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Fate Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works - Part 1 | Blu Ray | (25/04/2016)
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The Holy Grail War has begun. An ancient ritual, seven masters and their seven holy spirits fight to the death. It's said the winner who possesses the Holy Grail is granted any wish they desire. Rin Tohsaka has been training to become a master her whole life, just like her father. Rin and her servant Archer form an unlikely bond with Emiya Shirou who finds himself becoming the master of Saber, one of the most powerful servants in the Holy Grail War. Working together they have to survive knowing only one master can remain. Saber, Lancer, Archer, Rider, Caster, Assassin and Berserker. Who of these seven heroic spirits will earn the mythical Holy Grail and what will they wish for?
Ultimate Hammer Box Set | DVD | (30/10/2006)
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20 of the greatest British films ever produced by the world renowned Hammer film studio! Includes: 1. Blood From The Mummy's Tomb (Dir. Seth Holt 1971) 2. Demons Of The Mind (Dir. Peter Sykes 1972) 3. The Devil Rides Out (Dir. Terence Fisher 1968) 4. Viking Queen (Dir. Don Chaffey 1967) 5. Dracula Prince Of Darkness (Dir. Terence Fisher 1966) 6. Fear In The Night (Dir. Jimmy Sangster 1972) 7. Frankenstein Created Women (Dir. Terence Fisher 1967) 8. The Horror Of Frankenstein (Dir. Jimmy Sangster 1970) 9. The Nanny (Dir. Seth Holt 1965) 10. One Million Years BC (Dir. Don Chaffey 1966) 11. Plague Of The Zombies (Dir. John Gilling 1966) 12. Quatermass And The Pit (Dir. Roy Ward Baker 1967) 13. Rasputin The Mad Monk (Dir. Don Sharp 1966) 14. The Reptile (Dir. John Gilling 1966) 15. The Scars of Dracula (Dir. Roy Ward Baker 1970) 16. SHE (Dir. Robert Day 1965) 17. Slave Girls (Dir. Michael Carreras 1967) 18. To The Devil A Daughter (Dir. Peter Sykes 1967) 19. The Vengeance Of SHE (Dir. Cliff Owen 1968) 20. The Witches (Dir. Cyril Frankel 1966)
Hellraiser Puzzle Box | DVD | (27/09/2004)
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Welcome to the singular vision of Clive Barker and his landmark horror opus! Hellraiser In a place between pleasure and pain there is sensual experience beyond limits. And in a world between paradise andpurgatory there is a horror that feeds the souls of evil. When Frank Cotton solves the mystery of a Chinese puzzle box he enters the world of the Cenobites a world where the cruel sadists thrive on pain. Restored to life by the blood of his brother Larry Frank rises to fe
The Nightmare On Elm Street Collection (Five Disc Box Set) | DVD | (25/06/2001)
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The flagship horror film series of the second half of the 1980s was the Elm Street cycle, inaugurated in 1984 by Wes Craven's A Nightmare on Elm Street. A low-budget, high-imagination effort, the film revived the moribund teenage slasher genre by adding a fantastical premise (just as Craven's Scream would do 10 years later) playing post-modern games. A ghost story about a murdered murderer who can haunt the night terrors of the children of the mob who burned him to death, A Nightmare on Elm Street is the ultimate instance of horror taking its tone from a bad dream. The fact that the monster's powers are irrational is the film's greatest strength rather than a script weakness. Freddy Krueger, who was just plain Fred to start with, is the 80s monster par excellence, a razor-fingered, scarfaced pervert in a hideous jumper and battered hat, lurking in the shadows of the unconscious from which he emerged rather too often in the follow-ups. Craven made him scary, but the directors who followed treated him as the star and he gradually became a ridiculous, comic creation, more tiresome than terrifying. The sequels are what they are: none aspire to the status of the original, though A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors is a rip-roaring fantasy adventure that always pleases, and even the weakest entries (2 and 5) have their moments. From 3 onwards, the dreams become showpieces for the effects men, which makes for sequences at once startling and silly, but sadly bereft of the power to chill. As the 80s recede into the stuff of nostalgia television, other aspects of the series seem more prominent: like a parade of the ghastliest haircuts ever worn by human teenagers (Johnny Depp's cockatoo pompadour or the roach-girl's fluffy perm in 4 as the worst offenders) and several soundtrack album's worth of bland MTV tie-in pop music that never manages to be as memorable as the simple, nursery rhyme theme carried over movies.-- Kim Newman DVD extras. The most desirable add-on feature is a lively, informative commentary track on the original film, with contributions from Wes Craven Heather Langenkamp, John Saxon and cinematographer Jacques Haitkin; this was recorded for a US laserdisc release, and it's a shame that we don't get the outtakes and deleted scenes present on that version. Otherwise, it's the usual trailers, animated menus (all very imaginative) and cast and crew bios (with odd omissions - Nick Corri rates a write-up, but not Johnny Depp), and music videos keyed into sequels three to five, with clips from the films inter-cut with lousy rock and/or rap. A nice gimmick on all the discs is a "jump straight to a nightmare" feature, allowing instant access to the gruesome effects set-piece of your choice. All the discs are good-looking widescreen transfers, with rich sound and optional English sub-titles. Among the most notably absent extras, of course, are the sixth and seventh films, Rachel Talalay's Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare and, most importantly, Wes Craven's New Nightmare. -- Kim Newman
Children Of The Corn 666 - Isaac's Return | DVD | (05/10/2004)
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Isaac's Return is the sixth and newest bone-chilling chapteriin the thrilling 'Children Of The Corn' series! On a trip to find her birth mother Hannah Martin picks up a dark stranger who kicks off a mysterious chain of events. Little does Hannah know that her journey may help fulfill a sinister prophecy made 19 years earlier by Isaac the cult's original evil leader! It's a hair-raising movie event you don't want to miss as Isaac makes his terrifying return and the frightening child
The Burning Dual-Format Blu-ray & DVD SteelBook | Blu Ray | (10/10/2016)
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GATHER AROUND THE CAMPFIRE TO DIE! Of all the many slice-and-dice films that emerged in the early '80s, few remain as gruesomely effective as The Burning the notorious video nasty now finally unleashed on Blu-ray! When an ill-advised prank misfires, summer camp caretaker Cropsy is committed to hospital with severe burns. Released after five years, hospital officials warn him not to blame the young campers who caused his hideous disfigurement. But no sooner is Cropsy back on the streets than he's headed back to camp with a rusty pair of shears in hand, determined to exact his bloody revenge With standout gore effects courtesy of FX legend Tom Savini, The Burning proved too shocking for UK censors upon its original video release. Now, fully uncut and in High Definition, The Burning is ready to reclaim its place as the ultimate summer camp nightmare. LIMITED EDITION CONTENTS Limited Edition SteelBook packaging (4000 copies) High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentations Original mono audio (uncompressed PCM on the Blu-ray) Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing Audio commentary with director Tony Maylam and critic Alan Jones Audio commentary with stars Shelley Bruce and Bonnie Deroski Brand new audio commentary with The Hysteria Continues Blood ?n' Fire Memories a detailed look at the creation of the film's make-up effects with special effects artist Tom Savini Slash & Cut an interview with editor Jack Sholder Cropsy Speaks an interview with actor Lou David Summer Camp Nightmare an interview with actress Leah Ayres Brand new interview with composer Rick Wakeman Behind-the-Scenes Footage Theatrical Trailer Make-Up Effects Still Gallery Poster & Still Gallery
The Classic Monster Coffin Collection | Blu Ray | (06/10/2014)
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This limited edition coffin contains eight of the most iconic cinematic masterpieces of the horror genre. Digitally restored in perfect high-definition picture and sound The Coffin includes a never-before-seen featurette about the restoration of Dracula and the first ever offering of Creature from the Black Lagoon in its restored Blu-ray 3D version. Dracula (1931)The original 1931 movie version of Bram Stoker's classic tale has for generations defined the iconic look and terrifying persona of the famed vampire. Dracula owes its continued appeal in large part due to Bela Lugosi's indelible portrayal of the immortal Count Dracula and the flawless direction of horror auteur Tod Browning. Frankenstein (1931)Boris Karloff stars as the screens most tragic and iconic monster in what many consider to be the greatest horror film ever made. Dr. Henry Frankenstein (Colin Clive) dares to tamper with the essential nature of life and death by creating a monster (Karloff) out of lifeless human body parts. Director James Whale's adaptation of the Mary Shelley novel and Karloff's compassionate portrayal of a creature groping for identity make Frankenstein a timeless masterpiece. The Mummy (1932)Horror icon Boris Karloff stars in the original 1932 version of The Mummy in which a team of British archaeologists accidentally revives a mummified high priest after 3 700 years. Alive again he sets out on an obsessive-and deadly-quest to find his lost love. Over 50 years after its first release this brooding dream-like horror classic remains a cinematic masterpiece. The Invisible Man (1933)Claude Rains delivers an unforgettable performance in his screen debut as a mysterious doctor who discovers a serum that makes him invisible. Covered by bandages and dark glasses Rains arrives in a small English village and attempts to hide his amazing discovery but the drug's side effects slowly drive him to commit acts of unspeakable terror. The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)The acclaimed sequel to the original Frankenstein has become one of the most popular horror classics in film history. The legendary Boris Karloff reprises his role as the screen's most misunderstood monster now longing for a mate of his own. Colin Clive is back as the proud and overly ambitious Dr. Frankenstein who creates the ill-fated bride (Elsa Lanchester). The last horror film directed by James Whale features a haunting musical score that helps make The Bride of Frankenstein one of the finest and most touching thrillers of its era. The Wolf Man (1941)Originally released in 1941 The Wolf Man introduced the world to a new Universal movie monster and redefined the mythology of the werewolf forever. Featuring a heart-breaking performance by Lon Chaney Jr. and groundbreaking make-up by Jack Pierce The Wolf Man is the saga of Larry Talbot a cursed man who transforms into a deadly werewolf when the moon is full. The dreamlike atmospheres elaborate settings and chilling musical score combine to make The Wolf Man a masterpiece of the genre. The Phantom of the Opera (1943)This lavish retelling of Gaston Leroux's immortal horror tale stars Claude Rains as the masked phantom who haunts the Paris Opera House. A crazed composer who schemes to make beautiful young soprano Christine DuBois (Susanna Foster) the star of the opera company the Phantom also wreaks revenge on those he believes stole his music. Nelson Eddy as the heroic baritone tries to win the affections of Christine as he tracks down the murderous horribly disfigured Phantom. The Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954) - including Blu-ray 3D versionCaptured and imprisoned for scientific study a living amphibious missing link becomes enamoured with the head researcher's female assistant (Julie Adams). When the hideous creature escapes and kidnaps the object of his affection a crusade is launched to rescue the helpless woman and cast the terrifying creature back to the depths from which he came. Featuring legendary makeup artist Bud Westmore's brilliantly designed monster Creature from the Black Lagoon is an enduring tribute to the imaginative genius of its Hollywood creators. Special Features: Limited Edition Coffin packaging Dracula (1931): Dracula (1931) Spanish Version Introduction to the Spanish Version by Lupita Tovar Kohner Dracula: The Restoration The Road To Dracula Lugosi: The Dark Prince Feature Commentary by Film Historian David J. Skal Alternate Score By Philip Glass performed by the Kronos Quartet Dracula Archives Monster Tracks Pop-Up Facts (pop-up facts about the making of Dracula that can be read while watching the film) Trailer Gallery: Centennial Dracula Dracula's Daughter Son Of Dracula House of Dracula Frankenstein (1931): 100 Years of Universal: Restoring the Classics The Frankenstein Files: How Hollywood Made A Monster Karloff: The Gentle Monster Monster Tracks Pop-Up Facts (pop-up facts about the making of Frankenstein that can be read while watching the film) Universal Horror Frankenstein Archives Boo!: A Short Film Feature Commentary With Film Historian Rudy Behlmer Feature Commentary With Historian Sir Christopher Frayling Trailer Gallery: Centennial Frankenstein The Bride of Frankenstein The Ghost of Frankenstein Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man House of Frankenstein The Mummy (1932): Mummy Dearest: A Horror Tradition Unearthed He Who Made Monsters: The Life and Art of Jack Pierce Unraveling the legacy of The Mummy The Mummy Archives 100 Years of Universal: The Carl Laemmle Era Feature Commentary's with: Film Historian Paul M Jensen Rick Baker Scott Essman Steven Haberman Bob Burns Brent Armstrong Trailer Gallery: Centennial The Mummy Theatrical The Mummy's Tomb Theatrical The Mummy's Ghost The Mummy's Curse The Mummy's Hand The Invisible Man (1933): Now You See Him: Invisible Man Revealed 100 Years of Universal: Unforgettable Characters Production Photographs Feature Commentary with film historian Rudy Behlmer Centennial Trailer The Bride of Frankenstein (1935): 100 Years of Universal: Restoring the Classics She's Alive! Creating The Bride of Frankestein The Bride of Frankenstein Archives Feature Commentary with Scott MacQueen Trailer Gallery: Centennial Frankenstein The Bride of Frankenstein The Ghost of Frankenstein House of Frankenstein Trailer The Wolf Man (1941): 100 Years of Universal: The Lot Monsters By Moonlight: An Original Documentary The Wolf Man: From Ancient Curse to Modern Myth Pure In Heart: The Life and Legacy of Lon Chaney Jr. He Who Made Monsters: The Life and Art of Jack Pierce Wolf Man Archives Feature Commentary with Film Historian Tom Weaver Trailer Gallery: Centennial The Wolf Man (1941) Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man Werewolf of London She-Wolf of London House of Frankenstein House of Dracula The Phantom of the Opera (1943): 100 Years of Universal: The Lot The Opera Ghost: A Phantom Unmasked Production Photographs Feature Commentary with Film Historian Scott MacQueen Phantom of the Opera Theatrical Trailer Centennial Trailer The Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954): The Creature From The Black Lagoon in Blu-ray 3D 100 Years of Universal: The Lot Back to the Black Lagoon Production Photographs Feature Commentary With Film Historian Tom Weaver Trailer Gallery: Centennial The Creature From The Black Lagoon Trailer 1 The Creature From The Black Lagoon Trailer 2 Revenge of the Creature The Creature Walks Among Us
Supernatural - Complete Season 1-3 | DVD | (25/08/2008)
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You can now own all three seasons of the spooky series Supernatural. Follow the story of Dean and Sam who travel the country battling evil forces. Ever since they were little their father has been consumed with an obsession to find the evil forces that murdered his beloved wife and recruited his two young sons to help them. They have grown up as hunters of the supernatural. Once their father goes missing they begin their journey to find him.
Vincent Price and Roger Corman Present: Six Gothic Tales | Blu Ray | (08/12/2014)
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From the Merchant of Menace Vincent Price and the King of the Bs Roger Corman come six Gothic tales inspired by the pen of Edgar Allan Poe. In The Fall of the House of Usher a young man learns of a family curse that threatens his happiness with his bride-to-be. In The Pit and the Pendulum a brother investigates the untimely death of sister played by Barbara Steele. Tales of Terror adapts three Poe classics Morella The Black Cat and The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar each starring a horror icon. The Raven is a comic take on the famous poem concerning three rival magicians. In The Haunted Palace a newcomer in a New England town is suspected of being a warlock. And in The Tomb of Ligeia filmed in Norfolk and at Stonehenge a widower's upcoming marriage plans are thwarted by his dead first wife. The six films boast a remarkable cast list: not just Price and Steele (Black Sunday) but also Boris Karloff (Frankenstein) Peter Lorre (M The Beast with Five Fingers) Lon Chaney Jr (The Wolf Man Spider Baby) Basil Rathbone (The Black Cat) and a very young Jack Nicholson. Adapted for the screen by Richard Matheson (The Twilight Zone I Am Legend) and Robert Towne (Chinatown) these Six Gothic Tales now rank as classic examples of sixties horror cinema. Special Features: Limited Edition boxed-set High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation of all six features presented across six Blu-rays Original uncompressed mono PCM Audio for all films Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing for all films Numerous new and archive commentaries interviews and featurettes for each film! The Directors: Roger Corman an hour-long documentary on the filmmaker featuring contributions from James Cameron Martin Scorsese and Ron Howard Original Theatrical Trailers Reversible sleeves featuring original and newly commissioned artwork for all six films Limited edition 200-page collector's book containing new writing on all films plus reprints and reproductions to be announced soon!
Guillermo Del Toro Collection | Blu Ray | (25/10/2010)
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A trio of films by the acclaimed Mexican director Guillermo del Toro. Cronos (1993): A strange object the Cronos device has been found inside the statue of an angel in an antique store. While the dealer Jesus Gris is holding the device it springs open and its metallic legs pierces his flesh. Once bitten he develops a craving for human blood and his body grows more and more youthful with each drink. As the addiction spreads through his body he realizes he desires the blood of his innocent granddaughter... The Devil's Backbone (2001): A deliciously dark horror The Devil's Backbone tells the tale of a remote Spanish orphanage during the final days of The Spanish Civil War whose young inhabitants are brutally terrorised by Santi a decomposing spirit who stalks the building's dark decaying hallways. But as the film builds to a grisly explosive finale the children learn the true story of Santi's death and rise up to vow a deadly vengeance on his vicious murderer. Produced by Pedro Almodovar and brilliantly photographed for maximum suspence by leading cinematographer Guillermo Navarra The Devil's Backbone is a truly haunting memorable ghost story. Pan's Labyrinth (2006): the story of a young girl that travels with her mother and adoptive father to a rural area up North in Spain 1944 - after Franco's victory. The girl lives in an imaginary world of her own creation and faces the real world with much chagrin. Post-war Fascist repression is at its height in rural Spain and the girl must come to terms with that through a fable of her own.
Tenebrae Steelbook | Blu Ray | (16/12/2013)
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A notorious horror classic returns in all its depraved glory. This infamous video nasty updated the classic Giallo blueprint for the gorified 80s, courting controversy and drenching the viewer in crimson arterial spray. A razor-wielding psycho is stalking the horror writer Peter Neal, in Rome to promote his latest work, Tenebre. But the author isn t the obsessive killer s only target, the beautiful women who surround him are doomed as one by one, they fall victim to the murderer s slashing blade... Will fiction and reality blur as fear and madness take hold? Watch in terror as by turns the cast fall victim to the sadistic imagination of Dario Argento, Italy s master of horror. Special Features: ? Brand new High Definition transfer of the film (1080p) ? Optional English & Italian Audio ? Original uncompressed Mono Audio ? Optional English subtitles ? Audio Commentary with Argento experts, journalists and writers Kim Newman and Alan Jones ? Audio Commentary with Argento expert Thomas Rostock ? Introduction by star Daria Nicolodi ? Screaming Queen! Daria Nicolodi remembers Tenebrae ? The Unsane World of Tenebrae: An interview with director Dario Argento ? A Composition for Carnage: Composer Claudio Simonetti on Tenebrae ? Goblin: Tenebrae and Phenomena Live from the Glasgow Arches ? Original Trailer ? Reversible sleeve with original and newly commissioned artwork by Rick Melton ? Exclusive collector s booklet featuring brand new writing by Alan Jones, author of Profondo Argento
Hitchcock: The Ultimate Filmmaker Collection | Blu Ray | (11/11/2013)
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All your favourite films from the ultimate filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock. 16 of his best loved classic films digitally restored in stunning high definition. Exclusive film tins including Vertigo Psycho The Birds North By Northwest Rear Window and To Catch a Thief. Plus... A 16-page Companion Booklet Movie Poster Art Cards New Original Letters Storyboard Special Features and more... Titles Comprise: Saboteur Shadow of a Doubt Rope Rear Window To Catch a Thief The Trouble with Harry The Man Who Knew Too Much Vertigo North by Northwest Psycho The Birds Marnie Torn Curtain Topaz Frenzy Family Plot
Angel - Complete DVD Collection | DVD | (30/10/2006)
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Every episode from all 5 seasons of the action-packed adventures of Angel Investigations in a single supremely collectible box set! The vampire Angel leaves Sunnydale for Los Angeles where he uses his powers to help people. Meanwhile spoiled Cordelia is trying to make her way in the City of Angels - and her path is destined to cross with Buffy's true love!
Horror Collection | DVD | (24/10/2005)
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A spine-chilling compendium of creepy horror movies comprising: Creep (Dir. Christopher Smith 2004): Trapped in a London subway station a woman who's being pursued by a potential attacker heads into the unknown labyrinth of tunnels beneath the city's streets. 28 Days Later (Dir. Danny Boyle 2002): Four weeks after a mysterious incurable virus spreads throughout the UK a handful of survivors try to find sanctuary. Blair Witch Project (Dir. Daniel Myrick & Eduar
Phantasm | DVD | (31/10/2005)
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Phantasm (1979): If this one doesn't scare you you're already dead! After their friend is murdered two brothers begin a hunt in search of the killer. Their investigation leads them to the discovery of a startling and hideous secret. As the brothers learn more about what is really going on at Morningside mortuary (involving a floating sphere with razor-sharp protruding daggers which seeks out victims and drains the blood from their heads) they get deeper into trouble but it may be already too late! Phantasm 2 - The Ball Is Back (1988): Armed with his lethal band of flying silver spheres the deadly mortician who was thought to have killed his last victim nine years ago returns more dangerous than ever! Once again young Michael Pearson and his pal Reggie take on the master of the killer orbs as they race against time and risk their lives to thwart his murderous rampage forever... Phantasm 3 - Lord Of The Dead (1994): Thirteen years after the original nightmare began Mike and Reggie reunite with the spirit of Mike's dead brother and are pursued by The Tall Man through warped dimensions of space and time. Who will reign supreme? Prepare to be scared witless as the fine line between the living and the dead snaps with a vengeance! Phantasm 4 - Oblivion (1998): The sequel with balls! The nightmare lives on... but humanity may not! The Phantasm saga reaches its terrifying climax in a horrific explosion of gut-wrenching battles lethal flying spheres and a spine-tingling quest to discover once and for all the secret of the mysterious Tall Man. For years the Tall Man (Angus Scrimm) has waged a gruesome war against humanity slowly populating the world with his undead legions. But two determined heroes Mike (A. Michael Baldwin) and Reggie (Reggie Bannister) have pledged to stop the horrifying onslaught - for good! By hurling themselves through a gateway in the time/space continuum they're able to unearth a vital clue from their enemy's past that may put an end to the horror. But the Tall Man not to be so easily defeated is massing his dark army for a blood-curdling final assault in which Michael and Reggie must fight not only for their own lives but future of all mankind. Directed by Phantasm creator Don Coscarelli and including never-before-seen footage excised from the bone-chilling original Phantasm: Oblivion is a nerve-shattering horror thriller charged with astonishing special effects and shocking scenes of pure terror. Brace yourself for a journey beyond your worst nightmares!
10 Pack: Thrillers (including Dead Even, Dead Lenny, Tunnel Vision, Deadfall, The Stray, Original Sin, Phoenix, Rehearsal For Murder, Cold Front, Scissors | DVD | (17/10/2007)
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The Monster Legacy | DVD | (25/10/2004)
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The Dracula Legacy 1. Dracula (1931) 2. Son Of Dracula (1943) and House Of Dracula (1945) 3. Dracula (Spanish language version) (1931) and Dracula's Daughter (1936) plus bonus footage The Frankenstein Legacy 1. Frankenstein (1931) 2. The Bride Of Frankenstein (1935) 3. Son Of Frankenstein (1939) and Ghost Of Frankenstein (1942) 4. House Of Frankenstein (1944) plus bonus footage The Wolf Man Legacy 1. The Wolf Man (1941) 2. Werewolf Of London