The Dungeons of Harrow
(1962) Directed by Pat Boyette (seriously, it was directed by Pat Boyette)"Some say that this is a bottom-of-the-barrel B-movie, but I say it's a great B-movie. You've got your cheap scenery, bad dialogue, bleeding colors, bad continuity, and some great stereotypes. "Plan 9 from Outer Space" eat your heart out! This movie is perfect. It all takes place on a island. A ship is sunk and the survivors land on it only to find that it is occupied by a sadistic mad count. He's locked away his poor deformed mad sister and likes to beat his Moor servant with a whip. Now, it's the survivors' turn. Written and directed by the great comic illustrator, Pat Boyette. Pat Boyette (July 27, 1923– January 14, 2000) was a comic book artist best known for two decades of work for Charlton Comics, where he co-created the character The Peacemaker. He sometimes used the pen names Sam Swell, Bruce Lovelace, and Alexander Barnes.