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However, the majors’ standoffishness had an effect they didn’t anticipate: drive-in owners began turning to the more affordable independent studios for their fare. The enduring success of the drive-in leveled the playing field for the independents, and by the late 1950s just about anyone with an interest in moviemaking and a bit of money could shoot a film and get it shown to a paying audience—even if the self-appointed filmmaker had no business being behind a camera. The growing independents and the major studios alike were wise to another industry development: by the mid-1950s teenagers had become a dominant moviegoing audience.
Turn on the master and finish him off. . The automobile! . ”). Good thing police lab director Chet Walker (Richard Denning) is on the case, spending almost Quatermass 2 (1957) no time whatsoever in his lab and instead chasing down the mobster, the scientist, and their creature Quatermass 2, also known as Enemy from Space, was army. S. Air a classy effort from the United Kingdom’s Hammer Force to help him track the killer. (Wouldn’t they Film Productions. ) who got his start in British television serials.
To achieve his goal, Lugosi has Zucco give out bad directions to young women and then corners them in his mansion, where his experiments leave woman after woman in a pale zombie stupor. It’s not the greatest plan, since the authorities would surely have noted several disappearances in the same part of town, but it doesn’t matter—Lugosi’s evil designs are thwarted when his next victim (Louise Currie) picks up a handsome love interest (Tod Andrews) on the way to the mansion (it seems he inexplicably let his car run out of gas).
10,000 Ways to Die by Alex Cox