DRACONIS BLACKTHORNE (dblackthorne) wrote,

Midnight Horror Theater

Midnight Horror Theater
32 movies. Starring Bela Lugosi, Vincent Price, Christopher Lee, Paul Naschy, John Carradine, Barbara Steele, Max Schreck, Peter Cushing, Cameron Mitchell, & others.

Devils! Vampires! Werewolves! Cults! Zombies! Mad Scientists! Killers! ...even Aliens!

As much as a misanthrope despises excursions amongst the untermensch, so there are certain necessities that need to be addressed. So among one of these outings, sometimes something catches the evil eye that may be worth the possession. This collection is one such veritable 'devil send', as it were, containing all of these wonderful films that perhaps may have been missed to grace one's entertainment fare, as well as a couple of stead favorites.

There must have been some diabolical inspiration involved here. Wrapped up in a splendid print {note the Nightmare Before Xmas script} featuring Bela Lugosi, Christopher Lee, & Vincent Price, here we have The Undead: Vampire Collection coupled with the Gorehouse Greats collection. The previous being a vampire's delight, the latter being a veritable Satan fest of horror treats.

The Undead: Vampire Collection
Sanguinariously filled with these {favorites and previously possessed features marked with an asterisk}:

Atom Age Vampire, The Bat*, Blood of Dracula's Castle, The Bloody Vampire, Count Dracula & His Vampire Bride, The Devil Bat*, Horrible Sexy Vampire, Horror Express*, Ironbound Vampire, The Last Man On Earth*, Nightmare Castle, "Nosferatru" [sic] {Nosferatu*}, Prime Evil*, Terror Creatures From The Grave, The Vampire Bat, Vampire Happening, Vampire's Night Orgy, The Werewolf Verses Vampire Women {The Werewolf Vs. The Vampire Woman*}, & The Witches Mountain.

Gorehouse Greats
Contains these devilish delights:

Blood Of Dracula's Castle, Blood Mania, Brain Twisters, The Devil's Hand*, The Madmen Of Mandoras, Nightmare In Wax, Prime Evil*, Satan's Slave*, Stanley, Terrified, Terror, & Trip With The Teacher.

Besides the obvious titles & descriptions on the jackets, "The Undead: Vampire Collection" is fully decorated with a list of the films on the five DVD’s themselves, while "Gorehouse Greats" are three two-sided discs which should be accompanied with labels, which can be personally added, either printed or hand-written, while both collections’ discs are elegantly preserved in black sleeves. There are only a couple of duplicates, but all the better to preserve these for posterity. One or two amusing misspellings, but that's neither here nor there. Also great for 'viewing parties' as a veritable 'marathon' to accompany 'other activities', if so inclined...

These, of course, will be reviewed in due time. In the meantime, it is a decided pleasure to immerse oneself in these worlds of horror. ∞

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