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Die Monster Die $4.99 (buy)
Based on a story by H.P. Lovecraft, Karloff stars as the wheelchaired master of a strange old house in Arkham, England who acquires mysterious powers when he is zapped by a radioactive meteorite. Color, 79 min, 1965.
Dracula: Prince of Darkness $6.99 (buy)
Hammer studios 1965 sequel to the 1958 classic Horror of Dracula, once again directed by veteran Terence Fisher and starring Christopher Lee. Anchor Bay’s Hammer Collection. Widescreen, 90 min. Includes behind the scenes feature and trailers.
The Evil Dead (Limited Edition) $7.99 (buy)
Digitally mastered with stereo sound. Theatrical trailer. Collectible 32-page booklet. Limited, numbered edition from Anchor Bay, 1998. 23437/35000.
Evil Dead II $6.99 (buy)
Widescreen (1.85:1). Featurette: "The Gore the Merrier." Theatrical trailer. Digitally mastered for optimum picture and sound. Anchor Bay, 2000 release. 84 min.
The Fearless Vampire Killers $10.99 (buy)
Roman Polanski's send-up of the vampire genre, Uncut and uncensored. (Yes it's rare!)1 hr 51 min. 1966.
Forbidden Planet $6.99 (buy)
Landmark science-fiction film with groundbreaking special effects. Featuring Robby the Robot 1956. 99 min. Widescreen.
Frankenstein Must be Destroyed $4.99 (buy)
The fifth Hammer Studio Frankenstein saga starring Peter Cushing, directed by Terence Fisher. 1969, 103 mins.
High School Hell Cats $4.99 (buy)
In this follow up to REFORM SCHOOL GIRLS director Edward Bernds once again mines the territory of naughty, nasty teenage girls. A gang of wicked co-eds vow to make their public high school a private hell for all the geeks, squares and faculty in attendance. Switch blades, drag races and plenty of harrowing peer-pressure fueled hi-jinks make this juvenile film a camp classic. 1958 1 hr, 9 min.
Horror of Dracula $4.99 (buy)
This original Hammer Studio rendition of the Dracula legend features Christopher Lee's first-ever appearance in the title role. His portrayal of the bloodsucking count is perhaps the best. 1958 82 min.
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