061) 10/20/2019 Billy the Kid vs. Dracula (1966) 1/2 John Carradine shamefully hams it up as Dracula taking on Billy the Kid. The premise could have been fun if the film weren't so freaking stupid. So, you can fire as many shots at Dracula as you like but hit him in the face with a gun and he's out cold? Piffle. Carradine is so over the top he falls on his ass, as does this film. 062) 10/20/2019 Blood from the Mummy's Tomb (1971) 1/2 Unique mummy film is pretty much mummy-less. An evil Egyptian queen's spirit passes into the newborn daughter of one her tomb's violators. Now that this offspring is about to turn 21, all hell is going to break loose. Valerie Leon is gorgeous as the possessed but was dubbed for some reason. Good character actors fill most of the other roles. A little muddled, probably because the original director died before realizing his vision. 063) 10/20/2019 And Soon the Darkness (1970) 1/2 Slow-burn thriller about young woman's search for his missing chum. The two of them were biking across France, had a row, and separated. Could she be another victim of mysterious killer on the loose? The story is pretty thin and stretched out longer than it should be. But Pamela Franklin is a likable lead and there are plenty of suspicious looking locals who might be the villain. 064) 10/21/2019 La Rose Ecorchée (1970) Billed as France's first sex-horror film! Well, there's not much sex but plenty of T&A. On the night she is married beautiful woman is severely burned due to freak accident. Her new husband gets lucky when it tuns out one of his employees is disgraced plastic surgeon not wanting to be exposed for recent crimes. (Think Bela Lugosi from The Raven.) Atmospheric and beautifully shot with lots of pretty gals. But even by 1970 this basic plot had been done several times and there's nothing fresh until the unexpected finale.