Ghost of Dragstrip Hollow (1959, 65 minutes): Roadster members of the notorious drag-racing Zenith Club have blown a gasket since they've been thrown out of their garage hangout. But luckily for them, an old lady benefactor will let them use her house...only it's haunted, and the only way to get rid of the spooks is to scare them out! Filled with "hot rods, ghosts, parrots, monsters and rock 'n' roll" (Variety), this pedal-to-the-metal thriller comedy really separates the chicks from the chicken!
The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini (1966, 83 minutes): Poor dead Hiram (Boris Karloff)...he has only 24 hours to do a good deed or he won't get into heaven! Happily, help arrives in the form of a bikini-clad, ectoplasmic vixen (Susan Hart)! Together, she and Hiram try to foil the plans of a dastardly lawyer (Basil Rathbone) hellbent on doing away with Hiram's teenage heirs and their entourage of Watusi-dancing friends before the reading of his will! From beach house to house of horrors, this "fast-and-furious shudder-and-chase film will delight" (Boxoffice) and startle you!
GHOST OF DRAGSTRIP HOLLOW: A local drag-racing club gets more than it bargained for when setting up a base for their operation in a notoriously haunted house. Ghosts and the smell of burning rubber collide, making this a hugely enjoyable romp through some familiar B-movie territory.
THE GHOST IN THE INVISIBLE BIKINI: Starring B-movie icon Boris Karloff, the plot of this movie focuses on one man's attempt to get to heaven. Luckily he has help in the form of a scantily clad ghost, but he must carry out one good deed before making the holy assent, which proves more difficult than you'd imagine.