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Enjoy 5 spine-tingling classics from Castle!

Iconic horror director William Castle created a simple, but winning formula for his films: a little comedy, a lot of scares, a preposterous gimmick, and a clear sense that fright films should be fun. This even meant Castle would, like Alfred Hitchcock, appear in his trailers and even the movies themselves.



Though his career spanned 35 years and included everything from westerns to crime thrillers, he'll always be remembered for his horror films from the late 50s to the mid-60s. Enjoy 5 of his spine-tingling classics!



13 Ghosts
(1960) Black and White 85 minutes Not Rated
Starring: Charles Herbert, Jo Morrow, Martin Milner, Rosemary DeCamp. Donald Woods, Margaret Hamilton

When an eccentric uncle wills a huge, ramshackle house to his impoverished family, they get the shock of a lifetime. Their new residence comes complete with a spooky housekeeper, plus a fortune in buried treasure and 12 horrifying ghosts.

13 Frightened Girls
(1963) Color 88 minutes Not Rated
Starring: Murray Hamilton, Joyce Taylor, Hugh Marlowe, Khigh Dhiegh, Charlie Briggs, Norma Varden

The girls of a Swiss boarding school have one thing in common they are all daughters of diplomats. One in particular finds out that she has a knack for espionage, and uncovers the murder of a Russian diplomat. Now she must escape using her girlish wiles.

Mr. Sardonicus
(1961) Black and White 90 minutes Not Rated
Starring: Ronald Lewis, Audrey Dalton, Guy Rolfe, Oskar Homolka, Vladimir Sokoloff, Erika Peters

Desperate to retrieve a winning lottery ticket, a greedy man unearths his father's corpse. An enormous jackpot is his reward, but not without a price: his face is frozen permanently into a hideous grin. He enlists his one-eyed servant to help him lift the curse.

Homicidal
(1961) Black and White 88 minutes Not Rated
Starring: Glenn Corbett, Patricia Breslin, Eugenie Leontovich, Alan Bunce, Richard Rust, James Westerfield

In the small town of Solvang, there's a killer on the loose and the nurse taking care of a wheelchair bound stroke victim has a bedside manner is to die for. As the truth is uncovered, a town's most chilling mystery will be revealed... and a family's darkest secret.

The Old Dark House
(1963) Color 87 minutes Not Rated
Starring: Tom Poston, Robert Morley, Janette Scott, Joyce Grenfell, Mervyn Jones, Fenella Fielding

An American car salesman living in London, is invited to spend the weekend at the Femm Estate. The Femms, trapped in the house due to an ancestor's will, live in fear as they are taken out one at a time. Tom is left to figure out who the killer is before he becomes a victim himself!

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Two Films from the Master of Fright!

Homicidal
(1961) B&W 88 minutes Not Rated
Glenn Corbett, Patricia Breslin, Eugenie Leontovich, Alan Bunce, Richard Rust, James Westerfield

In the small town of Solvang, there's a killer on the loose and the nurse taking care of a wheelchair bound stroke victim has a bedside manner is to die for. As the truth is uncovered, a town's most chilling mystery will be revealed... and a family's darkest secret.

Mr. Sardonicus
(1961) B&W 90 minutes Not Rated
Ronald Lewis, Audrey Dalton, Guy Rolfe, Oskar Homolka, Vladimir Sokoloff, Erika Peters

Desperate to retrieve a winning lottery ticket, a greedy man unearths his father's corpse. An enormous jackpot is his reward, but not without a price: his face is frozen permanently into a hideous grin. He enlists his one-eyed servant to help him lift the curse.

Latest News

  • Castle, William Francis

    03/17/17 ,via The Daily Progress

    William Francis Castle, 93, of Stuarts Draft, died Wednesday, March 15, 2017, at Oak Grove Manor. He was born September 29, 1923, in Lynbrook, New York, son of the late John and Anne Callahan Castle. He was also predeceased by brothers, John and 

  • These German 'Women' struggle with life after Nazis

    03/28/17 ,via USA TODAY

    World War II has inspired dozens of unforgettable novels, but Jessica Shattuck offers a mesmerizing new look at the aftermath of the war in The Women in the Castle (William Morrow, 356 pp., ***½ out of four stars). The fictional Marianne von Lingenfels

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Recipes

  • Pink Castle Cake

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  • Sand Castle Brownie Mix

    cocoa powder, brown sugar, eggs, flaked coconut, flour, nuts, semisweet chocolate chips, sugar, vanilla extract, vegetable oil

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William Castle - IMDb

William Castle, Producer: House on Haunted Hill. William Castle was born on April 24, 1914 in New York City, New York, USA as William Schloss. He was a producer and ...

William Castle - Violin Maker

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William Castle - Wikipedia

William Castle, pseudonimo di William Schloss (New York, 24 aprile 1914 – Los Angeles, 31 maggio 1977), è stato un regista, produttore cinematografico e attore ...

Top 10 William Castle Film Gimmicks - Listverse

William Castle was the King of low-budget, B-movie Horror Flick! His gimmicks were legendary. With the perfect combination of camp, horror, humor and gore ...