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Hypnotic Eye
(1960) The city is stricken by a wave of self-mutilations performed by beautiful women who seem to be in a hypnotic trance. The authorities suspect a stage hypnotist with a popular act, but the stakes are raised when the hypnotist sets his sights on the girlfriend of the detective investigating the case.
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I Love A Mystery Double Feature
(1946) These two movies were based on the popular radio program starred Jim Bannon as Jack, Barton Yarborough as Doc, George Macready and Nina Foch. 1. The Devil's Mask A San Francisco airplane bound for South America crashes, and among the scorched debris is found a shrunken native human head, neatly packaged. The perplexed police contact a local anthropology museum about this unclaimed piece of grisly baggage, where they intersect with Jack and Doc, called there to meet a mysterious woman who had a case for them and wanted to meet in private. 2. The Unknown In the Martin Plantation in Kentucky, deep in a South steeped in myth and conservatism, lived Captain Martin, his domineering wife Phoebe, and their three children, Ralph, Edward and Rachel. Despite her parents plans for her to wed another, Rachel has secretly married Stanley Arnold six months before, just before he had been called abroad. On the very night of Rachel’s unwanted engagement party, Arnold returns to claim his wife. Rachel’s father, Captain Martin flies into a terrible rage, and pulls a gun on Arnold. In the subsequent struggle, Captain Martin is shot dead.
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I Walked With A Zombie
(1943) RKO low budget film by producer Val Lewton in which a nurse (Frances Dee) is brought to a Caribbean island to care for a woman in a zombie-like state, victim of mental paralysis. The film features a voodoo native with a cadaverous face stalking two women through a canefield. Very atmospheric as are all of Val Lewton's films.
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I Was A Teenage Frankenstein
(1957) Professor Frankenstein, a university lecturer with an alligator pit under his house, steals body parts of dead athletes from the wreckage of a crashed airplane. He builds a hunky male monster with a hideously disfigured face, which goes on a killing spree.
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I Was A Teenage Werewolf
(1957) A troubled teenager seeks help through hypnotherapy, but his evil doctor uses him for regression experiments that transform him into a rampaging werewolf. This film is best known because it is Michael Landon's first starring role. Whit Bissell does his usual superb work as the mad scientist.
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Inner Sanctum Movie Collection
SIX CLASSIC TALES You'll have a hauntingly good time with horror icon Lon Chaney Jr. as he gives timeless performances in these spooky feature-length films. Based on the popular radio shows of the 1940's. Films included in this set: Calling Dr. Death (1943) A distraught doctor is tormented by voices in his head that are urging him to end his unhappy marriage-forever. Weird Woman (1944) Sorcery and superstition take a walk down the aisle when a professor marries a woman raised in the jungle by voodoo witchcraft practioners and then dismisses her ominous warnings. Dead Man's Eyes (1944) When an artist loses his sight in a freak accident, his future father-in-law promises to bequeath his own eyes upon his death - which ends up being much, much sooner than anyone could foresee. The Frozen Ghost (1945) Things are certainly not what they seem when a hypnotist takes refuge in the spectacular mansion of a female friend who made her money from a creepy wax museum. Strange Confession (1945) A brilliant chemist with the key to the cure for influenza is forced to take drastic measures when his greedy boss prematurely releases the unfinished drug to the public. Pillow of Death (1945) A psychopathic killer is on the loose, so the eccentric and wealthy Kincaid family calls in a psychic investigator to put an end to the mysterious murders haunting their household.
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Invasion of the Vampires
(1961) A vampire expert is out to convince a young lady that her father, Count Frankenhausen, is a bloodsucking killer. His pleas fall on deaf ears, however, since the daughter is under her dad's spell.
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Isle of the Dead
(1945) Strongly atmospheric Val Lewton horror chiller. One of Boris Karloff's strangest roles-he portrays a tyrannical Greek general in the year 1912 (the Balkan War is raging) who believes in "vrykolakas" Greek vampires. When a sinister plague infects the island, Karloff quarantines everyone and, one by one, the assorted characters meet their doom. Don't watch this movie alone in the dark.
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Jesse James vs. Frankenstein's Daughter
(1966) Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter is a low-budget western/horror hybrid film, in which a fictionalized version of the real-life western outlaw Jesse James encounters the fictional granddaughter (the movie's title notwithstanding) of the famous Dr. Frankenstein. The film was originally released as part of a double feature with Billy the Kid vs. Dracula.
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Jungle Captive
(1945) Second sequel to "Captive Wild Woman" following "Jungle Woman." Mad scientist Dr. Stendahl (Kruger) has been experimenting on bringing dead animals back to life and then attempting to make them human. He steals the body of an female ape (Lane) to practice on and kidnaps his human assistant, Ann (Ward), so she can "donate" her blood. The ape becomes a woman but still has the brain of an animal. This leads to violence. Rondo Hatton plays the hideous Moloch.
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Keep
(1983) Nazis are sent to guard an old, mysterious fortress in a Romanian pass. One of them mistakenly releases an unknown force trapped within the walls. A mysterious stranger senses this from his home in Greece and travels to the keep to vanquish the force. As soldiers are killed, a Jewish man and his daughter (who are both knowledgeable of the keep) are brought in to find out what is happening. The Keep is a tale about a mystical force and the battle between good and evil and stripped down to its barest elements.
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King Kong
(1976) This version of the classic tale stars Charles Grodin and Jessica Lange.
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King Kong Collection
4 DVD SET This 4 DVD set contains the original classic King Kong digitally remastered. There is also a bonus disc about the movie which was voted one of the top 100 films of all time. This set also includes the sequel to King Kong, Son of Kong. And what giant ape collection would be complete without Might Joe Young.
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Konga
(1961) Dr.Decker comes back from Africa after a year, presumed dead. During that year, he came across a way of growing plants and animals to an enormous size. He brings back a baby chimpanzee to test out his theory. As he has many enemies at home, he decides to use his chimp, 'Konga' to 'get rid of them'. Then Konga grows to gigantic proportions and reaks havoc all over the city of London!!
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Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires
(1974) Professor Van Helsing (Peter Cushing) had been asked to help against the tyranny of skeletal creatures that are responsible for terror and death amongst the peasants in rural China. He is the only person qualified to deal with the cause of these phenomena, for the undead are controlled by the most diabolical force of all.... Count Dracula (Forbes-Robertson). But he is not alone- to aid him comes a mystical brotherhood of seven martial arts warriors.
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The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane
(1976) This Canadian-made film, a star vehicle for the then 13-year-old Jodie Foster, is a disturbing, wonderfully acted, well-scripted, and suspenseful study of a murderous 13-year-old girl, Rynn (Foster). Living alone in her father's home, Rynn makes up stories that her father is away when in fact he is dead. She handles the bills, the upkeep, and her own survival, admirably putting into practice what her father taught her. When a snooping neighbor makes a nuisance of herself, Rynn knocks her down the stairs.
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The Little Shop of Horrors
(1960) Hilarious, cheapie black comedy from 1960 that may be the best film by B-picture master Roger Corman, Seymour (Jonathan Haze) is an assistant in a skid-row flower shop who's on the point of losing his job when the unusual plant he's developed turns the store into a major attraction. The only problem is that the plant needs human blood to live. Jack Nicholson provides a comic sidebar as a nutjob masochist visiting a dentist's office.
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M
(1931) Fritz Lang's classic early talkie crime melodrama is set in 1931 Berlin. The film is in German but has English subtitles. The police are anxious to capture an elusive child murderer (Peter Lorre), and they begin rounding up every criminal in town. The underworld leaders decide to take the heat off their activities by catching the child killer themselves. Once the killer is fingered, he is marked with the letter "M" chalked on his back. He is tracked down and captured by the combined forces of the Berlin criminal community, who put him on trial for his life in a kangaroo court. The killer pleads for mercy, whining that he can't control his homicidal instincts. The police close in and rescue the killer from the underworld so that he can stand trial again in "respectable" circumstances. Some prints of the film end with a caution to the audience to watch after their children more carefully. This film made Peter Lorre a star.
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Macabre
(1958) Directed by William Castle, it is considered his first foray into using the promotional gimmicks that later made him famous. Some critics call this a suspense film, rather than a horror film, having established a "racing against time" plot-line.A doctor's daughter has been kidnapped by a maniac and buried alive. The doctor must race against the clock to find and rescue her before her air runs out and she suffocates. Everything leads up to a surprise ending.
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The Mad Ghoul
(1943) A university chemistry professor experiments with an ancient Mayan gas on a medical student, turning the would-be surgeon him into a murdering ghoul.
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Mad Love
(1935) An insane surgeon's obsession with an actress leads him to replace her wounded pianist's hands with the hands of a knife murderer which still have the urge to throw knives.
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Mad Magician
(1954) Don Gallico is a master at devising magicians' illusions and tries to establish his own stage show as Gallico the Great. His performance is interrupted mid-show by his employer Ross Ormond who has obtained a court injunction to stop him. Gallico had long ago signed an exclusive contract with Ormond to provide him with any illusions he might create. Gallico sets out to get his revenge against those who have wronged him.
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The Man Who Turned To Stone
(1957) A group of 18th-century scientists, led by Dr. Murdock, have remained young after all these centuries by using electricity to suck the life out of young women. If one of the scientists misses a treatment, his skin hardens to the toughness of stone. A female prisoner discovers why so many of her fellow inmates are disappearing, and attempts to stop them with the aid of a prison psychiatrist.
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Mark of the Devil
(1970) Udo Kier is a witch hunter apprentice to Herbert Lom. He believes strongly in his mentor and the ways of the church but loses faith when he catches Lom strangling Reggie Nalder to death for calling him impotent. Kier begins to see for himself that the witch trials are nothing but a scam of the church to rob people of their land, money, and other personal belongings of value and seduce beautiful big breasted women. In the end, the towns people revolt, Herbert Lom escapes and poor Udo is tortured to death by the townspeople with the his own torture devices. This film contains very strong graphic torture including a women's tongue being ripped out of her head and lots of beatings.
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Mark of the Vampire
(1935) Sir Karell has been murdered, and the tiny pinpoint wounds on his neck suggest that a vampire did it. Baron Otto and Dr. Doskil are convinced of it, while the police inspector from Prague refuses to believe. Prof. Zelin, who specializes in the occult, must convince him that a dead count and his wife walk among the living and threaten both Karell's daughter and her fiancé, along with everyone else in the frightened village. At least that's how it all seems ...
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Mask/Vampire's Ghost
1. The Mask (1961) A young archaeologist believes he is cursed by a mask that causes him to have weird nightmares and possibly to murder. 2. The Vampire's Ghost (1945) In a small African port, a tawdry bar is run by a old man named Webb Fallon. Fallon is actually a vampire, but he is becoming weary of his "life" of the past few hundred years.
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The Monster of Pierdras Blancas
(1959) The monster, which looks like the "The Creature from the Black Lagoon," invades a sleepy lighthouse town. The superstitious lighthouse keeper is worried for the safety of his beautiful teenage daughter, so he leaves food for the monster, who dwells in a nearby cave. When bodies wash up ashore, the locals take notice. Interesting film which was featured quite often on Chiller Theater. You have to see the scene when the monster comes out of the freezer holding a human head. CLASSIC!
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Mr. Sardonicus
(1961) Sir Robert Cargrave is an eminent surgeon who has developed a new technique for muscle relaxation. He is summoned by his one-time love, Maude, who is now married to Baron Sardonicus. When he arrives, he finds villagers who live in fear. The Baron is strange man, not the least because he covers his face with a mask. Eventually, he tells Sir Robert the story of how he acquired his current affliction - his face is is frozen and hideously disfigured. Despite Sir Robert's best efforts, he can't return his face to normal. The Baron however forces him to keep trying, threatening to harm Maude if he refuses.
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The Mummy (Hammer)
(1959) One by one the archaeologists who discover the 4,000-year-old tomb of Princess Ananka are brutally murdered. Kharis (Lee), high priest in Egypt 40 centuries ago, has been brought to life by the power of the ancient gods and his sole purpose is to destroy those responsible for the desecration of the sacred tomb.
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Mummy Hammer Double Feature
THIS DVD CONTAINS TWO HAMMER MUMMY FEATURES. 1. THE CURSE OF THE MUMMY'S TOMB (1964) 2. THE MUMMY'S SHROUD (1967)
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Murders In The Rue Morgue
(1932) In 19th Century Paris, the maniacal Dr. Mirakle, played by Bela Lugosi, abducts young women and injects them with ape blood in an attempt to prove ape-human kinship. He constantly meets failure as the abducted women die. Medical student Pierre Dupin discovers what Mirakle is doing too late to prevent the abduction of his girlfriend Camille. Now he desperately tries to enlist the help of the police to get her back. Watch for the terrifying ape in this film. You may have nightmares for a while.
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Murders In The Zoo
(1933) Insanely jealous of his wife, wealthy zoologist Lionel Atwill uses his knowledge of animals to dispose of any would-be rivals. Atwill brings his latest collection of wild animals to a major metropolitan zoo. Here he continues his homicidal ways, dispatching his wife's lover (John Lodge) with the severed head of a poisonous snake. When his wife (Kathleen Burke) gathers up enough evidence to go to the police, Atwill unceremoniously dumps her in the zoo's alligator pit. A young animal specialist (Randolph Scott) and the zoo owner's daughter (Gail Patrick) suspect foul play and get the goods on the villain. Attempting to escape, Atwill accidentally locks himself in the python cage, and.....
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Mystery of the Wax Museum
(1933) London, sculptor Ivan Igor struggles in vain to prevent his partner Worth from burning his wax museum...and his 'children.' Years later, Igor starts a new museum in New York, but his maimed hands confine him to directing lesser artists. People begin disappearing.
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Neanderthal Man
(1953) In a mountain home, Dr. Cliff Groves (Robert Shayne - Inspector Henderson from TV's Adventures of Superman) is working hard on the theories that have driven him to the point of overbearing obsession. When the local game warden is shocked to see what looks like a saber-tooth tiger in the area, he consults scientist Dr. Ross Harkness (Richard Crane) about the mysterious animal, and the two men decide to find the tiger and kill it. Meanwhile, Groves' experimentation has escalated. One night he injects himself and turns into a savage Neanderthal man who commits a murder and a rape then quickly returns home and transforms back into Groves. When Dr. Harkness finds evidence to incriminate Groves, he confronts the madman, who transforms again, kidnapping a woman and fleeing into the woods. Unfortunately for Groves, a second saber-tooth tiger, created by injecting a housecat with his own formula, tears him to pieces; transforming back to himself, he murmurs "It's better this way," as he dies.
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Night Monster
(1942) Dr. Lynn Harper, psychologist, has been called out to the old Ingston Mansion, a dark and mysterious place with a very bad reputation, in order to make an assessment of the sanity of Margaret Ingston, daughter of patriarch Kurt Ingston. She claims to be sane, but she is clearly very disturbed. One by one visiting doctors are mysteriously murdered.
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Night of the Blood Beast
(1958) A rocket-ship carrying astronaut John Corcoran (Michael Emmet) launches and orbits the Earth, marking the United States' first manned space launch. Shortly after taking off, the ship is struck by an unknown object, forcing Corcoran to abort the mission and land. However, the equipment cannot handle the fast descent back into the atmosphere and the ship crash lands in the woods, killing Corcoran. Dave Randall (Ed Nelson) and Donna Bixby (Georgianna Carter), two technicians from a nearby space agency tracking station, locate the crashed ship and recover Corcoran's body. They are baffled, however, by what appears to be a giant tear in the side of the destroyed spacecraft and a mud-like substance covering some of the wreckage. The doctors also observe that Corcoran's body exhibits no signs of rigor mortis. The doctors soon learn that Corcoran has mysteriously regained consciousness. It turns out to be a plot by alien beings to conquer the earth.
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Night of the Ghouls
(1959) Follow-up to Ed Wood's "Plan 9 from Outer Space" about the walking dead.
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The Night Stalker
(1972) First film that started the Night Stalker TV series with Carl Kolchak investigating strange happenings. In this film Kolchak chases a vampire in Las Vegas.
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The Night Strangler
(1973) Supernatural phenomena, baffling murders and offbeat humor mark this second "Night Stalker" offering with a "great cast" and suspense so palpable, it'll feel like a presence right there in the room with you!
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