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Displayed in "most viewed" order with titles such as Frankenstein: The Shadow Of Frankenstein Volume 1 (Frankenstein), Monster & The Girl, The Monster Book of Horrible Horrors, The Beast Within, The Monster Of Phantom Lake, Frankenstein (Universal Studios Classic Monster Collection), Monster Manor: Wolf Man Stu Bites Back - Book #4 (Monster Manor), Monster Dog, Little Monsters, Monster Planet: A Zombie Novel.
Frankenstein: The Shadow Of Frankenstein Volume 1 (Frankenstein)
Following his lab's explosion, Henry and Elizabeth Frankenstein head to London for a rest (and to avoid possible criminal charges). The monster, still alive, follows, but winds up in the Whitechapel district. There, he's mistaken for a disfigured, mentally disabled man and befriended by local prostitutes. When one of the [**]s is horribly murdered, the creature roams the area, hoping to protect the survivors. This brings him in contact with the real killer-Jack the Ripper. After 47 years,…
Monster & The Girl
the monster and the girl is a very strange but good movie from the classic monster era. univeral released but it was made by paramount. it has the same elements of the universal classic monsters but added film noir type film with gangsters and it's actually a very good movie. the title makes it seems more hokey than it is. the story and acting are quite good and you have george zucco in it as the mad doctor! i was suprised and it's one of my favorite of the genre. if you liked murder at…
The Monster Book of Horrible Horrors
A horrible tale featuring every scary monster a child can think of. Alf and Elf, the children's friend, find ingenious ways to keep the monsters securely tied up at night and ensure that children will have nothing to fear from cowardly monsters ever again.
The Beast Within
This movie is just really dull. You just can't take the movie seriously, and this movie tries hard to be some kind of serious revenge story. By the time it gets to the monster scene, you ended up not caring and just want the movie to be over. I have to say, this movie does have one of the funniest monster transformations I have ever seen! At one point, I thought he was about to turn into ET!
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The Monster Of Phantom Lake
A faithful tribute to the Cold War era, B-grade, drive-in horror movies of the 1950's, The Monster of Phantom Lake follows proud scientist Professor Jackson, his comely graduate student, and five swell teenagers as they discover the terrifying effects of
Frankenstein (Universal Studios Classic Monster Collection)
Boris Karloff stars as the screen's most memorable monster in what many consider to be the greatest horror film ever made. Dr. Frankenstein (Colin Clive) dares to tamper with life and death by creating a human monster (Karloff) out of lifeless body parts. It's director James Whale's adaptation of the Mary Shelley novel blended with Karloff's compassionate portrayal of a creature groping for identity that makes Frankenstein a masterpiece not only of the genre, but for all time.
Monster Manor: Wolf Man Stu Bites Back - Book #4 (Monster Manor)
It seems like Wolf Man Stu is always getting blamed for something! When sheep in the neighboring town start disappearing, everyone wants to point a finger at Stu. But he knows he's innocent! He is going to have to use all his tricks and his powers to 'bite' his way back to innocence and prove that even werewolves can be nice guys.
Alice Cooper stars as Lou, the rock star who unwittingly leads his band into a weekend of terror they will never forget. A classic werewolf adventure with a unique twist, Monster Dog will hold you in the grip of fear as it unleashes new dimensions in ter
Leap into a fantastically monstrous world where hijinks become high art, curfews and chores vanish from sight, and a wacky, irrepressible monster can become your best friend! Eleven-year-oldBrian (Fred Savage, "The Wonder Years") knows that there's a monster under his bed. And when he sets a trap for ithe captures an experience beyond his wildest dreams! Led by Maurice (Howie Mandel), a horned, blue-green prankster extraordinaire, Brian discovers the vast subterranean hideout of the…
Monster Planet: A Zombie Novel
Set twelve years after the shambling zombie masses have overrun Manhattan, America, and the world, Monster Planet is the mind-blowing conclusion to what must be the scariest trilogy ever. Oceans of blood, scattered limbs, wanton violence, and general mayhem abound, along with revivified mummies, a Welsh sorcerer, and Wellington's signature brand of cool high-tech weaponry and sly humor — zombies, after all, are the ultimate consumers. What do the undead want, aside from fresh meat? Do…
House of Frankenstein
The first of Universal's all-star monster tag-team bouts, House of Frankenstein boasts Dracula, the Wolf Man, and Frankenstein's monster, plus a menacing mad scientist (played with hammy glee by Boris Karloff) and his hunchbacked assistant (J. Carroll Naish). It's really more like two films. Karloff and Naish escape prison and find the skeleton of Dracula, resurrecting the dapper vampire (played by a dignified John Carradine) and unleashing him on an unsuspecting town. In the second…
My Friends Call Me Monster (Goosebumps Horrorland, No. 7)
Before joining the other kids trapped in HorrorLand, Michael Munroe will learn a few new lessons in FEAR: Never trust a teacher who calls everybody "Little Monsters." Be careful if that teacher invites you to lunch at her house. And never EVER trust a teacher with a giant monster egg in her own attic--especially if it's about to hatch!
The Ribbajack: and Other Haunting Tales
What if revenge were a monster of your own creation, and all you needed to summon it were enough hatred and enough imagination? Which of you would really be the monster? From vengeance monsters to haunted schools to the threat of a modern-day Medusa, New York Times bestselling author Brian Jacques spins six all-new tales of horror and suspense. Read on, but be careful. . . .
Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster
A young man steals a boat to find his brother but he and his shipmates become shipwrecked on a mysterious island inhabited by a giant sea monster and a slumbering godzilla. Studio: Sony Pictures Home Ent Release Date: 01/22/2008 Run time: 87 minutes Rating: Pg
In a world of subtle horrors, Elizabeth Mason is about to meet one monster she never counted on - herself. On the day of her 18th birthday Liz undergoes a strange metamorphosis which, for reasons unknown, causes her to transform into the monster called Crush! As if growing up isn't hard enough without that, Liz soon has to deal with a deadly, ruthless agent tailing her... with teenage werewolves. At least she has her best friend, Jen Tanaka, to count on. And what at first seems to be a curse…
The Giant Gila Monster/The Wasp Woman
THE GIANT GILA MONSTER Only Hell could breed such an enormous beast. Only God could destroy it! THE WASP WOMAN A beautiful woman by day - A lusting queen by night.
The Legend of Boggy Creek
A 1970s documentary-style drama questions the existence of a hairy 7ft tall Sasquatch-type monster that lives in a swap outside of Fouke, Arkansas. According to the locals the monster walks on two feet, has a characteristic smelly odor and kills chicken,
Stomp! Shout! Scream!
Great homage to sixties cinema, style and sensibility. This picture is better than the classics to which it pays homage ( Eeegah, Wild Guitar ); Jay Wade Edwards understands that movies move-- and music is the basis of editing. Most rock films of the sixties didn t know this; they re rather static. Edwards knows there s a beat to the music and there had better be a beat to the editing. All the while, he is lovingly embracing and gently ridiculing the whole motif: Girl band on the beach, two boy…
Godzilla Vs Hedorah
From earths pollution a new monster is spawned. Hedorah the smog monster destroys japan and fights godzilla while spewing his poisonous gas to further the damage. Studio: Sony Pictures Home Ent Release Date: 01/22/2008 Run time: 86 minutes Rating: Pg
The Giant Gila Monster
A small town in Texas finds itself under attack from a hungry fifty-foot long gila monster. No longer content to forage in the desert, the giant lizard begins to chomp on motorists and train passengers before descending upon the town itself. Only a quick-thinking teenager can save the town from being wiped out.