Classic Horror Movies

James Whale, 1932


The Old Dark House

A great fun old-school creepy horror flick from Frankenstein director James Whale, with Karloff o...


Kaneto Shindo, 1963


Onibaba (Masters of Cinema)

Kaneto Shindo, the prolific director of 48 films (The Naked Island, Kuroneko) who...


Jack Arnold, 1954


Creature from the Black Lagoon (3D) (Limited Edition Steelbook)

In Creature from The Black Lagoon, an Amazon expedi...


Victor M. Gover, 1946


The Curse of the Wraydons

Horror legend Tod Slaughter goes on a maniacal murder spree in The Curse of the W...


George King, Milton Rosmer, 1940


Tod Slaughter Triple Feature

Contains a triple bill of Tod Slaughter films - The Demon Barber of Fleet Street ...


Jacques Tourneur, 1943


The Leopard Man

An atmospheric horror film from the Val Lewton / Jacques Tourneur stable (Cat People, I Walked wi...


John Gilling, 1967


The Mummy's Shroud

The time is 1920; the place is Mezzera, Egypt, an exotic land of mystery and ancient magic. A rou...


Cyril Frankel, 1966


The Witches

Originally released in 1966, The Witches is a chilling pastoral horror from Hammer Studios. Adapt...


Jess Franco, 1968/1969


Fu Manchu Double Bill

Features The Blood of Fu Manchu and The Castle of Fu Manchu, two of Christopher Lee's finest outi...


Terence Fisher, 1958


The Hound of The Baskervilles (Fisher, 1958)

A hellish hound is lurking the foggy moors as the dark curse of the Baskervilles ...


Mario Bava, 1960


Black Sunday (Deluxe Edition)

'You will never escape my vengeance, or of Satan's! My revenge will seek you out,...


Jean Rollin, 1967


Rape of the Vampire

Jean Rollinís first feature film, Rape of the Vampire is an extraordinary, at times incomprehensi...


Roger Corman, 1961


The Pit and the Pendulum

A horse-drawn carriage pulls up on a deserted beach. A sombre figure dismounts an...


Lew Landers, 1935


The Raven

Following the success of The Black Cat, Karloff and Lugosi teamed up again for another classic sl...


Oswald Mitchell, 1948


The Greed of William Hart

A dark and gory tale of body snatchers in 19th century Edinburgh, based on the tr...


Robert Stevenson, 1936


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The Man Who Changed His Mind

A first ever UK DVD release for this rare 1936 British Boris Karloff film. Ka...


Val Guest, 1957


The Abominable Snowman

A classic early Hammer from a Nigel Kneale screenplay, The Abominable Snowman sees Peter Cushing ...


Alfred Hitchcock, 1960



One of Hitchcock's undisputed masterpieces, both hugely influential and filled with iconic scenes...