100 CRIES OF TERROR (1965, Mexico, 95 min.)
Director: Ramón Obón. Cast: Ariadna Welter, Joaquín Cordero and Ofelia Montesco.
Language: English dubbed. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
Very rare Mexican Gothic horror from director Ramon Obon. Anthology containing two superb tales of terror. This atmospheric compendium comprises of two bone rattlin’ supernatural yarns, with the latter tale clearly being inspired by Poe’s 'Premature burial'. Both stories have considerable merit, but the ‘Cripta De Terror’ segment is a truly unusual and decidedly effective foray into ice-veined, sepulchral horror. $20

AUTOPSY OF A GHOST (1968, Mexico, 105 min.)
Director: Ismael Rodriguez. Stars: Basil Rathbone, John Carradine, Cameron Mitchell and Amadee Chabot.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
Rathbone as the ghost of a suicide must find a girl who falls in love with him so that he may redeem himself from his past. Mitchell as a mad scientist who builds a robot with a gastral issue. Carradine as the devil. What more could you ask for? Sure, we’ve got a cute blonde thrown in the mix. Previously making it’s rounds in a non-English friendly version, CFV offers up this rarity for the first time with English subtitles. $20

BATWOMAN (1968, Mexico, 80 min.)
Director: Rene Cardona. Stars: Maura Monti, Roberto Cañedo and Héctor Godoy.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
A mad scientist creates a man-fish using the bodies of Mexican wrestlers and a goldfish!!! Yup! Director Cardona wanted to cash in on the U.S. Batman TV show craze of the time period, and boy oh boy, did he! Copying the bat-uniform (which Batwoman only wears while wrestling. While fighting crime she’s bearing all in a skimpy bat-bikini!!!) to a cheapo copy of the Bat-mobile and a monster that’s similar to our Gillman from The Creature From the Black Lagoon. A must for fans of Mexican horror/sci-fi cinema, and now available in a very good quality English subtitled print. Better than most of what’s floating around on the collector market. Original title: “La mujer murcielago”. $20



CFV has gone through extensive lengths to subtitle many of these rare Mexican classics which have never had an English dubbing or translation before.  Don't be fooled by the competition!  They most likely bought them here.  Due to the high costs adding up for paying my translators and my countless hours of subtitling, all NEWER subtitled movies will be priced at $25 each.  I will not raise the cost of movies I have already priced previously.    U.S.  shipping on 2 or more DVDs is FREE!!

THE DEVIL’S HORSE (1975, Mexico, 88 min.)
Director: Federico Curiel. Cast: Jorge Rivero, Narciso Busquets and Juan Miranda.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English. Fullscreen.
This Mexican rarity plays like a version of “The Monkey’s Paw”. A horse rancher wishes his dead son back home with the use of dark forces. $20

THE BOOK OF STONE (1969, Mexico, 99 min.)
Director: Carlos Enrique Taboada. Cast: Marga López, Joaquín Cordero and Norma Lazareno. 
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English. Fullscreen.
Julia Septién (Marga López) is hired as the governess of a strangely odd young girl, Sylvia, as she recovers from a near fatal illness at a remote estate in the countryside. Sylvia’s emotionally distant father, Eugenio, and a new stepmother, Mariana worry that she may be mentally unbalanced because Sylvia insists that she plays with a little boy named Hugo that no one ever sees. The adults all believe Hugo merely to be a figment of her imagination, nothing in reality but a stone statue by a nearby lake. When strange mysterious and terrifying things begin to happen, all of which seems to be the doing of Sylvia’s “imaginary friend”, the adults finally begin to wonder if Hugo may be more than just her imagination after-all.
Original title: “El Libro De Piedra”  $20

DYNASTY OF DRACULA (1980, Mexico, 89 min.)
Directors: Alfredo B. Crevenna and Claudia Becker. Stars: Fabián Aranza, Silvia Manríquez and Rubén Rojo.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English (optional). Fullscreen.
In 1595 during the Holy Inquisition, Duke Antonio de Orloff is condemned to death for practicing demonic acts and vampirism. Antonio is stretched out on a table, gets a wooden stake driven through his heart and is then buried in a shallow tomb inside a cave. Antonio's female disciple, prays to Satan to reunite them so they can reign together in darkness. Three hundred years later, Dracula (using the alias of Van Helsing) and a Madame Kostoff plan to revive Antonio de Orloff on the Walpurgis night.  $20

DR. SATAN (1966, Mexico, 92 min. B&W)
Director: Miguel Morayta. Stars: Joaquin Cordero , Alma Della Fuentes, Jose Galvez and  Judith Ruiz Azcarrage.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
Dr. Satan is an evil scientist and sorcerer whose plan is to take over the world. To do this he has created a formula to bring people back from the dead as mindless zombie servants. There’s also a counterfeit money ring in which he gets involved.

Invoking the devil, he sets out for world domination, and he wil stop at nothing and let no one get in his way. 7.5/10 Actually not too bad, just a little dark in night scenes.  $20

EL ATAUD DEL VAMPIO (1958, Mexico, 80 min., B&W)
Director: Fernando Mendez. Stars: Abel Salazar, German Robles and Ariande Welter.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
Follow up to the 1957 “El Vampiro” finds Marta and Dr. Enrique again battling the Count Lavud after his accidental resurrection by grave robbers. English title: “The Vampire’s Coffin”.  $15

EL BESO DE ULTRATUMBA (1963, Mexico, 85 min., B&W)
Director: Carlos Toussaint. Stars: Enrique Lucero, Alonso Castano, Magda Donato and Roberto Araya.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
Emilio and Laura, a newlywed couple finds themselves broke when the woman's father dies deeply in debt. Emilio is utterly displeased with this as it was his intent to marry Laura based on her father’s wealth so that he could use the money to publish his novel. Forced to sell their belongings, they move into a rundown house from which they get very bad vibes. It's not long before some very strange and disturbing people begin showing up at the house, but some not as strange as how Emilio is acting towards his lovely new wife. Someone should have told Emilio about a thing called ‘karma’. English title: “The Kiss From the Grave”.  $20

EL CASTILLO DE LOS MONSTRUOS (1958, Mexico, 88 min., B&W)
Director: Julian Soler. Stars: Antonio Espino, Evangelina Elizondo, Carlod Orellana and German Robles.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
Clavillazo, a funeral home attendant falls head over heels for a poor seamstress who wanders into his job looking to bury her recently deceased aunt at a cheap price. He’s so taken by her, that he offers up his scrappy little apartment for her to stay in until she can find work. But one night, she mysteriously disappears. Natrually, Clavillazo is the lead suspect. But he won’t stand for it. So, he gathers up a couple of his local buddies, a newspaper boy and a mental case, to follow a strange cripple that has wandered into town just around the time the papers have reported body snatching in the local cemetery.

He follows the cripple to a creepy old castle where he finds his girl along with a cavalcade of famous monsters! English title: “The Castle of the Monsters”  $20

EL CHARRO DE LOS CALAVERAS (1962, Mexico, 90 min., B&W)
Director: Alfredo Salazar. Cast: Dagoberto Rodriguez, David Silva and Alicia Caro. Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English. Fullscreen.
This is just one big mess! But if you love these Saturday afternoon classics from yesteryear, this is for you! Add this to the so-bad-it’s-good pile right next to everything made by Ed Wood.
From the looks of this disaster, it might have been originally planned as a weekly TV show as each 30 min segment doesn’t seem to connect. Anyway, we have a pseudo Zorro character (Charro) who gets tangled up fighting a werewolf, a vampire and a headless horseman. English title: “The Rider of the Skulls”.  $20

EL EXTRANO HIJO DEL SHERIFF (1982, Mexico, 90 min.)
Director: Fernando Duran Rojas. Stars: Mario Almada, Rosa Gloria Chagoyan and Eric del Castillo.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
Set in the old west, a small town sheriff's wife dies after giving birth to conjoined twins. Years later, the sheriff finally decides to have the twins separated, though he forces the town's doctor to perform the dangerous task. Unfortunately, one dies during the sugrey, but his spirit inhabits his brother's body and enacts a deadly revenge for his death. English title: “The Strange Son of the Sheriff”.  $20

EL FANTASMA DE LA OPERETA (1959, Mexico, 90 min., B&W)
Director: Fernando Cortés. Stars: Tin Tan, Germán Valdés and Ana Luisa Peluffo.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
A waiter and a singer decide to set up a show in an old theater inhabited by ghosts...or are they really? Is someone simply up to no-good? Or, perhaps, those stories of the Opereta Phantom are true? Prepare for the laughs as this is one of the better films of Mexican comedian, Tin Tan. English title: “The Phantom of the Operetta”.   $20

EL HOMBRE Y LA BESTIA (1973, Mexico, 80 min.)
Director: Julian Pastor. Stars: Enrique Lizalde, Sasha Montenegro and Eduardo Noriega.  

Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English. Fullscreen.
Dr. Duval, manages the theory that human beings have two personalities, one good and one bad, He also believes that being able to separate them could create human beings completely good or completely bad..
In his experiments he physically changes into a despicable being, causing terror throughout the village; Now he must try to find the chemical formula to return it to his normal physical form and end the overpowering beast within him. Based on the story of "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" by Robert Louis Stevenson. English title: “The Man and the Beast”.  $20

EL MUNDO DE LOS VAMPIRES (1961, Mexico, 83 min., B&W)
Director: Alfonso Corona Blake. Stars: Guillermo Murray, Silvia Fournier and Mauricio Garces. Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
A vampire uses two sisters to seek revenge from the last member of a family that persecuted the undead in Europe, but his plan is threatened by a man who knows how to destroy him with a peculiar piece of music. English title: “World of the Vampires”.  $20

Director: Tito Novaro. Stars:  Mil Máscaras, Blue Angel and Julio César Agrasánchez.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English. Fullscreen.
Count Cagliostro has lived two hundred years and, helped by the scientist Dr. Raymonds, intends to seize the planet. They steal and give life to the mummies of Guanajuato, since they knew the mine where a key material for their purposes is found. A child is a witness but as the police do not believe him he goes to his friends the fighters A Thousand Masks, Blue Demon, Blue Angel and Jalisco Lightening. The boy and a friend are captured by a few dwarves who help Cagliostro but the fighters find the lair of the count and mad doctor. English title: “The Robbery of the Mummies of Guanajuato”.  $20

EL VAMPIRO (1957, Mexico, 95 min., B&W)
Director: Fernando Méndez. Stars: Abel Salazar, German Robles, Ramón Obón, and Ramon Rodriguez.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
A pretty young Mexican girl returns to her hometown to make funeral arrangements for her beloved aunt, who has just died. Soon she begins to hear disturbing stories about the town being infested by vampires, and she eventually begins to suspect that her remaining aunt and the mysterious next=door neighbor may be involved. English title: “The Vampire”.  $15

EL VAMPIRO SANGRIENTO (1962, Mexico, 99 min., B&W)
Director: Michael Morayta. Stars: Charles Agosti, Antonio Raxel, Bertha Moss and Erna Martha Bauman.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
The families of Frankenhausen and Cagliostro have been devout enemies for centuries. Count Valsamo Cagliostro has successfully utilized scientific methods to halt the spread of vampirism by the use of Clamic Acid, which neutralizes the contagion spread by the infernal monsters. When his daughter goes undercover at a nearby mansion suspected of housing vampires, the stage is set for a renewed battle of good and evil. English title: “The Bloody Vampire”.  $20

EL VAMPIRO Y EL SEXO (1975, Mexico, 90 min.)
Director: Rene Cardona. Cast: Santo, Aldo Monti and Noelia Noel.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English. Fullscreen.
Santo invents a time machine and someone uses it to location the hidden treasure of Count Dracula. This is the uncensored version of “Santo and the Treasure of Dracula”. This version contains the nudity cut from other prints. English title: “Sex and the Vampire”, aka “Santo and the Treasure of Dracula”.  $20

ESPIRITISMO (1962, Mexico, 85 min., B&W)
Director: Benito Alazraki. Stars: José Luis Jiménez, Nora Veryán and René Cardona Jr.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English. Fullscreen.
A festive meal takes a bleak turn when Louis and Mary take part in a séance. Their host, medium Elvira, warns the couple that a specific date will mark the beginning of a tragic period in their lives, and warns them of an encounter with supernatural beings who possess extraordinary powers. The date in question is just their 20th wedding anniversary and at the end of the evening of celebration their son, Rodolpho, asks them for a loan to finance a new business venture. Shortly thereafter a first tragedy begins, and the previously skeptical Mary now relies on the powers of darkness to make things right...but not as she had hoped. English title: “Spiritism”.  $20

THE EMPIRE OF DRACULA  (1967, Mexico, 81 min., Color and  B&W versions)
Director: Federico Curiel. Stars: Lucha Villa, Cesar del Campo, Eric de Castillo and Ethal Carrillo.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
The movie begins with the destruction of the vampire in almost a similar fashion to Hammer’s “Dracula, Prince of Darkness”. After years, Luis, the grown son of the man who killed the creature, is informed that he has to go back to the castle to prevent the monster from returning to life. But it was too late, since the vampire’s henchman Igor has got a young woman and drained her blood into a coffin containing Draculstein’s ashes, which magically revives the monster. Meanwhile, Luis is trying to find the “cross of the Robles,” which can be used to destroy Draculstein forever…

Offered here are both the color and B&W versions of the film. The color version is taken from a Spanish TV network. All home video versions of this film have been released in black & white only. Original title: "El imperio de Dracula" $20

Director: Benito Alazraki. Stars: Manuel 'Loco' Valdés, José Jasso and Martha Elena Cervantes.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
Heeeeeeeeeyyyyy, Abbooottttt!! Dracula and the monster went south of the boarder! And the wolfman went after ‘em!
That’s right, monster fans! Mexico decided to cash in on the success of “Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein” (15 years later) with this carbon copy of the cult classic comedy. Perhaps not as funny but definitely fun. A piece of monster movie history to be enjoyed for what it is...cuz what it isn’t is Universal. Our three favorite famous monsters lack the make-up skills we know and love. But you won’t be able to hold back the giggles when you see ‘el hombre lobo’ (The Wolfman) with big pointy ears and what seems to be a massive headache, and the out-of-shape Frankenstein monster who looks like he needs a gym workout while ‘el vampiro’ (Dracula) looks as though he needs to be feeding on more than just blood (that must be a very effective diet!).  $20

LA BRUJA (1954, Mexico, 90 min., B&W)
Director: Chano Urueta. Stars: Lilia del Valle, Ramon Gay, Julio Villareal and Charles Rooner.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
A famous chemical company, wants to get the new formula of Dr. Boerner, he rejects the offer. So they decide to obtain it by force. In the process, they kill the doctor’s daughter. The doctor swears revenge and uses a woman nicknamed "The Witch", to carry it out.  $20

LA CASA DEL TERROR (1959, Mexico, 82 min., B&W)
Director: Gilberto Martinez Solares. Stars: Tin-Tan, Yolanda Valera and Lon Chaney, Jr. Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
Casimiro (German Valdes-Tin Tan) is a security guard at a wax museum. Well, he’s supposed to be guarding the museum’s security but Casimiro has a problem staying awake for very long. His sleeping habits are getting on everyone’s nerves, including his lady-crush, Paquita, who is just about fed up...but also feels sorry for the poor guy.
Unknown to Casimiro, his boss, the museum owner, is also a mad scientist who steals a mummy from an exebition exhibit and tries to bring it back to life in the modern day. But he doesn’t need to try very hard. Not only does he accomplish reviving the mummy, it turns out the mumy is also a werewolf (both roles played by Lon Chaney, Jr.) and he escapes into the night, terrorizing the local city streets. Casimiro and Paquita get caught up in the madness and soon Casimiro must get his hypersomnia in check and stay awake long enough to save his chiquita Paquita from the cluthces of the nightbeast.
This enjoyable Mexican comedy-horror spoof was imported to the U.S. by Jerry Warren and completely butchered and re-edited into a mess entitled “FACE OF THE SCREAMING WEREWOLF”. This is the full, original uncut, unedited, unbutchered Mexican version in Spanish with English subtitles.  $20

LA ENDEMONIADA (1968, Mexico, 87 min.)
Directed by: Emilio Gómez Muriel. Stars: Libertad Leblanc, Enrique Rocha, Adriana Roel and Alejandra MacBride. Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
For the crimes of practicing witchcraft and murder (including her first husband), Princess Fausta de Santillane (Libertad Leblanc) is stripped of her nobility, has a spiked mask pushed onto her face to destroy her beauty and is then bricked up behind a wall where she will die a slow and agonizing death and her evil soul will forever be trapped until her return for vengeance 400 years later.  English title: "The Demon". $15

LA CABEZA VIVENTE  (1963, Mexico, 78 min., B&W)
Director: Chano Urueta. Stars: Germán Robles, Abel Salazar and Ana Luisa Peluffo.
Archeologists discover a well preserved mummy and a severed head belonging to a high priest. When they are transported to the home of Prof. Muller, their ancient curse for those who disturb their peace comes to light. English title "The Living Head".  $20

LA LOBA (1965, Mexico, 85 min., B&W)
Director: Rafael Baledón. Stars: Kitty de Hoyos, Joaquín Cordero and Columba Domínguez. Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
A young attractive woman from a rich Mexican family is under a curse that causes her to transform into a wolf-woman at night and kill people. She falls in love with the doctor she sees (in order to get cured from her curse) who is also a werewolf. Unfortunately for both, their love filled killing spree may soon come to an end with a very different twist on how to kill a werewolf. Kitty de Hoyos stars as the beautiful she-wolf.  English title: "The Wolf Woman".  $20

LA LLORONA (1933, Mexico, 73 min., B&W)
Director: Ramón Peón. Stars: Ramón Pereda, Virginia Zurí, Carlos Orellana, Adriana Lamar, Alberto Martí, Esperanza del Real, Paco Martínez and María Luisa Zea.
Language: Spanish.  Subtitles: English.
Just a few years after the incorporation of sound in the film industry, the first film directly linked to the genre of horror is made in Mexico: "La Llorona". Based on the Mexican legend of "the crying woman", a woman who kills her own child and then herself curses the future bloodline of a family. She is heard as a wailing voice in the night, usually right before the death of the accursed. English title: "The Weeping Woman".  $20

LA NAVE DE LOS MONSTRUOS (1960, Mexico, 80 min. B&W)
Director: Rogelio A. Gonzalez. Starring: Lalo Gonzalez "Piporro", Ana Bertha Lepe and Lorena Velazquez.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English. Full screen. Gamma and Beta are two Venusian women in search of male specimens throughout the galaxy to repopulate their planet after atomic bombs have inexplicably wiped out all males on their home world. After appropriating four alien species from other planets, they're forced to land on Earth for repairs. The two women discover lots of men, and take particular notice to singing, tall tale-telling cowboy, Lauriano. Both girls go gaga for their manly troubadour, a conquest is plotted, several song and dance numbers are belted out, monsters are unleashed, and love is found among the stars between a robot and a jukebox. English title: "Ship of Monsters". $15

LA MUJER Y LA BESTIA (1959, Mexico, 85 min., B&W)
Director: Alfonso Corona Blake. Stars: Ana Luisa Peluffo, Carlos Cores and Rubén Rojo.
At the railway station, a triple murder has been carried out, people are panicking, the police are bewildered. Laura, a beautiful nurse has a dark past, but is saught by a young doctor who is in love with her and wants to marry her and help to care for her sister who is apparently hospitalized in Cuernavaca, Vicky the "sister", is a lady of the night and is romantically linked with Martin, her protector, dedicated to theft. We soon discover the terrible, haunting past of Laura and its unfortunate consequences.  English title: "The Woman and the Beast".  $20

LA SOMBRA DEL MURCIELAGO (1968, Mexico, 87 min., B&W)
Director: Federico Curiel. Stars: Jaime Fernández, Marta Romero and Blue Demon.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English. Full screen.
In his fifth film, Blue Demon faces the former fighter "El Murcielago" (the Bat), who is disfigured due to an accident and tries to charm the singer Marta by force. English title: "The Shadow of the Bat".  $25

LA MARCA DEL MUERTO (1964, Mexico, 70 min., B&W)
Director: Fernando Cortez. Stars: Fernando Casanova and Sonia Furio.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
A scientist discovers a way to acheive immortality; but to do so, requires living humans, preferably beautiful young women. His chilling secret dies with him when he is hanged for murder. Two generations later, his grandson, also a scientist, finds his grandfather’s notes and begins his own experiments with immortality and bringing the dead back to life starting with the genuis himself - his grandfather. English title: "Creature of the Walking Dead". $20

LAS MOMIAS DE GUANAJUATO (1972, Mexico, 95 min.)
Director: Federico Curiel. Stars: Santo, Blue Demon and Mil Mascaras.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
Guanajuato is a Mexican town famous for the natural mummification that happens to those buried in its cemetery, and the macabre exhibition of the mummified corpses of the "Guanajuato Mummy Museum". Sources of legends since its discovery, the Guanajuato Mummies were of course a natural source for a horror film, and by the early 70s, movies starring wrestlers became a very popular sub genre in the troubled Mexican film industry, as the mystique and charm of the well-known athletes suited perfectly a wide range of stories on almost every film genre possible, including of course, horror. Among the many wrestlers that became actors, Santo, Blue Demon and Mil Máscaras are probably the best and most famous of them, and "Las Momias De Guanajuato" was the first movie that gathered the three for a horror adventure.  English title: "The Mummies of Guanajuato".  $20

LAS MUJERES PANTERAS (1967, Mexico, 83 min., B&W)
Director: Rene Cardona. Stars: Ariadna Welter, Elizabeth Campbell, Yolanda Montes and Eric del Castillo.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
A sect of Satanists called “the panther women” are wreeking havoc in a Mexican town and a group of female wrestlers try to put and end to the reign of terror with the help of another masked wrestler who goes by the name “The Angel”.  English title: "The Panther Women".  $20

LOS VAMPIROS DE COYOACAN (1973, Mexico, 87 min.)
Director: Arturo Martinez. Stars: German Robles, Sasha Montenegro, Mil Mascaras, and Superzan.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
When popular wrestlers Mil Mascaras and Superzan succeed in the ring, they are shocked to discover their opponents have ben found dead, with their blood completely drained from their bodies. It is soon discovered that a strange Baron Bradock from Transylvania, has been taking dead bodies back to his castle where he plans to revive them as vampires! English title: "The Vampires of Coyoacan".  $20

MADAME DEATH (1969, Mexico, 85 min.)
Director: Jaime Salvador. Cast: John Carradine, Regina Torne and Elssa Cardenas.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English. Fullscreen.
John Carradine plays Dr. Favel, a mad scientist who kidnaps young women in order to keep a horribly disfigured woman (Regina Torne) looking her very best. English title:  $15

MAS NEGRA QUE LA NOCHE (1975, Mexico, 102 min.)
Director: Carlos Enrique Taboada. Stars: Claudia Islas, Susana Dosmanantes, Lucia Mendez and Helena Rojo.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.  Extras: Trailer.
When four women move into an old house left by one woman’s aunt, strange things begin to happen. Bizarre voices, visions of ghosts, and mysterious noises lead them to discover the darkest powers of evil and a horror and agony beyond terror. From the director of "Hasta el viento tiene miedo" and "El libro de piedra". English. title: "Blacker Than the Night".  $20

MISTERIO EN LAS BERMUDAS (1977, Mexico, 78 min.)
Stars: Santo, Blue Demon and Mil Mascaras.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
Our masked heroes are in the Bermuda Islands fulfilling a double task: Participating in wrestling matches but also they are secret agents of the Mexican government. Their presence is due to the fact that the king of a country called Irania will sign an agreement for the exchange of nuclear knowledge with Mexico. When his daughter, the Princess of Irania, arrives in Mexico, she is met with resistance from Mexican guerrillas who refuse to let the country become a nuclear power.
This is where the 3 masked heros must intervene and save the Princess.
Santo, Blue Demon and Mil Mascaras finally manage to defeat those whose intention was actually to kill the princess. When she and her family head back to Irania escorted by the masked heros, they pass through the triangle of Bermuda and all mysteriously disappear....? English title: "Mystery in the Bermudas".  $25

MUSEO DEL HORROR (1964, Mexico, 76 min., B&W)
Director: Rafael Baledon. Stars: Julio Aleman, Joaquin Codera, Patricia Conde and Olivia Michel.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
Mexico's answer to "House of Wax" with a crippled former actor now turned wax museum owner, an upcoming doctor who needs cadavers for his studies and a taxidermist who's coming up with new techniques for embalming. All of whom are suspects to the strange disappearances of some local women. English title: "Museum of Horror".  $20

ORLAK, THE HELL OF FRANKENSTEIN (1960, Mexico, 103 min., B&W)
Director: Stars: Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
When a convicted killer, Jaime, is released from prison, he helps to spring Dr. Frankenstein and help him in his experiments with reanimation of human life.But Jaime has other plans for Frankenstein’s monster - he uses the brute to kill off the people who wronged him. For a time he’s able to get away with it, only because the monster, named Orlak, resembles Jaime. Thanks to the facial reconstructive genius of Dr. Frankenstein. But Jaime’s use of the monster won’t last long as Dr. Frankenstein plans to give Orlak a new brain so as to make him more human and less threatening.  $20

PUEBLO FANTASMA (1965, Mexico, 85 min., B&W)
Director: Alfredo Crevenna. Stars: Rodolfo de Anda, Fernando Lujan, Julissa, Elsa Cardenas. Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
A mysterious gunslinger by the name Rio Kid is apparently the fastest draw in Mexico and he is never without a challenge. A local who calls himself “Texan” as a psuedonym to hide his true identity (his father was a known bandit that nobody liked) goes on a search for Rio Kid to get information about his deceased, bandit father. Along the way he mets up with Nestor, a man who is also in search of Rio Kid for having something to do with Nestor’s prison stint. Then there are the Rivero brothers, not a very charming duo, also on the hunt for Rio Kid to prove that he is not the fastest gunslinger in Mexico. These two goons finally meet the Kid and their fate when they attempt to rape a blind musician’s daughter. Aside from scaring the people out of San Jose, Rio Kid is much more than just a gunslinger; he’s a vampire! Obviously inspired by the classic Universal Studios’ vampire western “Curse of the Undead” (1958). English title: "Ghost Town".  $20

Director: Julian Soler. Stars: Santo, Blue Demon, Augustin Martinez Solares and Rafael Banquells. Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
A Nazi scientist named Aquiles (like Achilles) rules over the lost city of Atlantis, which happens to be hidden beneath a small island. This Third Reich renegade threatens civilization with a nuclear attack from space should they not comply with his demands. The typically evil Nazi plan is to enslave mankind and rule with his own super race of beings. English title: "Santo vs Blue Demon In Atlantis".  $20

SANTO CONTRA LOS ZOMBIES (1962) - In this early fantasy themed entry (one of four films made in this year), three strangely silent thieves stage a midnight raid on a jewelry shop. During the course of the theft, the night watchman shoots one of the robbers in the forehead, with no apparent effect. The bandits fend off arriving detectives and make their escape -- delivering their loot to a man in a medical tunic and a hood. It seems they are zombies -- revived criminals controlled by this sinister mastermind. English title: "Santo vs the Zombies".  $25

SANTO EN LA MUSEO DE CERA (1963, Mecixo, 93 min., B&W)
Director: Alfonso Corona Blake. Stars: Santo, Claudia Brook, Ruben Rojo and Norma Mora.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English. Fullscreen.
Susannah, a newspaper photographer, is abducted and the police suspect the proprietor of the new wax museum, Dr. Karol. Dr. Karol's museum is filled with was statues of historical figures, but also an assortment of famous film monsters and man-beasts. Our masked hero, El Santo joins in on the investigation into the strange Dr. Karol and his wax museum.  English title: "Santo in the Wax Museum".  $20

SANTO en LA VENGAZA DE LOS MOMIA (1970, Mexico, 90 min.)
Director: Rene Cardona. Cast: Santo, Eric Del Castillo. Mary Montiel and Cesar Del Campo.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
Santo joins in on an expedition to uncover the lost tomb of an Apalche Indian warrior. The results are anything but an adventure as the masked hero finds himself having to fight for the lives of his friends against the mummy’s curse.  English title: "Santo in The Vengeance of the Mummy".  $20

SANTO VS LAS LOBAS (1976, Mexico, 88 min.)
Director: Ruben Galindo and Jaime Jimenez Pons. Cast: Santo, Jorge Russek and Rodolfo de Anda.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English. Fullscreen.
Our masked wrestler hero is called upon to help stop a coven of female werewolves before they can carry out their plan of world domination. One of the more action-packed and bloody of the Santo monster series.  English title: "Santo vs the She-Wolves".  $20

SANTO VS LAS MUEJERS VAMPIROS  (1962, Mexico, 87 min., B&W)
Director: Alfanso Corona Blake. Stars: El Santo, Lorena Velazquez and Fernando Oses.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
The vampire women in Mexico have awakened from their sleep, commanded by their master 'the Evil One', to find him a bride. They choose as their target the beautiful daughter of a local professor. The professor calls for the help of famed wrestler El Santo to bring his daughter back and end the reign of these evil creatures.  English title: "Santo vs the Vampire Women".  $20

Director: Gilberto Solares. Stars: Santo, Blue Demon, Otto Halder and Gloria Halder.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
To foil his plan for world domination, wrestling superheroes El Santo and Blue Demon battle the mad Dr. Halder and his army of reanimated monsters.  English title: "Santo and Blue Demon vs the Monsters".  $20

Director: Miguel M. Delgado. Stars: Santo, Blue Demon, Sasha Montenegro and Alicia Robles.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
Innocent women are being kidnapped and used as guinea pigs for a brain transplant experiment. The diabolical Dr. Frankenstein continues his quest to perfect his brain transplant operation to bring back his deceased wife at any cost - even if it means playing with the lives of others. El Santo and Blue Demon are called in to help when their friend Alicia becomes Dr. Frankenstein's next target. It'll take both heroes to go up against the dastardly doctor and go mano a mano with his super strong zombie Golem. English title: "Santo and Blue Demon vs Dr. Frankenstein".  $20

LA INVASION DE LOS VAMPIROS (1963, Mexico, 92 min., B&W)
Director: Miguel Morayta. Stars: Erna Martha Bauman, Rafael del Río and Carlos Agostí.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
This sequel to "The Bloody Vampire" brings back 16th-century bloodsucker Count Frankenhausen, whose true identity is known only by an intrepid vampire-hunting doctor. Unfortunately, our hero is unable to convince the residents of the surrounding town that their Count is one of the undead. When his theory is finally proven correct and Frankenhausen gets a stake through the heart, legions of once-slain vampires surprisingly rise from their graves and descend upon the hapless villagers.  English title: "Invasion of the Vampires".  $20

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