lovely secretary (June Kenney) and her fiancé (John Agar), they're determined to find a way to stop the crazy puppeteer.

Director: Bert I. Gordon
Approved
79 mins


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For pure camp value, this sci-fi flick about an insatiable, gelatinous mass of alien goo ranks high in the annals of drive-in movie fare, with Steve McQueen and his teenage friends trying to warn townsfolk about the terror in their midst.

Not-Rated
86 mins
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Yesterday Jim Molner was an ordinary guy. Today he's a desperate man, frantically trying to save himself and his family, held hostage by a demented terrorist who's demanding $500,000 not to detonate a bomb he's planted on a domestic airliner.

Director: Andrew L. Stone
Not-Rated
96 mins
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Scientist André Delambre (David Hedison) has invented a matter transporter. To perfect his machine, he decides to test the device on a human subject -- himself. He steps into the chamber unaware that an ordinary housefly has accompanied him. His head and arm become horrifically switched with those of the fly. Now Delambre and his wife (Patricia Owens) are faced with a gruesome dilemma in this classic sci-fi horror co-starring Vincent Price.

Director: Kurt Neumann
Not-Rated
94 mins
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Adhering closer to the original tale than its successors, Horror of Dracula is one of the first color retellings of the classic vampire story. When Dr. Van Helsing arrives at Castle Dracula to discover his friend Jonathan's lifeless body, he sets out to find Jonathan's fiancee, Lucy, to give her the sad news. But it seems Dracula has already designated Lucy as his next prey.

Director: Terence Fisher
Approved
82 mins
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As the new head of a sprawling cemetery, Robert (Richard Boone) becomes convinced that he triggered the untimely deaths of several plot owners by tampering with a certain map. When nobody believes him, he risks his sanity to play God once again and prove his point. With an intriguing storyline full of psychological suspense, this underappreciated horror film establishes a consistently eerie atmosphere throughout.

Director: Albert Band
Not-Rated
76 mins
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After killing an artist in Transylvania, Count Dracula (Francis Lederer) assumes the man's identity and heads to America, where he moves in with the Mayberry clan and continues his nocturnal bloodsucking. Soon, his odd habits arouse young Rachel Mayberry's (Norma Eberhardt) suspicions. And when her best friend mysteriously dies, Rachel turns to a foreign police officer who understands the undead in this classic horror flick.

Director: Paul Landres
Not -Rated
77 mins

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From Britain's Hammer Studios comes this creepy sequel to The Curse of Frankenstein. The not-so-good doctor (Peter Cushing) is up to his old lab tricks again -- suturing together arms, legs and torsos in hopes that the sum of the parts will make a greater whole. This time, he's capably assisted by a hunchbacked dwarf named Karl (Oscar Quitak) and young medical student Hans Kleve (Francis Matthews).

Director: Terence Fisher
Not-Rated
89 mins

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One of Alfred Hitchcock's darkest and most compelling suspense films tells the story of police detective Scottie Ferguson (James Stewart), who has a crippling fear of heights -- and an all-consuming obsession with a married woman. When an old friend asks him to tail his wife (Kim Novak), Scottie is drawn into a vortex of deceit and murder. But that's only the beginning as a mesmerizing score draws Scottie to the film's haunting final shot.

Director: Alfred Hitchcock
PG-13
128 mins


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Earth's first expedition to Mars loses contact -- and never gets it back. Mission Control successfully lands the ship remotely, but finds the crew's only two survivors in a fight for their lives. Horrific creatures, flesh-eating plants and unfriendly, intelligent life waiting for them at the ship they've struggled to get back to are only the start. It's what's they find out later that's truly frightening.

Director: Ib Melchior
Not-Rated
83 mins

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When mystery writer Cornelia van Gorder (Agnes Moorehead) summons him to her home -- a remote country manor recently ravaged by a serial killer known as The Bat -- Dr. Malcolm Wells (Vincent Price) discovers that a stolen fortune is hidden on the estate. Before long, sundry locals begin their own search for the loot, just as The Bat revives his vicious killing spree. Gavin Gordon co-stars in this vintage thriller from director Crane Wilbur.

Director: Crane Wilbur
Approved
80 mins


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Walter Paisley (Dick Miller) is a shy busboy at a hip coffeehouse where beatnik poets perform. Yearning to be accepted into the world of avant-garde art, Paisley finally gets his chance when his sculpture of (and containing) a dead cat turns him into an overnight sensation. Barboura Morris, Ed Nelson and future game show host Bert Convy co-star in B-movie king Roger Corman's classic black comedy.

Director: Roger Corman
Not-Rated
66 mins

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Years after his scientist father met a unique and gruesome end as a grotesque man-fly hybrid, Philippe Delambre (Brett Halsey) is determined to carry on his dad's dubious work. With the help of his uncle François (Vincent Price), Philippe re-creates his father's matter transmission device. But the machine still has a few bugs in it. Philippe soon finds himself sharing his father's fate with horrifying results in this classic sci-fi sequel.

Director: Edward Bernds
Approved
80 mins



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Sherlock Holmes (Peter Cushing) visits Baskerville Hall to investigate the family curse, which began when Sir Hugo Baskerville (David Oxley) murdered a young girl who had just fled a depraved orgy. Since that time, a hound from hell has been preying upon the family. Together with his man Friday, Dr. Watson (Andre Morell), Holmes tries to get to the bottom of it all. A truly chilling caper.

Director: Terence Fisher
Approved
87 mins

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Millionaire Frederick Loren offers five people $10,000 to stay a night in a remote haunted house, giving each of them a loaded gun as a "party favor." Throughout the night, they're terrorized by skeletons, disembodied heads and other grisly apparitions. Will any of the guests survive to win the prize? Or will the house scare them to death? The legendary Vincent Price stars in one of director William Castle's most famous chillers.

Director: William Castle
Not -Rated
75 mins




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Using stolen glands from unsuspecting donors, Dr. Georges Bonnet (Anton Diffring) has managed to cheat death, remaining youthful and virile on the outside despite his advancing age -- that is, until his internal clock catches up with him. Crippled by an increasingly unstable mind, Bonnet sets his sights on winning the heart of a former flame (Hazel Court) who's in love with another doctor (Christopher Lee).

Director: Terence Fisher
Not-Rated
83 mins
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Three archaeologists searching for the 4,000-year-old tomb of Princess Ananka in Egypt are warned of grave consequences if they violate her tomb. Madness strikes one and, as the others return to England with a mummy, a series of murders take place. It turns out the well-preserved remains of the princess's high priest has been reanimated -- and is hunting down those who have desecrated the secret tomb. Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee star.

Director: Terence Fisher
Not-Rated
88 mins
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After much hard work, a pathologist discovers and captures a creature that lives in every vertebrate and grows when fear grips its host. "Scream for your lives!"

Director: William Castle
Not-Rated
82 mins

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Our Top Ten 50's Horror Films (Arranged by Year)




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Synopsis' taken from:
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9 comments:

Christopher Erario said...

Im looking for a 50`s or 60`s or early 70`s horror movie that involved lots and lots of people dying from this green toxic rain...... Please HELP!!!!

GIGANTRICKS said...

To the guy above you're looking for The Devil's Rain. It was made in the 70's

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Unknown said...

i am looking for a movie from 50s or 60s all I remember is that it was set in suburbs and it was about sort of a brainwashed perfect society. any ideas thanks

A A said...

Well there is the Stepford Wives, but that was the 70's. You want to look up movies about dystopian societies, or perhaps even utopian. Do you know who was in this film? Where it was set? What period it was set in? There was a movie that came out in the 90's that sounds similar to what you're describing. I believe it was a remake of something from the 50's. You have to be a little more explicit if you want people to help you find it, because your statement is vague.

Unknown said...

Looking for a 50's flick from which I remember 2 things: it had a dead body in a locked trunk in a basement but the hand stuck out by itself by morning. scared the hell out of me (7 years old). And a flick where a lady drank some sort of elixer and then looked in the mirror revealing her face turned into a cracked look with really buggy eyes and wirey hair. Again, an image burned into my young mind.

Will Salisbury said...

Amazing blog for searching scary movies. In childhood i watched 'The fly' movie but after that gradually forgot the name, i wanted to see it again. now i found name and movie link in this blog.. Thanks for sharing. Get some good collection of movies here Really good movies

Unknown said...

@Unknown...perfect society movie may be "X the unknown from outer space" and the dead body in the trunk sounds like a Boris Karloff "Thriller" tv episode "The Storm" maybe? Lastly, I can only think of the star trek pilot episode "The Cage" where, in the final moments, Vina's true appearance -mangled from surgery and aged- is revealed. If any of that might help!! :)

Marcie said...

I'm trying to find a movie of the 50s where a scientist living in a remote area is fending off people who were disfigured by radiation. The music was really scary to a seven year old.

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