Tag: Universal

Creatures from lagoons and Its from space: 3D Jack Arnold Double Feature at the Trylon next weekend

Creatures from lagoons and Its from space: 3D Jack Arnold Double Feature at the Trylon next weekend

Minneapolis’ newly-renovated (bigger! stronger! faster!) Trylon Cinema will host a pair of classic Jack Arnold-directed creature-features next weekend – 1953’s It Came From Outer Space and 1954’s Creature From the Black Lagoon, both of which will be presented in anaglyphic 3D from 35mm prints. Tickets are available now […]

Saturday Monster Matinee: Virgil Vogel’s ‘The Land Unknown’

Saturday Monster Matinee: Virgil Vogel’s ‘The Land Unknown’

A trio of naval researchers and an intrepid journalist find themselves lost in a prehistoric oasis after their expedition crash lands while investigating a mysterious warm water region in Antarctica. There they must contend with voracious dinosaurs, killer plants, and one crazed survivalist, all while trying to […]

In den Klauen der Tiefe: <br>The Mole People  (1956)

In den Klauen der Tiefe:
The Mole People (1956)

The Mole People is reviewed from Anolis Entertainment’s region B-locked Blu-ray, released on April 17 of this year. The disc is limited to 1000 copies and can be found at Amazon.de and elsewhere. From over-achieving B’s like Tarantula! and The Monolith Monsters to outright classics like The Incredible Shrinking […]

Das Geheimnis des Steinernen Monsters: The Monolith Monsters (1957)

Das Geheimnis des Steinernen Monsters: The Monolith Monsters (1957)

The Monolith Monsters is reviewed from Anolis Entertainment’s region B-locked Blu-ray, released on March 28 of this year. The disc is limited to 999 copies and can be found at Amazon.de and elsewhere. 1957 seems to have been a good year to be a dangerous rock in […]

Blu Notes: King Kong vs. Godzilla (1963) & King Kong Escapes (1968)

Blu Notes: King Kong vs. Godzilla (1963) & King Kong Escapes (1968)

Note: This article is concerned with the Blu-ray editions of King Kong vs. Godzilla and King Kong Escapes as opposed to the films themselves. While no coverage of the films currently exists at ExB, old articles about each can be had at Wtf-Film. You’ll find them here […]