The Vampire Lovers is two Draculas in one! (1970)
Although the source material is from an older vampire novel, the events of The Vampire Lovers will be familiar to horror fans.
The Telephone Book (1971)
A dirty phone call leads to an adventure of self-discovery in this art-inflected satire of sex comedies.
The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave (1971)
A serial-killer’s new wife is haunted by the ghost of his old one.
What Have You Done to Solange? (1972)
A cradle-robbing gym teacher is accused of brutal sex-murders at a Catholic girl’s school.
Night of the Lepus (1972)
It’s wabbit season. This time the wabbits are the hunters.
The Red Queen Kills Seven Times (1972)
A family curse guarantees two sisters will be at each other’s throats.
Sugar Cookies (1973)
When an adult film director murders one of his stars, her former lover hatches an elaborate revenge plan.
In Thriller, Tony the pimp learns it’s hard to find good help these days. (1973)
No one wants to work anymore. Not even mute women forced into drug addiction and prostitution.
The Loreley’s Grasp (1973)
The thing I really don’t get is she turns into a fish to hunt on land? How does that make sense?
Theater of Blood (1973)
Bad notices in the press by a sadistic cabal of critics drive a Shakespearean actor to homicide.
The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue (1974)
Two women witness zombie attacks but the men have to have their faces practically chewed off before they’ll believe it happened.
Dan Curtis’ Dracula (1974)
The Bram Stoker adaptation that dares to include all the aimless travel sequences.
Night Moves (1975)
A private investigator gets distracted by his own life drama while trying to track down a runaway.
The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane is a once but once-only watch. (1976)
The ultimate latch-key kid has a unique way of dealing with nosey neighbors.
Logan’s Run (1976)
A Sandman goes to the Jellicle Ball, then learns the facts of life from Hercule Poirot.
Island of Death (1976)
This movie would be a great travel promotion for a sleepy Greek island if it wasn’t for all the blood.
Murder By Death (1976)
A star-studded cast brings to life many classic detectives to solve the murder of Truman Capote.