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The Green Slime (1968)

The Anniversary (1968)

Death Walks At Midnight (1972)

Death Takes A Holiday (1934)

From Japan, Kuroneko, aka "The Black Cat" (1968)

1968's Night of the Living Dead launched the career of director George Romero and reinvented the zombie mythos. It took a while to catch on but when it did? There was no stopping the film.

AKA "Doctor Death: Seeker of Souls" 1973 tells the tale of a 1,000 year-old magician who, periodically, has to transfer his aging soul into a young, healthy body.

The cinematic equivalent of cotton candy, the visually stunning Barbarella (1968) stars a wide-eyed Jane Fonda as a futuristic astronaut who loses her clothes in the line of duty a lot. I suppose it could be called a "camp classic" in that it's filled with eye-candy and the dialogue (by over a half-dozen different writers) is painfully stupid.