Director: Bert I. Gordon. Stars: Glenn Langan, Cathy Downs and William Hudson. Full screen.
Lt. Col. Manning is exposed to the radiation of an army test bomb and begins to grow to monstrous size until he runs amuck in Las Vegas. Followed by the sequel “War of the Colossal Beast”.  $20

MISC HORROR/SCI-FI/DRAMA TITLES 1900's - 1990's Part 1

All are individually priced
All come with box art even if no box art image is shown.

THE ATOMIC SUBMARINE  (1959, USA, 72 min., B&W)
Director: Spencer Gordon Bennet. Stars: Arthur Franz, Dick Foran and Brett Halsey.
Langauge: English. Subtitles: none. Extras: Trailer.
In the future, giant submarine liners ferry passengers and freight under the Arctic ice. But someone -- or something -- has made eight of them vanish without a trace. The U.S.S. Tiger Shark, the most powerful nuclear sub in the fleet, is sent to investigate their whereabouts and, if possible, remove the cause of their disappearance. But the life form that Commander Wandover and his crew encounter may be too powerful even for their weapons of the newest technology. $20

BACK FROM THE DEAD  (1957, USA, 79 min. B&W)
Directed by: Charles MArquis Warren. Stars: Peggie Castle, Arthur Franz and Marsha Hunt.
A newly married young woman is possessed by the evil spirt of her husband's deceased first wife. The possession turns her into a scheming killer who will stop at nothing to get what she wants. Not scoped, as if was filmed originally, but this print (from 16mm) is slightly letterboxed.  $15

BEHIND THE MASK  (1932, USA, 68 min. B&W)
Director: John Francis Dillon. Cast: Jack Holt, Constance Cummings, Boris Karloff.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
A Secret Service agent is determined to bring down a drug smuggling ring run by the mysterious and sinister Mr X. The evil Mr. X is a criminal mastermind whose identity remains unknown even to his henchmen who help run his empire.  $15

BATTLE OF THE V-1  (1958, U.K., 104 min.. B&W)
Director: Vernon Sewell. Stars: Michael Rennie, Patricia Medina, David Knight and Christopher Lee.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
During World War II, Polish resistance fighter Stanislaw (Peter Madden) enlists fellow countryman Tadek (David Knight) and Englishman Stefan (Michael Rennie) to infiltrate a Nazi concentration camp by letting German forces arrest them. After being imprisoned, the two men discover that the Nazis are housing a secret arms factory where they are developing bombs powerful enough to destroy all of London. Stefan and Tadek must then find a way to alert the Allies before the missiles are launched. $15

THE BLACK DOLL  (1938, USA, 66 min. B&W)
Director: Otis Garrett. Cast: Donald Woods, Nan Grey, Edgar Kennedy.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
Nicholas Rood, dishonest mine owner, finds a Black Doll on his desk and knows that vengeance is about to overtake him for murdering his former partner. He is knifed as he talks to his daughter Marian. She summons her fiancé Nick Halstead, a private detective. He finds that six people had a motive for the murder; Rood's sister Mrs. Laura Leland; her son Rex; Rood's associates Mallison and Walling; Esteban, a servant and Dr. Giddings. Sheriff Renick and his deputy Red get the clues all mixed up, but Nick finally narrows the search down to one suspect. 
NOTE: Although this comes from a 16mm print, the contrast was not set properly and causes the image to be a bit dark.  $12

BLOOD BEACH  (1980, USA, 92 min.)
Director: Jeffry Bloom. Cast: David Huffman, John Saxon, Burt Young, Marianna Hill, Otis Young.  Fullscreen.
Something is attacking people one by one on the beach. Some of them are mutilated, but most of them are sucked into the sand, disappearing without a trace. What is the creature responsible? Where does it live, and where did it come from?  $20

THE BODY STEALERS  (1960, U.K. 91 min.)
Directed by: Gerry Levy. Stars: George Sanders, Maurice Evans, Patrick Allen Neil Connery Hilary, and Lorna Wilde.
A British military paratrooper disappears in mid-air during a jump from an army plane. Two investigators, Patrick Allen and Neil Connery, try to unravel how this happened. What they uncover is an alien plot to steal the bodies of earthlings by snatching them out of the air.  $15

BREAKOUT (1959, U.K., 62 MIN., B&W)
Director: Peter Graham Scott. Stars: Lee Patterson, Hazel Court, Terence Alexander and William Lucas.
Language: English. Subtitles: None. Fullscreen.
A local government official leads a double life when organising a breakout from a prison. First released to cinemas in England as a second feature, it was later  screened in 1961  on American Television as the 4th episode of Kraft Mystery Theater (1959).  $15

CANDLES AT NINE (1944, UK, 75 min. B&W)
Director: John Harlow. Cast: John Stuart, Jessie Matthews.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
A rich but miserly old man taunts his relatives about who will get his money when he dies, and is soon mysteriously murdered. It turns out that he has left his estate to a beautiful young actress whom the other relatives didn't know was related to her.  $15

Directed by: Malcolm St. Clair and Frank Tuttle. Cast: William Powell, Jean Arthur, James Hall.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
A beautiful showgirl, name "the Canary" is a scheming nightclub singer. Blackmailing is her game and with that she ends up dead. But who killed "the Canary". All the suspects knew and were used by her and everyone had a motive to see her dead. The only witness to the crime has also been 'rubbed out'. Only one man, the keen, fascinating, debonair detective Philo Vance, would be able to figure out who is the killer.  $15

Director: Phil Tucker. Cast Jason Johnson, Katherine Victor, Harriet Ditcher.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
When a couple are killed in an auto accident their bodies are immediately inhabited by extraterrestrial beings who plan to sabotage a U.S. space program.  $20

CASTLE OF EVIL (1966, USA, 81 min.)
Director: Francis D. Lyon. Stars: Scott Brady, Virginia Mayo and David Brian.
Extras: Trailer
The relatives of a recently deceased man named Kovac gather at is creepy mansion for the reading of the will. Before the will can be read, however, the relatives began to be murdered one by one.  $20

THE CAT CREEPS (1946, USA, 58 min. B&W)
Director: Erle C. Kenton. Cast: Noah Beery Jr., Lois Collier, Paul Kelly.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Extras: Trailer.
A black cat is suspected of being possessed by the spirit of a dead girl.  $15

THE CAT GIRL (1957, UK, 76 min. B&W)
Director: Alfred Shaughnessy. Cast: Barbara Shelley, Robert Ayers, Key Callard.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. 
A young woman inherits a family curse that turns her into a murderous feline when she is angered.  $15

THE CATMAN OF PARIS (1946, USA, 65 min. B&W)
Director: Lesley Selander. Cast: Carl Esmond, Lenore Aubert, Adele Mara.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
Author Charles Regnier returns to 1896 Paris after exotic travels, having written a bestseller which the Ministry of Justice would like to ban. That very night, an official is killed in the dark streets... clawed to death! The prefect of police suspects some sort of "were-cat" but Inspector Severen thinks there's nothing supernatural about Regnier's motive. And Regnier has increasing doubts about himself when he has another hallucinatory blackout during the second killing...  $15

THE CREEPER (1948, USA, 64 min. B&W)
Director: Jean Yarbrough. Cast: Eduardo Ciannelli, Onslow Stevens and June Vincent.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
A man is turned into a "catlike" killer by means of a serum invented by a crazed scientist.  $15

THE CRIMSON CANARY (1945, USA, 64 min. B&W)
Director: John Hoffman. Cast: Noah Beery Jr., Lois Collier, John Litel.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen. Extras: Trailer.
Members of a Jazz Band come under suspicion when a beautiful nightclub singer is murdered.
NOTE: Image quality is roughly 7/10, but this is a very rare Universal title.  $12

CRY OF THE WEREWOLF (1944, USA, 63 min. B&W)
Director: Henry Levin. Cast: Nina Foch, Stephen Crane, Osa Massen.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
Young woman raised by gypsies is actually daughter of a werewolf. She starts killing those who know about her.  $15

CURSE OF THE UNDEAD  (1959, USA, 79 min. B&W)
Director: Edward Dein. Cast: Eric Fleming, Michael Pate, Kathleen Crowley.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Extras: Trailer.
B-grade western with a twist: mysterious gunslinger-for-hire Drake Robey is really a vampire, and it's up to Preacher Dan to save the town and girlfriend Dolores Carter.  $20

Director: Curt Siodmak. Cast: John Bromfield, Beverly Garland, Tom Payne.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
Rock Dean and Dr. Andrea Romar travel up the Amazon River to find out why the plantation workers have left their work in panic, allegedly because of attacks from Curucu, a monster who is said to live up the river where no white man has ever been before.
Absolutely the best quality you'll find on this one.  9/10   $20

DANGER TOMORROW (1960, U.K., 61 min., B&W)
Director: Terry Bishop. Stars: Zena Walker, Robert Urquhart and Rupert Davies.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. 16x9
Dr Bob Murray and his wife Ginny move into an old country house where Bob is to assist the local GP. In the days that follow, Ginny has strange visions that can only be explained as extra-sensory perception – and a with it comes a strong belief that her life is in mortal danger.  $15

DARK AUGUST (1976, USA, 87 min.)
Director: Martin Goldman. Cast: J.J. Barry, Carolyne Barry, Kim Hunter.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
A man accidentally runs down a young girl and has a curse placed on him by the girl's father, an occultist.  $20

DARK PLACES  (1974, U.K., 88 min.)
Director: Don Sharp. Stars: Christopher Lee, Joan Collins, Herbert Lom and Jane Birkin.
Language: English. Subtitles: Some English during brief Italian dialogue.
The last tortured words of Andrew Marr, from his deathbed in a mental institution, leaves a mysterious bequest spreading a nightmare trail of destruction, as he reaches beyond the grave to possess the living. His sinister mansion - strewn with hideously disfigured dolls and haunted by the hysterical laghter of children - conceals his fortune. Disregarding premonitions of doom, those that conspired to commit him, engage in a frantic hunt to locate his hoard. Each, in turn, finds only a horriying death.  $20

DARK STREETS OF CAIRO  (1940, USA, 59 min. B&W)
Director: Laszlo Kardos. Cast: Sigrid Gurie, Ralph Byrd, Eddie Quillan, George Zucco, Katherine DeMille.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
TERROR In The Shadow Of The Sphinx! The fury of the ancient Pharoah's sends swift, unseen death to marked men!  $15

DEAD OF NIGHT (1996, USA, 106 min.)
Director: Kristoffer Tabori. Stars: Kathleen Kinmont and Robert Knepper.
Language: English. Subtitles: Portuguese (non-removable). Full screen.
About a hundred years ago, a man lost the greatest love of his life. He becomes a vampire, expecting to find her reincarnation in future lives. Along the years, he stays with his sire looking for his former passion, and they feed every fifteen days with the blood of a lonely woman. In the present days, a detective is investigating their crimes, assuming the existence of a serial killer, and he meets a nurse, who is the reincarnation of the vampire’s love. 
NOTE: This was mastered from a very rare Brazilian former rental VHS.  It shows signs of typical rental video wear, but it's still a vary hard movie to find in any condition.  $20

DEAFULA  (1975, USA, 101 min.)
Director: Peter Wolf. Stars: Peter Wolf, James Randall and Lee Darel.
Language: American Sign Language/English with narration.
A theology student finds himself turning into a vampire and hunting other students for their blood.
Voice over narration for the hearing to follow.  Transfered from 16mm.  $20

Director: Frank Patterson. Stars: Wiley M. Pickett, Leslie Mullin and Jon Langione.
Language: English. Subtitles: Dutch.
Back when the Indians freely roamed the untamed west, a man named Willard, along with his family, came to live on Indian land. Willard spent much of his time battling the Indians. Upset about the conquering of their land by the white man, an Indian shaman cursed the land with an evil spirit.Three generations later, Neal, the great-grandson of the original settlers, sets out on a hunting trip to the exact area where much blood was once spilled. Ignoring all the legends of the curse, Neal and his friends continue on into a nightmare they may not live to regret.  $20

DESTINY  (1944, USA, 65 min. B&W)
Director: Reginald Le Borg. Cast: Gloria Jean, Allen Curtis, Frank Craven and Grace McDonald.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
Alan Curtis as fugitive-from-justice Cliff Banks, who hides from the authorities in the farmhouse owned by kindly Clem Broderick (Frank Craven). Clem's daughter Jane (Gloria Jean), blind from birth, 'sees' only the good in the outwardly unsavory Cliff, so it isn't surprising that the two fall in love. Originally intended to be part of Universal’s 1943 anthology film “Flesh and Fantasy”. Because this segment was too good to waste, the studio hired screenwriter Roy Chanslor to come up with additional material and Reginald LeBorg to direct a few new scenes, so that the episode could be released as a separate feature film. Quality is roughly 7.5/10  $12

DOUBLE DOOR  (1934, USA, 75 min., B&W)
Director: Charles Vidor. Stars: Evelyn Venable, Anne Revere, Kent Taylor and Guy Standing.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
New York, 1910. The rich old lady Victoria Van Brett, with an iron hand, manages both the family's assets and the life of her younger sister Caroline and her half-brother Rip. When Rip wants to marry the nurse, Anne Darrow, who has saved his life, Victoria does everything she can to ruin this marriage. She assumes that Anne only marries Rip for the money. Mary Morris gives a stunning performance.  $15

DR. CRIPPEN  (1964, U.K. 98 min. B&W)
Director: Robert Lynn. Cast: Donald Pleasence, Coral Browne, Samantha Eggar, Donald Wolfit.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Widescreen. Extras: Trailer.
The real-life story of Dr. Hawley Harvey Crippen, who was hanged in London in 1910 for poisoning his wife so he could be with his young lover. But was he truly guilty of murder?  $20

DREAM A LITTLE EVIL  (1990, USA, 85 min.)
Director: Royce Mathew. Cast: Michelle Gaudreau, Richard Sebastian, Lyle Waggoner.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
This was a favorite on USA's old "Up All Night”. Basically, it updates the premise of "Weird Science" with a horror twist. The film follows two feuding brothers living together in an isolated mansion -- one a computer geek and the other a machismo-driven stud (whose antics thankfully accounts for some of the nudity here). The computer creates his dream woman via computer, but things get out of control and his computer-generated woman turns into a demon and kills everyone in sight. It's a campy film.  $20

ELVES  (1989, USA, 90 min.)
Director: Jeff Mandel. Stars: Dan Haggerty, Deanna Lund and Julie Austin.
An innocent romp in the woods turns into a hellish nightmare when three young girls accidentally awakenan army of evil elves, genetically created by a Neo-Nazi scientist during World War II. These hideous creatures don’t work for Santa... they have a special mission: to mate with a virgin and take over the world as a pint-sized master race!  $20

THE FACE BEHIND THE MASK  (1941, USA, 69 min. B&W)
Director: Robert Florey. Cast: Peter Lorre, Evelyn Keyes.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
A disfigured watchmaker with a grudge against society embarks on a life of crime.  $15

FACE OF MARBLE  (1946, USA, 72 min.)
Director: William Beaudine. Cast: John Carradine, Claudia Drake.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
Totally engrossed in his project to bring the dead back to life, Dr. Randolph fails to notice his wife Elaine's interest in Randolph's young lab partner, Dr. Cochran. Ancient housekeeper Maria doesn't, however, and will do anything, including using her voodoo powers, to see to it that Elaine is happy.  $15

FINGERS AT THE WINDOW  (1942, USA, 80 min. B&W)
Director: Charles Lederer. Cast: Lew Ayres, Laraine Day, Basil Rathbone.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
The City of Chicago is gripped by an Axe Murderer. The streets are empty at night as there has been six murders and six people have been caught, but they are lunatics. Only one person has lived to tell about it and that was Edwina, who is as dumb as a brick. If it were not for Oliver, she would be number seven. When there is a second attempt on Edwina, Oliver figures that the crimes are not random and that someone is hypnotizing these people to do his bidding, but the police and Edwina are skeptical.   $15

FREEWAY MANIAC (1989, USA, 95 min.)
Director: Paul Winters. Stars: Loren Winters, James Courtney and Shepherd Sanders.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
As a child Arthur witnessed the murder of his mother and her friend. Because of this he has become seriously mentally disturbed. When he is in his early twenties, he breaks out of an institution and kills a motorist with whose car he runs off. That same day an actress, Linda, is on her way to the countryside to think about her relationship problems. However, she gets car trouble. Arthur arrives at the same time at the garage and tries to graze Linda after he has first removed the garage owner. Luckily she manages to escape and Arthur is soon arrested by the police. Months later, in the psychiatric institution, Arthur gets a newspaper under his eyes with the image of Linda. He escapes and decides to look for Linda.  $20

FULL CIRCLE (Canada/U.K., 1977, 97 min.)
Directed by: Richard Loncraine. Cast: Mia Farrow, Keir Dullea and Tom Conti.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Widescreen.
Probably better known as “The Haunting of Julia”, it’s an exemplary chiller, a tale of revenge and remorse set in a London house, reverberating with the guilty apprehension of a woman who, trying to recover from the death of her own child, succumbs to the ghost of another young girl who’s been long dead for years.  $20

THE GHOST CATCHERS (1944, USA, 68 min. B&W)
Director: Edward F. Cline. Cast: Ole Olson, Chic Johnson, Gloria Jean, Lon Cheny Jr.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
Two zanies get mixed up with a Southern colonel, his beautiful daughters, a nightclub and a haunted mansion. No comparison to the comedy of Abbott & Costello but still an enjoyable attempt.  $15

Director: Lew Landers. Cast: Arthur Lake, Janis Carter, Lynne Roberts, Frank Sully.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
Comedy spoof in which a man who does the sound effects for a radio station finds his imagination working overtime when his honeymoon is interrupted by the appearance of a dead body in his hotel room.  $15

GOR  (1987, USA, 94 min.)
Director: Fritz Kiersch. Stars: Urbano Barberini, Rebecca Ferratti, Oliver Reed and Jack Palance.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Widescreen.
Earth. The Present. Tarl Cabot, a young professor, is haunted by dreams of another world. On his finger he wears a strange ring of unknown origin. A ring that will open the doors of time and space to another dimension, and the planet of Gor. Once there, he must join forces with the rebels of KO-RO-BA against the murderous Priest King or lose his only chance to return to earth - the precious and powerful home stone.  $20

Director: James Tiniling. Cast: Jane Darwell, Sig Ruman, Sally Blaine, Thomas Bexk.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
When gangsters threaten the life of the brother of a nurse, she and her superintendent make it look as if he died while a hospital patient.  $15

THE HALFWAY HOUSE  (1944, UK, 91 min., B&W)
Enjoyable yet creepy wartime tale of a group of strangers driven to rake shelter at a remote Welsh inn during a storm. What they don’t know is that the inn was bombed by a German plane a year ago and their hosts were killed in the blast. Yikes!  $15

HAVE A NICE WEEKEND  (1975, USA, 82 min.)
Director: Michael Walters. Cast: Michael B. Miller, Peter Dompe, Valerie Shephard. Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
A group of family and friends assembling at a small New England island home for a weekend gathering at the behest of a war veteran. After their arrival, several members of the group are systematically picked off by an unknown psychopath.  $20

Director: Hugh Bennett. Cast: Jimmy Lyndon, Charles Smith, Olive Blakeney. Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
Henry gets into more trouble than usual when he swallows a test tube full of experimental strength serum, and stumbles into a "haunted'' house.  $15

HOME SWEET HOME (1981, USA, 85 min.)
Director: Netie Pena. Stars: Jake Steinfeld, Sallee Elyse and Peter DePaula.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
Thanksgiving Day, the Bradley family and friends gather for the traditional feast to give thanks for life’s bountiful blessings. And they have every reason to be thankful for their lives. Because before they know it, they’ll be dead! The Bradley’s have an uninvited guest; a homicidal maniac who recently escaped from a mental ward to satisfy his pent up lust for murder. And he has singled out their home for his psychopathic killing spree. The Bradley’s Home, Sweet Home is about to become a house of horrors.  $20

HORROR HOUSE (1969, UK, 92 min.)
Director: Michael Armstrong. Cast: Frankie Avalon, Jill Hayworth, Dennis Price, George Sewell.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Widescreen. Extras: Trailer.
Teenagers gathered in an old mansion are being murdered one by one. The survivors must discover who among them is the killer before he finishes off everybody. Original title: “The Haunted House of Horror”.  $20

THE HORROR OF IT ALL  (1964, UK, 75 min. B&W)
Director: Terence Fisher. Cast: Pat Boone, Erica Rogers, Dennis Price. Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
American salesman Jack Robinson arrives unexpectedly in England to ask the parents of his fiancée, Cynthia Marley, for permission to marry their daughter. The eccentric Marleys receive Jack unenthusiastically at their ancestral mansion because Cynthia's cousin has just died. The family, which has a long history of violent death, consists of Percival, who claims to have invented electricity and the automobile; the vampirish Natalia; Reginald, the sinister head of the family; Cornwallis, a former actor; the mad Muldoon, who is kept locked in the basement; and bedridden Grandpapa. After Jack barely escapes injury in a series of accidents that kill Cornwallis and Grandpapa, he concludes that one of the Marleys is determined to become sole heir to the family fortune.
NOTE: Taken from a satellite TV airing, uncut.  $15

THE HOUSE IN NIGHTMARE PARK (1973, U.K., 100 min.)
Director: Peter Sykes. Stars: Frankie Howerd, Ray Milland, Hugh Burden.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
An actor is invited to perform in an isolated country house and becomes involved in mysterious and dangerous events.  $20

HOUSE OF FEAR  (1939, USA, 67 min. B&W)
Director: Joe May. Cast: William Gargan, Irene Hervey, Dorothy Arnold.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
Very rarely seen Universal murder mystery not to be confused with the 1945 Sherlock Holmes film. A detective goes undercover as a producer to investigate an actor's murder, which occurred during the performance of a play. The actor's body disappeared shortly after the crime, and his ghost is rumored to be haunting the theater.  Quality is roughly 7.5/10 on this very rare Universal classic.  $12

HOUSE OF MYSTERY  (1934, USA, 62 min. B&W)
Director: William Nigh. Cast: Ed Lowry, Verna Hillie, John Sheehan, Brandon Husrt.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
An ancient curse and a killer ape are contained inside an old dark mansion.  $15

I LOVE A MYSTERY  (1945, USA, 69 min. B&W)
Director: Henry Levin. Cast: Jim Bannon, Nina Foch, George Macready and Barton Yarborough.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
Based on the popular CBS radio program. A man meets an untimely death in an automobile accident. Detectives Jack Packard and Doc Long reminisce the events as it was only 3 days earlier that the man himself told them he feared he was going to die.  $15

Director: Henry Levin. Cast: Jim Bannon, Barton Yarborough and Anita Louise.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
The 2nd entry in the short lived “I Love A Mystery” series has detectives Packard and Long investigating the identity of a shrunken head that was discovered in a downed cargo plane.  $15

Director: Henry Levin. Cast: Jim Bannon, Barton Yarborough and Karen Morley.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
The 3rd and final entry of the “I Love A Mystery” series has detectives Packard and Long investigating why someone is trying to murder amnesiac Nina Arnold.  $15

Director: Herbert Stock. Cast: Whit Bissell, Robert Burton and Phyllis Coates.
Language: English. Extras: Photo gallery, trailer.
With parts of bodies from dead athletes, a crazed scientist pieces together a hulking monster which he naturally loses control of. 
Full uncut version includes all the scenes typically missing from U.S. prints.  $20

I WAS A TEENAGE WEREWOLF (1957, USA, 76 min., B&W)
Director: Gene Fowley, Jr. Cast: Michael Landon, Yvonne Lime and Whit Bissell.
Language: English. Extras: Theatrical trailer, 8mm footage reels, photo gallery.
A doctor conducts a strange experiment on a troubled teen who likes to get into fights at school. This experiment transforms the boy into a snarling, killer werewolf who spreads terror among his peers.  $20

ICED (1988, USA, 89 min.)
Director: Jeff Kwitny. Stars: Lisa Loring, Elizabeth Gorcey, Debra Deliso and Joseph Alan Johnson.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
It's a ski vacation they won't forget - those who survive, that is! In a snowbound, isolated ski resort, seven friends become the victims of a cold blooded maniac who turns their dreams vacation into hell on ice. Featuring the beautiful Lisa Loring who is best known for her role as Wednesday Addams on the cult TV series "The Addams Family".  $20

THE GAME (1984, USA, 84 min.)
Director: Bill Rebane. Stars: Lori Minnetti, Jim Iaquinta, Tom Blair and Stuart Osborne.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
Three bored millionaires set a fortune as the prize if any one of nine people, that they have gathered in an old mansion, can meet and conquer his or her greatest fear. AKA "The Cold".  $20

GHOSTRIDERS  (1987, USA, 85 min.)
Director: Alan L. Stewart. Stars: Bill Shaw, Jim Peters and Ricky Long.
A gang of outlaws from the old west come back from the dead to get revenge on the grandson of the preacher who had them executed.  $20

HOUSE OF MYSTERY  (1961, UK, 56 min. B&W)
Director: Vernon Sewell. Cast: Peter Dyneley, Jane Hylton, Nanette Newman.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Widescreen.
A young couple go to check out a house they're thinking of buying. A somewhat mysterious woman tells the couple several stories of the fates that befell the house's previous owners.  $20

IMMORTAL SINS (1991, USA/Spain, 80 min.)
Director: Hervé Hachuel. Stars: Cliff De Young, Maryam d'Abo, Shari Shattuck.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
Michael Alvarez (Cliff DeYoung) and his wide Susan (Maryam D’Abo) have inherited an ancient Spanish castle, unaware that it comes with a horrendous curse. Michael is soon lured into a deadly relationship with Diana, the woman who has tormented the generations of men who have inhabited this palace. While Susan sleeps at night, Diana seduces Michael into a murderous romance that tortures the family with immortal sins.  $20

INTO THE DARKNESS (1986, U.K., Made For Video, 91 min.)
Director: David Kent-Watson. Stars: Donald Pleasence, Ronald Lacey and Polly Jo Pleasence.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
A bevy of beautiful models arrives on a tropical island for a photo shoot, but soon they are being killed off one by one.  $20

Director: Edward Cahn. Cast: Steven Terrell, Gloria Casillo and Frank Gorshin.
Language: English. Extras: Optional full screen or widescreen version, trailer.
Bobble-headed looking aliens try to invade earth but stumble upon typical teenage ‘lover’s lane’ territory.  $20

IT CONQUERED THE WORLD (1957, USA, 71 min., B&W)
Director: Roger Corman. Cast: Peter Graves, Beverley Garland and Lee Van Cleef. Language: English. Extras: Photo gallery, trailer.
Remember the “Scrubbing Bubbles” commercial characters? That’s what the alien in this hodge-podge resembles, Just look at it’s ‘feet’! Leave it to Roger Corman to make a schlock fest like this. Scientist guides ‘scubbing-bubble’ alien to earth with disastrous results as usual.  $20

JIGSAW (1968, USA, 97 min.)
Director: James Goldstone. Stars: Harry Guardino, Bradford Dillman and Hope Lange.
Language: English, Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
After inadvertently ingesting some sugar laced with LSD, a man wakes up with amnesia and in the middle of a murder plot.  $20

JOURNEY INTO FEAR (1943, USA, 68 min. B&W)
Director: Norman Foster (and Orson Welles), Stars: Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten and Dolores del Rio.
A Navy engineer, returning to the U.S. with his wife from a conference, finds himself pursued by Nazi agents, who are out to kill him. Without a word to his wife, he flees the hotel the couple is staying in and boards a ship, only to find, after the ship sails, that the agents have followed him.  $15

THE KISS (1988, USA, 105 min.)
Directed by: Pen Densham. Stars: Joanna Pacula, Meredith Salenger, Mimi Kuzyk and Nocholas Kilbertu.
Langauge: English. Subtitles: none. 1.85:1
Black magic, possesion and bizarre deaths turn a normal family's life into a non-stop nightmare. When Aunt Felice arrives at her sister's home to see her neice, Amy for the first time, things with auntie are not what Amy exected. Since Felice's arrival, sudden and mysterious deaths have been occuring. What is it that's in auntie Felice's kiss that's killing people? And is she also after Amy?  $20

THE LADY AND THE MONSTER  (1944, USA, 86 min. B&W)
Director: George Sherman. Cast: Vera Ralston, Erich von Stroheim and Richard Arlen.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
A millionaire's brain is preserved after his death, and telepathically begins to take control of those around him.  $15

THE LADY IN THE MORGUE   (1938, USA, 67 min. B&W)
Director: Otis Garrett. Cast: Preston Foster, Patricia Ellis, Frank Jenks, Barbara Pepper and Thomas E. Jackson.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
Preston S. Foster and Frank Jenks play Bill Crane and Doc Williams, the pulp-novel detectives created by mystery writer Jonathan Latimer. Crane and Williams tackle the case of a morgue robbery; the missing body is that of a young woman who died mysteriously. As the detectives follow the clues, they uncover a deeper mystery, seemingly unconnected with the stolen corpse. Ultimately they discover that the person or persons unknown who swiped the lady in the morgue has a great deal to hide, and won't stop at thievery to hide it. This is the third film in Universal's “Crime Club” series.  $15

LET'S KILL UNCLE  (1966, USA, 92 min.)
Director: William Castle. Cast: Nigel Green, Mary Badham and Pat Cardi.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
A 12-year-old orphan who has just inherited a fortune is trapped on an island with his uncle, a former British intelligence commander who intends to kill him. A young girl is the boy's only ally against the sarcastic uncle, who uses hypnotism, a pool of sharks, fire, and poisonous mushrooms as weapons.  $20

LITTLE WITCHES  (1996, USA, 90 min.)
Director: Jane Simpson. Cast: Mimi Rose, Sheeri Rappaport and Jennifer Rubin. Language:
English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
A group of high school girls at an all girl Catholic school are left alone on Easter vacation. With the school mostly deserted, the girls get bored and want a little fun. They get mixed up in the occult when the ruins of a Satanic temple are found underneath their church. A black book of spells begins their decent into Hell when they try to resurrect a demon. But the ritual requires a human sacrifice!  $20

MACUMBA LOVE (1960, USA, 86 min.)
Director: Douglas Fowley. Stars: Walter Reed, Ziva Rodann, William Wellman Jr. and June Wilkinson.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
A writer who specializes in exposing fake witchcraft journeys to Brazil to investigate a voodoo cult.
NOTE: Although transferred from a 16mm film print, quality of this very rare film is 7/10 due to color washout.  $12

THE MAD DOCTOR  (1941, USA, 90 min B&W)
Director: Tim Whelan. Basil Rathbone, Ellen Drew and John Howard.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
A crazed physician marries a wealthy women and, with the help of his demented assistant, murders them for their money.  $15

THE MAN IN HALF MOON STREET  (1945, USA, 92 min., B&W)
Director: by Ralph Murphy Stars: Nils Asther, Helen Walker, Reinhold Schunzel, Paul Cavanagh and Edmund Breon.
Language: English. Subtitles: none.
A scientist who has found a way to prolong life (he is 120 years old) finds himself in a dilemma: he has fallen in love, and he has also discovered that if he doesn't get new glands, he will die.  $15

THE MAN IN THE BACK SEAT (1961, U.K., 57 min., B&W)
Director: Vernon Sewell. Stars: Darren Nesbitt, Keith Faulkner, Carol White and Harry Locke.
Two young thugs rob a bookie leaving a dog-racing track with his winnings. They beat him so badly that he appears to be he?When they try to make off with the suitcase of money, they discover that the bookie has chained it to his wrist. The pair dash around town trying to find a way of separating the case from the man’s wrist. Finally, they come up with what they believe will be a fool-proof plan. But then something happens that they weren’t quite expecting.  $15

THE MAN WITHOUT A BODY  (1957, U.K./USA, 80 min., B&W)
Director: Charles Saunders / W. Lee Wilder. Stars: Robert Hutton, George Coulouris and Julia Arnall.
Enjoyable and nearly forgottn sci-fi/horror outing about, a scientist who revives the head of the medival seer, Nostradamus. But, a man with a brain tumor has other plans for the living head of the ancient prophet.  $20

THE MAN WITH TWO HEADS  (1972, USA/U.K., 80 min.)
Director: Andy Milligan. Cast: Denis de Marne, Berwick Kaller and Julia Stratton.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
Andy Milligan’s chaotic, angry and insane version of “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” shot on location in England.  $20

Director: Rene Daalder. Stars: Derrel Maury, Andrew Stevens and Robert Carradine.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
David is the new kid at Central High. The only person he knows is Mark, who runs with the local toughs led by Craig. David keeps his distance, preferring not to join the “club.” He tries to convince the other students not to be pushed around, and intervenes once too often on their behalf. When he directly becomes a victim of Craig and the boys, David orchestrates a plan to get back at the members of the clique. Mark worries for his safety, even though he and David were once friends.  $20

THE MISSING GUEST  (1938, USA, 68 min. B&W)
Director: John Rawlins. Cast: Paul Kelly, Constance Moore and William Lundigan.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen. Extras: Trailer.
One of the guests at an old mansion disappears from his room. The other guests search the house for him, but he appears to have vanished into thin air. A loose remake of Universal’s “Secret of the Blue Room” (1933) and remade again by Universal in 1944 as “Murder In the Blue room”.  $15

THE MONKEY TALKS  (1927, USA, 59 min. B&W)
Director: Raoul Walsh. Cast: Olive Borden, Jacques Lerner and Don Alvarado.
Language: English title cards. Fullscreen.
Scratch this one off your “Lost Films Want List”. This rare gem has finally surfaced, though badly damaged on some reels. Friends Pierre and Fano decide to save a dying circus by having Fano disguise himself as a monkey that can talk. This idea should save the circus from bankruptcy but soon Pierre and Fano find they are in love with the same woman, Olivette, who also works at the circus. Tragedy and horror soon overshadow. NOTE: Our print has damage at the beginning and ending of each reel and some spottiness throughout. Keep in mind this film is NOT readily available and it’s amazing to even have it at all.  $20

THE MONKEY'S PAW  (1948, U.K., 66 min. B&W)
Director: Norman Lee. Cast: Milton Rosmer, Megs Jenkins and Michael Martin Harvey.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
A severed monkey’s paw is the talisman which allows it’s owner to make a wish. But the way the wish pans out when granted is not what was hoped for. Yet another rare “lost” classic taken from the best available print. A must have for collectors.  $15

MURDER BY THE CLOCK (1931, USA, 76 min. B&W)
Director: Edward Sloman. Cast: William 'Stage' Boyd, Lilyan Tashman and Irving Pichel.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
An elderly woman installs a horn in her crypt in case she's buried alive.  $15

Director: Benjamin Stoloff. Cast: John Loder, Eleanor Parker and Bruce Lester.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
The citizens of a tiny Cornish village believe that are being tormented during World War II by a headless ghost which is haunting the local tin mine.  $15

MYSTERY HOUSE (1938, USA, 56 min. B&W)
Director: Noel M. Smith. Cast: Dick Purcell, Ann Sheridan, William Hopper and Anne Nagel.
Language: English. Subtitles: none. Fullscreen.
A detective tries to solve a murder in a house full of suspects. After a distinguished banker is killed during a hunting trip, his daughter, Gwen Kingery hires a private detective named Lance O'Leary to find answers. He finds many clues that leads to many different suspects, while there are still more murders being committed. The suspect is trying to conceal several frauds.  $15