The Killer Eye (©1998 Tanna Productions)

Horror



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Anguish (©1987 Ramaco Anstalt)
Patty (Talia Paul) and Linda (Clara Pastor) go to see a movie about a deranged mother (Zelda Rubinstein) who uses hypnosis and telepathy to direct her middle-aged son John (Michael Lerner) to kill people and harvest their eyes. But the line between fantasy and reality starts to blur when someone in the theater starts killing the moviegoers.


NR
Billy the Kid vs Dracula (©1966 Empire Pictures)
While riding on a stagecoach, Count Dracula (John Carradine) is shown a picture of the beautiful Betty Bentley (Melinda Plowman). Posing as her dead uncle, Dracula injects himself into Betty's life with plans to make her his mate. But Betty's boyfriend, William 'Billy the Kid' Bonney (Chuck Courtney), learns that Dracula is a vampire and sets out to stop him from making Betty one of the undead.


NR
Blood of Dracula (©1957 Carmel Productions)
Rebellious teenager Nancy Perkins (Sandra Harrison) is sent to the Sherwood School for Girls where she meets deranged science teacher Miss Branding (Louise Lewis), who hypnotizes her with an amulet to release the power within her, turning her into a blood sucking vampire. Miss Branding then uses the amulet to send Nancy on a killing spree while she studies Nancy's transformation for science.


R
Brain, The (©1988 Brightstar Films Inc.)
Jim Majelewski (Tom Breznahan) is a teenage troublemaker who is sent to Dr. Blake (David Gale) at the Psychological Research Institute for help. But he soon finds that Dr. Blake is actually an alien who is using a giant brain to send hypnotic brainwaves over television signals. When Jim is framed for murder, it's up to him and his girlfriend Janet (Cyndy Preston) to clear his name and destroy the brain.


NR
Bride of the Monster (©1955 Filmakers Releasing Org.)
When headstrong reporter Janet Lawton (Loretta King) investigates a string of disappearances in a swamp, she falls into the clutches of Dr. Eric Vornoff (Bela Lugosi) who is trying to create a race of superbeings using atomic energy. Now, her fiancé Lt. Dick Craig (Tony McCoy) must battle Dr. Vornoff's brutish assistant Lobo (Tor Johnson) to save Janet begore it's too late.


R
Breeders (©1986 Taryn Productions)
Doctor Gamble Pace (Teresa Farley) and Detective Dale Andriotti (Lance Lewman) are baffled when a string of young women are found brutally raped and covered with a strange organic material. Soon after slipping into a coma , the women suddenly awake and head for the sewers, leading the doctor and the detective to a nest where the women are preparing to give birth to otherworldly offspring.


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Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter (©1972 Hammer Films)
When young women start dying of old age, Dr. Marcus (John Carson) sends for vampire hunter Capt. Kronos (Horst Janson) and his sidekick Prof. Hieronymos Grost (John Cater). With the aid of the beautiful Carla (Caroline Munro), Kronos tracks the vampire to the estate of Lady Durward (Wanda Ventham) and her children (Lois Dane and Shane Briant) but which of them is the vampire?


NR
Caress of the Vampire (©1997 Brain Escape Pictures)
Soon after Cassie moves into her new house, she begins to experience overwhelming feelings of arousal. When she meets her new neighbor Seth, she has no idea that Seth is a space vampire who's responsible for her strange new sensations. Meanwhile, the police are after Seth for the string of dead bodies she's left in her wake. Seth is forced to flee the planet but not before giving Cassie a parting gift.


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Climax, The (©1944 Universal Pictures)
Theatre physician Dr. Frederick Hohner (Boris Karloff) becomes obsessed with singer Marcellina (June Vincent) and kills her when she rejects him. Ten years later, Hohner hypnotizes a young singer named Angela Klatt (Susanna Foster) to prevent her from singing because he believes she has Marcellina's voice. Only Angela's boyfriend Franz (Turhan Bey) can break Hohner's control over her.


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Cold Hearts (©1999 How Bad Do You Want It? Prod.)
Seth (Robert Floyd) shows up and rescues Viktoria (Marisa Ryan) from her abusive ex-boyfriend Charles (Christopher Wiehl) but Seth doesn't know both Charles and Viktoria are both vampires...or does he? When Charles drives Viktoria's best friend Alicia (Amy Jo Johnson) to kill herself, Seth confronts Charles and reveals his own dark secret, resulting in a titanic battle of supernatural forces.


PG-13
Count Yorga, Vampire (©1970 MCA and American Int'l)
When his girlfriend Erica (Judith Lang) becomes ill, Paul (Michael Murphy) calls Dr. James Hayes (Roger Perry) for help. Dr. Hayes tells Paul and his friend Michael (Michael Macready) that Erica has been bitten by a vampire and he suspects the enigmatic Count Yorga (Robert Quarry). Now, Dr. Hayes and Michael must hurry to save Michael's girlfriend Donna (Donna Anders) from a similar fate.


NR
Creature of Destruction (©1967 Azalea Pictures)
Stage hypnotist Dr. John Basso (Les Tremayne) achieves fame and fortune by predicting the attacks of a mysterious monster on a seaside resort. Air force parapsychologist Capt. Ted Dell (Aron Kincaid) discovers that Basso is actually using his hypnotized assistant Doreena (Pat Delaney) to summon the creature. Now, Ted must free Doreena from Basso's control and stop the monster's rampage.


PG
Crimson Cult, The (©1968 Tigon British Film Productions)
When his brother (Denys Peek) disappears, Robert Manning (Mark Eden) travels to the small town of Greymarsh to meet J. D. Morley (Christopher Lee) and his beautiful niece Eve (Virgina Wetherell). Prof. Marshe (Boris Karloff) tells Robert about Lavinia Morley (Barbara Steele), a witch who was burned at the stake in 1652, and soon Robert must save himself and Eve from Lavinia's vengeance.


R
Curse of the Alpha Stone (©1985 Majestic Int'l Pictures)
Combining science with mysticism, Dr. Adams (Jim Scotlin) creates the Philosopher's Stone which contains the essence of life called the Alpha. With the stone, Adams hopes to 'cure' homosexuality, frigidity and allow unlimited sexual stamina. The stone also makes him irresistible to women. Unfortunately, Adams has released a force he can't control and his sexual exploits soon turn violent.


NR
Curse of the Aztec Mummy, The (a.k.a. La Maldición de la momia azteca) (©1957 Cinematografica Calderon, S.A)
The evil Dr. Krupp (Luis Aceves Castañeda) kidnaps and hypnotizes Flor (Rosa Arenas), the reincarnation of Aztec princess Xochitl, to learn the location of her tomb. Flor's lover Dr. Almada (Ramón Gay) and hero El Angel (Crox Alvarado) can't stop Krupp but the mummy Popoca can.


NR
Curse of the Demon (a.k.a. Night of the Demon) (©1957 Sabre Film)
While investigating a cult, John Holden (Dana Andrews) unknowingly accepts a parchment from Julian Karswell (Niall MacGinnis). Joanna Harrington (Peggy Cummins) tries to convince John that the parchment will cause his death in 3 days but John refuses to believe until strange things start happening. Now, John's only hope is to pass the parchment back to Karswell before the night of the demon.


NR
Curse of the Undead (©1959 Universal Pictures)
When young women start dying of a 'plague' that leaves them drained of their blood, Preacher Dan (Eric Fleming) suspects that gunfighter Drake Robey (Michael Pate) is somehow behind these mysterious deaths. He soon discovers that Robey is actually a vampire and sets out to destroy him before he can sink his fangs into beautiful rancher Dolores Carter (Kathleen Crowley).


NR
Daughter of Dr. Jekyll (©1957 Allied Artists Pictures)
Janet Smith (Gloria Talbott) returns home and is told by her guardian, Dr. Lomas (Arthur Shields), that she is actually the daughter of the infamous Dr. Jekyll. When local women start dying, Janet fears that she has the same monstrous affliction as her father. But her fiancé George (John Agar) discovers that Lomas is the real monster and he's been hypnotizing Janet to gain control of her father's inheritance.


R
Daughters of Darkness (director's cut ©1997 Magnum Pictures)
Stefan (John Karlen) and Valerie (Danielle Ouimet) are a young couple honeymooning at a seaside resort where they meet Countess Bathory (Delphine Seyrig) and her companion Ilona (Andrea Rau). At first, Valerie is disgusted by the Countess' fascination with death but when Stefan accidentally kills Ilona after sleeping with her, Valerie turns to the Countess for comfort and soon becomes enthralled.


NR
Demonsoul (©1995 Vista Street Entertainment)
Erica Steele (Kerry Norton) is haunted by dreams of ritual sacrifice and a beautiful red-haired woman (Eileen Daly). Using hypnosis, Dr. Bucher (Daniel Jordan) discovers that Erica is possessed by a dead vampire named Dana, who is trying to drive Erica mad so she can take over her body. Craving power, Bucher agrees to help Dana and her minion Selena drive Erica out of her mind and eventually her body.


TV
Devil and Miss Sarah, The (©1971 Universal)
Gil Turner (James Drury) is a simple homesteader whose wife Sarah (Janice Rule) has a gift for 'sensing' things. When a U.S. marshal is killed, Gil assumes the responsibility of transporting the marshal's dangerous prisoner, Rankin (Gene Barry). Unfortunately, Rankin has a gift of his own. He can control Sarah and he uses her against Gil in a deadly game of cat and mouse.


NR
Devil Doll (©1963 Galaworldfilm Productions Ltd.)
Mark English (William Sylvester) is a journalist investigating hypnotist/ventriloquist The Great Vorelli (Bryant Haliday) whose dummy Hugo seems capable of performing amazing feats. But while Mark is busy searching for Hugo's secret, his socialite girlfriend Marianne (Yvonne Romain) is enthralled by Vorelli, who's after her money and her soul and plans to make her into a real living doll.


NR
Disciple of Death (©1972)
Julia (Marguerite Hardiman) accidentally releases a stranger (Mike Raven) from the depths of hell with a drop of her blood. The stranger is cursed to supply his master Satan with the blood of virgins until he can find a maiden to spend eternity with him. Using Julia's blood to control her, the stranger plans to make her his eternal bride, unless her boyfriend Ralph (Stephen Bradley) can stop him and free Julia.


NR
Dracula (©1931 Universal Pictures Co.)
The vampire Dracula (Bela Lugosi) moves to London with the help of real estate agent Renfield (Dwight Frye) and, after killing her best friend Lucy (Frances Dade), he goes after Mina Seward (Helen Chandler) but Mina's father (Herbert Bunston) calls Prof. van Helsing (Edward van Sloan) and, with the aid of Mina's boyfriend Jonathan (David Manners), they set out to stop Dracula.


R
Dracula (©1979 Universal Picturess Ltd.)
Dracula (Frank Langella) moves to England and quickly befriends Lucy Seward (Kate Nelligan), her father (Donald Pleasance), her fiancé Jonathan (Trevor Eve) and her best friend Mina (Jan Francis). When Mina dies suddenly, Dr. Seward sends for her father, Prof. van Helsing (Laurence Olivier), who discovers that Dracula is a vampire that must be stopped before he makes Lucy his undead bride.


PG
Dracula A.D. 1972 (©1972 Hammer Film Productions)
Seeking thrills, Jessica van Helsing (Stephanie Beacham) reluctantly agrees to take part in a satanic ritual performed by her friend Johnny Alucard (Christopher Neame), little knowing that Johnny is a disciple of Count Dracula (Christopher Lee). Now, Jessica's friends are being drained of their blood and only her grandfather, Prof. Larimer van Helsing (Peter Cushing), can keep her from joing them.


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Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (©1968 Hammer Film)
After escaping from an icy tomb, Dracula (Christopher Lee) enlists the aid of a priest (Ewan Hooper) to take revenge on the Monsignor (Rupert Davies) who has exorcised him from his castle. He uses the Monsignor's beautiful niece Maria (Veronica Carlson) as the instrument of his revenge and when the Monsignor is killed, Maria's boyfriend Paul (Barry Andrews) must save Maria from Dracula's clutches.


NR
Dracula: Prince of Darkness (©1966 Hammer Films Prod.)
Despite an ominous warning, Charles (Francis Matthews), Diana (Suzan Farmer), Alan (Charles Tingwell) and Helen (Barbara Shelley) are drawn to the castle once owned by the late Count Dracula (Christopher Lee). Dracula's servant, Klove (Philip Latham), drains Alan's blood to ressurect his master, who makes Helen one of the undead. Now, Charles must save Diana from a similar fate.


NR
Dracula's Daughter (©1936 Universal Productions Inc.)
Dr. Jeffrey Garth (Otto Kruger) meets Countess Zaleska (Gloria Holden) and when people start dying, he discovers that the Countess is actually Dracula's daughter. The Countess hopes Dr. Garth can cure her vampiric obsession but when he refuses, she puts his assistant Janet (Margeurite Churchill) into a trance from which she will never awaken unless he joins the Countess in undeath.


R
Eaten Alive (©1980 Dania Film/National Cinematografica)
When Sheila Morris (Janey Agren) is told her sister Diana (Paola Senatore) has disappeared in the jungles of New Guinea, she hires Mark Butler (Robert Kerman) to help find her sister. They find Diana trapped in the jungle and surrounded by cannibals in a cult led by a madman named Jonas (Ivan Rassimov). Its up to Mark to find a way out before Sheila joins her sister as one of Jonas' thralls.


R
Eerie Midnight Horror Show (©1974 Tiberia Film Int'l)
Danila (Stella Carnacina) dreams that a statue of a crucified man comes to life and rapes her...but was it just a dream. When Danila begins acting strangely, her parents (Cristea Avram and Lucretia Love) are informed that Danila is possessed. Luckily, Father Xeno (Luigi Pistilli) is an exorcism priest that lives nearby but can he resist Danila's temptations and break Satan's hold on her.


R
Embrace of the Vampire (©1994 Moving Pictures I)
Only the soul of his lost love can save a vampire (Martin Kemp) from the eternal sleep and finally, after centuries of searching, he has found it in a young coed named Charlotte (Alyssa Milano). Unfortunately, Charlotte must offer herself to the vampire and so he sets out to drive Charlotte away from her boyfriend Chris (Harrison Pruett) and seduce her into spending the rest of eternity with him.


PG
Empire of the Ants (©1977 American International Pictures)
When Marilyn Fryer (Joan Collins) brings a group of potential buyers to her real estate development, she finds it overrun with giant ants. Led by boat captain Dan Stokely (Robert Lansing), a handful of survivors seemingly escape to a small town when, in reality, the ants have herded them to the town, where they soon discover that the queen ant has indoctrinated all the townsfolk into helping the ants.


NR
Eye of the Devil (a.k.a. 13) (©1967 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
When Philippe de Montfaucon (David Niven) abruptly returns to his family's vineyards, his wife Catherine (Deborah Kerr) follows him. There, she meets the ominous siblings Odile (Sharon Tate) and Christian de Caray (David Hemmings) and an assortment of strange townsfolk. Slowly, she learns that the entire town worships Satan and that Philippe is to be sacrificed to save the vineyard's failing crops.


R
Fright Night (©1985 Columbia Pictures Industries)
When Charley Brewster (William Ragsdale) discovers his new neighbor Jerry Dandridge (Chris Sarandon) is a vampire, no one will believe him, not even 'The Great Vampire Killer' Peter Vincent (Roddy McDowall). But when Dandridge captures Charley's girlfriend Amy (Amanda Bearse), Charley and Peter must team up to stop Dandridge before he can turn Amy into one of the undead.


R
Fright Night Part II (©1988 The Vista Organization)
Charley Brewster (William Ragsdale) has been cured of his belief in vampires until he meets Regine Dandridge (Julie Carmen). Charley quickly succumbs to Regine's mesmerizing beauty and now his girlfriend Alex (Traci Lin) and 'The Great Vampire Killer' Peter Vincent (Roddy McDowall) must free Charley from Regine's spell before she turns him into the thing he hates the most, one of the undead.


R
Frisson des vampires, Le (a.k.a. Shiver of the Vampires, The) (©1970 Les filmes modernes/Les filmes ABC)
Antoine (Jean-Marie Durand) and Isle (Sandra Julien) stop on their honeymoon to visit Isle's cousins (Jacques Robiolles and Michel Delahaye) only to find they've died. Unfortunately, they don't stay dead and Isle soon falls under the spell of her undead cousins and a sexy vampire name Isolde (Dominique).


PG
From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter (©2000 Miramax Film Corp.)
Fate brings author Ambrose Bierce (Michael Parks), missionaries John and Mary Newlie (Lennie Loftin and Rebecca Gayheart), bandit Johnny Madrid (Marco Leonardi), a hangman (Temuera Morrison) and his daughter Esmerelda (Ara Celi) to the inn of the beautiful vampire Quixtla (Sonia Braga).


NR
Gallery of Horrors (©1966 Borealis Ent./Dorad Corp.)
John Carradine introduces five horror stories including 'The Witches Clock' that brings Tristram Halbin (John Carradine) back from the dead, the 'Vampire King' being sought by Scotland Yard, a 'Monster Raid' by dead scientist Dr. Spalding (Ron Doyle), Dr. Mendell (Lon Chaney) using the 'Spark of Life' to re-animate a corpse and Dracula (Mitch Evans) encountering a werewolf (Roger Gentry).


R
Horror Rises from the Tomb (©1972 Profilmes)
A group of friends find the severed head of a warlock (Paul Naschy) and encounter the warlock's dying curse. The warlock takes control of Paula and her boyfriend Maurice (Vic Winner), using them to reunite his body and capture their friend Sylvia. He then sacrifices Sylvia to resurrect his lover (Helga Line), leaving only Hugo (Paul Naschy) and Elvira to stop the warlock's evil.


PG
House of Dark Shadows (©1970 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Vampire Barnabas Collins (Jonathan Frid) bites the beautiful Carolyn Stoddard (Nancy Barrett) but his heart belongs to Maggie Evans (Kathryn Leigh Scott). When a doctor (Grayson Hall) offers to cure Barnabas' vampirism, Barnabas dreams of a normal life with Maggie but the doctor betrays him and now, Maggie's boyfriend Jeff (Roger Davis) must stop Barnabas from making Maggie his eternal bride.


NR
House of Dracula (©1945 Universal Pictures)
Dracula (John Carradine) goes to Dr. Edelman (Onslow Stevens) to find a cure for his vampirism but he really wants Edelman's nurse, Miliza (Martha O'Driscoll). Lawrence Talbot (Lon Chaney Jr.) also asks Dr. Edelman to cure him of being a werewolf. Edelman destroys Dracula but is first infected by him. Now, Talbot must stop Edelman from resurrecting the Frankenstein monster (Glenn Strange).


R
Hunger, The (©1983 MGM-UA)
Miriam (Catherine Deneuve) is something more than human, something older. Miriam offers her lovers 'forever and ever', not telling them they'll eventually wither but not die, spending eternity trapped in decaying bodies. When Miriam's current lover John (David Bowie) begins to age rapidly, Miriam sets her sights on his replacement, a beautiful researcher named Sarah Roberts (Susan Sarandon).


NR
Hypnotic Eye, The (©1960 Allied Artists Pictures)
When her friend Dodie Wilson (Merry Anders) 'accidentally' washes her face with sulphuric acid, Marcia Blaine (Marcia Henderson) is convinced stage hypnotist Desmond (Jacques Bergerac) and his assistant Justine (Allison Hayes) are involved. But when Marcia falls under Desmond's spell, it's up to Detective Dave Kennedy (Joe Partridge) to ensure she's not the latest victim of self-mutilation.


R
I Was a Teenage Werewolf (©1957 Sunset Productions Inc.)   New
Tony Rivers (Michael Landon) is a troubled teen with an uncontrollable temper. Taking the advice of friends and relatives, he goes to see Dr. Brandon (Whit Bissell) for help. Unfortunately, the doctor is more interested in using Tony for his experiments than helping him. Using drugs and hypnosis, Dr. Brandon regresses Tony into his 'primal past' and transforms him into a savage wolf-like creature.


R
I'm Dangerous Tonight (©1990)
Prof. Jonas Wilson (William Berger) finds a cloak in an Aztec sacrificial altar and immediately goes on a killing spree. Sexually repressed Amy (Mädchen Amick) finds the cloak in an old trunk and turns it into a beautiful red dress, not knowing the cloak's evil power. When Amy puts the dress on, she simply loses her inhibitions but when her cousin Gloria (Daisy Hall) steals the dress, things turn deadly again.


R
Jack Be Nimble (©1992 Essential Productions)
Abandoned by their parents, Jack (Alexis Arquette) is adopted by a sadistic family, while Dora (Sarah Smuts-Kennedy) is adopted by a nice couple. Years later, Dora develops mysterious supernatural powers and uses them to find Jack. As Jack and Dora search for their birth parents, Dora is haunted by the ghosts of Jack's hard childhood, including his stepparents, who he hypnotized to commit suicide.


R
Killer Eye, The (©1998 Tanna Productions)
When a young scientist named Grady (Jonathan Norman) tries to open a visual pathway to the eighth dimension in his attic, he gets more than he bargained for. What he gets his a giant tentacled eyeball that mesmerizes his beautiful wife Rita (Jacqueline Lovell) and his friends Morton (Costas Koromilas) and Jane (Nanette Bianchi), trying to gather energy by mating.


NR
King of the Zombies (©1941 Monogram Pictures Corporation)
James 'Mac' McCarthy (Dick Purcell), Bill Summers (John Archer) and Jefferson Jackson (Mantan Moreland) crash on the Carribbean island of Dr. Miklos Sangre (Henry Victor), who is trying to use hypnosis and Voodoo to transfer the mind of an admiral (Guy Usher) into his wife (Patricia Stacey) to gain information for the Nazis. But when his wife dies, he turns to his niece Barbara (Joan Woodbury).


NR
Kiss of the Vampire (©1962 Universal Pictures)
When Gerald and Marianne Harcourt's (Edward de Souza and Jennifer Daniel) car breaks down, they accept the hospitality of the gracious Dr. Ravna (Noel Willman) and his family. But when Marianne disappears, everyone denies ever meeting her and claim Gerald was travelling alone. Only Professor Zimmer (Clifford Evans) is willing to help Gerald save Marianne from the Ravna's vampiric cult.


R
Lair of the White Worm, The (©1988 Vestron Pictures)
When Angus Flint (Peter Capaldi) unearths a strange skull on the property of Mary and Eve Trent (Sammi Davis and Catherine Oxenberg), he draws the attention of Lady Sylvia Marsh (Amanda Donohue). Lady Marsh kidnaps Eve and plans to sacrifice her to a giant worm that lives in the nearby caves unless Angus and Lord James D'Ampton (Hugh Grant) can stop her and kill the snake.


R
Leprechaun 3 (©1995 Trimark Pictures Inc.)
When Scott (John Gatins) gives Tammy (Lee Armstrong) a ride to Las Vegas, he discovers a coin that grants wishes. As the coin is passed from one person to another, it is used to wish for luck, beauty, sex and power. The problem is that the leprechaun who owns the coin (Warwick Davis) wants it back and he'll kill anybody to get it.


R
Leprechaun in the Hood (©2000 Trimark Pictures Inc.)
Rappers Postmaster P (A.T.Montgomery), Stray Bullet (Rashaan Nall) and Butch (RedGrant) steal a gold flute from gangster Mack Daddy (Ice-T). The magic flute can give them fame and fortune but while stealing the flute, they accidentally released its original owner, the leprechaun (Warwick Davis). Now, with the aid of a trio of hypnotized beauties, the leprechaun is out to get his property back.


R
Lust for a Vampire (©1970 EMI Film Prod.)
Soon after the beautiful Mircalla (Yutte Stensgaard) is resurrected by Count Karnstein (Mike Raven), the Countess (Barbara Jefford) enroles her in a finishing school. When her roommate vanishes and the headmaster is found dead, Richard Lestrange (Michael Johnson) discovers that Mircalla is a vampire but he and Mircalla are in love and so he keeps her secret and tries to protect her from harm.


R
Mausoleum (©1983 Western International Pictures Inc.)
Fleeing her mother's funeral, young Susan Walker (Julie Christy Murray) unknowingly frees a demon from a mausoleum. Years later, Susan Walker Farrell (Bobbie Bresee) is drawn to the mausoleum and becomes possessed. When a psychiatrist (Norman Burton) tries to determine why Susan is acting strangely, he hypnotizes her and comes face-to-face with the evil possessing Susan's soul.


PG
Mind Killer (©1987 Flash Features Corp.)
Warren (Joe McDonald) is a flop with women until the day he finds a manuscript that allows him to unlock the full potential of his mind. Soon, Warren gains amazing new powers but when he becomes obsessed with his new supervisor, Sandy (Shirley Ross), Warren's brain starts to mutate until it gains a mind of it's own and only Warren's best friend Larry (Christopher Wade) can stop it.


R
Mirror of Death (©1987 Marketing Media Corporation)
Plain and timid Sara (Julie Merrill) casts a spell and is transformed into a sexy, outgoing woman with one small problem. Possessed by the evil Egyptian Empress Sura, Sara kills her abusive ex-boyfriend Bobby (John Reno) but the killing doesn't stop there. Now, Sara's sister April (Kuri Browne) and her boyfriend Richard (J.K.Dumont) must free Sara and stop Sura before they become Sura's next victims.


NR
Mummy, The (©1932 Universal Pictures Corp.)
In 1921, archeologist Joseph Whemple (Arthur Byron) accidentally reawakens an ancient Egyptian priest named Im-Ho-Tep (Boris Karloff). Eleven years later, Joseph's son Frank (David Manners) must stop Im-Ho-Tep from reawakening his beloved princess (Zita Johann) by controlling and sacrificing a young woman named Helen Grosvenor, whose body the princess's soul now inhabits.


NR
Nothing But the Night (©1972 Rank Film Dist. Ltd.)
When trustees of the Van Traylen fellowship begin to die, Colonel Charles Bingham (Christopher Lee) enlists the aid of pathologist Sir Mark Ashley (Peter Cushing). Meanwhile, Dr. Haynes (Keith Barron) tries to help young Mary Valley (Gwyneth Strong), who was traumatized by an attempt on a trustee's life. But there's something different about Mary and it may cost all of them their lives to find out what.


R
Pale Blood (©1990 J. T. Media Incorporated)
Vampire Michael Fury (George Chakiris) arrives in Los Angeles looking for the 'vampire killer' with the help of a private detective named Lori (Pamela Ludwig). Along the way, he meets Jenny (Diana Frank), who falls in love with him. Unfortunately, the killer is a video artist named Van Vandameer (Wings Hauser), who uses Jenny to capture Michael. Now, only Lori can save Michael and stop Van.


NR
Plague of the Zombies, The (©1966 Hammer Films Productions)
When a small Cornish town is plagued by a rash of deaths, Dr. Peter Tompson (Brook Williams) calls Sir James Forbes (André Morell) for help. Sir James is too late to save Peter's wife Alice (Jacqueline Pearce) but will he be able to save his daughter Sylvia (Diane Clare) from Squire Clive Hamilton (John Carson) who is using Voodoo to kill the townsfolk and turn them into zombies to work in his tin mine?


R
Possessed by the Night (©1993 Possessed by the Night Prod. Inc.)
Howard Hanson (Ted Prior) is a successful writer being pressured by his agent, Murray (Frank Sivero), to write a horror novel. When he purchases a strange creature in a jar from a curio shop, he and his wife (Sandahl Bergman) start acting strangely. Then, when Murray hires Carol (Shannon Tweed) to be Howard’s secretary, she turns from a sweet young woman into a psychotic killer.


R
Requiem for a Vampire (©1971 Les filmes ABC)
Fleeing the police, Marie (Marie-Pierre Castel) and Michele (Mireille D'Argent) take refuge in a castle occupied by 'the last vampire' (Phillipe Gaste) and his strange servants. The vampire plans to use the two young virgins to perpetuate his kind but while Michele embraces her 'blessed malediction', Marie fights the vampires evil influence and pays the price for her resistance.


R
Return of Count Yorga, The (©1971 Peppertree Productions)
When Count Yorga (Robert Quarry) and his bevy of undead 'brides' move in next to an orphanage, the Count falls for the lovely Cynthia Nelson (Mariette Hartley). To show his love, Yorga slaughters Cynthia's family and kidnaps her, hypnotizing her to forget who he is and what he did. Now, it's up to Dr. David Baldwin (Roger Perry) to uncover the truth and rescue Cynthia from Yorga's evil clutches.


NR
Return of Dracula, The (©1958 Gramercy Pictures)
Dracula (Francis Lederer) moves to the United States and insinuates himself into the lives of the Mayberrys by posing as their cousin from Europe. After killing her friend Jenny (Virginia Vincent), Dracula sets his sights on the lovely Rachel Mayberry (Norma Eberhardt). Only Rachel's boyfriend Tim (Ray Stricklyn) can save Rachel from becoming one of the undead.


NR
Return of the Vampire, The (©1943 Columbia Pictures)
In 1918, Lady Jane Ainsley (Frieda Inescort) and Dr. Walter Saunders (Gilbert Emery) drive a spike through the heart of the vampire Armand Tesla (Bela Lugosi) and bury his body. 23 years later, German bombs free Tesla and, with the help of his werewolf servant (Matt Willis), he sets out to take revenge on Ainsley and Saunders through their children, John (Roland Varno) and Niki (Nina Foch).


R
Rites of Dracula (©1974 Hammer Films Productions)
When an agent is killed infiltrating a satanic cult, Inspector Murray (Michael Coles) calls in occult expert Prof. Larimer van Helsing (Peter Cushing) and his granddaughter Jessica (Joanna Lumley). They discover that five powerful men plan to unleash a deadly virus on the world and set out to stop them. Unfortunately, one of the men isn't really a man; it's the evil vampire Count Dracula (Christopher Lee).


R
Satan's Cheerleaders (©1977 World Amusements)
When cheerleaders Chris (Hillary Horan), Sharon (Sherry Marks), Debbie (Alisa Powell), Patti (Kerry Sherman) and their coach Ms. Johnson (Jacqueline Cole) are run off the road, they fall into the hands of satanists lead by an evil sheriff (John Ireland) and his wife (Yvonne de Carlo). Unfortunately for the satanic worshippers, one of the cheerleaders has 'the power' and, in the end, the tables are turned.


R
Scanners III: The Takeover (©1991 Filmtech Productions, Inc.)
Desperate to relieve the migraines that plague scanners, Helena Monet (Liliana Komorowska) takes an experimental drug developed by her father (Colin Fox). Unfortunately, the drug also turns Helena into an evil megalomaniac. Only her adoptive brother Alex (Steve Parrish) and her best friend Joyce (Valerie Valois) have any hope of stopping Helena's plans to rule the world.


NR
She-Creature, The (©1956 Golden State Prod.)
Carnival hypnotist Dr. Carlo Lombardi (Chester Morris) can seemingly predict when and where the monster that's plaguing a seaside community will attack next. Psychic researcher Dr. Ted Erickson (Lance Fuller) believes it's all a trick until he discovers that Lombardi is actually transferring the soul of his hypnotized assistant Andrea (Marla English) into the pre-historic creature she was in a past life.


NR
Taste of Blood, A (©1967 Creative Film Enterprises)
John Stone (Bill Rogers) receives two bottles of brandy with his inheritance. As he drinks the brandy, John is transformed into a vampire and sets out to avenge the destruction of his ancestor, Count Dracula. Now, only his friend Hank (William Kerwin), with the help of Dr. Howard Helsing (Otto Schlessinger), can prevent John from making his wife Helene (Elizabeth Wilkinson) into a vampire too.


PG
Taste the Blood of Dracula (©1970 Hammer Films)
Three bored gentlemen (Geoffrey Keen, Peter Sallis and John Carson) join with a servant of Dracula (Ralph Bates) to resurrect the dead vampire (Christopher Lee). The gentlemen panic and kill the servant but the resurrection is complete. Dracula vows revenge on the men for killing his servant and uses their children, Alice (Linda Hayden), Lucy (Isla Blair) and Jeremy (Martin Jarvis) as his tools.


NR
Theatre of Death (©1966 London Independent Producers)
Charles Marquis' (Julian Glover) prime suspect in a series of murders is Philippe Darvis (Christopher Lee), the director of the 'Theatre of Death' where his girlfriend Dani (Lelia Goldoni) performs. Dani fears for the life of her roommate Nicole (Janny Till), who Darvis has hypnotized to help her acting, but when Darvis ends up dead too, Dani finds that hypnosis has unlocked more than Nicole's acting ability.


NR
There's Nothing out There (©1990)
Mike (Craig Peck) is a fan of horror movies and, when he and his friends head to a remote cabin for spring break, he recognizes all the signs of impending doom. Everyone else thinks Mike is crazy until a monster starts devouring them one by one. Even worse, the monster can control minds and soon the friends are turning on each other. Can Mike use his vast horror know-how to stop this evil creature?


NR
Thing That Couldn't Die, The (©1958 Universal Pictures)
While looking for water, Jessica (Carolyn Kearney) finds an old copper chest on her aunt's farm. The chest contains the severed head of devil worshipper Gideon Drew (Robin Hughes). Using his 'evil eye', Gideon takes control of Jessica's friend Linda (Andra Martin) and eventually Jessica herself, using her to reunite his head with his body and breaking the curse placed on him 400 years ago.


PG
Tomb of Ligeia, The (©1964 Orion Pictures)
Verden Fell's (Vincent Price) dead wife Ligeia (Elizabeth Shepherd) vows to overcome death and when Verden marries the Lady Rowena Trevanion (Elizabeth Shepherd), strange things start to occur. Is Ligeia reaching out from beyond the grave or is everything that's happening a product of Verden's warped mind? Rowena's friend Christopher (John Westbrook) must find out and save her.


R
Twins of Evil (©1971 Hammer Films Production)
When twin sisters Maria and Frieda (Mary and Madeleine Collinson) are sent to live with their uncle Gustav (Peter Cushing), Frieda is bitten by Count Karnstein (Damien Thomas) and becomes a vampire. Gustav sentences Frieda to be burned alive but Karnstein switches the two sisters. Now, Anton (David Warbeck) must keep Gustav from killing the wrong girl and stop Karnstein's evil.


TV
Vampire (©1979 Company Four/MTM Enterprises)
Vampire Anton Voytek (Richard Lynch) hires John Rawlins (Jason Miller) to retrieve a buried cache of art but, when the art is lost, Anton kills John's wife Leslie (Kathryn Harrold). With the help of retired detective Harry Kilcoyne (E.G. Marshall), John sets out to destroy Voytek but Voytek uses Harry's lovely neighbor Andrea (Barrie Youngfellow) as a pawn to stop the two would-be vampire slayers.


NR
Vampire and the Ballerina, The (©1959 Consorzio Italiano)
Louisa (Hélène Rémy), Francesca (Tina Gloriani) and Luca (Walter Brandi) meet Countess Ogda (María Luisa Rolando) and her servant Herman (Isarco Ravaioli) in an old castle. While there, Louisa is bitten by a vampire and, when Francesca becomes suspicious of Louisa's change in behavior, Louisa is ordered to lead Francesa into a trap. Now, Luca must save Francesca from sharing Louisa's fate.


R
Vampire at Midnight (©1987 Vampire Limited Partners)
The police have no clues to who is draining people of their blood until beautiful pianist Jenny Carlon (Lesley Milne) meets hypnotherapist Victor Radkoff (Gustav Vintas) at a party. When Jenny begins acting strangely, her neighbor Det. Roger Sutter (Jason Williams) investigates and discovers that Radkoff is the 'Vampire Killer'. Now he must free Jenny from Radkoff's evil spell and stop the killings.


NR
Vampire Ecstasy (©1973 Monarex)
When Dr. Julia Malenka (Anke Syring) and her brother Peter (Rico Wolf) are stranded at a castle, they discover a plot by the evil Wanda (Nadia Henkowa) to resurrect vampire Baroness Danielle Varga using her descendants, Monica (Ulrike Butz) and Helga (Marie Forså). Soon, Julia is the only one not under Wanda's evil spell but Wanda knows Julia's dark secret and plans to use it against her.


R
Vampire Lovers, The (©1970 American International Prod.)
When Roger Morton (George Cole) accepts the beautiful Carmilla (Ingrid Pitt) into his home, he is unaware she's a vampire until his daughter Emma (Madeline Smith) grows weak and sickly. Now, he must enlist the aid of General von Spielsdorf (Peter Cushing), whose daughter Laura (Pippa Steel) was killed by Carmilla, and Baron von Hartog (Douglas Wilmer) to save Emma from sharing Laura's fate.


NR
Vampire's Ghost, The (©1945 Republic Pictures)
When people start dying in an African village, the natives believe it is the work of a vampire. Seeking a more rational explanation, Roy Kendrick (Charles Gordon) enlists the aid of a local bar owner named Webb Fallon (John Abbott). Unfortunately, Roy learns that the natives were right and Fallon is the vampire. Now, Roy must save his girlfriend Julie (Peggy Stewart) from Fallon's evil clutches.


NR
Vampyros Lesbos (©1970 CCC Telecine)
Linda Westinghouse (Ewa Strömberg) is haunted by dreams of a mysterious woman. Sent to handle the inheritance for the Countess Carody (Soledad Miranda), she discovers that the Countess is the woman in her dreams. She is seduced by the Countess but receives a shock that leaves her with amnesia. The Countess isn't about to give up though and Linda slowly falls under the Countess' spell.


NR
Village of the Damned (©1960 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc.)
The entire village of Midwich is rendered unconscious for several hours and, months later, every woman capable of child-bearing gives birth to a child with blond hair and strange eyes. Wanting to study their psychic powers, Prof. Gordon Zellaby (George Sanders) tries to protect the children. But when townsfolk begin to die, Prof . Zellaby realizes the children must be stopped at any cost.


R
Village of the Damned (©1995 Universal City Studios Inc.)
When the town of Midwich is rendered unconscious for several hours, Dr. Susan Verner (Kirstie Alley) is called in to investigate. A few months later, nine children are born in Midwich with blond hair and strange eyes. With the help of local doctor Alan Chaffee (Christopher Reeve), Dr. Verner tries to unravel the mysteries of the children's origin and the psychic powers they possess.


NR
Voodoo Man (©1944 Monogram Pictures)
When his fiancée's cousin Stella (Louise Currie) disappears right from under his nose, Ralph Dawson (Tod Andrews) discovers that the mad Dr. Marlowe (Bela Lugosi) has been kidnapping young women and using voodoo to try and resurrect his dead wife (Ellen Hall). Now, Ralph must stop the doctor before his fiancée Betty (Wanda McKay) becomes another one of the doctor's 'zombies'.


NR
Voodoo Woman (©1956 Carmel Productions)
Deep in the jungles of Africa, the mad Dr. Gerard (Tom Conway) has used magic and science to turn a young native girl (Jean Davis) into an indestructable monster. Meanwhile, the greedy Marilyn (Marla English) and her boyfriend Rick (Lance Fuller) plot to steal the native's gold. When these two forces meet, it's a battle of evils, with American Ted Bronson (Mike Connors) caught in the middle.


R
Werewolf Shadow (©1971 Plata Films)
Elvira (Gaby Fuchs) and Genevieve (Barbara Capell) search for the tomb of vampire/witch Countess Nadasdy (Patty Shepard). When they meet Waldemar Daninsky (Paul Naschy), the trio accidentally resurrect the Countess. Genevieve quickly joins the Countess as one of the undead but it turns out that Waldemar is a werewolf and a battle of supernatural forces ensues with Elvira caught in the middle.


NR
White Zombie (©1932 United Artists)
Haitian plantation owner Charles Beaumont (Robert Frazer) falls for young newlywed Madeleine Parker (Madge Bellamy) and helps the devious Murder Legendre (Bela Lugosi) fake Madeleine's death and turn her into a mindless zombie. But a local doctor (Joseph Cawthorn) convinces her husband Neil (John Harron) that Madeleine is still alive and the two set out to rescue her.


R
Witchcraft V: Dance with the Devil
(©1993 Academy Entertainment Inc.)
An ancient evil named Cain (David Huffman) returns to collect souls for Satan and controls a young warlock named William (Marklen Kennedy) to aid him. But when Cain threatens William's girlfriend Keli (Carolyn Taye-Loren), William breaks the spell and battles Cain for Keli's life.


R
Wizard of Gore, The (©1970 Mayflower Pictures)
Stage magician Montag the Magnificent (Ray Sager) brutally maims hypnotized women, before returning them to their seats, apparently unharmed. However, when the women later die of their stage injuries, Montag is the prime suspect. Sherry Carson (Judy Cler) invites Montag to her talk show to trap him but she falls under Montag's spell and only her boyfriend Jack (Wayne Ratay) can save her.


NR
World of the Vampires, The (©1960 Cinematográfica ABSA)
Count Subotai (Guillermo Murray) plans to let vampires rule the world but first he must avenge his death by killing the last man in the Coleman line (José Baviera) and turning his nieces, Leonore (Silvia Fournier) and Martha (Erna Martha Bauman), into high priestesses of his dark god Kador. Only Rudolph Summers (Mauricio Garcés) knows Subotai's secret and has the power to stop him.

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