WITCHTRAP
1989, Vinegar Syndrome, 92 min, USA, Dir: Kevin Tenney

A group of parapsychologists investigates a famously haunted inn in hopes of ridding it of spirits. But they are no match for the evil within in this gory supernatural horror film from the director of WITCHBOARD (for which this is not a sequel, a fact famously plastered all over the original video cover)


SUDDEN FEAR
1952, Cohen Film, 110 min, USA, Dir: David Miller

Joan Crawford gives an Oscar-nominated performance as a San Francisco playwright who marries a virile actor (Jack Palance) she’d rejected for one of her plays. Little does she know, he plans to drop the final curtain on her. Stylish and suspenseful, this is one of Crawford’s very best movies. With Gloria Grahame.


KILLER THAT STALKED NEW YORK
1950, Sony Repertory, 79 min, USA, Dir: Earl McAvoy

Evelyn Keyes, in thrall to a truly despicable crook (Charles Korvin), agrees to carry into the States $40,000 worth of jewels smuggled out of Cuba. What she doesn’t know is that she’s contracted the smallpox virus and is spreading it all over Manhattan. What she learns is that her man is cheating on her - with her sister (Lola Albright)! What she wants is revenge! A truly exciting and underappreciated film featuring a compelling performance by Keyes. Featuring Dorothy Malone and Barry Kelley.


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