Fright Night Classics 8 Movies 2004 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Unlike many of the budget priced DVD sets, FRIGHT NIGHT CLASSICS features one movie per disc. Thus, eight films = eight DVDs. There’s only a single clunker in this set—one of those “shot in a week” Philippino specials. The rest range in quality from not bad to really good. Film-to-DVD transfers of ST. CLAIR DVDs tends to be quite fine.
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The following alphabetized program list provides 1 to 10 viewer poll ratings, plus country of origin (if other than USA), years of release and principal actors for each title.
(7.8) Deep Red (Italy-1975) - David Hemmings/Daria Nicolodi
(4.5) Don’t Look In The Basement (“The Forgotten”) (1973) - Bill McGhee/Jessie Lee Fulton
(6.2) God Told Me To (1976) - Tony Lo Bianco/Sandy Dennis/Sylvia Sidney
(6.0) The House by the Cemetery (Italy-1981) - Catriona MacColl
(4.6) Lady Frankenstein (Italy-1971) - Joseph Cotten/Rosalba Neri
(4.8) Pieces (USA/Spain/Puerto Rico-1982) - Christopher George/Lynda Day George/Edmund Purdom
(5.0) Silent Night, Bloody Night (1974) - Patrick O’Neal/James Patterson/John Carradine (in support)
(2.6) The Thirsty Dead (USA/Philippines-1974) - Jennifer Billingsley/Judith McConnell/John Consodine