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Friday, November 4, 2016

Underrated '66 - Justine Johnson

Justine Johnson is an obsessive former video-store employee and current midnight movie curator at The Black Box in Providence, Rhode Island. You can reach her via the internet on Twitter @moviessexa.

Check out her many other RPS lists as well:
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Madame X Directed by David Lowell Rich
A wonderful, melodramatic tearjerker. Socialite Lana Turner is forced to fake her own death after the death of her lover, leading to a sinful life filled with booze and countless men. Just great stuff.

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Mondo Keyhole
Directed by Jack Hill

"The motion picture you are about to see presents a dramatized study of a man and woman whose dreams and fantasies take on a life and a power of their own." I don't really want to get too detailed but this one has a little bit of everything. But does it have Horny housewives in monsters masks? Yes. Yes it does.
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Jimmy, The Boy Wonder
Directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis

This movie is bonkers and would have given me insane nightmares had I seen it as a child.
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The Family Way
Directed by John Mills

Hayley Mills and Hywel Bennett play a young married couple whom have yet to consummate their union. Although I prefer the two thrillers that they made together, they have undeniable chemistry and this family drama is delightful.
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Lord Love a Duck
Directed by George Axelrod

Worth it just to hear Tuesday Weld say Periwinkle Pussycat.
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Seconds
Directed by John Frankenheimer

This movie gives me nightmares every single time I watch it.

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