It’s our annual celebration of horror movie villains for the month of October and we kick things off with Vincent Price’s classic revenge-seeking organist, Dr. Anton Phibes, who becomes horribly disfigured after an accident and seeks revenge on the medical team that let his wife die during surgery.
A trio of women decide to go against the Irish mob in the late 70s and take over, and expand, on the rackets their husbands ran before being arrested in The Kitchen, which is based on a Vertigo comic of the same name.
A feature of the animated The Archie Show from the late 60s, Archie, Jughead, Reggie, Betty, and Veronica formed The Archies and had a massive real-life hit in 1969 with “Sugar, Sugar”, which became the #1 song of the year after dominating the charts for four weeks upon its debut.
Created in the late ’60s by Sid and Marty Kroft, the animal gang known as The Banana Splits are coming back on SyFy later this year in an R rated horror remake where they go on a murderous rampage in the studio after it’s announced the show has been canceled.
In between the first and second series of Godzilla films from Toho, Hanna-Barbera acquired the rights to Godzilla and created an animated series that lasted for two season starting in 1978, where Godzilla (and his nephew Godzooky) assisted a research team in battling various threats around the globe.
40 years in the making, the final film from the legendary Orson Welles, The Other Side of the Wind, will be available to cinephiles on Netflix and in select theaters in November.
Patrolling the gritty streets of 1970’s New York City, James “Popeye” Doyle and his partner, Cloudy Russo, uncover a massive international drug ring run by French crime boss Alain Charnier and are willing to do whatever it takes to take him down.