John Llewellyn Moxey

  • John Llewellyn Moxey – Where Have All the People Gone? (1974)

    John Llewellyn Moxey1971-1980Sci-FiThrillerUSA
    Where Have All the People Gone (1974)
    Where Have All the People Gone (1974)

    From IMDB:
    A strange series of solar flares proves fatal for inhabitants of the Earth, except for the fortunate
    few who are somehow immune from the effects. Animals go insane and human beings turn to white powder,
    leaving behind only empty clothing. A handful of survivors attempt to rebuild their lives on the
    de-populated Earth.Read More »

  • John Llewellyn Moxey – A Taste of Evil (1971)

    1971-1980John Llewellyn MoxeyMysteryTVUSA

    Barbara Perkins, Roddy McDowell and Barbara Stanwyck star in this ABC Movie Of The Week mystery thriller from 1971, about a young women who returns to her country home, the site of her horrific rape which put her in a mental institution for the last 12 years, to find that someone is still pursuing her.Read More »

  • John Llewellyn Moxey – Escape (1971)

    1971-1980John Llewellyn MoxeySci-FiThrillerUSA

    A scientist’s experiment could lead to the first man-made, functioning, living organism. An elite escape artist-private investigator is working to stop him.Read More »

  • John Llewellyn Moxey – The City of the Dead (1960) (HD)

    1951-1960HorrorJohn Llewellyn MoxeyUnited Kingdom

    Synopsis : A young college student arrives in a sleepy Massachusetts town to research witchcraft; during her stay at an eerie inn, she discovers a startling secret about the town and its inhabitants.Read More »

  • Werner Jacobs & John Llewellyn Moxey – Circus of Fear (1966)

    1961-1970John Llewellyn MoxeyMysteryThrillerUnited KingdomWerner Jacobs

    After a bank heist has gone wrong police find that their investigating takes them to a particular traveling circus. It seems that wherever the circus goes, crime and evil follow with it. Finally one police department will put a stop to it…but can they?Read More »

  • John Llewellyn Moxey – The City of the Dead (1960)

    1951-1960HorrorJohn Llewellyn MoxeyMysteryUnited Kingdom

    George Baxt scripted this extraordinarily good chiller from a story by Milton Subotsky, who also co-produced. A college student (Venetia Stevenson) with an interest in witchcraft goes to the Massachusetts town of Whitewood. It’s a foggy, spooky town which gets even scarier when Stevenson discovers that the owner of the Raven’s Inn, Mrs. Newlis (Patricia Jessel) is in fact a 268-year old witch. Jessel sold her soul to the Devil to regain her life after being burned at the stake. The whole town is her coven. Stevenson’s boyfriend and brother arrive to look for her and discover human sacrifices and all sorts of evil goings-on. One of the few horror films of the period which still has the power to frighten, Horror Hotel is required viewing for genre fans. **** out of 5 stars – All Movie GuideRead More »

  • John Llewellyn Moxey – Foxhole in Cairo (1960)

    1951-1960DramaJohn Llewellyn MoxeyUSAWar


    In 1942, Rommel halts his victorious Afrika Korps and sends German agent John Eppler
    and radio operator Sandy to Cairo. Their mission is to learn where the British plan to
    launch their counteroffensive. Eppler immediately communicates with Amina, an Egyptian
    cabaret dancer and his former mistress, who agrees to help him. Unknown to them,
    British counterespionage chief Captain Robertson has learned of Eppler’s presence in
    Cairo and is working with the leader of Cairo’s Jewish underground, Radek. Amina lures
    an ineffectual British officer, Major Wilson, to her houseboat and has him drugged and
    robbed of his briefcase containing British counteroffensive details. While Eppler and
    Sandy relay the information to Rommel that the battle will take place at Alam Halfa,
    Yvette, a member of the Jewish underground, sneaks aboard the boat and revives the
    unconscious Wilson. They are interrupted by Amina, who shoots Wilson but is herself
    stabbed to death by Yvette. Eppler arrives and is about to kill Yvette when Robertson
    and Radek appear and arrest Eppler. Eppler’s satisfaction at having already informed
    Rommel that the counteroffensive will take place at Alam Halfa is short-lived. Robertson
    had seen to it that the plans in Wilson’s briefcase were false–the real battle will take
    place at El Alamein.Read More »

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