Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Zombies vs. Corman (NEWS)

This Friday Oct 26th, TCM returns from the dead with a full day of old school, undead action: Voodoo Island (’57), Zombies on Broadway (’45), King of the Zombies (’41), Revenge of the Zombies (’43), Zombies of Mora Tau (’57), and White Zombie (’32.) Then hang around as Roger Corman splatters his own crypt with A Bucket of Blood (’59), Creature from the Haunted Sea (’61), The Pit & the Pendulum (’61), and The Terror (’63.) And to end the night on an extra spooky note, Herk Harvey’s cult classic Carnival of Souls (’62.)

As usual, visit TCM for all the details!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

zombies on broadway is more like a comedy but still fun....this is a good line up of movies.

Anonymous said...

Lots of classics! A couple I actually have never seen too. Thanks for the update! Setting it up to record now.

Anonymous said...

I've never even heard of Zombies on Broadway, gorgeous poster art though! I'll definitely check it out.

Karswell said...

It's possible I may have never seen Revenge of the Zombies, it doesn't sound familiar to me anyway. Just when you think you've seen all the Monogram cheapies...

Eric said...

I own the creepy organ soundtrack to Carnival of Souls. Love it.