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« on: May 08, 2015, 03:58:11 AM »

This.

http://www.millcreekent.com/100-greatest-terror-classics.html



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« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2015, 06:36:56 AM »

If it's anything like the Mill Creek sets I've got, it'll be 6 terror classics and 94 terror bombs  TeddyR  It's funny though, quite often I'm in the mood to watch those bombs, it's very relaxing.
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« Reply #2 on: May 08, 2015, 07:18:53 AM »

If it's anything like the Mill Creek sets I've got, it'll be 6 terror classics and 94 terror bombs  TeddyR  It's funny though, quite often I'm in the mood to watch those bombs, it's very relaxing.

This is the list:

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The Amazing Mr. X   (1948)  B&W  Turhan Bey
The Amazing Transparent Man   (1960)  B&W  Douglas Kennedy
Anatomy of a Psycho   (1961)  B&W  Ronnie Burns
The Ape   (1940)  B&W  Boris Karloff
Atom Age Vampire   (1960)  B&W  Alberto Lupo
Attack of the Giant Leeches   (1959)  B&W  Ken Clark
The Bat   (1959)  B&W  Vincent Price
The Beast of Yucca Flats   (1961)  B&W  Tor Johnson
The Black Dragons   (1942)  B&W  Bela Lugosi
Blood Sabbath   (1972)  Color  Anthony Geary

Bloodlust   (1959)  B&W  Robert Reed

Bloody Pit of Horror   (1965)  Color  Mickey Hargitay

Bluebeard   (1944)  B&W  John Carradine

The Brain That Wouldn't Die   (1962)  B&W  Jason Evers

Carnival of Souls   (1962)  B&W  Candace Hilligoss

The Corpse Vanishes   (1942)  B&W  Bela Lugosi

Creature from the Haunted Sea   (1961)  B&W  Anthony Carbone

Crucible of Horror   (1970)  Color  Michael Gough

Curse of Bigfoot   (1978)  Color  Bob Clymire

Dead Men Walk   (1943)  B&W  George Zucco

Death in the Shadows   (1985)  Color  Maayke Boulten

Death Warmed Up   (1984)  Color  Michael Hurst

Dementia 13   (1963)  B&W  Luana Anders

The Devil's Nightmare   (1971)  Color  Erika Blanc

Devil's Possessed   (1974)  Color  Paul Naschy

Doctor Jekyll and the Werewolf   (1972)  Color  Paul Naschy

Don't Answer the Phone!   (1980)  Color  James Westmoreland

Doomed to Die   (1940)  B&W  Boris Karloff

Double Exposure   (1983)  Color  Michael Callan

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Silent)   (1920)  B&W  John Barrymore

The Dungeon of Harrow   (1962)  Color  Russ Harvey

The Eerie Midnight Horror Show   (1974)  Color  Stella Carnacina

The Embalmer   (1965)  B&W  Maureen Lidgard Brown

Evil Brain from Outer Space   (1956)  B&W  Ken Utsui

Fangs of the Living Dead   (1969)  Color  Anita Ekberg

The Fatal Hour   (1940)  B&W  Boris Karloff

Frankenstein 80   (1972)  Color  John Richardson

The Giant Gila Monster   (1959)  B&W  Don Sullivan

The Gorilla   (1939)  B&W  The Ritz Brothers

Grave of the Vampire   (1972)  Color  William Smith

Green Eyes   (1934)  B&W  Charles Starrett

Guru, the Mad Monk   (1970)  Color  Neil Flanagan

Hands of Steel   (1986)  Color  John Saxon

Horror Rises from the Tomb   (1973)  Color  Paul Naschy

The House by the Cemetery   (1981)  Color  Paolo Malco

House on Haunted Hill   (1959)  B&W  Vincent Price

The House That Screamed   (1969)  Color  Lilli Palmer

The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Silent)   (1923)  B&W  Lon Chaney

The Indestructible Man   (1956)  B&W  Lon Chaney Jr.

Invisible Ghost   (1941)  B&W  Bela Lugosi

It Happened at Nightmare Inn   (1973)  Color  Judy Geeson

Keep My Grave Open   (1976)  Color  Camilla Carr

The Killer Shrews   (1959)  B&W  James Best

King of the Zombies   (1941)  B&W  Dick Purcell

The Last Man on Earth   (1960)  B&W  Vincent Price

Last Woman on Earth   (1960)  B&W  Betsy Jones-Moreland

The Little Shop of Horrors  (1960)  B&W  Jack Nicholson

The Mad Monster   (1942)  B&W  Johnny Downs

Maniac   (1934)  B&W  Bill Woods

Manos: The Hands of Fate   (1966)  Color  Tom Neyman

The Manster   (1962)  B&W  Peter Dyneley

Metropolis   (1927)  B&W  Alfred Abel

Monster (AKA Monstroid)   (1979)  Color  James Mitchum

Monster from a Prehistoric Planet   (1967)  Color  Tamio Kawaji

The Monster Maker   (1944)  B&W  J. Carrol Naish

The Monster Walks   (1932)  B&W  Rex Lease

Mutant   (1984)  Color   Bo Hopkins

My Mom's a Werewolf   (1989)  Color  Susan Blakely

The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave   (1971)  Color  Anthony Steffen

Night Fright   (1968)  Color  John Agar

Night of Bloody Horror   (1969)  Color  Gerald McRaney

Night of the Blood Beast   (1958)  B&W  Michael Emmet

Night of the Living Dead   (1968)  B&W  Judith O'Dea

Nightmare Castle   (1965)  B&W  Barbara Steele

Nosferatu (Silent)   (1922)  B&W  Max Schreck

One Body Too Many   (1944)  B&W  Bela Lugosi

Oval Portrait, The   (1972)  Color  Wanda Hendrix

The Phantom from 10,000 Leagues   (1956)  B&W  Kent Taylor

The Phantom of the Opera (Silent)   (1925)  B&W  Lon Chaney

Point of Terror   (1971)  Color  Peter Carpenter

Revolt of the Zombies   (1936)  B&W  Dean Jagger

The Sadist   (1963)  B&W  Arch Hall Jr.

Satan's Slave   (1976)  Color  Michael Gough

Scared to Death   (1946)  Color  Bela Lugosi

The Screaming Skull   (1958)  B&W  John Hudson

A Shriek in the Night   (1933)  B&W  Ginger Rogers

Swamp Women   (1955)  Color  Beverly Garland

The Tell-Tale Heart   (1960)  B&W  Lawrence Payne

The Terror   (1963)  Color  Jack Nicholson

Terror Creatures from the Grave   (1965)  B&W  Walter Brandi

Terror in the Jungle   (1968)  Color  Robert Burns

They Saved Hitler's Brain   (1963)  B&W  Walter Stocker

The Thirsty Dead   (1974)  Color  Jennifer Billingsley

Tormented   (1960)  B&W  Richard Carlson

The Undertaker and His Pals   (1966)  Color  Ray Dannis

The Vampire Bat   (1933)  B&W  Melvyn Douglas

The Vampires' Night Orgy   (1973)  Color  Jack Taylor

The Werewolf of Washington   (1973)  Color  Dean Stockwell

White Zombie   (1932)  B&W  Bela Lugosi

The World Gone Mad   (1933)  B&W  Pat O'Brien
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I used to say I live my life a quarter mile at a time and I think that's why we were brothers- because you did, too. No matter where you are, whether it's a quarter mile away or half way across the world. The most important thing in life will always be the people in this room. Salute mi familia. You'll always be with me... And you'll always be my brother.
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« Reply #3 on: May 08, 2015, 07:25:22 AM »

I have seen exactly 23 of those.
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« Reply #4 on: May 08, 2015, 09:33:01 AM »


Uhh: hang on - why does it say 50 MOVIES on the spine and 100 MOVIES on the cover?  Question Question


Looks like it's two of the 50-movie sets packaged together. I have that Horror Classics one w/the Phantom on the cover. Judging by the title list I think the other one is the Pure Terror collection (which I also have LOL). Mill Creek loves them some repackaging...


Now here's one I'd love to get my hands on:
http://www.millcreekent.com/drive-in-cult-classics-collection-200-film-set.html
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« Reply #5 on: May 09, 2015, 07:14:02 AM »

I think I have the two sets this uberset is composed of. There are a few gems in settings of pig poop (I.e., a few good ones and lots of nearly unwatchable garbage). I think I've made it through about 28 of them.
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« Reply #6 on: May 11, 2015, 07:49:23 PM »

I have seen exactly 23 of those.

Well, then Trevor you have 77 more to go.

Of course, your opinion may differ, but . . .?! These are the ones that I saw and did not like.

The Bat
The House on Haunted Hill

but . . .?! oddly enough, or maybe not, the vast number that I did see, I did like. Those include . . .

Bluebeard
Carnival of Souls
Crucible of Horror
The Gorilla
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
The Killer Shrews
The Last Man on Earth
The Little Shop of Horrors
Metropolis
Nosferatu
The Terror
The Vampire Bat
and White Zombie

Of course, I am not you, and you are not me, and we are both glad for that, but . . .?! If I was you, I'd get it. Of course, we expect you, if you do buy it, to do a full review for each of the 100 films in the collection.
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« Reply #7 on: May 12, 2015, 12:14:29 AM »

There are a few gems in settings of pig poop

 Buggedout Buggedout Wink

That's probably why they say 50 on the spine and 100 on the cover: pig poop in the one side and DVDs on the other.  Wink
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« Reply #8 on: May 12, 2015, 03:41:05 AM »

The first time I met up with the woman who would later become my wife she bought me one of those two sets. Since the first thing she ever bought me was a leather bound edition of HP Lovecraft's works I was already pretty damn sure she was the one for me. Only managed to make a small dent in working my way through the collection.
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« Reply #9 on: May 18, 2015, 11:41:36 PM »

Definately a couple of gems there Trevor.
Don't Answer The Phone - misogynistic. think I Spit On Your Grave sorta but I enjoyed the killer's performance.
The Eerie Midnight Horror Show - I saw it when I was a kid and I have no recollection of it, so it would be cool to give it a re watch.
House By The Cemetary -  kinda formulaic Fulci but a good watch nonetheless.
Keep My Grave Open - a letdown from Brownrigg (Don't Look In The Basement fame), but might strike you as brilliant compared to all the other tripe on the collection.
The Night Evelyn Came Out Of The Grave - nice!
I think you'll really enjoy those ones dood.   Cheers
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