The Terror (Dir. Roger Corman 1963): A lieutentant in Napoleon's army (a young Jack Nicholson) traces a mysterious woman to a castle on the Baltic coast and finds himself trapped by a mad baron (Boris Karloff). This highly enjoyable atmopsheric slice of low-budget horror from the great Roger Corman was also reportedly directed at points by future talents Francis Coppola and Peter Bogdanovich. Zombie The Hitch-hiker (Dir. Ida Lupino 1953): Brilliantly directed
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