Screaming Mimi 1958 Part II: “The way he looks after her, you’d think a bossom was something unique”

Part II in the series. See also Part 1: Ripper vs Stripper… Yolanda splayed out on the stage, ‘the penis rope’ stroking her naked legs, she is captivating and captive! The character of Joann Gypsy Masters refers to Yolanda as her “my new cupcake,” and proclaims her to be “the greatest thing in the history … Continue reading Screaming Mimi 1958 Part II: “The way he looks after her, you’d think a bossom was something unique”

Screaming Mimi (1958) Part 1: Ripper vs Stripper…

Screaming Mimi 1958 starring Anita Ekberg Anita Ekberg-Actress, Goddess and kitten lover! Yolanda and her Great Dane known as “DEVIL” ouch!!!!!!!!!! Screaming Mimi 1958 A psycho-sexual KINKY/ FILM NOIR, Starring the Swedish Love Goddess Anita Ekberg, Phil Carey, Gyspsy Rose Lee, Harry Townes, and features the music of The Red Norvo Trio Screen Play by … Continue reading Screaming Mimi (1958) Part 1: Ripper vs Stripper…

Coming soon to the Drive In: Screaming Mimi (1958) Ripper vs Stripper!

Screaming Mimi 1958 An obscure Psycho/Sexual Film Noir  directed by Gerd Oswald and starring the gorgeous European love goddess Anita Ekberg as stripper Yolanda Lange. Based on the 1949 mystery novel by Frederic Brown called The Screaming Mimi a story about The Strip Tease Murder Case.

Queen B’s of 1950s Science Fiction & Horror 🎃

This Halloween season I’m covering those fierce women who graced the 1950s Science Fiction & Fantasy/Horror screen with their beauty, brawn and bravado! Like years past–I pay tribute to the Scream Queens of the 1930s & 1940s MonsterGirl’s Halloween 🎃 2015 special feature! the Heroines, Scream Queens & Sirens of 30s Horror Cinema! Heroines & Scream … Continue reading Queen B’s of 1950s Science Fiction & Horror 🎃

🚀 Keep Watching the Skies! Science Fiction Cinema of the 1950s: The Year is 1953

BUD & LOU, CAT-WOMEN, JEKYLL & HYDE, HOSTILE BRAINS and HOSTILE MARTIANS… IT CAME FROM… AND MUCH MUCH MORE! Abbott and Costello go to Mars They’re too wild for one world! Source-courtesy of Getty Images Directed by Charles Lamont. Starring those 2 brilliant comedians Budd Abbott and Lou Costello, as Lester and Orville. With Mari … Continue reading 🚀 Keep Watching the Skies! Science Fiction Cinema of the 1950s: The Year is 1953

Film Noir ♥ Transgression Into the Cultural Cinematic Gutter: From Shadowland to Psychotronic Playground

“Unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive and will come forth later in uglier ways.” ― Sigmund Freud “Ladies and gentlemen- welcome to violence; the word and the act. While violence cloaks itself in a plethora of disguises, its favorite mantle still remains sex.” — Narrator from Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! (1965) THE … Continue reading Film Noir ♥ Transgression Into the Cultural Cinematic Gutter: From Shadowland to Psychotronic Playground

A Trailer a Day Keeps the Boogeyman Away! The Sniper (1952)

THE SNIPER 1952 “Hungrily, he watched her walk down the street…and then he squeezed the trigger!” There’s a crazed sniper picking off brunettes, as the police scramble to try and profile the psychology of the killer on the loose! Gritty psycho-sexual film noir based on a story by Edna & Edward Anhalt. Screenplay by Harry … Continue reading A Trailer a Day Keeps the Boogeyman Away! The Sniper (1952)

MonsterGirl’s 150 Days of Classic Horror!

Good Evening… MonsterGirl here, to let you know that I’ve decided to give myself a challenge. I know I write a lot about obscure gems and I do love shining my flashlight on the deep cobwebby corners of cinema throwing a little Joey radiance on films you might not ordinarily think of. But I got … Continue reading MonsterGirl’s 150 Days of Classic Horror!

William Castle’s: The Tingler (1959) “There’s not a worm in your backbone when you get scared!”

Or the miracle of PERCEPTO! “We must have buzzed 20 million behinds!”-William Castle THE TINGLER 1959 Directed by William Castle, written by Robb White and starring Vincent Price, as Dr. Warren Chapin, Patricia Cutts as Isabel Stevens Chapin, Judith Evelyn as Martha Higgins, Philip Coolidge as Ollie Higgins, Darryl Hickman as David Morris, Chapin’s young … Continue reading William Castle’s: The Tingler (1959) “There’s not a worm in your backbone when you get scared!”

From The Vault: Who Killed Teddy Bear?(1965)

“Why with everybody else – why with every slob … and not with me?” WHO KILLED TEDDY BEAR? (1965) Sal Mineo (Rebel Without A Cause 1955 The Young Don’t Cry 1957) plays yet another troubled youth, this time he’s a busboy at a disco. His name is Lawrence Sherman, who has had a turbulent childhood … Continue reading From The Vault: Who Killed Teddy Bear?(1965)