When landbaron Corey tries to force homesteaders out of the territory, Marshal Sullivan singlehandedly disrupts his smooth running operation.
Perversely delightful, often hilarious, anddownright horrifying. Chaney is the household master of an eerie mansion full of regressive psychos. A tasty blend of pure horror and black comedy that keeps you coming back for more. Although he was probably hitting the sauce pretty hard during this period, Lon really gives it his best shot. The result is a minor cult classic.
This highly influential cult classic from writer-director Jack Hill (Switchblade Sisters, Foxy Brown) tells the demented and darkly comic tale of the Merrye children -- Elizabeth (Beverly Washburn), Virginia (Jill Banner) and Ralph (Sid Haig)-- all of whom suffer from a rare genetic malady that causes its victims to mentally regress to a condition of "pre-human savagery and cannibalism."
The children live in the old family mansion, and though under the cautious guardianship of chauffeur Bruno (Lon Chaney Jr.), they manage to terrorize anyone or anything which passes through the gates. So when the family is visited by a pair of distant relatives and their greedy lawyer, a wild night of murderous thrills ensues.
Dark Sky Films proudly presents the Director's Cut of Spider Baby, transferred and restored in High Definition from the original 35mm negative under the personal supervision of Jack Hill and featuring previously lost footage.
The Merrye children -- Elizabeth, Virginia, and Ralph-- suffer from a rare genetic malady in which they mentally regress to a condition of "pre-human savagery and cannibalism." They live in the old family mansion where they terrorize and kill anything which passes through the gates. When the Merryes are visited by a pair of distant relatives and their greedy lawyer a wild evening of bizarre and murderous thrills ensues.
Henry Fonda stars in this nontraditional Western based on E.L. Doctorow's novel as broken-down sheriff Will Blue, who tries to defend his town from a mysterious outlaw.
Two Country & Western singers and their manager are en route to the Nashville Jamboree but become tired and stop to rest in an abandoned mansion. Little do they know, but the basement of the old house is headquarters for the evil Madame Wong and her entourage of foreign spies.
E.L. Doctorow's nontraditional Western comes to life in this 1967 adaptation from director Burt Kennedy and Henry Fonda. Fonda stars as aging sheriff Will Blue who finds his resolve faltering in the face of unrepentant evil. A nameless drifter (Aldo Ray as the 'Man from Bodie') terrorizes the aptly named town of Hard Times, freely killing, and raping. Finally, he decides to burn the town down as a parting gift and a reminder of their sheriff's inability to protect it.
The citizens of the sleepy town of Stone Junction want nothing more than to lynch the outlaw they have sitting in their jail. But they'll have to get through hard-bitten U.S. Marshal Johnny Reno first! In a story of courage, romance and revenge, Dana Andrews (Laura, The Best Years of Our Lives) portrays Reno, a man of ideals who finds himself standing alone against the powder keg of mob justice. Also starring film legends Jane Russell (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes) and Lon Chaney Jr. (The Wolf Man), Johnny Reno packs enough pistol-packing action to keep you riveted through the final, gun-blazing showdown!
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