The Flesh and the Fiends (1960)
A pair of innovators discover a unique way to disrupt the medical supplies market and are punished for it by the populist masses.
Carry On Constable (1960)
The Carry On team turns in a fair cop comedy.
Are you prepared for a Honeymoon of Terror? (1961)
Frank and Marion abandon their Vegas honeymoon for camping on a deserted island only to discover it’s occupied by a murderer.
Carry On Regardless (1961)
When times are hard, you take what work you can get. And sometimes the result is a collection of loosely related comic sketches.
Carnival of Souls (1962)
After a terrifying street race accident leaves Mary the only un-drowned passenger, she finds herself entirely unable to reconnect with the world around her — and haunted by apparitions of the dead.
Carry On Cruising (1962)
Captain Crowther is looking to move on, but will his new crew sabotage his chance at glory?
Carry On Cabby (1963)
This unwelcome return to black-and-white features a lot of K-turns and retrograde politics.
Castle of the Living Dead (1964)
A reclusive count hires an acting troupe to perform for him… forever!
Horror of Party Beach (1964)
Monsters made of fish and hot dogs terrorize a Connecticut beach.
The Night Walker (1964)
Irene has such bad luck with men even the ones she dreams about are manipulative jerks.
The Masque of the Red Death (1964)
A better-than-the-original take on an Edgar Allan Poe classic.
Carry On Spying (1964)
Not the best spy spoof, but certainly one of the first.
Carry On Jack (1964)
Returning to lighter topics, but with fewer of the series regulars, this Carry On relies too much on slapstick and a cross-dressing plot.
Cat Ballou (1965)
A drunken, washed-up gunfighter struggles to reclaim center stage from the whitebread, upstart imposters who have taken over.
The 10th Victim (1965)
Ursula Andress and Marcello Mastroianni play a deadly game of cat and mouse except the mouse is borderline suicidal and the cat likes to make things overly complicated.
A smuggler gets the runaround in Trans-Europ-Express (1966)
A drug mule’s job is complicated by his employers, the police, his sexual obsessions, and the movie’s production team.
An underprepared space-agent has to save the world from ultimate space-evil but hasn’t got a space-thing to wear.