Coming up on Saturday at the Described Movies: The Fly, The Blob and The Most Dangerous Game.

From this Saturday at 12am Eastern, that’s 5pm Saturday in NZ, 3pm in Sydney and 5am in the UK, and repeated every four hours throughout the day, it’s the described Movies The Fly from 1958, The Blob from 1958 and The Most Dangerous Game from 1932.
The Fly is a 1958 American horror science-fiction film produced and directed by Kurt Neumann and starring David Hedison, Patricia Owens, Vincent Price, and Herbert Marshall.
The screenplay by James Clavell was based on the 1957 short story of the same name by George Langelaan.
The film tells the story of a scientist who is transformed into a grotesque creature after a common house fly enters unseen into a molecular transporter with which he is experimenting, resulting in his atoms being combined with those of the insect, which produces a human–fly hybrid.
The film was released in CinemaScope with colour by Deluxe by 20th Century Fox.
It was followed by two black-and-white sequels, Return of the Fly (1959) and Curse of the Fly (1965).
The original film was remade in 1986 by director David Cronenberg.
Directed by: Kurt Neumann.
Screenplay by: James Clavell.
Based on: short story The Fly by George Langelaan.
Produced by: Kurt Neumann.
Starring: Al Hedison, Patricia Owens, Vincent Price AND Herbert Marshall.
Cinematography: Karl Struss.
Edited by: Merrill G. White.
Music by: Paul Sawtell.
Production company: 20th Century Fox.
Distributed by: 20th Century Fox.
Release date: 16 July , 1958 (US).
File Length : 90 minutes.
Country: United States.
Language: English.
Budget: between $325,000 and $495,000.
Box office: $3 million.
The Blob is a 1958 American science fiction horror film directed by Irvin Yeaworth, and written by Kay Linaker and Theodore Simonson.
It stars Steve McQueen (in his feature film debut) and Aneta Corsaut and co-stars Earl Rowe and Olin Howland.
It was distributed by Paramount Pictures as a double feature with I Married a Monster from Outer Space.
The film concerns a growing, corrosive, alien amoeboidal entity that crashes to Earth from outer space inside a meteorite.
It envelops everything in its path in the small communities of Phoenixville and Downingtown, Pennsylvania, growing larger, redder, and more aggressive, eventually becoming larger than a building.
Directed by: Irvin Yeaworth.
Written by: Kay Linaker and Theodore Simonson.
Story by: Irving H. Millgate.
Produced by: Jack H. Harris.
Starring: Steven McQueen, Aneta Corsaut, Earl Rowe and Olin Howland.
Cinematography: Thomas E. Spalding.
Edited by: Alfred Hillmann.
Music by: Ralph Carmichael and Burt Bacharach.
Production companies: Fairview Productions, Tonylyn Productions and Valley Forge Films.
Distributed by: Paramount Pictures (original, 1958) Sony Pictures Television (current).
Release date: 12 September , 1958 (U.S.).
File Length: 79 minutes.
Country: United States.
Language: English.
Budget: $110,000.
Box office: $4,000,000.
The Most Dangerous Game is a 1932 American pre-Code horror film, directed by Irving Pichel and Ernest B. Schoedsack, starring Joel McCrea, Fay Wray and Leslie Banks.
The movie is an adaptation of the 1924 short story of the same name by Richard Connell,; it is the first film version of the story.
The plot concerns a big game hunter who deliberately strands a group of luxury yacht passengers on a remote island where he can hunt them for sport.
The producing team included Ernest B. Schoedsack and Merian C. Cooper, co-directors of King Kong (1933).
The film was shot at night on the King Kong jungle sets.
Directed by: Irving Pichel and Ernest B. Schoedsack.
Screenplay by: James Ashmore Creelman.
Based on: "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell.
Produced by: Ernest B. Schoedsack, Merian C. Cooper and David O. Selznick.
Starring: Joel McCrea, Fay Wray, Leslie Banks and Robert Armstrong.
Cinematography: Henry W. Gerrard.
Edited by: Archie Marshek.
Music by: Max Steiner.
Production company: RKO Radio Pictures.
Distributed by: RKO Radio Pictures.
Release date: 16 September , 1932.
File Length : 62 minutes.
Country: United States.
Language: English.
Budget: $219,869.
Box office: $443,000.
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