1958

The Screaming Skull – USA, 1958

The Screaming Skull is a 1958 American horror film, written and produced by John Kneubuhl (Two on a Guillotine), inspired by the short story of the same name by Francis Marion Crawford. It was directed by Alex Nicol (A*P*E; The Night God Screamed; Point of Terror), who also plays the gardener)…. Read More ›

Macabre – USA, 1958

Macabre is a 1958 American horror mystery thriller film produced and directed by William Castle (Strait-Jacket; Mr. Sardonicus; House on Haunted Hill) from a screenplay by Robb White (Homicidal; 13 Ghosts; The Tingler) based on the novel The Marble Forest by Theo Durrant,… Read More ›

Beast from Haunted Cave – USA, 1958

  ‘Screaming young girls sucked into a labyrinth of horror by a blood-starved ghoul from hell.’ Beast from Haunted Cave is a 1958 horror/gangster/heist film directed by Monte Hellman (Silent Night, Deadly Night 3: Better Watch Out!) and starring Michael Forest, Frank Wolff (Cold Eyes of… Read More ›

She Demons – USA, 1958

‘From Beauty to BEAST!’ She Demons is a 1958 American horror film directed and co-written by Richard E. Cunha (Missile to the Moon; Frankenstein’s Daughter). Made in a tongue-in-cheek style of Men’s adventure magazines, Nazisploitation and Island of Lost Souls, the film was distributed by Astor Pictures as a double feature with Cunha’s Giant from the… Read More ›

Missile to the Moon – USA, 1958

‘… a strange and forbidding race …a giant fiendish creature’ Missile to the Moon is a 1958 American science fiction film with monsters directed by Richard E. Cunha (Giant from the Unknown; She Demons; Frankenstein’s Daughter) from a screenplay by H.E. Barrie and Vincent Fotre (Night of… Read More ›

The Fly – USA, 1958

‘The fly with the head of a man… and the man with the head of a fly!’ The Fly is a 1958 American science fiction horror film directed by Kurt Neumann. The screenplay was written by James Clavell (his first), from the short story “The Fly”… Read More ›

Monster on the Campus – USA, 1958

Monster on the Campus  is a 1958 American science fiction/horror film, released by Universal-International Pictures. It was directed by Jack Arnold (Tarantula, Creature from the Black Lagoon) from a script by David Duncan (The Time Machine, Fantastic Voyage). The film stars Arthur Franz, Joanna Moore, Judson Pratt, Nancy Walters and Troy Donahue. Plot:… Read More ›

Womaneater – UK, 1958

Womaneater – promoted as The Woman Eater – is a 1958 British horror film directed by Charles Saunders (The Man Without a Body) from a screenplay by Brandon Fleming. Producer Guido Coen later made Burke & Hare (1971). The film stars George Coulouris (Blood from the… Read More ›

The Brain Eaters – USA, 1958

‘Crawling, slimy-things terror-bent on destroying the world!’ The Brain Eaters is a 1958 American science fiction horror feature film directed by actor Bruno VeSota (Invasion of the Star Creatures) from a screenplay by Gordon Urquhart. The movie stars Ed Nelson, Alan Jay Factor, Joanna Lee, with… Read More ›

Fiend Without a Face – UK, 1958

‘New horrors! mad science spawns evil fiends!’ Fiend Without a Face is a 1958 British science fiction horror film directed by Arthur Crabtree (Horrors of the Black Museum) and produced by John Croydon. The film’s screenplay by Herbert J. Leder (director of It! and… Read More ›

I Bury the Living – USA, 1958

‘The most spine-chilling cry that ever froze the blood!…’ I Bury the Living is a 1958 American horror film co-produced and directed by Albert Band (Zoltan, Hound of Dracula; Ghoulies II; Doctor Mordrid), father of Charles Band, from a screenplay by co-producer Louis Garfinkle…. Read More ›

Earth vs. the Spider aka The Spider – USA, 1958

Earth vs. the Spider (also known as The Spider and Earth vs. the Giant Spider) is a 1958 American science fiction-horror film produced and directed by Bert I. Gordon, who also wrote the story, upon which the screenplay by George Worthing Yates and Laszlo Gorog is based. It stars Ed Kemmer, Eugene Persson and June Kenney. Join the Horrorpedia online community… Read More ›