In this section are Spain productions. For Spanish language films made in other Spanish speaking countries please refer to the WORLD CINEMA section.

Please be sure to read the descriptions for info on English dub or English subtitles.  
All titles in this section are $20 each unless noted in the description.  Orders of 2 or more get FREE SHIPPING in the USA.


A CANDLE FOR THE DEVIL (1973, Spain, 90 min.)
Director: Eugenio Martin. Cast: Judy Geeson, Aurora Bautista, Victor Alcazar.
Language: English dubbed. Subtitles: none. Widescreen. Extras: Photo gallery.
Two crazed women run an Inn where the people check in, but never check out…at least, not the way they’d expect to.
Original title: “Una vela para el Diablo” AKA: “It Happened At Nightmare Inn”.

ASSIGNMENT TERROR (Spain/Italy/Germany, 1970, 87 min.) SPECIAL EDITION
Director: Tulio Demicheli. Cast: Michael Rennie, Karin Dor, Paul Naschy and Craig Hill.
Language: English dubbed and English subtitled. Widescreen. Extras: Dutch Trailer.
Aliens revive a vampire, a werewolf, a mummy and Frankenstein's monster with a plan to use them to take over the world. They want to discover the reason that these monsters are so frightening to Earthlings.  They then plan to create an army of such monsters using their findings.  AKA: "Monsters of Terror", "Dracula vs Frankenstein".    $25

CURSE OF THE DEVIL (1973, Spain, 84 min.)

Please see this listing in the BLU-RAY R section.

CURSE OF THE VAMPIRE (1972, Spain, 85 min.)
Direector: Jose Maria Elorrieta. Cast: Diana Sorel, Nicholas Ney, Ines Morales.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English. Widesceen.

A small rural Spanish village of the present is haunted by vampires. Dr.Dora Maeterlick is called to a nearby castle to cure the father of Baron Carl von Rysselbert who suffers from a strange blood disease. Erika, assistant to Doctor, falls in love with Carl. But Carl is a vampire and pretty soon he makes Erika his vampire bride. From now on Dr.Maeterlick plunges into a nightmarish whirl of dark happenings...
This is the "nude" version of the film. Alternate prints that have been English dubbed contain the "clothed" scenes. Original title: “La llamada del vampire” ("The Call of the Vampre").

DEATH OF A HOODLUM (1975, Spain, 88 min.)
Director: Leon Klimovsky. Stars: Paul Naschy, Carmen Sevilla and Henry Gregor.
Language: Spanish. Subttiles: English. Widescreen.
After a jewelry store heist one of the criminals, Marcos (Paul Naschy), deceived his companions and disappeared with all loot. He takes refuge in a house inhabited by a wheelchair-bound, impotent man and his horny wife and daughter. Before long Marcos is pitting one family member against the other as he pleasures himself with the females. Marcos' immorality is caused by his own family tragedy, the murder of his mother by his father, which he witnessed when a child. He is a man who, out of psychological necessity, must debase the family unit and rage
at anyone who says a bad word about his deceased mom. He also carries with him a photo of his beloved mother.

DEMON WITCH CHILD (1975, Spain, 90 min.)
Directed by Amando DeOssorio. Stars: Julián Mateos, Marián Salgado and Fernando Sancho.
Language: English dubbed. Subtitles: none.
An ugly old witch (Tota Alba) trashes a church, steals the communion chalice and kidnaps an innocent baby. She is promptly arrested on the orders of stern police commissioner, Mr. Barnes (Ángel del Pozo), but ignores the pleas of the child’s grieving mother and flings herself out a window to her death. The witch’s coven, led by a wild-eyed gypsy (Kali Hansa) take revenge by passing on a devil doll to the commissioner’s daughter, Susan (Marián Salgado) allowing the witch to possess her body. Quicker than you can say Pazuzu, sweet little Susan starts floating in mid-air, crawling up walls and spouting obscenities in the time-honoured Linda Blair tradition.

Director: Jorge Darnell. Cast: Inma de Stais, Maria del Puy, Jack Taylor.
Language: English dubbed. Subtitles: Greek. Widescreen. Extras: Spanish trailer.
Young Teresita is acting strange and her mother’s death deemed an accident. But was it really Teresita who did her own mother in? She is taken under observation by a doctor who thinks electric shock treatments will cure her nightmares and violent rages. Original title: “El juengo del Diablo”.


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EL ESPECTRO DEL TERROR (1973, Spain, 81 min.)
Director: José María Elorrieta. Stars: Sancho Gracia, Aramis Ney and Maria Perschy.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English. Widescreen.
Maria Preston, an airline stewardess, has been haunted by a mysterious person for quite some time. His name is Charly, he is an employee at the airport and an American Vietnam veteran. The man is essentially a dangerous psychopath who, after discovering that his wife was cheating on him, developed a destructive hatred of women.

FEAST OF SATAN (1971, Spain, 90 min.)
Director: Jose Maria Elorrieta. Cast: Espartaco Santoni, Krista Nell, Teresa Gimpera.
Language: English dubbed. Subtitles: none. Widscreen. Extras: Trailer.
A woman searching for her missing sister arrives at a small coastal village, where her sister was last seen. Unknown to her, her arrival has been noted by a crazed scientist, who has designs on her.
Original title: “Las amantes del Diablo”. AKA: “Feast For the Devil”.

THE GLASS CEILING (1971, Spain, 90 min.)
Directed by: Eloy de la Iglesia. Stars: Carmen Sevilla, Dean Selmier and Patty Shepard.
Language: English dubbed. Subtitles: none. Widescreen.
Marta spends a few days alone while her husband is on a business trip. But she starts to get scared when she hears some mysterious steps every night on the top floor. Her neighbor will try to convince her that it is her husband's footsteps when he returns from work, but Marta does not believe it and begins to investigate.

LOVE BRIDES OF THE BLOOD MUMMY (1973, Spain, 82 min.)
Director: Alejandro Martí. Cast: Michael Flynn, Catherine Franck, Teresa Gimpera.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English. Widescreen.
The idea behind this obsurity is that a long dead Egyptian princeis brought back to life by a crazed scientist. Only this ‘mummy’ needs fresh blood in order to keep his heart beating. With the combination of sleaze, vampirism and the torture of sexy babes, fans of this genre will likely enjoy watching the LOVE BRIDES OF THE BLOOD MUMMY.
Note: This version is mastered from a very rare Spanish VHS circa late 1980’s/early 1990’s. Portions off the VHS master suffer from typical wear and tear due to being a former rental store tape.  Original title: “El secreto de la momia egipcia”. Actual translation: “The Secret of the Egyptian Mummy”.   $15


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MORBO (1972, Spain, 90 min.)
Director: Gonzalo Suarez. Stars: Ana Belén, Víctor Manuel and Michael J. Pollard.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
Newlyweds Alicia (Ana Belén) and Diego (Victor Manuel) head straight from the chapel to their caravan for a honeymoon in the countryside. Alone in an isolated woodland area they dine on champagne and caviar, open their wedding gifts, sunbathe and make love. Yet Alicia has this nagging feeling they are being watched. Diego dismisses her fears. But when the couple run low on water Diego is oddly reluctant to go to the well near a creepy old abandoned farmhouse. Then Alicia's wedding dress mysteriously disappears. Still it remains uncertain whether Alicia is merely paranoid or someone is truly out to get them. 

NAZARENO CRUZ AND THE WOLF (1975, Argentina, 92 min.)
Director: Leonardo Favio. Stars: Juan José Camero, Marina Magali and Alfredo Alcón.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English (optional). Fullscreen.
Nazareno Cruz is the seventh son of a couple living in a high mountain village. According to a myth, a seventh son will become a wolf on nights of the full moon. Everyone in the village is relieved when this doesn't happen. The boy grows up and falls in love with a beautiful girl, Griselda. When he's 20 years old, he is visited by the Devil, who offers him the wealth of the world if he will turn his back on his love for Griselda, and if he fails to do this, he will become a wolf.

NIGHT OF THE EXECUTIONER (1992, Spain, 85 min.)
Director: Paul Naschy. Cast: Paul Naschy, Manuel Zarzo, Paloma Cela.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English. Fullscreen.
“Night of the Executioner”, treads the same grounds of “Death Wish”, with Paul Naschy’s character out for revenge on the scum that rape and murder his wife and daughter.  When what at first seems like a simple robbery soon escalates into a violent bloodbath, leaving Naschy fighting for his life and his family dead, Dr. Hugo Arranz sets out to return the unwelcomed horrors on the hoodlums. Extremely brutal and bloody film and Naschy is excellent in the role of the self appointed judge, jury and executioner!  Original title: “La noche del ejecuto".

NO ONE HEARD THE SCREAM (1973, Spain, 90 min.)
Director: Eloy de la Iglesia. Stars: Carmen Sevilla, Vicente Parra and María Asquerino.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
A high-class call girl witnesses her neighbor disposing of his wife's body. The man kidnaps her and forces her to help him. An unexpected relationship develops.

SCHOOL OF DEATH (1974, Spain, 91 min.)   
Director: Pedro L. Ramírez. Stars: Dean Selmier, Sandra Mozarowsky, Norma Kastel and Victoria Vera.
Language: English and Spanish.  Subtitles: English.  Full screen.
The girls at the Santa Elizabeth orphanage mysteriously die when they leave their place of residence,
but Leonore sees her friend Sylvia again after she was officially declared dead. All this coincides with
the escape from prison of a surgeon who was secretly experimenting memory erasure. 

Now available as a 2 on 1: English subtitled and English dubbed.   $20.00

STRANGE LOVE OF THE VAMPIRES (1975, Spain, 85 min.)
Director: Leon Klimovsky. Cast: Emma Cohen, Tota Alba, Carlos Ballesteros and Barta Barri.
Language: English dubbed. Subtitles: Dutch. Fullscreen.
The sensual Emma Cohen stars as Catherine, a woman who falls in love with a rather aristocratic gentleman after a one night stand. What she doesn’t know, but will soon discover, is that the man she so desires, Count Rudolph, is actually a blood-sucking vampire whose castle is a dwelling place for his folloers who terrorize the local Spanish countryside. AKA “Night of the Walking Dead”.   $15

TOWER OF THE SEVEN HUNCHBACKS (1944, Spain, 85 min., B&W)
Directed by: Edgar Neville. Stars: Antonio Casal, Isabel de Pomés, Guillermo Marín.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English.
In the Madrid of the 19th century a young man plays roulette. A mysterious character helps him by pointing with his walking stick the next number where
the ball is going to fall. The protagonist is the only one able to see him. The mysterious man turn out to be the ghost of an archaelogist and ask the young
man to defend his daughter from a gang of hunchbacks.

VENGEANCE OF THE MUMMY (1972, Spain, 91 min.)
Director: Carlos Aured. Cast: Paul Naschy, Jack Taylor, Maria Silva and Helga Line.
Language: Spanish. Subtitles: English. Widescreen.
An evil Egyptian Pharaoh (Paul Naschy), who entertains himself in torture and human sacrifices, is betrayed by his own followers when given a poison which paralyzes him. Centuries later, he is discovered and revived by an ancient curse.


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MADAME OLGA'S PUPILS (1980, Spain, 82 min.)

Please see this listing in the EXPLOITATION section.