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Horror



The House Of Exorcism

(1976)
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aka: La Casa Dell'esorcismo
Lisa (Elke Sommer) is a tourist in an ancient city. When she gets lost, she finds an old mansion in which to shelter. Soon she is sucked into a vortex of deception, debauchery and evil presided over by housekeeper Leandro (Telly Savalas).

Originally Lisa And The Devil, this film was re-edited and re-released adding the horror of diabolical possession following the phenomenal success of The Exorcist.

Telly Savalas died on January 22, 1994, at the age of 72, just one day after his birthday, of complications of cancer of the bladder and prostate at the Sheraton-Universal Hotel in Universal City, CA.





The Hungry Snake Woman

(1986)
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aka: Petualangan Cinta Nyi Blorong
Indonesian tale of a beautiful half-woman, half-snake witch (Suzzanna) who is deceived by a thief. The thief is given a magical pin to subdue the snake woman by an evil snake/human creature who wants to get revenge on the snake woman. Later, a man frees the snake woman and she comes back for revenge, then falls in love with the human man. Also stars Advent Bangun and George Rudy.

NOTE: This film is the sequel to Nyi Blorong aka: The Snake Queen (1982), also available here at SSV.

Actress Suzanna (aka: Suzanna Martha Frederika van Osch) was known as the horror queen of Indonesian cinema. On October 15th, 2008, she died from complications due to diabetes, in a hospital in Magelang, Central Java. She was 66.





I Vampiri

(1956)
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aka's: aka's: The Devil's Commandment/Lust Of The Vampire/The Vampires/Evil's Commandment
A rediscovered classic! Italian horror godfather Mario Bava almost single-handedly ushered in a whole new genre with this moody mix of murder mystery and kinky horror. The prolific cinematographer made his (uncredited) directorial debut when Riccardo Freda stormed off the set with the picture only half finished, leaving Bava to rewrite the script and complete the picture in two days. It became the first Italian horror film since the silent era and a classic of the genre. In this modern take, the bodies of beautiful young women drained of blood leave the police baffled, while an ambitious journalist (Dario Michaelis) traces a chain of clues back to the familial castle of the aging Duchess Du Grand and her beautiful niece (the elegant and sultry Gianna Maria Canale). Also with Al Lewis (aka: Grandpa in The Munsters) in an uncredited role.

Italian language version of The Devil's Commandment (also available here at SSV).





Inseminoid

(1982)
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aka's: Horror Planet/Horrorplanet
While investigating the underground caverns of an unfamiliar planet, British space explorer Sandy (Judy Geeson) is attacked and impregnated by a hideous monster. She quickly turns on the other members of her scientific team and their routine mission turns into a bloody battle for survival. Also with Robin Clark, Jennifer Ashley and Stephanie Beacham.





Invaders Of The Lost Gold

(1982)
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aka's: Horror Safari/Safari Senza Ritorno
This low-budget, Italian adventure outing stars Stuart Whitman, Edmund Purdom, Laura "Emmanuelle" Gemser and Harold "Oddjob" Sakata, in one of his final film roles. Whitman is a mercenary who must tangle with cannibals, Japanese soldiers and much more.





The Killing Of Satan

(1983)
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aka: Lumaban Ka, Satanas
A Filipino-made horror-fantasy movie about a man who is chosen by his dead uncle to battle the forces of evil. He fights a being called "The Prince of Magic," who shoots rays from his hands, makes heads spin around and hypnotizes people. He finally faces Satan himself and engages him in a battle of magic. Stars Ramon Revilla, Elizabeth Oropesa, George Estregan and Charlie Davao as Satan.





La Herencia De La LLorona

(1947)
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aka: The Heritage Of The Crying Woman
Rare, early horror classic features a detective who is investigating the ghostly appearances of La LLorona, a spirit that is haunting a family which has faced a tragedy. This was the second film dealing with the legend of the Crying Woman. With Paquita de Ronda, Juan Jose Martinez Casado, Tito Novaro and Agustin Isunza. (In Spanish language).





Legacy Of Dracula

(1970)
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aka's: Yrei Yashiki No Kyfu: Chi Wo S Ningy/Chi O Suu Ningy/Fear Of The Ghost House: Bloodsucking Doll/The Vampire Doll/The Night Of The Vampire/
幽霊屋敷の恐怖 血を吸う人形

After being told of the recent demise of his girlfriend Yuko Nonomura (Yukiko Kobayshi), Kazuhiko Sagawa (Atsuo Nakamura) visits her grave. He is shocked by what he finds there. On his subsequent disappearance, his sister Keiko (Kayo Matsuo) and her boyfriend Hiroshi (Akira Nakao) follow his tracks to Yuko's creepy ancestral home. Here they are given an icy welcome by Yuko's mother (Yoko Minakaze). Despite coming up against supernatural horrors, Keiko refuses to give up on her brother. It is ultimately her visit to the nearby town that reveals the gruesome details of the Nonomura family's history. With it comes the dawning realization to Keiko that her life, maybe even her soul, is in mortal danger from the deadly secret of the Vampire Doll. (In Japanese language, with English subtitles).





Leyendas Macabras De La Colonia

(1974)
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aka: Macabre Legends Of The Colony
Mummies, zombies and masked wrestlers enliven this odd period horror film. Stars Mil Mascaras, Lorena Velazquez, Tinieblas and Fantasma Blanco. (In Spanish language).





Little Shop Of Horrors

(1960)
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Classic black comedy about young man in a flower store who develops a bloodthirsty plant and is forced to kill in order to feed it. Directed by Roger Corman, the film was the basis for the later hit stage musical. A very young Jack Nicholson appears in a small role.


The Loch Ness Horror

(1981)
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aka: Nessie
An increasing number of people are dying mysterious deaths in the dark waters of Loch Ness, victims of the famous monster. But what other mysteries does the Loch hold? Stars Sandy Kenyon, Miki McKenzie and Barry Buchanan (son of director Larry Buchanan).

NOTE: This is one of the last films produced by director Larry Buchanan. He was completing the editing of his last film at his home in Phoenix, Arizona when he died on December 2nd, 2004, two months shy of his 82nd birthday. He considered The Copper Scroll Of Mary Magdalene, a story based on a Gnostic interpretation of Christ, to be his finest film. The man who had turned down the chance to become a minister, had been working on the film since 1972. Returning to his roots, the film had became the goal of his career and was an expression of his artistic, as well as religious, passion. Buchanan was survived by wife, Jane, of 52 years and by his sons Randy, Barry, Jeff, and by his daughter Dee.

Factual errors: There are no islands on Loch Ness.

The downed Nazi plane and bodies can be clearly seen in the water. However, Loch Ness is filled with thick particulate peat and underwater visibility is about five feet.

Trivia: The Scottish castle scene was filmed at Vikingsholm, a private residence at Lake Tahoe. It was built as a summer home by Mrs. Lora Josephine Knight in 1929.

The island shown at the beginning of the film is called Fannette Island.

The film was actually shot in Lake Tahoe, California, not Scotland as depicted in the film.





Locura De Terror

(1960)
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aka: Terror Madness
This bizarre Mexican horror/comedy has silly humor, enjoyable special effects and surreal horror. Interesting and entertaining. With German Valdez, Loco Valdes and Sonia Furio. (In Spanish language).






The Magic Curse

(1977)
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aka: Cui Hua Du Jiang Tou
A strange combination of horror, adventures in the jungle, Kung Fu action, blue-skinned cannibal lepers, snake worshippers, floating skulls and best of all, female vampires and horned amazon chicks. Stars Jason Pai Piao and Pinky de Leon. Made in the Philippines.





The Man With Two Heads

(1972)
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aka's: The Man With 2 Heads/The Man With Two Faces/Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Blood
Dr. William Jekyll (Denis de Marne) is a brilliant scientist whose revolutionary theories on the nature of human evil have earned him derision from the more conservative corners of his profession. The devoted doctor has developed a serum that isolates and identifies the part of the brain that produces violent behavior and is working on another chemical that will block all antisocial desires, effectively curing evil once and for all. Unfortunately, the crusading doctor is transformed into Mr. Blood, a sadistic, lustful creature with grey-green skin and ferocious eyebrows. Eventually, the doctor's evil alter ego begins surfacing uncontrollably and at random, threatening the safety and sanity of his loved ones, as well as Jekyll himself. Also stars Julia Stratton, Gay Feld and Jaqueline Lawrence. Also with Gerald Jacuzzo and Berwick Kaler. Directed by Andy Milligan.

This film was originally titled Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Blood, but producer William Mishkin changed the title to The Man With Two Heads, in order to capitalize on the success of the then current horror films The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant (1971) and The Thing with Two Heads (1972).

Director Andy Milligan died from AIDS on June 3rd, 1991, in Los Angeles, California. He was 62.





The Manster

(1962)
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aka's: St no satsujinki/Doktor Satan/Nightmare/The Split/The Two-Headed Monster/双頭の殺人鬼
While working in Japan, an American reporter (Peter Dyneley) is sent to interview an eccentric Japanese scientist (Tetsu Nakamura) who is working on bizarre experiments in his mountain laboratory. When the doctor realizes that the hapless correspondent is the perfect subject for his next experiment, he drugs the unfortunate reporter and injects him with a serum that gradually transforms him into a hideous, two-headed monster. Gives new meaning to that old romantic song, Put Your Head On My Shoulder. Also stars Jane Hylton (Peter Dyneley's actual spouse) and Terri Zimmern.


This film was a co-production between the U.S. and Japan and is notable for its creative use of special effects and makeup.


This film was originally released in Japan in July of 1959 and later released in the U.S. on March 28th, 1962.


British actor Peter Dyneley spent his early years in Canada, but was educated at Radley College. He had dual nationality, Canadian and British, and also served with the Royal Canadian Navy in WW II. With his Canadian background, he often performed with an American accent, typically in both Thunderbirds (1965-66) and the cult horror film The Manster (1962). Peter died on August 19th, 1977, after a long battle with cancer. He was 56. His wife, actress Jane Hylton, died from a heart attack only a couple of years later, joining him on February 28th, 1979. She was 51.


The picture quality for this film is far superior to all the other versions currently available elsewhere.








Mill Of The Stone Women

(1960)
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aka's: Il Mulino Delle Donne Di Pietra/Le Moulin Des Supplices/Horror Of The Stone Women/The Horrible Mill Women
Hans (Pierre Brice) arrives in a town near Amsterdam to write a story on the reclusive sculptor, Professor Val (Herbert A.E. Bhme), who lives on an island in the old mill house the locals call the Mill of the Stone Women. Hans meets the professor's beautiful and seductive daughter (Scilla Gabel) and begins feeling passion for her despite his true love for Lisa Lotta (Dany Carrel). Slowly he becomes aware of the nefarious experiments being conducted by Val and his furtive assistant Dr. Boles (Wolfgang Preiss), and local women continue to disappear. (Uncut).





The Milpitas Monster

(1975)
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A horror movie about a monster that has been created from a garbage dump in Milpitas, a town near San Francisco. The monster attacks a party at the local high school. But before he can seriously threaten the town however, he comes into fatal contact with the town's TV transformer tower. Stars Paul Frees, Doug Hagdahl and "Crazy George" Henderson.




The Monster Of Piedras Blancas

(1959)
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A monster (Pete Dunn) which looks like a nastier version of "The Creature From The Black Lagoon" invades a quiet lighthouse town. The superstitious lighthouse keeper (John Harmon), worried for the safety of his beautiful teenage daughter (Jeanne Carmen), decides to leave food for the monster who lives in a nearby cave. When the lighthouse keeper is no longer able to leave scraps of meat for the monster, a series of mutilated bodies begin to turn up. The local police then begin to take notice. Stars Les Tremayne and Forrest Lewis.

This film comes from an excellent TV print which is far superior to any other version currently available. You can actually see the monster in detail, unlike the Republic Pictures release which has a very soft and dark picture.

Note: The title monster in this film, aka: "The Crabman," was designed by Jack Kevin, who also helped to design the gillman in The Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954).

During the premiere of this film, Jeanne Carmen's dress was nearly torn off by a gang of rowdy young boys (see gallery). As a result, she vowed never to be in a horror film again.





The Mummy: Complete Legacy Collection

(1932-1955)
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The Original Mummy is one of silver screen's most unforgettable characters and, along with the other Universal Classic Monsters, defined the Hollywood horror genre. The Mummy: Complete Legacy Collection includes all 6 films from the original legacy including the terrifying classic starring Boris Karloff and the timeless films that followed. These landmark motion pictures defined the iconic look of the ancient Egyptian monster and continue to inspire to inspire countless remakes and adaptations that strengthen the legend of the Mummy to this day.

Movies included in this set are:

The Mummy
The Mummy's Hand
The Mummy's Tomb
The Mummy's Ghost
The Mummy's Curse
Abbot And Costello Meet The Mummy



Night Of The Cobra Woman

(1972)
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aka: Movini's Venom
A Filipino snake-cult provides the basis for this horror offering which was filmed in "Slitherama" and produced in the Phlippines. The lurid tale centers upon a beautiful cult leader who can turn herself into a cobra at will. In order to keep her youthful exterior, the priestess must drink cobra venom like others drink water. She must also have a continuous supply of lusty young men at her beck and call. This becomes rather difficult because after one night of serpentine lovemaking she must kill them. Stars Joy Bang, Marlene Clark, Roger Garrett and Vic Diaz.





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