Are these William Castle movies, or did we make them up?

Ghosts, goblins, ghouls and guesses!

 

William Castle is the embodiment of the American dream. The poor guy was orphaned at 11. Then, at 13, he saw Dracula and it changed his life forever. At just 15 years old, Castle dropped out of school to work in theater. His uncanny knack for promotion drew the attention of Columbia Pictures, and his career in Hollywood began. He quickly earned a reputation for delivering solid B-pictures on time and on budget. 

Do you know your stuff when it comes to William Castle? Are his gimmicks right up your alley, or do you prefer a more subtle approach? We'll give you a title, and you tell us if it's a Castle flick or not. Some are real, some are really bogus, and it's your job to pick which are which!

Let us know your thoughts and your score in the comments section below.

Oh! And one more thing... If you hear a knock on your door late at night on some stormy evening, answer it! You wouldn't want a ghost to catch a cold now, would you?

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  1. The Tickler
  2. 13 Frightened Girls
  3. Mr. Sardonicus
  4. The Haunted Deli
  5. Mr. Macabre
  6. House on Haunted Hill
  7. Zotz!
  8. The Terrifying Asylum
  9. Let's Kill Uncle
  10. The Night Walker

Are these William Castle movies, or did we make them up?

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47 Comments

scp 7 months ago
Eight out of ten. Can't complain about that.
AllisonWunderland 7 months ago
5/10…I’m on roll with the half right scores 😂
Tresix 7 months ago
9/10, missed the “Frightened Girls” question.
CaptainDunsel 7 months ago
6/10
The Castle crumbled... [le sigh]
daDoctah 7 months ago
Missed only the first two. For anyone curious, "Zotz!" starred Tom Poston (the Peeper from the Bob Newhart Show and Handyman George from "Newhart") who somehow gets magical powers.
Peter_Falk_Fan 7 months ago
8/10 "House on Haunted Hill" would be my favorite of this lot. I got a chuckle out of the bogus title "The Haunted Deli".
Yep, that would have been a great Halloween episode of Seinfeld...LOL!
Muleskinner 7 months ago
8/10. I’ve seen a lot of his movies.
tnminnow 7 months ago
4/10 all bad guesses. I'm not sure who he is.
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