1960s

Kuroneko (1968)

Kuroneko – 藪の中の黒猫 Yabu no Naka no Kuroneko – is a 1968 Japanese horror film directed by Kaneto Shindo. The English title translates as “Black Cat”. (The Japanese title translates as “Black cat in a [bamboo] grove”.) A mother, Yone (Nobuko Otowa) and daughter-in-law Shige… Read More ›

It’s Alive! (1969)

‘Trapped in a cave of terror!’ It’s Alive! is a 1969 American horror film written, edited, produced and directed by Larry Buchanan (The Loch Ness Horror; Zontar: The Thing from Venus; The Naked Witch). The film’s screenplay was apparently based on… Read More ›

Matango (1963)

Matango (マタンゴ) – also known as Matango, Fungus of Terror and Attack of the Mushroom People – is a 1963 Japanese tokusatsu movie. It was directed by Ishirō Honda (The Human Vapour; The H-Man; Godzilla) from a screenplay by Takeshi Kimura, based on the story “The Voice in the Night” by William Hope… Read More ›

The Snake Woman (1960)

‘Nothing ever struck you like…’ The Snake Woman is a 1960 British horror film directed by Sidney J. Furie (The Entity; Doctor Blood’s Coffin) from a screenplay by American Orville H. Hampton (The Alligator People; Mesa of Lost Women; Lost Continent)…. Read More ›