Classic Horror Movies

Arthur Lubin, 1943


The Phantom of the Opera (Lubin, 1943)

This lavish Technicolor treatment of Gaston Leroux's famous tale of horror stars ...


Tod Browning, 1931


Dracula (Browning, 1931)

The classic Hollywood version of the vampire tale, based on Hamilton Deane's thea...


Jack Arnold, 1954


Creature From The Black Lagoon

In Creature from The Black Lagoon, an Amazon expedition ends up with the extraord...


Mario Bava, 1960


Black Sunday (Deluxe Edition)

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


Terence Fisher, 1966


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Island of Terror

A tranquil Irish Island is upset by corpses turning up 'filleted like kippers'. Scientists invest...


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...


Tod Browning, James Whale, 1931-54


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Universal Classic Monsters: The Essential Collection

Contains Dracula (1931), Frankenstein (1931), The M...


Michael Powell, 1960


Peeping Tom

Peeping Tom - Michael Powell's controversial and disturbing masterpiece about a focus puller whos...


Roy Boulting, 1968


Twisted Nerve

Martin can be very good but when he's bad he becomes a child with the mind of a psychopath. He's ...


Victor Halperin, 1932


White Zombie

Set in the Haitian mountains, a carriage encounters a funeral taking place on a desolate road. Si...


Ed Wood, 1959


Plan 9 from Outer Space

A cult classic, often called the best worst movie ever made, that tells the story...


Juraj Herz, 1968


The Cremator

This has been described as a 'surrealist-inspired horror' and an expressionist fantasy. It's cert...


Michael Reeves, 1967


The Sorcerers

Horror legend Karloff plays Professor Montserrat, an elderly scientist who has invented a techniq...


Vernon Sewell, 1968


Curse of the Crimson Altar

In the last of his films to be released during his lifetime, Boris Karloff plays ...


Robert Aldrich, 1962


Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?

A hugely entertaining exercise in overheated American gothic from director Robert...


James Whale, 1935


The Bride of Frankenstein

This great sequel to 'Frankenstein' (1931) begins with the work's author, Mary Sh...


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...