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13 Ghosts
(1960) Gimmick-loving producer William Castle strikes again with this fun haunted-house thriller.
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A Bucket of Blood
(1959) Walter Paisley, nerdy busboy at a Bohemian café, is jealous of the talent (and popularity) of its various artistic regulars.
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A Study In Terror
(1965) Sherlock Holmes tries to solve the Jack the Ripper murders.
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The Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas
(1957) Hammer classic where scientists search for the elusive Yeti in the Himalayas.
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Atom Age Vampire
(1963) After a horrible accident a scientist (Alberto Lupo) tries to save the appearance of the woman he loves.
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Back From the Dead
(1957) A man's wife appears to have come back to life after several years and another marriage.
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Bat
(1959) Several murders are committed by a strange and violent criminal known as "The Bat". Vincent Price stars.
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The Beach Girls and the Monster
AKA MONSTER FROM THE SURF (1965) A young girl is killed at the beach in Malibu and the police are baffled. A famous professor thinks that it might be a mutated fish. This one is a true classic!
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Beast From the Haunted Cave
(1959) Gangsters find a giant spider monster in a cave that they are using to hide from the police.
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The Beast With Five Fingers
(1946) The severed hand of a pianist hand takes on a life of its own and stalks a wild-eyed Peter Lorre as he flees in vain.
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Before Dawn
(1933) Treasure hunting in a scary mansion. Stars Warner Oland of Charlie Chan fame.
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Berserk
(1967) Monica Rivers, is the owner and ringmaster of a traveling circus and who'll stop at nothing to draw bigger audiences. When a series of mysterious murders begins to occur and some of her performers die gruesomely, her profits soar.
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Billy the Kid vs. Dracula
(1966) Dracula goes to the Old West and competes with Billy the Kid for the attentions of a beautiful young girl.
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Black Cat
(1934) One of the better universal horror movies. Also very unusual for the time as it deals with devil worship and torture. Classic Lugosi and Karloff.
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Black Cat
(1941) It appears the health of wealthy spinster, who lives with her pet cats and mysterious servants, is failing. Her greedy relatives descend on the isolated mansion hoping to inherit a portion of her vast fortune.
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Black Christmas
(1974) It's time for Christmas break, and a group of sorority sisters make plans for the holiday, but strange anonymous phone calls are beginning to put them on edge. When one of their friends turns up dead they know that there is a murderer in their midst. Margot Kidder (Lois Lane) stars.
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Black Sleep
(1956) Basil Rathbone heads an all star cast as Sir Joel Cadman, who uses a mind-controlling drug known as "The Black Sleep" to place his brilliant assistant under his control. Bela Lugosi, John Carradine and Tor Johnson join in on the fun.
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Black Sunday
(1960) Generally considered to be the foremost example of Italian Gothic horror, this darkly atmospheric black-and-white chiller puts director Mario Bava on the international map and made the bewitching Barbara Steele a star. This DVD contains two versions of Black Sunday. 1. English dub print in Widescreen 2. Rare AIP dub print which is a bit different than the European print.
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Blacula
(1972) Blacula is the story of Manuwalde, an African Prince. This movie presents a modern version of the classic Dracula story in a very chilling and inventive way. In 1780, after visiting Count Dracula, Manuwalde is turned into a vampire and locked in a coffin.. The scene shifts to 1972, when two antique collectors transport the coffin to Los Angeles. The two men open the coffin and unleash Blacula on the city of Los Angeles. Blacula soon finds Tina, who is his wife, Luva, reincarnated, and gains her love. Tina's friend, Dr. Gordon, discovers Blacula is a vampire and hunts him down.
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Blood From the Mummy's Tomb
(1971) An expedition is led by Professor Fuchs to find the cursed tomb of an evil Egyptian princess. Upon returning to London, Fuchs and his daughter become involved with death and reincarnation.
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Blood of Dracula
(1957) In a girl's boarding school, science teacher, Miss Branding, tests her theory that there is power within the human potential that is beyond that of the atom. Using hypnosis and a special amulet, a new and troubled student, Nancy Perkins, becomes the subject of her experiments which result in a series of full-moon murders.
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Blood of the Vampire
(1958) A man and wife are terrorized by a mad scientist, who along with his crippled assistant Carl, conducts blood deficiency research on the inmates of a prison hospital for the criminally insane to keep himself alive.
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Body Snatcher
(1945) In Edinburgh, Boris Karloff turns to murder to provide a doctor with bodies that he can experiment on.
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Boris Karloff Double Feature
1. Death Kiss (1932) 2. Black Friday (1940)
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Brainiac
(1961) Three centuries after his death an executed Baron returns to exact his revenge against his enemies. However he comes back as a horrible, brain-eating monster that destroys the executor's descendents one by one. Done during the classic period of Mexican horror films.
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Bride of the Gorilla
(1951) Deep in the South American jungle plantation manager Barney Chavez (Raymond Burr) kills his elderly employer in order to get to his beautiful wife (Barbara Payton). However, an old native witch witnesses the crime and puts a curse on Barney, who soon after finds himself turning nightly into a rampaging gorilla. But is his transformation real?
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Bride of the Monster
(1955) Dr. Eric Vornoff (Béla Lugosi), is experimenting with nuclear power with the help of his mute assistant, Lobo (Tor Johnson). His goal is to eventually create an army of superpowered soldiers that he will use to conquer the earth. Their residence, an old mansion, is guarded by a giant octopus of Dr. Vornoff's own creation which lives in the surrounding swamp.
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Brides of Dracula
(1960) Hammer Films and director Terence Fisher followed the excellent Horror of Dracula with this well-made, richly-colored sequel which suffers only from the conspicuous lack of Dracula himself -- since Horror's Christopher Lee had declined participation in further Dracula sequels.
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Brute Man
(1946) Hal Moffat who is taking wholesale revenge by murdering those he holds responsible for his troubles, is befriended by Helen Paige, a blind piano teacher, and he develops a warmth for her that leads him to add thievery and robbery to his murders so that she can be provided with the money for an operation that would return her sight to her.
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Burn, Witch, Burn
(1962) A skeptical college professor discovers that his wife has been practicing magic for years. He forces her to destroy all her magical charms and protective devices. His wife insists that his professional rivals are working magic against him, and her protections are necessary to his career and life.
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Caltiki, The Immortal Monster
(1959) The plot concerns a team of archaeologists investigating Mayan ruins who come across a blob-like monster. They manage to destroy it with fire while keeping a sample of the monster. Meanwhile, a comet is due to pass close to the Earth, the same comet which passed near the Earth at the time the Mayan civilization mysteriously collapsed. The film proposes the question "Is there a connection between the monster and the comet?"
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Captain Kronos Vampire Hunter
(1974) Vampire hunter and expert swordsman Kronos finds himself in a small village where several of the local young women have been found in an advanced state of age, their youth drained from them by a vampire's kiss.
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Captive Wild Woman
(1943) A mad scientist transplants human glands into a gorilla, turning the ape into a beautiful young woman. However, a severe emotional jolt soon reverts her back into her primitive self with disastrous consequences
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Carnival of Souls
(1962) This film has earned classic cult status for its eerie and unsettling portrait of a young woman (Candace Hilligoss) who is involved in an automobile accident, with her two friends, where the car plunges off a bridge into a river. A while later Mary emerges from the water completely unhurt. She is then followed by a mysterious phantom figure that seems to reside in an old run-down pavilion. She visits the pavilion only to find that it is populated with the town's dead. A one of a kind Zombie thriller.
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Castle of Blood
(1964) A writer accepts a bet that he cannot spend the night alone in a haunted castle on All Soul's Eve. Once night falls at the castle, several people who had been murdered therein return to life, reliving their deaths and seeking to kill the writer for his blood in a vain attempt to stay alive beyond that one night. Barbara Steele, as one of the living dead, tries to aid his escape from the castle.
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Castle of Evil
(1966) A bunch of hopeful heirs arrives on an isolated island to hear the will of a horribly scarred, mad scientist. They must not only find the person who is responsible for his disfigurement, but also survive the rampages of a vicious robot the scientist has made in his own image.
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Cat People
(1942) Irena, a beautiful and mysterious Serbian-born fashion artist living in New York City, falls in love with and marries average-Joe American Oliver Reed. Their marriage suffers though, as Irena believes that she suffers from an ancient curse- whenever emotionally aroused, she will turn into a panther and kill. Oliver thinks that is absurd, so he sends her to psychiatrist Dr. Judd to cure her. Cat People was the first production for producer Val Lewton.
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Circus of Horrors
(1960) In 1947 England, a plastic surgeon must beat a hasty retreat to France when one of his patients has ghastly problems with her surgery. Once there, he operates on a circus owner's daughter, deformed by bombs from the war. Later he becomes the owner of the circus, and continues transforming disfigured women into the beautiful stars of his show. The police and a nosy reporter become interested when the women who want out of the circus begin dying in freak accidents, and they begin suspecting the good doctor is responsible.
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Classic Horror Films Double Feature
The Brighton Strangler (1945) The Devil and Daniel Webster (1941)
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Corridors of Blood
(1958) In an effort to relieve the suffering of surgery patients, Dr. Thomas Bolton painstakingly develops an opium-based anesthetic, to which he gradually becomes addicted. In order to provide a continual supply of chemicals to continue his experiments and support his addiction, he falls in with a den of murderers who use his signature to sell cadavers to the local hospital.
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Corruption
(1968) A respected surgeon disfigures his beautiful model wife in an accident and resolves to restore her beauty. He develops a technique which involves the use of fluid from the pituitary gland and embarks on a killing spree to obtain more of the fluid. Corruption is easily one of the sleaziest British horror films of the sixties and is hard to find on DVD.
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Count Yorga Double Feature
1. Count Yorga: Vampire (1970) 2. Return of Count Yorga (1971)
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Cult of the Cobra
(1955) While stationed in Asia, six American G.I.'s witness the secret ritual of Lamians (worshipers of women who can change into serpents). When discovered by the cult, the High Lamian Priest vows that "the Cobra Goddess will avenge herself". Once back in the United States, a mysterious woman enters into their lives and accidents begin to happen. The shadow of a cobra is seen just before each death.
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Curse of Frankenstein
(1957) After successfully re-animating a dead dog, Victor Frankenstein sets about constructing a man using body parts he acquires for the purpose including the hands of a pianist and the brain of a renowned scholar. As Frankenstein's continues to work his assistant Krempe is not only repulsed by what his friend has done but is concerned for the safety of the beautiful Elizabeth, Victor's cousin and fiancée who has come to live with them. His experiments lead to tragedy and his eventual demise.
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Curse of the Demon
(1957) Psychologist Dr. John Holden travels to London to attend a conference on the paranormal. He's actually going there to debunk these activities but finds on arrival that his collaborator, Professor Henry Harrington, has died in a strange accident. Harrington's niece Joanna isn't so quick to dismiss paranormal activity and believes that the subject of their investigation, Dr. Julian Karswell, had placed a Runic curse on her uncle. Unable to get a certain book from the British Museum, Holden accepts Karswell's offer to visit him and borrow his own copy. There he learns that Karswell was once a magician. Soon after he and Joanna return to London, he finds that Karswell has placed a similar curse among his own papers. Slowly, Holden comes to realize that the dangers are very real and he must find a way to rid himself of the death sentence that has been placed on him.
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Curse of the Faceless Man
(1958) In the excavation of Pompeii, a stone-encrusted body is found with a bronze medallion bearing a strange Etruscan inscription. Carlo Fiorillo, Italian archaeologist, speculates the robust body may hold some life; medical researcher Paul Mallon scoffs at the idea. But people left alone with the seemingly petrified "faceless man" keep dying of crushed skulls; and Paul's artist fiancée Tina starts having strange visions.
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Curse of the Undead
(1959) A small western town in the 1880s has been beset by a series of mysterious deaths, mostly involving young women, with no obvious cause. The town physician, Dr. John Carter (John Hoyt), has noticed small marks on the necks of the victims, but isn't aware of their meaning. This is the first vampire western.
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Curse of the Werewolf
(1961) In Spain, Leon is born on Christmas day to a mute servant girl who was raped by a beggar. His mother dies giving birth and he is looked after by Don Alfredo. As a child Leon becomes a werewolf after having been taken hunting. As a young man, he works in a wine cellar and falls in love with the owner's daughter Cristina. One full moon, he again turns into a werewolf and terrifies the town.
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The Cyclops
(1957) Susan Winter undertakes an expedition to a remote area of Mexico, hoping to find her fiance, Bruce Barton, whose plane-crashed there some time ago. The area is suspected to have a good supply of uranium, so Susan has promoted this to wealthy Martin Melville to get money for her expenses. In addition to Melville, she is accompanied by guide Russ Bradford and pilot Lee Brand in his small-engine craft. But the plane crashes, stranding the four in an isolated valley, which they soon discover is highly radioactive and inhabited by mutated life forms - giant insects, enormous lizards, and a 25-foot-tall human male with a deformed face, just one eye, and only brute animal instincts to feed and protect its turf.
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Dark Shadows Movie Double Feature
HOUSE OF DARK SHADOWS (1970) This film is based on the very popular TV Gothic soap opera and follows the actions of Barnabas Collins. Recently unleashed from his coffin by local drunk, Willie Loomis, the vampire (Barnabas) goes on a killing spree, while at the same time charming his present day family members. NIGHT OF DARK SHADOWS (1971) A painter and his wife move into a home and find themselves plagued by ghosts and spirits of his ancestors that used to be witches.
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Daughter of Dr. Jekyll
(1957) Janet Jekyll (Gloria Talbott) is the daughter of the infamous doctor whose alter ego, Mr. Hyde, terrified the land. Janet fears she's inherited her father's curse when she begins dreaming that she's stalking and killing young women. What's worse, when she wakes up, these women actually turn up dead.
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Devil Doll (1964)
Hugo is the dummy used by the Great Vorelli, a ventriloquist and hypnotist who wows London with his amazing act. Hugo can walk as well as talk, and he does other interesting things.
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Devil's Bride
(1968) In the late 1920's, the Duc de Richleau and his friend Rex Van Ryn arrive at the home of the Duc's protégé, Simon Aron, and find that he is hosting a party for an international secret society he has just joined. After learning that the society is actually a cult of Satanists led by the high priest Mocata and the Countess d'Urfe, the Duc and Van Ryn discover that the real purpose of the gathering is to make plans for initiating Simon and the countess' beautiful niece, Tanith, into the coven. They do everything they can to save their friends.
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Diary of a Madman
(1963) The film centers on Simon Cordier (Vincent Price), a French magistrate and amateur sculptor who comes into contact with a malevolent entity. The invisible - yet corporeal - being, called a "horla" is capable of limited psychokinesis and complete mind control. As his and others' lives are put in jeopardy, he becomes convinced of the horla's existence and decides drastic measures are needed to end the horla's evil.
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The Disembodied
(1957) Allison Hayes plays Tonda, the restless wife of a misanthropic doctor. When men on a photo safari stumble into the doctor’s remote camp with a wounded comrade, Tonda supplements her usual pursuit (voodoo, especially as a way to off her husband) with a new one: seduction. As men lose their hearts (one literally) to the alluring voodoo priestess, she embarks on a killing spree that turns the jungle blood red. The Disembodied demonstrates why Hayes was headed for B-horror-movie glory.
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Doctor Blood's Coffin
(1961) Kieron Moore stars as research scientist Dr. Peter Blood, who's been experimenting with heart transplants. Thrown out of Vienna for wishing to move from lab animals to humans, Blood sets up shop in the village of Cornwall. Within a few months of his arrival, several Cornwallians disappear from view. Dr. Blood, you see, has been merrily transplanting hearts in a secret lab located in an abandoned tin mine.
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Doctor X
(1932) A monster lurks as New York newspaperman Lee Taylor investigates one of the "Moon Killer" murders, in which the victims are strangled, cannibalized and surgically incised under the light of the full moon. The trail leads to the cliffside mansion of Dr. Xavier, where the doctor and his colleagues conduct a strange experiment.
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Dracula
(1979) Frank Langella stars in this version of the Dracula legend
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Dracula Double Feature
1. DRACULA (1931) This film made Bela Lugosi a star and is the movie he is best remembered for. 2. SON OF DRACULA (1943) Lon Chaney Jr. stars as Count Alucard which is Dracula spelled backwards
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Dracula Has Risen From the Grave
(1969) Dracula Has Risen from the Grave is the third Christopher Lee Dracula film from Hammer Studios. While trying to rid the former Dracula's Castle of evil after the mysterious death of a local girl, the Monsignor inadvertently raises the dark prince from his deathly slumber. When his castle is exorcised, Dracula plots his revenge against the Monsignor who performed the rites by attempting to make the holy man's young neice his bride.
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Dracula Prince of Darkness
(1966) Christopher Lee dons the evil Count's cloak once again after an 8-year hiatus for this first "authentic" sequel to Hammer Studios' Horror of Dracula (the literal 1960 follow-up Brides of Dracula did not feature Lee).
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Dracula vs. Frankenstein
(1971) Judith Fontaine (Regina Carrol) is looking for her sister Joanie, who has disappeared into the hippie community of Venice, California. It turns out Joanie has become the victim of Groton (Lon Chaney Jr.), an axe-wielding homicidal maniac working for Dr. Durray (J. Carrol Naish), who is really the last of the Frankensteins and is now running a house of horrors by the beach and is performing experiments on Gorton's victims. One night Count Dracula (Zandor Vorkov) visits the doctor, showing him the original Frankenstein creation that was buried in a nearby graveyard. The doctor revives it and uses it to take revenge on his professional rivals.
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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
(1931) Based on the story by Robert Louis Stevenson, Dr. Henry Jekyll believes that there are two distinct sides to men - a good and an evil side. He believes that by separating the two man can become liberated. Many consider this the best version of the classic novel.
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Five Minutes To Live
(1961) Originally released in 1961 as Five Minutes to Live, this low-budget crime drama was later re-released as Door-to-Door Maniac. Fred narrates the film in flashback, detailing a suburban bank robbery that goes awry. Johnny Cash stars.
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Four Skulls of Jonthan Drake
(1959) Jonathan Drake, while attending his brother's funeral, is shocked to find the head of the deceased is missing. When his brother's skull shows up later in a locked cabinet, Drake realizes an ancient curse placed upon his grandfather by a tribe of South American Jivaro Indians is still in effect and that he himself is the probable next victim.
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Frankenstein 1970
(1970) Baron Victor Von Frankenstein has fallen on hard times; he was tortured at the hands of the Nazis for not cooperating with them during World War II and he is now badly disfigured. As his family's wealth begins to run out, the Baron is forced to allow a TV crew shooting a documentary on his monster-making ancestors to film at his castle in Germany. However, the Baron has some ideas of his own: using the money from the crew's rent he buys an atomic reactor and uses it to create a hulking monster, transplanting his butler's brain into the thing and using it to kill off the crew for more spare parts.
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Frankenstein Created Woman
(1967) Frankenstein's lab assistant, Hans, is found guilty of murdering the local pub owner with whom he had an argument where he swore to kill the man. Frankenstein acquires his body immediately after the execution. Hans had been quite friendly with the dead man's daughter Christina who returns just in time to see him guillotined. Distraught, she commits suicide and is brought back to life by the good Doctor but with Hans' brain replacing her own. As memories return to her - Hans' memories in fact - she sets out to pursue and kill those responsible for having sent him to his death.
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Frankenstein Double Feature
Frankenstein (1931) Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
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Freaks
(1932) Cleopatra, a trapeze artist with the carnival, is adored by a midget named Hans. Frieda, Hans' fiancée (also a midget), warns Hans that Cleopatra is only interested in him so that he will give her money. Cleopatra has an affair with Hercules After the circus freaks find out they decide that they no longer need Hercules in their carnival and have a new career for Cleopatra all lined up
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From Hell It Came
(1957) A South Seas island prince is wrongly convicted of murder and executed by having a knife driven into his heart. The prince is buried in a hollow tree trunk and forgotten about until nuclear radiation reanimates it in the form of the tobonga, a scowling tree stump. The monster escapes from the laboratory and murders several people, including the true murderer (the witch doctor, whom the tobonga pushes down a hill and is impaled on his own crown of shark teeth). The creature cannot be stopped, burned, or trapped. Only when a crack rifle shot drives the knife (which still protrudes from the creature's chest) all the way through its heart it finally dies and sinks into the swamp. If you haven't seen this film then you are really missing something special!
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Fury of the Wolfman
(1972) Waldemar Daninsky travels to Tibet and is bitten by a yeti, which causes him to become a werewolf.
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Ghoul
(1933) A knife-wielding, Egyptian Arab is seeking an sacred jewel which has been stolen from an ancient tomb. The thief tells him that he sold it to Professor Morlant, a Egyptologist who fervently believes in the pagan power of the ancient Egyptian gods. Dying from a mysteriously disfiguring ailment, Morlant entrusts his faithful manservant to bandage the jewel in his hand and warns him of dire consequences if his dying wishes aren't carried out. After his burial in an Egyptian-type tomb on his estate, an anonymous robber steals the precious stone from the corpse. Although the ghastly-looking dead man rises at the next full moon to seek revenge, neither he nor the audience know which member of the household possesses the powerful jewel.
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Godzilla Raids Again
(1959) The second film in the Godzilla series, this was a direct sequel quickly put into production to capitalize on the box office success of Godzilla the previous year. This was the first film in the series to feature a "monster vs. monster" scenario, as it introduced Godzilla's first foe, the quadruped monster Anguirus. This scenario of Godzilla battling other giant monsters would become a staple for the rest of the series.
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Godzilla Triple Feature
Godzilla vs. Megalon (1973) Godzilla vs. The Sea Monster (1966) Godzilla 2000 (1999)
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Gorgo
(1961) Gorgo is an attempt to make a Japanese-style "giant reptile" flick in an English setting. The story begins when underwater volcanic activity in the Irish Sea brings forth a 65-foot monster called Gorgo. Enterprising Joe (Bill Travers) and Sam (William Sylvester) capture the beast and transport it to London, where Gorgo is put on display as a seaside carnival attraction. This proves to be a major mistake when Gorgo's even larger mother lumbers to the surface in search of her baby. In short order, London is trampled and trashed.
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The Gorgon
(1964) In early-twentieth-century middle-Europe, villagers are literally becoming petrified. Although the authorities try to hush the matter up, it is apparent that at the full moon, Megaera, a Gorgon, leaves her castle lair and anyone looking on her face is turned to stone.
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Guru, The Mad Monk
(1970) On the island of Mortavia in 1480, Father Guru is the schizophrenic chaplain of a Central European prison who murders anyone he thinks threatens him including his mistress, a vampire, a hunchback and others.
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Hand of Death
(1962) A scientist invents a new serum, tries it on himself and turns into a murderous monster. John Agar plays the part of the monster to perfection in this wonderful sci-fi film.
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The Haunted Strangler
(1958) A writer investigating the execution of a serial killer known as "The Haymarket Strangler" 20 years previously begins to suspect that the wrong man might have been hanged. However, when he picks up a scalpel used by the murderer, he finds himself possessed by the killer's spirit and begins committing similar murders.
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Homicidal
(1961) The story centers around a murderous scheme to collect a rich inheritance. The similarity of this film to the Alfred Hitchcock classic Psycho is uncanny. This movie is a must see.
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Horror Castle
(1963) When a husband leaves his beautiful bride alone in his ancestral gothic castle, a series of gruesome slayings occur in the old abandoned torture chamber! In a shocking revelation, a hideously mutilated phantom killer, known as "The Punisher" with a ghastly Nazi past stalks the castle corridors and dusts off the rusty, spiked iron maiden and other cruel tools of torture for some fresh bloodletting.
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Horror Hotel
AKA THE CITY OF THE DEAD (1960) A young coed (Nan Barlow) uses her winter vacation to research a paper on witchcraft in New England. Her professor (Christopher Lee) recommends that she spend her time in a small village called Whitewood. When she gets to the village she notices some weird happenings. She finds herself "marked" for sacrifice by an undead coven of witches. It seems that the coven is led by the undead spirit of Elizabeth Selwyn, a witch who was burned at the stake in 1692. When the girl's brother and boyfriend arrive in town to find the missing woman, they discover the evil going on. A great 60's horror film that still has the power to frighten people today!
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Horror Island
(1941) Down-on-his luck entrepreneur Bill Martin and sidekick Stuff Oliver try to stay one step in front of creditors in their seedy waterfront office when they meet "The Captain," an idiosyncratic peg-legged old sailor. The Captain is convinced that the treasure of pirate Sir Henry Morgan is hidden somewhere in a castle on an offshore island recently inherited by Martin. His proof is a treasure map, half of which has been stolen by a mysterious Phantom who lurks in the shadows waiting for an opportunity to steal the other half. Sensing a moneymaking opportunity, Bill tries to recruit customers willing to pay $50 apiece for a "treasure hunt" outing to the "haunted" island.
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Horror of Dracula
(1958) This is the first of a series of Hammer Horror films inspired by the Bram Stoker's novel Dracula. It stars Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. In the United States, the film was retitled Horror of Dracula to avoid confusion with the Tod Browning-directed Dracula (1931) starring Bela Lugosi.
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Horror of Party Beach
(1964) While the hot rodders and motorcyclists are having a rock-and-roll beach party, a barrel of radioactive material is unloaded from a passing ship, plunges to the bottom and splits against a jagged rock. A black liquid oozes out and covers a shapeless mass on the ocean floor, which suddenly moves and becomes an encrusted vicious monster. Soon there are several monsters and they must have human blood to survive.
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Horrors of the Black Museum
(1959)A frustrated thriller writer wants accurate crimes for his next book so he hypnotizes his assistant to make him commit the required crimes. Film starts with a woman being killed with a pair of binoculars. You have to see it to believe it. Very atmospheric!
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The Hound of the Baskervilles (Hammer)
(1958) Hammer treatment of the famous Sherlock Holmes story.
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The Hound of the Baskervilles (Rathbone)
(1939) On his uncle's death Sir Henry Baskerville returns from abroad and opens up the ancestral hall on the desolate moors of Devonshire. Holmes uncovers a plot to have Sir Henry murdered by a terrible trained hound. First casting of Rathbone and Bruce as Holmes and Watson.
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The Hound of the Baskervilles (Granger)
(1972) This often filmed Conan Doyle story is given the TV treatment, with Stewart Granger as master sleuth Sherlock Holmes. This version of the Baskerville story is very rare and quite entertaining.
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House of Horrors
(1946) Marcel De Lange is a struggling sculptor whose work and sanity are derided by the New York art critics. After critic F. Holmes Harmon ruins a sale for De Lange by calling his expressionistic cubist work "tripe" while gloating about it in his column, a distraught De Lange goes to the river to drown himself. However, he finds the half-drowned body of the notorious serial killer, the Creeper, whom he takes back to his studio and nurses back to health. Feeling empowered by the friendship of the acromegalic sociopath, De Lange tasks him to murder critics who have pilloried him in print.
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House of Wax
(1953)A sculptor of wax figures for a museum is horrified when his partner proposes setting fire to the unpopular museum in order to collect the insurance money. As the wax figures melt amid the blaze, the two men have a fight. The sculptor is knocked out in the scuffle and left to "perish" among the flames. He resurfaces many years later for the launch of his own wax museum. But why do the wax figures look so lifelike????
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House On Haunted Hill
(1959) This classic horror film was directed by William Castle, and stars Vincent Price as eccentric millionaire Frederick Loren. He and his fourth wife, Annabelle, have invited five people to the house for a "haunted house" party. Whoever stays in the house for one night will earn $10,000 each. As the night progresses, all the guests are trapped inside the house with ghosts, murderers and other terrors.
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How To Make A Monster
(1958) This film is a follow-up to both I Was a Teenage Werewolf and I Was a Teenage Frankenstein. Like Teenage Frankenstein, a black & white film that switched to color for the final moments, How to Make a Monster was filmed in black & white, with the entire last reel filmed in color.
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