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Displayed in "most viewed" order with titles such as The Monster Maker / Dead Men Walk, Grampa's Monster Movies, Frankenstein '90, Monster Blood for Breakfast! (Goosebumps HorrorLand, No. 3), Attack of the 50 Ft. Monster Mania, One-Eyed Monster, Monster Island, Penance, Robot Monster, Nezulla the Rat Monster.
The Monster Maker / Dead Men Walk
The Monster Maker and Dead Men Walk Picture shows wrinkles in outer security plastic from item being scanned Full screen version Back Cover Movie Desciption: The Monster Maker - J Carol Naish and Ralph Morgan - B&W - 1944 - Approx. 62 minutes A mad scientist injects his enemies with a virus serum, causing them to become hideously deformed... Dead Men Walk - George Zucco and Mary Carlisle - B&W - 1943 - Approx. 64 minutes. The twin of a kindly small town plysician returns from the grave for…
Grampa's Monster Movies
Join Al "Grampa Munster" Lewis as he hosts a collection of his favorite horror and sci-fi movies, with film clips and the original theatrical trailers of some of Hollywood's most classic horror and sci-fi films. Enjoy mummies, vampires, man-made monsters, creatures from outer space, and every other manner of monster and supernatural villain the movies have ever seen!
Being a film fan,and having a large interest in the Frankenstein legend,having seen most film versions there are,I had to see this film. Practically forgotten,this French comedy is not really a sequel to any previous Frankenstein,but rather a bloody and nudity filled film that melds elements of outrageous Horror of the 80s with Romantic comedy and a large touch of Young Frankenstein(1974). In this film,a descendent of Frankenstein is still experimenting on the thing that has made his name infamous,but…
Monster Blood for Breakfast! (Goosebumps HorrorLand, No. 3)
For an athlete like Matt Daniels, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It's also the most dangerous. That's because somebody is about to pull a mean prank. The recipe is simple: Just add gooey, green Monster Blood. As if Matt's problems weren't big and slimy enough, an invitation to HorrorLand is also on its way. Can Matt survive inside a terrifying scream park where trouble lurks behind every turnstile? Can YOU?
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Attack of the 50 Ft. Monster Mania
Host Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, brings viewers on an adventure of monstrous proportions. With razor-sharp teeth, deadly claws and giant feet, giant movie monsters have left their oversized imprints in film history. The terrifying one-hour special Attack of the 50 Foot Monster Mania showcases such films as King Kong and Attack of the 50 Foot Woman, examining why giant monsters frighten us and why cultures from American to British to Japanese are so obsessed with the monster phenomenon. Highlights…
In a comic homage to Alien and The Thing , the cast and crew of an adult film, stranded in a blizzard, must band together against a mysterious and deadly alien, which has possessed the actor with the biggest part Ron Jeremy (naturally). Now, with the monster on a killing spree, the race is on to trap and destroy it before there are more victims of its peculiar skills.
Being like a Harryhausen film I expected at least 5 monsters. There were 2 stop motion types (tho 2 of one and a few of the other), and a dumb creature from the monster lagoon (ohh not again). Ohh, plus one dummy spider for 1.5 seconds that doesn't move. The stop motion is as good as any. You can see from the clips in the behind the scenes it is cropped from the original widescreen! What a mistake for an effects intravoganza (or any DVD unless having 2 versions). I am over the age of 13.
Bound by misery. Marked by sin. Set free by death. Barely into their teens, without homes, they dwell in neon shadows, the violent eddies of urban America. They trade their innocence for money, abuse their hopes, and then a monster comes... A monster without fangs or claws, but more deadly. Because of them, he has lost everything: his wife, his family. And he vows to clean the streets of Chicago...for good. One of the street kids and a man of the cloth form a desperate pact. Together, they will…
Incredible! Unbelievable! Told the untamed way! Ro-Man, a sex-starved robot monster (dressed in gorilla suit and diving helmet), has destroyed all of humanity with the exception of a small band of survivors. It's up to these last brave souls to re-populate the human race and to destroy the mighty Ro-Man and his commander, The Great Guidance. A Golden Turkey Award winner!
Nezulla the Rat Monster
A Japanese Company funded by the USA experimenting with anti-bacteriological weapons creates a mutated humanoid rat creature which becomes violent and murders the lab technicians. The lab is condemned and its horrifying experiments kept a secret. However the strange bacteria leak from the lab and spreads to the nearby inhabitants causing a humanoid epidemic! Three people are sent to the lab to uncover the US government conspiracy that unleashed a bloodthirsty monster beyond their wildest imagination.
The Horror of Frankenstein
I caught this classic Hammer film late last night on AMC. It's one of the many films losely based on the Mary Shelly Novel. There is quite a twist on the plot of this adaptation. A very evil Dr. Victor Frankenstein (Ralph Bates) creates a monster and uses him to dispose of all those in his way. The monster's make up is very cheesy and reminds me of Gus when he comes back from the dead in Pet Semetary II. This is one of the ugliest (and not in a good way) Frankenstein monsters I have ever…
Monster Mania traces the evolution of horror films, featuring footage from dozens of classic and contemporary favorites. From mummies to mutants, from phantoms to aliens, Monster Mania packs a crypt-full of terrifying ghouls into this chilling overview of classic, big-screen monsters. Lock your windows and bolt your doors - Monster Mania is on the loose! Highlights include dazzling clips from all-time horror favorites Nosferatu (1922), The Fly (1958, 1986), Halloween (1978), Alien (1979), Bram Stoker's…
The Monster Club.Com Guide To Horror
Written for fans who dig horror movies, facts about favorite films, shows, stars and more! An informative, refreshingly fun book on the best of horror-film genre. The book covers the early film classics all the way to the horror of today, plus horror posters, comics, magazines, vintage radio, monster toys, and more. Foreward by Ben Chapman "The Reel Gillman" from Universal's classic Creature from the Black Lagoon.
Monster in the Closet
Claude Akins John Carradine Jesse White and Stella Stevens headline this humorous and skillful parody of 50's horror films. The monster (Kevin Peter Hall) hides out in closets and waits for victims to unsuspectingly grab a shirt or slacks before he reduces them to dead meat. After several closet deaths, a writer (Donald Grant) sent to cover the story soon teams up with a science teacher (Denise DuBarry) and her son, a super-smart child prodigy, and they set out to solve the murders. The plot…
After skidding off the road in the dead of night, four friends find themselves lost in the forest and tangled in a twisted love story. As they are each picked off one by one by a bizarre beast it becomes clear that none of them will make it out of this forest alive; unless the one the monster so desires is left behind. Will they stick together and find their way out of the grips of this love sick monster or will they turn on each other and perish in this dark fairytale?
Revenge of the Sun Demon
The Hideous Sun Demon is back, redubbed by L.A.'s funniest improv comics! Voiced by Jay Leno, the monster with scaly skin and a monster-sized sex drive embarks on a riotous journey through California, afflicted by a suntan lotion that works from the inside out with hilariously horrific results! You'll be holding your sides through this raunchy, rapid-fire romp, also known as What's Up, Hideous Sun Demon!
The Revenge of Frankenstein
Baron Frankenstein joins forces with a small town German doctor in his latest and most terrifying experiment. They create a monster out of bits and pieces of several bodies including the brain of a dwarf. Something goes amiss as the monster turns into a cannibal and must be destroyed.System Requirements:Running Time: 89 Min.Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: HORROR Rating: NR UPC: 043396078734 Manufacturer No: 07873
The Monster Guide to Horror Movies
Ever wonder which of the thousands of horror movies are any good? Here's your best chance to find out. The Monster Guide to Horror Movies reviews over 500 horror films spanning eight decades, from over a dozen different countries. Everything you've ever wanted to know about what's scary and what's not on the silver screen, easily sorted and rated for ease of use. Never leave the video store with a disappointing choice again. Written with both the newcomer and the horror aficionado…
The Giant Behemoth
Radioactive waste dumped in the Atlantic Ocean awakens a prehistoric monster than can project electric shocks and radioactive beams. After the beast terrorizes the English coast, officials decide against attacking the creature with conventional weaponry because such a strategy would spread a dangerous amount radioactive contamination over the entire country. Meanwhile, the monster approaches London...
Sounds like what happens when you visit too many off-the-beaten-path sushi shops, doesn't it? Godzilla's Revenge is number 10 in the Godzilla series, directed by the first and best of the Godzilla directors, Inoshiro Honda. Essentially a childhood power fantasy, the film concerns Ishiro (the director's namesake), a youngster whose mind-tripping dreams on Monster Island help him gain the resolve to rout a gang of criminals and the neighborhood bullies who've been plaguing him.…