Dante’s Inferno (1935) – Harry Lachman

Spencer Tracy gets a glimpse of hell in the next title featured in DK Books’ Monsters in the Movies, Dante’s Inferno. Tracy plays Carter, a forceful and determined young man, who finds success and a pathway to greed, avarice and more when he joins a concessionaire run by Pop McWade (Henry B. Walthall). After a…

Doctor Who (Jon Pertwee) – Inferno

  Season 7 and Jon Pertwee’s first as The Doctor comes to an end with this seven part story that was written by Don Houghton that ran from 9 May to 20 June, 1970. It was the first story to see the Doctor slip sideways through time and space and end up on a parallel…

Doctor Who (William Hartnell) – The Romans

  What starts out as a lighthearted vacation in ancient Rome for The Doctor (Hartnell) and his fellow travellers changes to all-out adventure in this adventure written by Dennis Spooner. Airing from 16 January to 6 February, 1965, this was definitely the most humorous story to be featured in the Doctor Who universe at that…

The Black Hole (1979)

I remember having the V.I.N.C.E.N.T. and Maximilian pencil holders when I was a kid, as well as some of the action figures, the soundtrack album, as well as the storybook album, the comics and finally I had a giant puzzle from the CNE one year. And I remember watching this film in the theater, Perkins’…

Suspiria (1977)

So Dario Argento finds his way onto the 101 Horror Movies list again with what is called his masterpiece, Suspiria. The story is fairly simple and the murders are just as bloody as they were in Profondo Rosso. A young American, Suzy Bannion (Jessica Harper) arrives at the Freiburg academy, which specializes in dance. However…