Best Horror Movies of 1969

1.

Night Gallery

3.9
7.6/10 IMDB

This anthology telefilm aired on NBC on November 8, 1969, and tells three strange tales: "The Cemetery," directed by Boris Sagal; "Eyes," directed by Steven Spielberg; and "The Escape Route," directed by Barry Shear. This film also served as a backdoor pilot for the TV series of the same name, which premiered on December 16, 1970.

Starring: Joan Crawford, Ossie Davis, Richard Kiley, Roddy McDowall, Barry Sullivan, Tom Bosley, George Macready, Sam Jaffe, Norma Crane, Barry Atwater ..
Directed by: Steven Spielberg, Barry Shear, Boris Sagal
Release date: 1969-11-08
2.

What Ever Happened to Aunt Alice?

3.6
6.9/10 IMDB

As Aunt Alice, Ruth Gordon applies for the job of housekeeper in the Tucson, Arizona home of widow Claire Marrable in order to find out what happened to a missing widowed friend, Edna Tilsney. The crazed Page, left only a stamp album by her husband, takes money from her housekeepers, kills them, and buries the bodies in her garden. Alice is a widow too. So is neighbor Harriet Vaughn. Lots of widows here.

Starring: Geraldine Page, Ruth Gordon, Rosemary Forsyth, Robert Fuller, Mildred Dunnock, Joan Hungtington, Peter Brandon, Michael Barbera, Peter Bonerz, Richard Angarola ..
Directed by: Lee H. Katzin
Release date: 1969-08-20
3.

Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed

3.5
6.8/10 IMDB

Blackmailing a young couple to assist with his horrific experiments the Baron, desperate for vital medical data, abducts a man from an insane asylum. On route the abductee dies and the Baron and his assistant transplant his brain into a corpse. The creature is tormented by a trapped soul in an alien shell and, after a visit to his wife who violently rejects his monstrous form, the creature wreaks his revenge on the perpetrator of his misery: Baron Frankenstein.

Starring: Peter Cushing, Veronica Carlson, Freddie Jones, Simon Ward, Thorley Walters, Maxine Audley, George Pravda, Caron Gardner ..
Directed by: Terence Fisher
Release date: 1969-05-22
Best Horror Movies of 1969 : Invocation of My Demon Brother
4.

Invocation of My Demon Brother

3.3
6.6/10 IMDB

The shadowing forth of Our Lord Lucifer, as the Power of Darkness gather at a midnight mass. The dance of the Magus widdershins around the Swirling Spiral Force, the solar swastika, until the Bringer of Light—Lucifer—breaks through.

Starring: Kenneth Anger, Bobby Beausoleil, Bill Beutel, Mick Jagger, Lenore Kandel, Anton LaVey, Anita Pallenberg, Keith Richards, Kenneth Anger, Bobby Beausoleil ..
Directed by: Kenneth Anger
Release date: 1969-10-10
5.

The Oblong Box

3.2
6.0/10 IMDB

Aristocrat Julian Markham keeps his disfigured brother, Sir Edward, locked in a tower of his house. Occasionaly Sir Edward escapes and causes havoc around the town.

Starring: Vincent Price, Christopher Lee, Rupert Davies, Uta Levka, Sally Geeson, Alister Williamson, Peter Arne, Hilary Dwyer, Maxwell Shaw, Carl Rigg ..
Directed by: Gordon Hessler
Release date: 1969-06-11
Best Horror Movies of 1969 : The Lottery
6.

The Lottery

2.9
7.2/10 IMDB

Every year, on June 27th, in a small village in New England, inhabited by no more than 300 people, a lottery is held in which a family is chosen as part of a ritual to ensure a good harvest.

Starring: Olive Dunbar, William Benedict, William Fawcett, Joe Haworth, Ed Begley Jr., Jim Boles, Donna Bowen, Blanche Bronte, Alan Brown, Nancy Hale ..
Directed by: Larry Yust
Release date: 1969-01-02
Best Horror Movies of 1969 : Daughter of the Mind
7.

Daughter of the Mind

2.7
6.3/10 IMDB

Professor Samuel Hale Constable (Ray Milland) is a government expert in the field of cybernetics. He and his wheelchair-bound wife Lenore (Gene Tierney) became parents late in life, only to lose their daughter Mary (Pamelyn Ferdin) before she reached adolescence. Now their daughter's spirit seems to be reaching out to her grief-stricken father from beyond the grave, encouraging him to give up the important project on which he's been working. This 20th Century-Fox production premiered on ABC-TV as the "ABC Movie of the Week."

Starring: Don Murray, Ray Milland, Gene Tierney, Barbara Dana, Ed Asner, Pamelyn Ferdin, William Beckley, Ivor Barry, George Macready, John Carradine ..
Directed by: Walter Grauman
Release date: 1969-12-09
8.

Shadow of Death

2.6
5.9/10 IMDB

The film begins when a stranger arrives in town. He takes quickly to his former mistress, Denise, who is happily married to John, and has an affair with his identiske twin brother Peter. They plan together to drive John crazy. After unsuccessful attempts to blackmail the couple receive the stranger, Gert, to help them with their evil plan.

Starring: Larry Ward, Teresa Gimpera, Giacomo Rossi-Stuart, Silvana Venturelli, Fernando Sánchez Polack, Eugenio Navarro, Javier de Rivera, José Bastida ..
Directed by: Javier Setó
Release date: 1969-11-03
9.

Eye of the Cat

2.6
6.0/10 IMDB

A man and his girlfriend plan to rob the mansion of the man's eccentric but wealthy aunt. However, the aunt keeps dozens of cats in her home, and the man is deathly afraid of cats.

Starring: Michael Sarrazin, Gayle Hunnicutt, Eleanor Parker, Tim Henry, Laurence Naismith, Jennifer Leak, Linden Chiles, Mark Herron, Annabelle Garth, Tullia ..
Directed by: David Lowell Rich
Release date: 1969-06-18
10.

The Witchmaker

2.4
5.4/10 IMDB

A psychic researcher and his assistants investigate a series of murders of beautiful young women.

Starring: Anthony Eisley, Thordis Brandt, Alvy Moore, John Lodge, Diane Webber, Shelby Grant, Tony Benson, Robyn Millan, Kathy Lynn, Sue Bernard ..
Directed by: William O. Brown
Release date: 1969-05-01

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