El Santo, the masked Mexican wrestler, investigates a series of kidnappings. He discovers that the mysterious Doctor Caroll is using the victims as part of his experiments to develop an army of monsters. Naturally, El Santo is able to overcome them all - with wrestling! Written by Mike Konczewski - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0057471/plotsummary
From Wikipedia - The Brainiac (Spanish title: Barón del terror, El) is a 1962 Mexican horror film directed by Chano Urueta and written by Federico Curiel, Adolfo López Portillo and Antonio Orellana. The film stars Abel Salazar and Germán Robles. In Mexico City in 1661, Baron Vitelius of Estara is condemned by the Inquisition and sentenced to be burned at the stake. As this sentence is carried out, the Baron promises that he will return with the next passage of a comet (visible over the scene of execution), and slay the descendants of his accusers. The film then fast-forwards to 1961, where the promised comet does indeed return, carrying with it Baron Vitelius, who takes advantage of his considerable abilities as a sorcerer to carry out his threat: he is able to change at will into the hairy monster of the title in order to suck out the brains of his victims with a long forked tongue; furthermore, he has strong hypnotic capabilities and is able to render his enemies motionless or force them to act against their wills.
In this routine biker film, Rod (Alaimo) is a former stock-car racer who joins the police department.
Hitler's Brain is saved by Nazi madmen, and is giving orders on a small tropical island!
Cartoons, Previews, Newsreel, The Shadow Chapter 2, and three Bulldog Drummond movies. Who could ask for more?
Rommel (Hagen) stars as a cyclist who meets JC (Pataki) at a weekend race. Claire Polan, JC's fiancee, throws herself at Rommel, then cries rape when she is turned down.
Set in the future — 1970, that is — Project Moon Base takes place on a huge space station, where a group of pilots and scientists draw up plans to establish a U.S. military base on the moon. This project is nearly stymied by foreign spy Dr. Wernher (Larry Johns), who is exposed when he cannot answer a few simple questions about the Brooklyn Dodgers (it's that kind of film).