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Displayed in "most viewed" order with titles such as It! The Terror from Beyond Space, Horrific Sufferings of the Mind-Reading Monster Hercules Barefoot: His Wonderful Love and His Terrible Hatred, Gamera the Brave, Night Fright, Stephen King's Silver Bullet, The Swamp Man (Little Horrors), American Gothic, Wolf Man (1941), The Giant Gila Monster / The Killer Shrews, The Snow Creature.
It! The Terror from Beyond Space
It! The Terror from Beyond Space can be enjoyed on two levels. On the one hand, science fiction vet Jay Bixby (story credit for Fantastic Voyage, episodes of Star Trekand The Twilight Zone) has penned a tight screenplay that clocks in at less than 70 minutes. In the action you'll see precursors to Alien and other modern science fiction classics. On the other hand, you've got the pleasures of The Future As Envisioned in 1958 (Hey look! Female crew members! Wait a minute, they're serving…
Horrific Sufferings of the Mind-Reading Monster Hercules Barefoot: His Wonderful Love and His Terrible Hatred
Horrific Sufferings of the Mind-Reading Monster Hercules Barefoot is the picaresque fable of the love that grows between the mute, telepathic human monstrosity Hercules and the beautiful Henriette—a love that will entwine their fates forever. Author Carl-Johan Vallgren creates an unforgettable cast of grotesqueries in a magical and atmospheric tour of nineteenth-century Europe—from the bordello, where Hercules is born, to the squalor of the asylum, where he finds only pain, to the sinister…
Gamera the Brave
Gamera is a touching story of a boy and his alien turtle, something I'm sure we can all relate to. But if you have a hard time picturing that scenario, just think E.T. by way of giant monster combat.
Okay, it's like this. A super-secret government rocket experiment crashes, but the feds won't let the local sheriff see it. Not long after there's a really nasty murder down on lover's lane. Could the two things be connected? In the meantime, and in spite of the sheriff's warnings, a group of teenagers decide to have a dance-and-make-out party down at the lake. Have you ever tried to run from a monster while you are wearing go-go boots? Released in 1967, NIGHT FRIGHT, also…
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Stephen King's Silver Bullet
Marty is an 11-year-old cripple who lives in a town where strange killings have been going on. Maybe it's a monster? Soon, Marty confronts this monster while setting off fireworks on the bridge and he finds out it's a werewolf. Now, he and his sister are searching for the man with only one eye (Marty had shot a firework into one of it's eyes) to figure out who the werewolf is. Silver Bullet was a very good Stephen King film and I enjoyed it quite a bit. The actors were alright. Some…
The Swamp Man (Little Horrors)
Aaargh!Sam and Kim get the heebie-jeebies when they hear strange footsteps squelching around outside. Is it just one of Aunt Loopy's crazy games? Or is it the slippery slime-monster coming to get them? More frighteningly funny stories!
Through the endless waltz of time, a man becomes a monster and a monster reclaims his humanity by saving one human soul. . . .1863Even the opium pipe and its dark dreams isn’t enough to erase the memories that haunt Nathaniel Peregrine. His home destroyed, his wife and children butchered, his world shattered by civil war—he can find no reason to protect his soul from the intoxicating evil that pursues him. Willingly he bends his neck for the beautiful demon who will take away his pain…
Wolf Man (1941)
Even a man who is pure in heart, And says his prayers by night, May become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms And the autumn moon is bright. If you haven't heard this piece of horror-movie doggerel before, you'll never forget it after seeing The Wolf Man for two reasons: it's a spooky piece of rhyme and nearly everybody in the picture recites it at one time or another. Set in a fog-bound studio-built Wales, The Wolf Man tells the doom-laden tale of Lawrence Talbot (Lon Chaney Jr.), who…
The Giant Gila Monster / The Killer Shrews
IN A NUTSHELL: 2 DRIVE-IN CLASSICS WHICH PLAYED TOGETHER IN 1959 --> 1st Feature: 'The Killer Shrews' Directed by Ray Kellogg, 1959 --->HOW DO YOU RATE A BAD MOVIE THAT ENTERTAINS? This movie somehow is terribly entertaining and I am not sure why. It does have monsters, mandatory in all epic B creature features, but what kind of monsters? Yes, special monsters! Giant killer shrews which are actually cute jumping puppies with silly rug-like rat suits. A best editing Oscar might have been won…
The Snow Creature
It's 1954, a golden age in the monster movie genre, a time when foreign cultures existed only to be exploited and ridiculed, when botanists never left home without a syringe and an ample volume of heavy duty sedative, when the idea of capturing a monster on the other side of the world and transporting it back to the States still seemed like a good idea, and when you could put a fur hat with earmuffs on some bearded dude and cast him as a monster (heck, you could even put some scrawny guy in…
How To Kill A Monster (Goosebumps Series)
Hating to stay with their deaf grandfather and baking-crazed grandmother, Gretchen and her stepbrother, Clark, fear the strange growling noises that they hear coming from the room on the second floor.
Deep in the mountains of nineteenth-century Carpathia lies the mysterious and mythic land of Transylvania, a world where evil is ever-present, where danger rises as the sun sets, and where monsters such as Count Dracula, the Wolf Man, and Frankenstein's Monster take form and inhabit man's deepest nightmares -- terrifying legends who outlive generations, defying repeated attacks from the doomed brave souls that challenge them in their never-ending war upon the human race. On order of a…
A coffee table style overview of horror movies, focusing on the various types of classic monster.
Destroy All Planets
Platform: DVD MOVIE Publisher: ALPHA VIDEO Packaging: DVD STYLE BOX Earth is invaded by evil aliens from another galaxy. Their attack is stopped by the mighty force of prehistoric monster Gamera. The aliens scan Gamera's brainwaves to discover and exploit his only weakness. By taking two young boys hostage they are able to seize control of the monster and use his powers against the Earth. As Gamera ravages the cities of Japan the two children struggle to escape freeing him from the the…
The Human Monster
This movie is based on "Dark Eyes of London" by Edgar Wallace.
A young couple and an escaped convict find themselves having to work together to survive and escape from a vicious parasitic monster that transforms people into bloodthirsty hosts.
The Monster Maker
Hollywood generally produced two varieties of horror films during the 1940s. RKO took the lead with the subtle creations of producer Val Lewton, who specialized in creating a mounting sense of unease through implication instead of specification. Universal, which had been so innovative earlier, generally recycled its earlier creations in a series of sequels, rehashes, and "monster rally" movies that saw every creature from Frankenstein's monster to the wolf man to Dracula under the…
Horror Classics V.14
Four horror classics: The Beast of Yucca Flats, The Corpse Vanishes, Giant From the Unknown, and The Monster Maker.
Horror Classics V.19
Four horror classics: Devil's Messenger, The Ghost Walks, Human Gorilla, and The Mad Monster.
On Halloween, a teenage boy who is grounded and forced to baby-sit his brother and sister discovers, along with his siblings, that his house is haunted.