Let’s just call this a Wrist to Forehead Sunday and have done with it. I thought I could find pictures of the cheesy movies we watched last night and do a post on those, but I could only find two. Also, I do not feel much like making a long-winded post talking about movies. How about a short post and I can get back to enjoying my Sunday and so can you (or your Monday if you read this tomorrow; I can be flexible).
Our first movie was one I had no luck finding pictures on, The Monster and the Girl (1941), which I DVR’d off TCM recently. I could do a whole movie write up on that, since I took notes in the TV Journal. Maybe next week sometime. As Steven put it, we didn’t love the movie, but we didn’t mind it. I wanted something more cheesily and reliably entertaining so suggested something from one of our DVD collections, specifically The Atomic Brain (1963).
That is the rich old hag who is paying a mad scientist to make her young and beautiful again. It was not easy being a mad scientist in the 1960’s, apparently.
After that we watched the Amazing Transparent Man (1960), merely because it was on the same disc. It was pretty entertaining, too, although the guy was kind of a jerk, whether you could see him or not.
I could not find a picture as stated earlier, because I thought it was called “The Incredible Transparent Man.” Silly me! But I’m too lazy to go back and change the previous paragraph. Regular readers will not be surprised.
After that we started to watch The Ape Man (1943), with Bela Lugosi, but we went to bed before it was over. Something to look forward to on another cheesy movie watching night!