The First Annual EnglishCaddy Film Festival!
This long forgotten genre of films represents a time when directors had to rely on acting and not special effects to shock and terrify you. There is something about black and white that adds another chilling effect. In many cases the technology existed to shoot many of the films in color, but the directors preferred black and white as it created an eerie atmosphere in the cinema. You too can create that same atmosphere at home at night with all the lights out.
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All films can be viewed in full scream (I mean screen)
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Difficulty levels of films are marked with "♦"s
♦ Relatively easy
♦♦ More complex plot or dialogue
♦♦♦Complex plot or dialogue
The links will take you to the page where the film can be viewed.
Horror Express 1973Can it be stopped?
Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing are united again this time under the direction of Eugenio Martin. Christopher Lee plays an anthropologist who is transporting-via the Trans-Siberian express-a frozen monster he discovered in Manchuria. The monster thaws and terror rains! IMDB page
Bucket of Blood 1959
The Terror 1963
There's No Rest For The Wicked Directed by Roger Corman and starring Jack Nicholson and Boris Karloff! Filmed in just 4 days this is a story of a young officer in Napoleon's army who pursues a mysterious woman to the castle of an elderly Baron where he discovers that she is the pawn of an old witch bent on driving the Baron to suicide. IMDB page
Little Shop of Horrors 1960The funniest picture this year! Considered a Corman masterpiece. This blends comedy with "horror". Truly strange characters complete the cast, a sadistic dentist, a clumsy nerd, and a beauty with big dreams. IMDB page
Night of the Living Dead 1968♦♦
They won't stay dead! The dead are reanimated and must feast on the flesh of the living. Released in 1968 and directed by George A. Romero this is the first in the many living dead films... Can you hide? Can you trust your friends? IMDB page
Horror of the Zombies 1974
Banned in Germany. Directed by Amando Ossorio, this film is the last of the "Blind Dead" series filmed in Spain. Slow pacing and cliché this film is easy to understand and is so bad it has a particular charm. IMDB page
White Zombie 1931♦
The Dead Walk Among Us! Directed by but rumored to be directed by himself, this film tells the story of a young man who turns to a witch doctor to lure the woman he loves away from her fiance, but instead turns her into a zombie slave. Excellent acting using a technique of German silent films long forgotten.
Dead People 1973 (a.k.a. Messiah of Evil)
Silent Night, Bloody Night 1974
"When I die then there will be no one left to remember the things that happened here." An underrated slasher/thriller written and directed by Theodore Gershuny. The mansion... the madness... the maniac... no escape. IMDB page
Scared to Death 1947
The Mad Monster 1942
The blood of a wolf he placed in the veins of a man... and created a monster such as the world has never known! Sam Newfield presents the story of a mad scientist who changes his gardener into a werewolf. Predictable and camp, but great use of lighting and drama. IMDB page
The Young and Innocent 1937♦A romantic murder-mystery drama! Man on the run from a murder charge enlists a beautiful stranger who must put herself at risk for his cause. IMDB page
The Thirty-Nine Steps 1935♦♦♦
Handcuffed to the girl who double-crossed him. A man in London tries to help a counterespionage agent. But when the agent is killed and he stands accused, he must go on the run to both save himself and also stop a spy ring trying to steal top secret information. IMDB page
Good Taste Made Bad Taste 1988♦♦
What to do in a Zombie attack 2004♦
Une parodie basée sur des scènes typiques que l'on peut retrouver dans plusieurs films de zombie.