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An instant library of 50 horror classics assembled on 12 DVD's. Silent classics include: Phantom of the opera, Nosferatu and Metropolis. Cult favorites include: Night of the Living Dead and House on Haunted Hill plus many more!
* 12 DVD Disc set
* Region 0
* Full Frame
* Audio - English
Complete List of Movies:
1. Carnival of Souls - Mary Henry�s life is turned upside down when a pleasant daytrip with two friends turns sour when they accept a challenge to drag race and their car is forced off a bridge. When the car sinks into the murky depths, all three women are assumed drowned. Instead, to everyone�s amazement, Mary emerges unscathed from the river quite some time later. Trying to get a new start as a church organist, Mary finds herself haunted by a ghostly figure that arouses fear and dread in the tormented young woman. Star: Candace Hilligoss.
2. Atom Age Vampire - A deranged scientific genius invents a breakthrough treatment to restore the beauty of a stripper who has been tragically mutilated in a car crash. When he falls in love with his patient, he must maintain her treatment by using the glands of women that he has murdered. In the process he is transformed into a hideous creature. Inevitably a noose tightens around him as the police and the stripper�s boyfriend begin to ask uncomfortable questions. Star: Alberto Lupo
3. Creature from the Haunted Sea - When a Carribean island is engulfed by a revolution, an unscrupulous American mobster, Renzo Capeto plans to clean up with a get rich quick scheme. His diabolical plan is to provide refuge to the loyalists, and the contents of the government coffers, on his boat, and then murder his passengers and escape with a fortune. Planning to blame their deaths on a mythical sea monster, no one is more surprised than Renzo, when the real monster appears with its own agenda. Star: Robert Towne.
4. Nightmare Castle - When a brutal count finds that his wife has been unfaithful, he tortures her and her lover and puts them to death, removing their hearts from their bodies in retribution. Time passes, and he remarries a beautiful and unsuspecting young woman. Soon she is experiencing horrendous dreams and apparitions. It becomes apparent that the spirits of slain lovers have returned to exact their bloody revenge. Star: Barbara Steele
5. Black Dragons - It is prior to the commencement of World War II, and Japan�s fiendish Black Dragon Society is hatching an evil plot with the Nazis. They instruct a brilliant scientist, Dr. Melcher (Boris Karloff) to travel to Japan on a secret mission.. There he operates on six Japanese conspirators, transforming them to resemble six American leaders. The actual leaders are murdered and replaced with their likenesses and Dr. Melcher is condemned to a lifetime of imprisonment so the secret may die with him. Star: Bela Lugosi.
6. Invisible Ghost - Meet Kessler (Bela Lugosi), a seemingly normal man who is overcome by insanity when he dwells on the tragic fate of his late spouse. Soon he is captured in a hypnotic spell, apparently cast by his wife�s spirit that leads him to commit a series of murders. Kessler avoids detection, and an innocent man (John McGuire) is executed in his stead for the first murder. The victim�s twin brother enlists Kessler�s daughter in a quest to determine the true killer, and to clear his dead sibling�s name. Star: Bela Lugosi
7. One Body Too Many - Unassuming insurance agent, Albert Tuttle (Jack Haley), ignores his instincts and makes a sales call at a creepy mansion, hoping to sell a policy to the owner. His plans go awry when the owner turns up dead. The heirs of the deceased infest the premises, held there by the conditions of the will which require their presence until the body is claimed. Albert recognizes that the dead man�s niece, Carol (Jean Parker) is at risk, and decides to assume the role of her protector. When Bela Lugosi turns up in the role of the butler, mayhem ensues. Star: Bela Lugosi.
8. White Zombie - This chilling tale features Bela Lugosi as the dark Voodoo prince, Murder Legendre, a supernatural force who holds his Haitian worshipers in his thrall. He joins forces with Robert Frazier who is furious at the rejection of his marriage proposal by the exquisite Madge Bellamy. They strike an unspeakable pact that results in Madge�s death and resurrection as a zombie and love slave to Frazier. The evil Legendre reneges on his bargain and holds Madge�s soul in captivity. Star: Bela Lugosi
9. Attack of the Giant Leeches - A local game warden remains skeptical when confronted with tales of blood-sucking creatures from the swamp. Even the evidence of the bloodless body of a dead hunter, and a local�s witnessing of his unfaithful wife and her lover being dragged into the marshy depths, leaves him unconvinced. Only when the body count keeps mounting does he become a believer and take matters into his own hands. Star: Ken Clark.
10. The Screaming Skull - John Hudson stars as Eric, the central character in this tale of intrigue and madness. Eric is the husband of Jenni, an extremely neurotic millionairess with a firm grip on her fortune. Soon he hatches a diabolical plot to take control of her wealth by filling the house with miniature skulls designed to drive her into madness. Star: John Hudson
11. Beast of Yucca Flats - Exhibiting early strains of the Incredible Hulk, this story focuses on a Russian scientist who is pursued by unscrupulous agents into an atomic test site. There he is exposed to a massive dose of radiation when a nuclear bomb is exploded. His body undergoes horrific changes, transforming him into a rampaging monster that terroizes the populace. Star: Tor Johnson.
12. The Terror - In an early career appearance, Jack Nicholson stars as Lieutenant Duvalier, a nineteenth century military officer whose dreams are haunted by a mysterious beauty (Spencer Knight) . Those same dreams draw him to the sinister castle of Baron Von Leppe (Boris Karloff), but is it really the Baron or an imposter? Before he knows it, he finds himself a prisoner and frantically tries to solve the mysteries that surround. Director Roger Corman collaborated with other directors, including Francis Ford Coppola, in the filming of this horror classic. Star: Jack Nicholson.
13. Revolt of the Zombies - Following the end of World War I the despicable Count Mazovia (Roy D�Arcy) remains hidden from the world in the depths of Cambodia where he has perfected a process that transforms corpses into re-animated zombies. Utilizing his powers to create an army of undead slaves, he plots to expand his empire, but an expeditionary force is sent to the ruined city of Angkor Wat in an effort to thwart his plans. Unfortunately, Armand (Dean Jagger), one of the members of the expedition, has his own agenda. Star: Dean Jagger
14. The Giant Gila Monster - The movie features a group of hot-rod fanatics, led by our singing hero Chace Winstead (Don Sullivan). Soon havoc reigns when an extremely oversized Gila Monster appears, demolishing buildings, transportation, and anything else that has the misfortune to get in its way. Chace�s little sister is at risk of being devoured by the loathsome creature, when our hero intervenes and events quickly become explosive. Star: Don Sullivan.
15. The Fatal Hour - Starring as Hugh Wiley�s inimitable oriental detective, the illustrious Mr. Wong, Boris Karloff investigates the murder of a police officer, aided by Grant Withers as a long-suffering police captain, and Marjorie Reynolds as feisty cub reporter Bobbie Logan. Mr. Wong must face the prospect of his own death before the villains are brought to justice. Star: Boris Karloff
16. Dead Men Walk - The marvelously theatrical Georg Zucco plays a dual role as the dysfunctional Clayton twins who also happen to be doctors. Predictably one Twin is good, and the other evil. Lloyd Clayton murders his brother Elwyn,.who happens to be well versed in the dark arts. Returning from the grave to exact his vengeance, Lloyd viciously slays Elwyn�s colleagues, leaving a mounting trail of evidence that points to the surviving sibling. Lloyd is aided in his evil acts by a hunchbacked assistant played by Dwight Frye. Star: George Zucco.
17. The Mad Monster - George Zucco is at it again as the ultimate mad scientist, Dr. Lorenzo Cameron, who is thoroughly discredited in the academic community. Our totally insane doctor has found a formula that transforms his assistant, Pietro (Glenn Strange), into a ravening werewolf. While superficially positioning his outlandish creation as a defensive weapon for the nation, he plots the violent deaths of his former colleagues who drummed him out of the academic world. Star: George Zucco
18. Maniac - It�s time to encounter another mad scientist, Dr. Meirschultz (Horace B. Carpenter), who is attempting the re-animation of dead tissue, when he himself expires. His assistant (Bill Woods) assumes the deceased medico�s identity, and walls up the corpse in order to hide his deception. As he descends into madness, his demented voyage is portrayed through clips from silent classics such as Benjamin Christensen's Classic Witchcraft through the Ages and Fritz Lang's Siegfried. Star: Bill Woods.
19. Metropolis - In this visionary masterpiece, director Fritz Lang depicts a futuristic society dominated by a soulless feudal system. In this cold society, the wealthy technocrats live in sumptuous luxury inside towering glass palaces. At the foot of these towers the slave labor class toils thanklessly and endlessly. Freder (Gustav Frolich) is the spoiled son of Fredersen (Alfred Abel), a leader among the ruling class. When Freder meets Maria, a beautiful slave laborer, he is drawn into her harsh subterranean world. There he recoils from the intolerable conditions that confront him and becomes a crusader for reform. Star: Gustav Frolich
20. The Vampire Bat - The city of Kleinschloss is infected with a dark scourge from the past. A legion of bloodsucking creatures who can assume human form have returned to prey upon the unsuspecting citizenry. Detective Karl Brettschneider ( Melvyn Douglas) begins investigating the spate of gory deaths at the request of the burgomaster (Lionel Belmore).. Despite the obvious evidence, he refuses to accept the existence of vampiric human bats. But soon their existence proves all too real. Star: Melvyn Douglas.
21. The Ape - Boris Karloff returns in the role of a pioneering researcher, Doctor Adrian, who seeks to create a polio vaccine using highly unconventional and morally flawed methods. The critical ingredient turns out to be human spinal fluid. To gather an adequate supply, he disguises himself with the pelt of an ape and proceeds to slaughter a slew of innocent victims to feed his research needs. Star: Boris Karloff.
22. The Monster Maker - Now this is a mad scientist with an ugly agenda! Dr. Markoff (J. Carrol Naish) has concocted a formula that spreads a hideous disease named acromegaly-which extends bones and distorts facial features. Markoff has no moral dilemma in experimenting on unsuspecting human subjects. His amoral behavior assumes monstrous dimensions when famed concert pianist Lawrence (Ralph Morgan) is injected with the doctor's disease-inducing serum. In return for an antidote, Markoff intends to exact more than his pound of flesh by extorting a fortune from Lawrence and demanding the hand of the musician�s pretty daughter Patricia (Wanda McKay). Star: J Carrol Naish
23. The Killer Shrews - A horde of outsized rodents run amok on an isolated island. The creation of mad scientist Baruch Lumet (father of acclaimed director Sidney Lumet), the monster shrews escape the lab during a hurricane and devour nearly every other animal on the island before seeking human prey -- including star James Best and girlfriend Ingrid Goude (1957's Miss Universe), who are stranded on the island by the same storm. The survivors manage to escape to safety thanks to some goofy contraptions constructed from trash cans. Star: James Best.
24. The Brain That Wouldn�t Die - This classic cult horror gem tells the tale of an egotistical scientist who plans to bring his deceased girlfriend back to life. In spite of the protests of his surgeon father (Bruce Brighton), Dr. Bill Cortner (Jason Evers) performs grotesque medical experiments involving transplantation and electric shock electric shock to bring the newly deceased back to life.. When a car crash that he caused decapitates Bill�s fiancιe, Jan Compton (Virginia Leith), He recovers her severed head and secretes in a hidden laboratory where he manages to keep it alive. Star: Jason Evers
25. King of the Zombies - An American special agent, accompanied by his valet and an aviator, sets off in search of a missing US Admiral whose plane has crashed on a Caribbean island during World War II. As luck would have it, our heroes� plane also crashes and they are helped by a solicitous German physician whose wife is more than a little strange. Star: Joan Woodbury.
26. Dr. Jeckyll & Mr. Hyde - Dr. Henry Jekyll (John Barrymore) is an innovative researcher who conducts scientific experiments to plumb the depths of his psyche and expose the hidden contents of the sub-conscious mind. Unfortunately for him, and an unsuspecting population, a dark alter ego is released assuming the identity of the murderous Mr. Hyde. Star: John Barrymore
27. Bluebeard - John Carradine stars as Gaston, a successful nineteenth century puppeteer in France�s capital. Gaston, however, lives a secret life as Bluebeard, a demented serial killer who coldly strangles a series of beautiful young women who fail to meet his impossible standards. The lifeless bodies are discarded in the Parisian streets. All is concealed from the authorities until Lucille (Jean Parker), Gaston�s comely assistant, learns the awful truth and swears to bring him to his day of reckoning. Star: John Carradine.
28. The Corpse Vanishes - Bela Lugosi revels in his role as European horticulturalist Dr. Lorenz in this outlandish tale of horror and dementia. The good doctor�s aging wife (Elizabeth Russell) needs fluids harvested from the glands of young virgins in order to retain her eternal youth and beauty What better place for the doctor to maintain his supply than at the alter, where he kidnaps the unsuspecting brides before they can complete their vows. Sedating them into a coma-like state he brings them to his mansion to collect his tainted bounty. Star: Bela Lugosi
29. Night of the Living Dead - George Romero, the legendary director who helmed the Night of the Living Dead series, brings you a crazed tale of nuclear radiation that raises the dead, and creates a legion of flesh-eating zombies. Brother and sister, Johnny (Russell Streiner) and Barbara (Judith O'Dea) visit their father's grave in a small town Pennsylvania, where a re-animated zombie kills Johnny. Barbara escapes to a remote farmhouse where a cross-section of the local citizenry is hiding out. Star: Judith O�Dea.
30. Doomed to Die - Boris Karloff bows in for one last time as oriental detective Mr. Wong in the last of this long-running series. Who set Wentworth Castle Ablaze killing renowned shipping tycoon Cyrus Wentworth and countless other unfortunate souls. Dick Fleming (William Stelling) is the prime suspect in the mind of none-to-bright police captain Bill Street (Grant Withers). Dick is a business rival, and happens to be in love with Wentworth�s daughter Cynthia (Catherine Craig). When cub reporter Bobbie Logan (Marjorie Reynolds) puts Mr. Wong on the case the result is a foregone conclusion. Star: Boris Karloff
31. The Phantom of the Opera - This classic horror feature stars Lon Chaney in the title role as the tragic disfigured Erik who haunts the corridors and cellars in the decaying depths of the Paris Opera House. He befriends and secretly coaches a beautiful aspiring understudy named Christine (Mary Philbin) who covets the lead role. Through an ever-building campaign of terror, the Phantom drives the lead Soprano to flee her role, allowing his protιgι to take her place. Convinced that she will now return his love in spite of his disfigurement, he persuades her to join him in his subterranean lair, where he plans to confess his true feelings. Star: Lon Chaney.
32. The Indestructible Man - Lon Chaney Jr. stars in the role of Charles �Butcher� Benton, a condemned man who refuses to die, and comes back to exact his vengeance. Outraged that his unscrupulous attorney Lowe (Ross Elliott) is trying to get him to reveal the location of his robbery stash of $600,000, Benton plans to get his revenge on Lowe and his unsavory cohorts. In the meantime Lowe visits a stripper to whom Benton has sent a map with the location of his stash in the sewer system. He manages to steal the letter before she has a chance to open it. Star: Lon Chaney Jr.
33. The Hunchback of Notre Dame - Acclaimed at the time as the ultimate spectacular this production drew record audiences and critical acclaim. The role of Quasimodo is played by Lon Chaney whose interpretation Thiswas a super-duper-spectacular as only Hollywood of the 1920s could make them, but it is never so large that it dwarfs the contribution of its star, Lon Chaney. As the hunchbacked bellringer Quasimodo, Chaney adorned himself with a special device that made his cheeks jut out grotesquely; a contact lens that blanked out one of his eyes; and, most painfully, a huge rubber hump covered with coarse animal fur and weighing anywhere from 30 to 50 pounds. Star: Lon Chaney.
34. Nosferatu - The film begins in the Carpathian mountains, where real estate agent Hutter (Gustav von Wagenheim) has arrived to close a sale with the reclusive Herr Orlok (Max Schreck). Despite the feverish warnings of the local peasants, Hutter insists upon completing his journey to Orlok's sinister castle. While enjoying his host's hospitality, Hutter accidentally cuts his finger-whereupon Orlok tips his hand by staring intently at the bloody digit, licking his lips. Hutter catches on that Orlok is no ordinary mortal when he witnesses the vampiric nobleman loading himself into a coffin in preparation for his journey to Bremen. Star: Max Shreck
35. Swamp Women - The title characters - Marie Windsor, Jill Jarmyn, Beverly Garland and Susan Cummings - comprise the Nardo Gang, a vicious female crime contigent. The ladies have stolen some valuable jewels and are making their escape though the swamp. Joining them is Carole Mathews, ostensibly an escaped convict but actually an undercover cop. Male lead Touch Connors later changed to Mike Connors, and still later stared in Mannix
36. The World Gone Mad - Made closely on the heels of 1029's stock market crash, this timely tale follows a District Attorney and a reporter who try to find the killer of a D.A. who uncovered massive stock fraud. Pat O'Brien portrays the reporter who uncovers the murder plot.
37. Little Shop of Horrors - Jonathan Haze plays Seymour Krelboin, a schlemiel's schlemiel who works at the Skid Row flower shop of Mr. Mushnick (Mel Welles). Experimenting in his spare time, Seymour develops a new plant species that he hopes will lead him to fame and fortune. Unfortunately, the mutated plant -- named Audrey Junior, in honor of Seymour's girlfriend Audrey (Jackie Joseph) -- subsists on blood and human flesh. It also talks, or rather, commands: "Feed Me! FEEEEED ME!" Before long, the luckless Seymour has fed his plant the bodies of a railroad detective, a sadistic dentist, and a flashy trollop. Jack Nicholson puts in a star turn as the masochistic dental patient. Starring: Jack Nicholson.
38. Tormented - In this low-budget, campy horror film, a murderous pianist pays for his crime when body parts from the lover he pushed from a lighthouse come back to haunt him just before he is to marry a prominent socialite.
39. The Monster Walks - On a dark and stormy night, Hero and heroine Rex Lease and Vera Reynolds head to Reynolds's ancestral mansion to claim her inheritance. Everyone in the house takes great delight in informing the girl that her scientist father died suddenly (the word is repeated at least 20 times in the first two reels). Soon our heroine discovers that she, too, has been marked for death by her maniacal uncle Sheldon Lewis, who is using his deranged son Micha Auer, Auer's housekeeper-mother Martha Mattox, and a huge and surly ape as his vessels of wrath. Star: Rex Lease.
40. Monster from a Prehistoric Planet - An expedition in the South Pacific lands on a tropical island where the natives worship the mysterious deity Gappa. An earthquake opens up an underground cavern and a baby reptile is discovered inside. The natives warn the foreigners to leave the hatching alone, but they don't listen and take it back to a zoo in Japan. Soon after, moma and papa Gappa start smashing Tokyo looking for their kidnapped child. Star: Tamro Kawaji
41. The Gorilla - An escaped circus gorilla has apparently perpetrated a series of murders. Imperiled lawyer Walter Stevens (Lionel Atwill) may well be the next victim, so he summons detectives Garrity, Harrigan and Mullivan (Jimmy, Harry and Al Ritz) to provide protection. It turns out that (a) the murderer is human rather than simian, (b) Stevens is hardly a paragon of virtue, and (c) the person really in danger is young heiress Norma Denby (Anita Louise). Star: The Ritz Brothers.
42. A Shriek in the Night - The titular nocturnal shriek is heard just before a wealthy philanthropist falls from his penthouse balcony to his death. Virtually everybody in the apartment building comes under suspicion when it is determined that this "accidental" death was no accident. Rival reporters Pat Morgan (Rogers) and Ted Rand (Talbot) spend most of the picture snooping around where they don't belong, the better to out-scoop one another. Meanwhile, the already baffled police become more flummoxed when three additional murders occur -- each preceded by a cryptic letter sent to the victim, stating "You Will Get It!" The method of execution turns out to be asphyxiation, but how is this being done? Star: Ginger Rogers
43. Bloodlust - A group of teen-agers vacationing in the tropics take a boat out to a seemingly deserted island. They soon find, however, that the island is inhabited by a wealthy recluse and his staff. While their host is initially hospitable, he quickly reveals his true purpose: to hunt down and kill each of his visitors, as he has done with everyone unlucky enough to set foot on his island. Star: Robert Reed.
44. The Amazing Mr. X - On the beach one night, Christine Faber, two years a widow, thinks she hears her late husband Paul calling out of the surf...then meets a tall dark man, Alexis, who seems to know all about such things. After more ghostly manifestations, Christine and younger sister Janet become enmeshed in the eerie artifices of Alexis; but he in turn finds himself manipulated into deeper deviltry than he had in mind. Star: Richard Carlson
45. Last Woman on Earth - Ev (Betsy Jones-Moreland); her husband, Harold (Antony Carbone); and their lawyer friend, Martin (Robert Towne, who later directed �Chinatown�), are skindiving while on vacation in Puerto Rico. When they resurface, they gradually conclude that an unexplained, temporary interruption of oxygen has killed everyone on the island - maybe in the world! Star: Robert Towne.
46. The Bat - Agnes Moorehead plays mystery novelist Cornelia Van Gorder, whose remote mansion is the scene for all sorts of diabolical goings-on. The "Maguffin" is a million dollars' worth of securities, hidden away somewhere in the huge and foreboding estate. Vincent Price is seen committing a murder early on-but he's not the film's principal villain. Others in the cast include Gavin Gordon as an overly diligent detective, and former Our Gang star Darla Hood as a murder victim. Star: Vincent Price
47. House on Haunted Hill - A perennial favorite of the "Shock Theatre" TV circuit, House on Haunted Hill stars Vincent Price as a sinister gent (you're surprised?) who owns a sinister mansion on a sinister hill. He offers several of his enemies $10,000 each--if they agree to spend the night in the crumbling old mansion. Price festively gives each of his guests a tiny coffin containing a handgun, then he proceeds to set in motion any number of gadgets and devices designed to frighten the guests into using their weapons. Star: Vincent Price.
48. The Last Man on Earth � Based on the chilling Richard Matheson science fiction classic �I am a Legend�, and later remade as �The Omega Man� starring Charlton Heston, this classic features Vincent Price as scientist Robert Morgan in a post apocalyptic nightmare world. The world has been consumed by a ravenous plague that has transformed humanity into a race of bloodthirsty vampires. Only Morgan proves immune, and becomes the solitary vampire slayer. Star: Vincent Price
49. Dementia 13 - Long before The Godfather saga, a youthful Francis Coppola traveled to Ireland to film this dark and eerie production under the guidance of horror maestro Roger Corman. As was common in Corman productions, the movie utilized the same sets used by a production that had already wrapped. Meet the Halorans, the emerald isle�s most tragic family, living in misery in a creepy dark castle. Lady Haloran (Ethne Dunn) tortures herself endlessly over drowning death of her daughter seven years before, morbidly visiting her grave on a daily basis. Star: William Campbell.
50. Phantom from 10,000 Leagues - An absolute classic filled with great cheesy special effects. At he bottom of the ocean a mysterious radioactive rock percolates a stew of mutation that produces a hideous monster from the depths. The government sends an agent and a scientist to investigate when horribly burned, radioactive bodies begin to pop to the ocean�s surface. The evidence all points to a suspicious marine biologist. Star: Kent Taylor
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