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Addicted to Murder (1995)
A man who was sexually abused as a child finds himself unable to relate to women - so he kills them. Everything works out just fine...until he meets someone far more dangerous - a beautiful female vampire. Color. $14.95

The Atomic Brain (1964) a.k.a. Monstrosity
A wealthy but aging woman (Marjorie Eaton) hires scientist Frank Gerstle to place her brain in the body of a young, attractive woman. The doctor kidnaps three beauties to experiment on, and two of them become murderous zombies. He puts a cat brain (!) in the third woman's skull and she turns into a deadly feline. Must be seen to be believed. $14.95

Attack of the Giant Leeches (1959)
Swamp creatures with a taste for human flesh populate this sci-fi release from Roger Corman's brother Gene. Starring Bruno Ve Sota and the always sexy Yvette Vickers (Playboy's Miss July, 1959) as his trampy wife. Yvette spends much of the movie driving Bruno nuts as she tauntingly applies lotion to her shapely legs, rebuffs his attempts at affection, flirts with customers and carries on an illicit affair with his best friend. $14.95

Beach Girls and the Monster (1964) a.k.a. Surf Terror
Screen idol John Hall ended his thirteen year retirement to direct and star in this lurid tale of an oceanographer who dresses as a monster to terrorzie rock 'n' roll crazed teens. $14.95

The Black Scorpion (1957)
While investigating a volcano in Mexico, geologist Richard Denning discovers a nest of monstrous scorpions. $19.95

The Black Sleep (1956)
A mad scientist produces a serum that turns men into zombie-like creatures. Starring Basil Rathbone, Akim Tamiroff, Lon Chaney, Jr., John Carradine, Bela Lugosi and Tor Johnson. $19.95

The Black Torment (1965)
Gothic horror tale about a man whose wife has committed suicide. He remarries, but finds himself accused of rape and threatened by an ugly, bloodthirsty mob. $14.95

The Blancheville Monster (1963)
Joan Hills, Richard Davis $19.95

Blood Demon (1967) a.k.a. The Torture Chamber of Dr. Sadism
Christopher Lee stars in this weird story about a count who has been beheaded and dismembered for killing virgins. His faithful servant puts him back together and the fun continues. Also with Lex Barker and Karin Dor. Color. $14.95

Bloodlust (1959)
Low budget version of 'The Most Dangerous Game' features Wilton Graff as a mad doctor who hunts down teenagers for sport. Also with a pre- 'Brady Bunch' Robert Reed. $14.95

Blood Mania (1971)
Sleazy horror opus about a demented woman who sets out to murder her abortion doctor father so she can claim her inheritance. Starring Peter Carpenter, Maria De Aragon, Reagan Wilson, Vicki Peters and Alex Rocco. Rated R. Color. $14.95

Bloody Pit of Horror (1966)
Mickey Hargitay ('Mr. Jayne Mansfield') stars as the Crimson Executioner, a Marquis de Sade-inspired kook who tortures a group of beautiful models who've shown up at his castle for a photo session. Not for kids or the squeamish. Color. $14.95

The Blood Suckers (1971)
Vampire film set on the island of Hydra. Starring Peter Cushing and Patrick MacNee. Not to be confused with the horrible 1967 film of the same name. In color and rated R. $14.95

Boarding House (1982)
A cursed house provides the setting for this horror opus from Paragon Classics. Starring Alexandra Day and Jonema. Color. $19.95

The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1959)
Herb (Jason) Evers is a surgeon whose horrible driving causes his fiancee's decapitation. He keeps her head alive in a pan while searching for a suitable replacement body. Meanwhile, the head goes nuts and releases a monster made earlier by the doctor, resulting in a bloody rampage. Movies just don't come any better than this. Completely Uncut! $14.95

A Bucket of Blood (1959)
Roger Corman's horror/comedy has a deserved cult following. The story concerns a murderous beatnik artist (Dick Miller) who turns his victims into statues. Watch for Bert Convy in a small role. $14.95

Carnival of Souls (1962)
Herk Harvey shot most of this film in Lawrence, Kansas - and the picture has since become a cult classic. The eerie story concerns a church organist (Candace Hilligoss) who 'survives' a car crash that kills several others. She returns to life, suffering the unwanted advances of her neighbor while she tries to accept her fate. Harvey also appears as a ghoul. $14.95

Chamber of Horrors (1941) a.k.a. The Door with Seven Locks
Leslie Banks (The Most Dangerous Game) plays a mad scientist who tortures various heirs to a mysterious fortune, thereby eliminating them as claimants. Also with Lili Palmer (Devil in Silk). $14.95

Condemned to Live (1935)
A married couple escapes a tribe of savages and lands in the New World. Unfortunately, the pregnant wife was bitten by a vampire bat and women start turning up murdered and drained of blood. Starring Ralph Morgan, Maxine Doyle and Mischa Auer. $19.95

Countess Dracula (1972)
A countess uses blood to stay eternally young. Starring Ingrid Pitt, Nigel Green, Peter Jeffrey and Leslie-Anne Down. Color. $19.95

Craze (1973)
London antique store owner Jack Palance is the self-styled head of an occult group that sacrifices women during their strange rituals. It's no surprise that local police keep finding the bodies of murdered women dumped around the countryside. Also with Diana Dors, Suzy Kendall, Trevor Howard and Dame Edith Evans. $19.95

The Crater Lake Monster (1977)
A sleeping dinosaur awakens when a giant meteor slams into crater lake. With Kacey Cobb and Glenn Roberts. Color. $14.95

The Crawling Hand (1963)
A student turns into a deranged killer after being possessed by the severed hand of an astronaut killed in space. Starring Peter Breck, Allison Hayes and a pre-'Gilligan' Alan Hale, Jr.. $19.95

Creature from Black Lake (1976)
Two college students try to locate a 'Bigfoot' type creature in the Louisiana backwoods. Starring screen vets Jack Elam and Dub Taylor. Color. $19.95

Creature of Destruction (1967)
A hypnotist (Les Tremayne) and his beautiful assistant use a strange and deadly monster to predict the future. Color. $19.95

Creature of the Walking Dead (1965)
A mad scientist brings a man back from the grave, only to learn he needs human blood to survive. With Rock Madison and Bruno Ve Sota. $14.95

The Creature's Revenge (1971) Brain of Blood
Mad scientist Kent Taylor conducts a bloody series of brain transplants while his dwarf assistant (Angelo Rossitto) pokes at chained women. Directed by Al Adamson. Co-starring Reed Hadley, John Bloom, Grant Williams, Vicki Volante, Regina Carroll and Zandor Vorkov. $19.95

Crypt of Horror (1963)
A count begins to suspect his daughter of being a reincarnated witch who has vowed to destroy the family. Starring Christopher Lee and Ursula Davis. $14.95

Crypt of the Living Dead (1973)
Actor Ray Danton directed this horror tale set on Vampire Island. Starring Andrew Prince, Patty Sheppard and Mark Damon. $19.95

Curse of Bigfoot (1972)
A hairy monster guards an Indian burial ground. Starring Bob Clymire and Jan Swihart. Color. $19.95

Curse of the Crying Woman (1961)
Ludicrous Mexican horror film starring Rosita Arenas and Abel Salazar. Dubbed into English. $19.95

Curse of the Swamp Creature (1966)
Mad scientist misadventures from Larry Buchanan. Starring John Agar, Francine York and Jeff Alexander. $19.95

Curucu, Beast of the Amazon (1956)
Beverly Garland journeys to the South American jungle in search of a cure for cancer. There she meets and falls in love with a plantation owner (John Bromfield) who's native employees are being frightened away by a mysterious monster. Directed by Curt Siodmak. $14.95

Daughter of Dr. Jekyll (1957)
Edgar G. Ulmer directed this weird horror film that combines elements of the Robert Louis Stevenson tale with vampires and werewolves. Cast includes John Agar and Gloria Talbot. $19.95

Daughter of Horror (1955) a.k.a. Dementia
A troubled young woman cuts off the hand of her murder victim in this dreamy fantasy. Co-starring Adrienne Barrett and narrated by Ed McMahon, a film credit he lated denied. Quite a unique film. $14.95

Daughters of Darkness (1971)
(Le Rouge aux Levres) - Arty lesbian vampire film from Europe. A mysterious countess (Delphine Seyrig) and her beautiful lover (Andrea Rau) seduce a young couple they meet at a fancy seaside resort. Rated R. Color. $14.95

Dead Men Walk (1943)
George Zucco plays brothers (one good, one evil) in this vampire film from PRC. Also with Mary Carlisle, Robert Strange and Dwight Frye as the hunchbacked assistant. Directed by Sam Newfield. $19.95

Dead of Night (1946)
Five tales of the supernatural are woven together in this classic British thriller. 'The Ventriloquist's Dummy,' 'The Christmas Story,' 'The Linking Story,' 'The Hearse Driver,' 'The Golfing Story' and 'The Haunted Mirror.' Starring Michael Redgrave. Not for the faint-hearted! $19.95

Death at Love House (1976)
A writer is obsessed with a dead movie queen who may have been intimate with his father. Starring Robert Wagner, Kate Jackson, Slyvia Sidney, Joan Blondell, Dorothy Lamour, Marianna Hill and John Carradine. Filmed in the famed Harold Lloyd mansion. Color. $19.95

Death Curse of Tartu (1967)
A group of archaeology students disturb the grave of an ancient witch doctor, who returns to Earth in various forms (snake, alligator, zombie, etc.) to kill all those involved. From William Grefe ('The Hooked Generation'). Color. $19.95

The Devil's Commandment (1956)
Seminal horror erotica from Ricardo Freda and Mario Bava. Local virgins provide the blood that keeps an aging countess looking good. $14.95

The Devil's Daughter (1939)
Voodoo exploitation from Sack Amusement Enterprises. Starring Nina Mae McKinney ('Pinky,' 'Night Train to Memphis') and 'an all-star colored cast.' $14.95

The Devil's Hand (1961)
Beautiful Linda Christian, Robert Alda (Alan's dad) and Neil Hamilton (Batman's Commissioner Gordon) star in this Satanic cult shocker. $14.95

The Devil's Partner (1958)
An aging Satan worshipper (Edwin Nelson) dies and returns home as his younger self. Townspeople then learn he is continuing the same sorts of rites and evil spells that he practiced previously. 'Half man, half beast - he sold his soul...for PASSION!' $14.95

Devil Times Five (1974)
a.k.a. The Horrible House on the Hill, People Toys
Five teens escape from an insane asylum and take over a mountain retreat. Starring Gene Nelson, Sorrell Booke and 1970s heart-throb Leif Garrett. Rated R. Color. $14.95

Devil Woman (1976)
Drive-In classic features a snake-headed woman who wreaks vengeance on the villagers who killed her family. With Divina Valencia. Rated R for nudity and Kung Fu violence. Color. $14.95

The Diabolical Dr. Z (1966)
European sex/horror classic with Mabel Karr seeking revenge against the doctors she feels killed her father. She uses thought-control on a sexy nightclub performer (Estella Blain) whose long fingernails Karr intends to use as murder weapons! Lots of beautiful women appear in this weirdly erotic thriller. $14.95

Diary of an Erotic Murderess (1975)
Sex kitten Marissa Meli charms millionaire Richard Conte and his hapless son, resulting in tragedy all around. Beautiful color print. $14.95

The Disembodied (1957)
Voodoo horrors with Paul Burke and Allison Hayes ('Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman'). Directed by 'Dragnet' veteran Walter Grauman. $19.95

Doctor of Doom (1962)
Mexican wrestling-horror film starring Lorena Velazquez. A mad scientist plants a gorilla brain into a man's head, then puts one in the head of a female wrestler. Dubbed into English. $19.95

The Dracula Saga (1972)
A descendant of the evil count returns to claim his legacy. With Tina Sainz. Contains nudity. Color. $14.95

Dracula vs. Frankenstein (1970) a.k.a. Assignment Terror
An alien (Michael Rennie) nurses ailing werewolf Paul Naschy back to health - along with Frankenstein's monster and the Mummy. Rennie also finds time to create, as he puts it: 'A group of beautiful women who will blindly obey my orders.' Also starring Craig Hull and Karin Dor. Color. $14.95

Dr. Blood's Coffin (1961)
A mad doctor (Keiron Moore) delights in transplanting the heart of a 'worthless' human into one more 'valuable.' Meanwhile, his nurse (Hazel Court) finds herself in the middle of a romantic triangle that includes the doctor and a revived corpse! Color. $19.95

Dr. Orloff's Monster (1964)
A mad scientist enlists a murderous robot to do his bidding. This was the first of many sequels to 'The Awful Dr. Orloff.' Features Agnes Spaak and Jose Rubio. $19.95

Embryo (1976)
a.k.a. Created to KillHorror and death result when a woman and a dog are grown outside of the womb. Starring Rock Hudson and Diane Ladd. Color. $19.95

The Eyes of the Mummy (1918) Die Augen Der Mumie Ma
Silent film directed by Ernst Lubitsch. $19.95

Face of Terror (1959)
A doctor transforms a scarred woman into a beauty - too bad sheís an escaped maniac! Starring Fernando Rey. $14.95

The Fiendish Ghouls (1961)
a.k.a. Mania, Psycho Killers, The Flesh and the Fiends
Two murderers supply a sleazy doctor with 'fresh' bodies. Starring Peter Cushing and Donald Pleasence. $14.95

Frankenstein's Castle of Freaks (1973)
Frankenstein (Rossano Brazzi) works on his creation while his dwarf assistant (Michael Dunn) peeks at naked women. Color. $14.95

Frankenstein's Daughter (1958)
A descendant of the famed doctor creates a new monster from a teenage girl's corpse. With Sandra Knight (Mrs. Jack Nicholson) and Harold Lloyd, Jr. $14.95

From Hell It Came (1957)
A tree monster rises from a south sea grave and terrorizes the locals. Starring Tod Andrews, Tina Carver, Linda Watkins and Gregg Palmer. $19.95

Ghosts of Hanley House (1968)
Creepy haunted house picture shot in Texas. With Barbara Chase. Loaded with atmosphere, intentional and otherwise. $14.95

Giant from the Unknown (1958)
Giant Conquistidor (Buddy Baer) is brought back to life and goes on a bloody rampage. Starring Edward Kemmer, Sally Fraser and Bob Steele. From the producer of the 'Planet of the Apes' series. $19.95

Gorgasm (1993)
Starring Maxx and Easyriders centerfold Gabriella as a beautiful killer who lures men into her clutches with a provocative personal ad. Loaded with blood and nudity. Adults Only. Color. $14.95

The Great Alligator (1980)
A giant reptile threatens the guests at an exclusive African resort. Starring Mel Ferrer and Barbara Bach. Color. $19.95

Hands of a Stranger (1962)
Starring Joan Harvey and Irish ('Sheena') McCalla. A pair of murderous severed hands are attached to the handless arms of an injured pianist. $19.95

Hatchet for the Honeymoon (1969)
Mario Bavaís strange tale of an impotent bridegroom who goes nuts and starts hacking up gals in wedding gowns! Color. $14.95

The Head (1959)
French star Michel Simon ('Panique') slums in this lurid film, which amounts to the German version of 'The Brain That Wouldn't Die.' Scientist Horst Frank is a scientist who grafts the body of a stripper onto another woman, then immediately starts hitting on her! $14.95

Hideous Sun Demon (1959)
a.k.a. Blood on His Lips, The Sun Demon, Terror from the Sun
Robert Clarke produced, directed and starred in this wild story of a man who turns into a scaly reptile when his skin is exposed to sunlight. Nan Peterson co-stars as a sexy lounge singer who momentarily falls for him. A TV favorite throughout the 'sixties. $14.95

Hollywood Horror House (1968)
a.k.a. Savage Intruder
Strange independent shocker featuring a cast of Tinsletown veterans, including Gale Sondergaard, Miriam Hopkins and Joe Besser. Color. $19.95

The Hooker Cult Murders (1973) a.k.a. The Pyx
When a call girl (Karen Black) is murdered, cop Christopher Plummer investigates and finds a satanic cult. Nice blend of horror, sci-fi and mystery. Color. $19.95

Horror and Science Fiction Prevues VOLUME 1
'Creature from the Black Lagoon,' 'Night of the Living Dead,' ,Flash Gordon,' 'Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman,' 'Dracula,' 'King Kong' and many more. Color/B&W. $19.95

Horror and Science Fiction Prevues VOLUME 2
'Forbidden Planet,' 'Them,' 'Things to Come,' 'War of the Worlds,' 'The Voyage of Sinbad' and many more. Color/B&W. $19.95

Horror and Science Fiction Prevues VOLUME 3
'Horrors of the Black Museum,' 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre,' 'The Omen,' 'Carrie,' 'Dracula - Prince of Darkness' and many more. Color/B&W. $19.95

The Horror Chamber of Dr. Faustus (1962)
a.k.a. Eyes Without a Face
A plastic surgeon (Pierre Brasseur) becomes obsessed with recreating the original face of his recently disfigured daughter. He kidnaps girls who resemble her, and removes their faces in a demented attempt to restore his daughter's beauty. $19.95

Horror Express (1973)
a.k.a. Panic on the Trans-Siberian Express
Starring Christopher Lee, Telly Savalas and Peter Cushing. A frozen monster returns to life while being transported across turn-of-the-century Asia. Color. $14.95

Horror Hotel (1960)
Scary occult picture features Christopher Lee as an expert on witchcraft. A college girl journeys to a strange village, where she encounters several deadly surprises a la Psycho, which was released the same year. Also starring Venetia Stevenson, Patricia Jessell and Betta St. John. Two versions available - please specify Wide Screen or Pan & Scan. $14.95

The Horror of Party Beach (1964)
Legendary turkey about a batch of scaly monsters who show up after radioactive waste is dumped into the ocean. $14.95

Horror Planet (1982) a.k.a. Inseminoid
Bloody tale of deadly alien creatures on the loose. Starring Judy Geeson and Jennifer Ashley. Color. $19.95

The House in Marsh Road (1960)
A haunted house is the setting for this fine British murder mystery starring Tony Wright and Patricia Dainton. $14.95

House of Insane Women (1974)
a.k.a. Exorcism's Daughter
Eerie European entry in the Exorcist-inspired film cycle. With Amelia Gade. Color. $14.95

Humanoids from the Deep (1980)
Mutant sea creatures come ashore and terrorize the local population by raping women (after tearing off their tops of course) and commiting other foul deeds. Doug McClure and Vic Morrow head the cast. No one forgets the ending once they've seen it. Rated R. Color. $19.95

I Bury the Living (1958)
Interesting story of a graveyard and its' caretaker (Richard Boone). On a map of the cemetary, Boone uses white pins to mark empty (but sold) plots and black pins to mark occupied graves. When the pins are switched, owners of the gravesights begin dying and the deceased occupants return from the dead. A well-made psychological thriller. $14.95

I Eat Your Skin (1971)
a.k.a. Voodoo Blood Bath, Zombie
Horror 'classic' from Del Tenney. Starring William Joyce and Heather Hewitt. $19.95

Invasion of the Blood Farmers (1972)
Low, low budget horrors from the same guy who wrote 'Shriek of the Mutilated.' From the ads: 'Don't eat before you see this show and you'll have nothing to lose!' Color. $14.95

Invasion of the Vampires (1961)
Low budget Mexican horrors with Erna Martha Bauman (dubbed into English). $19.95

Island of Terror (1967)
Hammer horror master Terence Fisher directed this terror/sci-fi thriller about rapidly multiplying silicon creatures that have decimated the population of an Irish isle. Great cast includes Peter Cushing and Edward Judd. Color. $14.95

It Happened at Nightmare Inn (1973) a.k.a. Nightmare Hotel
Low budget shocker about a woman who kills guests who've checked into her hotel. With Judy Geeson. Color. $14.95

I Walked with a Zombie (1943)
Acclaimed Val Lewton thriller with Tom Conway, James Ellison and Frances Dee. $19.95

Jack the Ripper (1959)
An American detective teams up with Scotland Yard to hunt down London's notorious prostitute killer. This effective thriller has many gruesome touches, including a graphic (color) end sequence. Just as scary as when we first saw it on television in the 1960's. $14.95

Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter (1966)
Daughter of the legendary doctor continues his experiments in the Old West. When she turns Jesse James' pal into a monster, the famous outlaw is not amused. Featuring Jim Davis and directed by William 'One Shot' Beaudine. $14.95

The Keeper (1975)
A madman uses hypnotism in his attempt at world domination. Starring Christopher Lee and Sally Gray. Color. $14.95

Kill, Baby, Kill (1966)
A young girl returns from the grave seeking revenge on the townspeople responsible for her death. With Erica Blanc and Fabienne Dali. $14.95

The Killer Shrews (1959)
James Best and Ken Curtis (Festus from TV's 'Gunsmoke') star in this story of a pack of giant, man-eating rodents terrorizing the local populace. $14.95

King of the Zombies (1941)
A Nazi sympathizer creates an army of the undead. Starring Dick Purcell, Joan Woodbury and Mantan Mooreland. $19.95

Lady Frankenstein (1971)
a.k.a. Daughter of Frankenstein
Thirty years after Citizen Kane, Joseph Cotten starred in this European sex-horror flick from Mel Welles ('Little Shop of Horrors'). Cotton plays Baron Frankenstein, whose daughter creates a monster of her own. Also with Mickey Hargitay. Rated R. Color. $14.95

Macabre (1958)
Murderous horror tale starring William Prince, Jim Backus, Christine White and Jacqueline Scott. Director William Castle offered insurance policies for audience members in case they died of fright. $19.95

The Mad Monster (1942)
George Zucco turns Glenn Strange into a monster by injecting him with wolf blood. $19.95

Manbeast (1956)
Rock Madison and Virginia Maynor star in this story of the search for the Abominable Snowman. $14.95

Man Eater of Hydra (1968)
Island of the Doomed
A demented botanist (Cameron Mitchell) develops a man-eating plant. Directed by Mel Welles. $19.95

Maniac (1934)
Dwain Esper's immortal sleaze-fest is the forerunner of today's trash cinema. See a cat's eye being eaten, women fighting with syringes, a mad rapist and more. $14.95

The Manster (1959)
A reporter is transformed into a hideous monster after receiving an injection from a mad scientist. With Jane Hylton and various Japanese babes. $14.95

Man with Two Lives (1942)
A young man injured in a car accident is restored to life using the 'soul' of a criminal. Starring Edward Norris. $19.95

Mill of the Stone Women (1963)
a.k.a. The Horrible Stone Women
An art student (Pierre Brice) studies a strange Dutch carosel (with women instead of horses!) and learns its' deadly secret. From Pieter Van Weigen's weird short story and featuring great location photography. Also with Wolfgang Preiss and Scilla Gabel. Color. $14.95

The Monster Maker (1944)
J. Carroll Naish injects germs into Ralph Morgan, hoping that subsequently curing him will impress the woman he loves (Wanda McKay). Also with Glenn Strange. $19.95

Monster From Green Hell (1957)
Jim Davis and Barbara Turner star in this strange tale of a 'mammoth monster that terroized the Earth!' Set in Africa. $14.95

Monsters Crash the Pajama Party (1965)
Teens stumble upon a crazed scientist in the middle of series of strange experiments. During screenings, actors ran into the audience and 'terrified' theatre patrons. With Don Brandon. $14.95

The Monster Walks (1932)
A killer ape roams through a mysterious house. Nice B picture starring Rex Lease and Mischa Auer. $14.95

The Most Dangerous Game (1932)
A madman hunts human beings on his own private island. This classic film influenced California's infamous Zodiac killer. Starring Joel McRea, Fay Wray, Robert Armstrong and Leslie Banks. $14.95

Murder Mansion (1970)
Travelers are confronted by a macabre mistress and her ghostly friends when they stop at a spooky old house. Starring Analia Gade and Evelyn Stewart. $19.95

The Naked Witch (1964)
A student doing research into the occult digs up the body of a witch and brings her back to life. The witch shows her gratitude by continuing a reign of terror she started years before. 'She had the body of a goddess...but within her raged the fires of Hell!' Directed by Larry Buchanan. $14.95

The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave (1971)
A demented playboy lures strippers and other beautiful women to his mansion and tortures them in his dungeon. This R-rated drive-in classic has plenty of nudity and bloodletting. Adults only. Color. $14.95

The Night Has Eyes (1942) a.k.a. Terror House
Two schoolteachers on holiday (Joyce Howard and Tucker McGuire) search the region where their friend disappeared a year before. A storm forces them to seek refuge in the home a disturbed veteran (James Mason) whom they come to suspect as the killer. This moody thriller horrified audiences all over England. $19.95

Night of the Living Dead (1968)
The cult classic that started a new cycle of horror films. Bodies emerge from their graves and walk the Earth, attacking humans and eating their flesh. $14.95

Night of the Sorcerers (1973)
Lorena Tower and Jack Taylor star in this Spanish horror film. Evil jungle natives decapitate white women, who then return from the dead as sexy ghouls. Color. $14.95

Night Tide (1961)
Engaging fantasy about a mermaid and the sailor (Dennis Hopper) who becomes obsessed with her. Gavin Muir and Luana Anders (Dementia 13) co-star. $14.95

Oasis of the Zombies (1981)
Nazi soldiers are slaughtered in the North African desert only to return to 'life' years later. Their worm ridden and rotting bodies rise up from the grave. Powered by their undead souls, they lust after blood and tear the flesh from any who venture near! Color. $19.95

Old Mother Riley's Ghosts (1941)
Mrs. Riley battles spies and spooks in this charming horror/comedy. Starring Arthur Lucan, Sebastian Cabot and Kitty McShane. $19.95

The Outer Limits: Sandkings (1995)
Beau Bridges stars with his real life father Lloyd Bridges and Helen Shaver in this bone chilling thriller based on one of the most celebrated sci-fi series of all time...The Outer Limits. 'This one is terrific...scary stuff.' - The Hollywood Reporter. $24.95

Phantom from 10,000 Leagues (1956)
Horror/sci-fi from Samuel Z. Arkoff and James H. Nicholson (one of their first efforts) is the story of a man-eating sea monster. With Kent Taylor and Cathy Downs ('The Flaming Urge'). $14.95

The Pharaoh's Curse (1957)
Members of an archaeological party are killed off one by one after they desecrate a holy site. Starring Mark Dana, Ziva Rodann and Ben Wright. $19.95

Portrait in Terror (1965)
Another weird film from director Jack ('Spider Baby') Hill. This one concerns a demented hit man (Patrcik Magee) and a demented artist (William Campbell). Psychotronic's Michael Weldon recommends it for its 'impressive chase scene' 'murders' and 'sex.' $14.95

Prehistoric Women (1950)
Color adventure film matches sexy Amazons against a variety of monsters. With Allan Nixon and Laurette Luez. So bad you're sure to enjoy it. $14.95

Psycho-Mania (1963)
Del Tenney's 'adults only' horror film about sex murders at a girl's school is actually quite good. This Psycho-inspired production features early appearances by James Farentino, Sylvia Miles and Dick Van Patten. $14.95

The Red House (1947)
A demented farmer (Edward G. Robinson) is haunted by his past crimes in this terrific mixture of gothic horror and film noir, which boasts fine acting and a unique, moody quality. Co-starring Judith Anderson, Lon McCallister, Julie London and Rory Calhoun. Highly recommended. $14.95

Revolt of the Zombies (1936)
During WWI, the French develop an army of zombies. When the war ends, the order is given to find all og\f the undead and destroy them. Easier said than done. Starring Dean Jagger and Dorothy Stone. $19.95

Ring of Terror (1962)
When a group of college boys discover that their otherwise brave pal is afraid of dead bodies, they arrange an initiation whereby he must remove the ring from a corpse. Starring George Mather and Joseph Conway. $14.95

Satanic (1969)
An aged woman drinks a special serum that turns her young again, but at what cost? With Madge Kabopka. Color. $14.95

The Screaming Skull (1958)
Producers offered free burial sevice for those who died of fright while watching this supernatural shocker. With John Hudson and Peggy Webber. $14.95

Screaming for Sanity (1995)
Truth or Dare 3
Sequel to Wicked Games! A demented story of double-crosses, guilt, sin and bloody retaliation. A madman again wreaks vengeance in Florida, going on a bloody murder spree. Directed by Tim Ritter. Unrated for sex and gore. Color. $14.95

Scream of the Demon Lover (1971)
R-rated Euro-horror about a deformed killer with 'hot fire consuming his body as he lusts for revenge.' Color. $14.95

Scream of the Wolf (1974)
An adventure writer (Peter Graves) stalks a murderous creature. Also with Clint Walker, Jo Ann Pflug, Philip Carey, Don Megowan and Brian Richards. Color. $19.95

She Demons (1959)
Irish McCalla (TV's Sheena of the Jungle) stars in this bizarre story of a Nazi criminal who turns native cuties into hideous monsters (albeit well built ones). Also with Todd Griffin and Victor Sen Yung (Charlie Chan's Number one son). $14.95

She Wolf of London (1946)
Werewolf mystery featuring June Lockhart (!), Don Porter and Lloyd Corrigan. $19.95

Shriek of the Mutilated (1974)
College kids in search of the great white Yeti (Abominable Snowman/Bigfoot) run into a variety of grisly deaths. With Tawm Ellis ('Cat Women of the Moon') and featuring the hit song 'Popcorn' by Hot Butter. Color. $14.95

Shrunken Heads (1994)
A group of kids try their hand at crime fighting (like their comic book idols), but are killed by punks. A practitioner of voodoo brings them back from the grave for another try. A really weird film from Richard Elfman. Color. Lists for $89.95 - on sale for just $59.95

Sinthia: The Devil's Doll (1970)
This weird horror-murder-sex flick from Ray Dennis Steckler features a young girl with demonic dreams. Rated R (loaded with sex and nudity). Color. $14.95

The Slime People (1963)
Prehistoric monsters are awakened by atomic test blasts and take over L.A. Starring Robert Hutton, Susan Hart and Les Tremayne. $19.95

Snowbeast (1977)
A mysterious creature murders unsuspecting skiers at a winter resort. Starring Bo Svenson, Yvette Mimieux, Clint Walker, Robert Logan and Sylvia Sidney. Color. $19.95

The Snow Creature (1954)
Another monster tale from Billy Wilder's brother Lee - this time featuring an abominable snowman who terrorizes L.A. With Paul Langton and Teru Shimada. $14.95

Sound of Horror (1966)
An expedition to mysterious island turns up a murderous dinosaur. Starring James Philbrook, Ingrid Pitt ('Countess Dracula') and Arturo Fernandez. $19.95

Sweet Sound of Death (1965)
A man dreams of his loverís death - only to see it come true. $14.95

The Tell-Tale Heart (1962)
a.k.a. The Hidden Room of 1,000 Horrors
Laurence Payne stars in this creepy version of Edgar Allen Poe's famous horror story. Also with Adrienne Corri. Produced in Great Britain by the Danziger brothers ('Jigsaw,' 'Devil Girl from Mars'). $14.95

Terror in the Haunted House (1958)
a.k.a. My World Dies Screaming
Gerald Mohr takes his wife Cathy O'Donnell back to the house where (as a young girl) she witnessed a shocking axe murder. Creepy psychological horrors from Howco. $19.95

Terror is a Man (1959)
An all-American cast appears in this Phillipine horror production about a mad scientist (Francis Lederer) who transforms a panther into a man. Inspired by 'Island of Lost Souls' and starring Richard Derr ('When Worlds Collide'). $14.95

Tomb of the Undead (1972)
Convicts are turned into zombies and begin preying on the living. Starring Duncan McLeod. Color. $19.95

Tormented (1960)
When musician Richard Carlson kills his mistress (the voluptuous Juli Reding), her sexy ghost proceeds to make his life (and wedding) a living Hell. An enjoyable supernatural horror pic from Bert I. Gordon ('The Amazing Colassal Man'). $14.95

Tower of Screaming Virgins (1968)
European sex/costume drama about a murderous countess who tortures and kills young men after having sex with them. Based loosely on the works of Dumas. In color, with great photography and production values. Rated R. $14.95

Track of the Vampire (1966) a.k.a. Bloodbath
A Yugoslavian vampire picture with new footage added. Starring William Campbell, Sandra Knight, Lori Saunders and Jonathan Haze. Executive producer Roger Corman replaced director Jack Hill with feminist filmmaker Stephanie Rothman. It may not be the greatest film ever made, but there sure are a lot of beautiful women in it! $14.95

The Undying Monster (1942)
Scotland Yard inspector James Ellison helps heiress Heather Angel locate the bodies of her murdered family members (her brother is a werewolf). Also with John Howard and Charles McGraw. $19.95

The Unnatural (1952)
Creepy German film about a scientist (Erich von Stroheim) who uses artificial insemination to create a woman (Hildegarde Neff). Tragedy results since she was 'born outside the laws of God and man.' $14.95

The Vampire Bat (1933)
Strange horror film from tiny Majestic Studios, using actors and sets borrowed from Universal. The story is about a series of deaths believed caused by vampires - the great cast includes Lionel Atwill, Fay Wray, Melvyn Douglas, Robert Frazer, Lionel Belmore and Dwight Frye. $14.95

Vampire Hookers (1979)
'Blood isn't all they suck!' Vampire John Carradine sends his sexy henchwomen to bring strong young studs back to his castle. $14.95

Vampires and Other Stereotypes (1992)
A slickly produced horror feature concerning party-hopping ingenues, giant rats, kidnappers, vampires, blood rituals and demons from Hell. Nice special effects and good use of NYC locations. Color. $14.95

The Vampire's Ghost (1945)
John Abbott stars as a 400 year old vampire-zombie who preys on the inhabitants of West Africa. Also with Charles Gordon, Peggy Stewart and Grant Withers. $19.95

Vampire's Night Orgy (1973) a.k.a. Orgy of the Vampires
A group of tourists ends up in a town filled with vampires. With Jack Taylor and Charo Soriano. Directed by Leon Klimovsky (Werewolf vs. the Vampire Woman, Dr. Jekyll and the Wolfman). Color. $14.95

Vampyr (1932) a.k.a. Castle of Doom
Carl Theodore Dryer's classic chiller is renowned for it's stylized use of light, shadow and inventive camerawork. Julian West plays a young man who travels to a mysterious European village and meets with a series of terrifying, dreamlike encounters. $14.95

The Vicious Sweet (1998)
A horror film actress watches in terror as zombies and monsters from her movies take physical form! 'This creepy, well-acted thriller is the last word in the scream queen subgenre!' - Fangoria. Color. $14.95

Voodoo Woman (1957)
A beautiful woman (Marla English) is transformed into a monster in this weird thriller. Also starring Mike Connors and Tom Conway. $14.95

Web of the Spider (1970)
a.k.a. In the Grip of the Spider, Dracula and the Castle of Blood, And Comes the Dawn...But Red
A man accepts a bet that he can't spend the night in a haunted house. Based on Edgar Allan Poe's 'Danse Macabre.' With Klaus Kinski (as Poe) and Tony Franciosa. A remake of Castle of Blood. Color. $14.95

Werewolf in a Girl's Dormitory (1961)
a.k.a. The Ghoul in School
Carl Schell (brother of Maximillian) plays a teacher at a school for wayward girls that is tormented by the local wolfman. $14.95

Witchcraft Through the Ages (1922) a.k.a. Haxan
Classic silent-era examination of the occult is still the last word on the subject. Contains early film nudity, strange rituals, torture and other assorted shocking sequences that still jolt viewers. $14.95

The Witch's Curse (1963)
A Scottish shepherd (muscleman Kirk Norris) tries to thwart a curse placed on his village by a witch who was burned at the stake. Italian horror picture also stars Helene Chanel and Andrea Bosic. Color. $19.95

Witches Mountain (1972)
Mexican horror $19.95

World of the Vampires
Mexican horror with Maurico Garces. $19.95

Wrestling Women vs. the Aztec Mummy (1964)
Bizarre Mexican horrors with Lorena Velazquez (dubbed into English). $19.95

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