Wild Woman, Night Monster, Horror Island, Atomic Monster
Street Date 13/09/2009
Publisher: Universal |
From the studio that created the horror genre comes five terrifying films that will send chills down your spine and bring terror to your heart in the "Universal Horror Classic Movie Archive"! Unearthed from the vaults and on DVD for the first time, Universal invites you to journey through fog-filled moors, into haunted mansions and through secret hallways to meet a chilling collection of mad scientists, crazed circus performers, an ape woman and maniacal killers! Prepare yourself for hours of pure terror starring some of the most iconic actors in the history of horror, including Lon Chaney, Jr. and Bela Lugosi! Includes the films THE BLACK CAT (1941), MAN MADE MONSTER (1941), HORROR ISLAND (1941), NIGHT MONSTER (1942), and CAPTIVE WILD WOMEN (1943).
Page Fletcher is "The Hitchhiker," walking a lonely road where darkness is always by his side and terror lurks around every turn. Pick him up if you dare. He will guide you to your destination, where the good are spared and the wicked are damned. Episodes: OD Feeling, True Believer, Perfect Order, Cabin Fever, A Whole New You, Dead Heat, The Curse, Out of the Night, Secret Ingredients, Man of Her Dreams.
He looks like Dracula, talks like Dracula and dresses like Dracula; but since the movie rights to Dracula were controlled by Universal, Bela Lugosi's character name is Armand Tesla in Columbia's Return of the Vampire. Bringing the Old Legend up to date, the film contrives to have the blood-sucking Tesla rise from his coffin when his tomb is blasted open during the London Blitz. Making up for lost time (he's been interred since WW1), Tesla enlists the aid of talking werewolf Andreas (Matt Willis), who brings him provisions and seeks out new victims. The next soft white neck on Tesla's list belongs to the lovely Nicki Saunders (Nina Foch), but not if Lady Jane Ainsley (Frieda Inescort), who knows what the mysterious stranger is really up to, has anything to say about it. Incidentally, the girl playing Tesla's victim in the opening credits is an unbilled Jeanne Bates.
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