Hello and welcome back to a rather chilly cinema still trapped in the throes of the Wu Wu Flu. And, like that infamous bug which has spread throughout our world, we thought we could present a couple pieces of cinematic covid which spread across the planet in the mid-60s.
First up, after a few coming attractions and a Tom & Jerry cartoon, we bring you Porto Rico's most (in)famous commitment to celluloid, "Frankenstein Meets The Space Monster". If you don't know, this masterpiece deals with aliens wanting earth women and it's up to robot "Frank" to stop them. Then, after a brief intermission, we close out with 1966's Japanese mashup of spies and monsters, "Terror Beneath The Sea", featuring Sonny Chiba taking on a monster making mad scientist deep under the ocean.
Now, as you should already know, our little demented drive-in thrives on showing imported movies, but we thought we would promote that fact now and, like the China Covid, these two films have been around a long time, over staying their welcome.
Please click on the marqee or poster above to get on with this week's show or feel free to visit the Snack Bar for some good eats and fun stuff including a peek at some of our past "Shocker Internet Drive-In" features.
Oh, by the way, it does take a great deal of time to bring you these Drive-In blasts from the past. If you enjoyed the show and want to donate to our cause, feel free to click the PayPal "Donate" button. Any amount would be greatly appreciated and help us bring you more movies in the future. Your name could be added to our "Thank You" list at the Exit.
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