July: SAT 7/1 6:30 AM: The Mummy ('32) 7:45 AM: Island of Lost Souls ('33): Adaptation of The Island of Dr. Moreau. SAT 7/8 8:00 PM: Bride of Frankenstein ('35) SUN 7/9 2:15 AM: The Invisible Man ('33) WED 7/12 7:45 AM: Hamlet ('48): There's a ghost in it, okay? Not a lot of genre pickings so far this month. THU 7/13 6:15 AM: Mad Love ('35): Peter Lorre adaptation of "Hands of Orlac" story. 10:00 AM: The Seventh Victim ('43): Val Lewton satanism thriller. 11:15 AM: The Sorcerers ('67): Boris Karloff as mind-controlling hypnotist. 12:45 PM: The Brain that Wouldn't Die ('62): Scientist keeps disembodied head alive. 2:15 PM: Horror Hotel ('60): AKA The City of the Dead, British witchcraft thriller set in America, with Christopher Lee and a British cast doing American accents. From the same director as the original Kolchak movie The Night Stalker and Gene Roddenberry's Genesis II pilot movie. 6:30 PM: The Terror ('63): Roger Corman haunted-castle film with Karloff and Jack Nicholson. 8:00 PM: Lost Horizon ('37): Frank Capra's film about Shangri-La, with Ronald Colman and Jane Wyatt. Full-length restored edition, albeit with several scenes in audio only, combined with publicity stills. SAT 7/15 Noon: Angels in the Outfield ('51): Original version of fantasy-comedy about angels helping a baseball team cheat, or something. 6:00 PM: Five Million Years to Earth ('68): AKA Quatermass and the Pit. MON 7/17 2:15 AM: A Touch of Zen ('71): Originally Xiá Nǚ (Hero Woman), a classic Taiwanese wuxia film cited as an influence on Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. TUE 7/18 6:00 AM: Vampyr ('32): Early vampire film, obviously. 7:15 AM: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde ('20): Silent John Barrymore version. 8:30 AM: The Wasp Woman ('60) 9:45 AM: The Wolf Man ('41) 11:00 AM: The Reptile ('66): British horror film about a curse and a snake monster. 12:45 PM: The Green Slime ('69) 2:30 PM: The Picture of Dorian Gray ('45) 4:30 PM: From Beyond the Grave ('73): Amicus horror anthology framed by Peter Cushing as the proprietor of a shop of magical antiques. With Donald Pleasance and David Warner. 6:15 PM: Stephen King's Cat's Eye ('85): Another horror anthology, with Drew Barrymore and James Woods. WED 7/19 12:15 PM: The Most Dangerous Game ('32) THU 7/20 6:00 PM: Brainstorm ('83): Douglas Trumbull's virtual-reality thriller with Christopher Walken. Natalie Wood's last film. WED 7/26 6:15 AM: The Body Snatcher ('45): Last Lugosi/Karloff teamup, directed by Robert Wise. 1:00 PM: Cat People ('42) 2:30 PM: House of Wax ('53) 4:15 PM: The Curse of the Cat People ('44) 5:30 PM: House on Haunted Hill ('58) THU 7/27 3:00 AM: The Birds ('63) FRI 7/28 4:15 AM: The Story of Mankind ('57): Irwin Allen's schlocky historical-fantasy epic. SAT 7/29 6:15 PM: Them! ('54) SUN 7/30 2:00 AM: The Hidden ('87): Alien-parasite thriller with Kyle MacLachlan. 3:45 AM: Deadly Friend ('86): I remember reading about this one in Starlog back in the day. Originally meant as a dark love story from Wes Craven (called just Friend), test audiences disapproved because they expected a gorefest like Craven's other films, so the studio made Craven add a bunch of violent scenes, pretty much losing the point of the story in the process.