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Product Details

  • Actors: Peter Falk, Richard Boone
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 12
  • Rated: X (Mature Audiences Only)
  • Studio: Mill Creek Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: September 1, 2005
  • Run Time: 4423 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (114 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000AOEQ4W
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,988 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Movies Include:
Track of the Moon Beast, War of the Robots, Devil Times Five, Man in the Attic, Horror Express, Shock, The Cold, Haunts, I Bury the Living, Alpha Incident, Metamorphosis, Legend of Big Foot, Blancheville Monster, Scream Bloody Murder, Bucket of Blood, Panic, Death Rage, Alien Zone, Lady Frankenstein, Nightmare in Wax, Dr. Tarr's Torture Dungeon, Revenge of Doctor X, Passenger to Bali, Ghost, Oasis of the Zombies, Murder Mansion, Demon, Sisters of Death, Werewolf in a Girl's Dormitory, Hands of a Stranger, Driller Killer, Drive-in Massacre, Demons of Ludlow, Naked Massacre, Devil's Hand, Cathy's Curse, Bell from Hell, Horrors of Spider Island, Messiah of Evil, Medusa, Slashed Dreams, Silent Night, Bloody Night, Hearse, Snowbeast, Bloody Brood, Funeral Home, Land of the Minotaur, Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter, Witches Mountain, I Eat Your Skin

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Included: 1. Alpha Incident, The 2. Bad Taste 3. Bell from Hell 4. Blancheville Monster, The 5. Bloody Brood 6. Bucket of Blood, A 7. Cathy's Curse 8. Cold, The 9. Crypt of the Living Dead 10. Death Rage 11. Deep Red 12. Demon, The 13. Demons of Ludlow, The 14. Devil Times Five 15. Devil's Hand, The 16. Dr. Tarr's Torture Dungeon 17. Driller Killer, The 18. Drive-in Massacre 19. Funeral Home 20. Ghost, The 21. Gothic 22. Hands of a Stranger 23. Haunts 24. Horror Express 25. Horrors of Spider Island 26. House of the Dead 27. I Bury the Living 28. I Eat Your Skin 29. Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter 30. Lady Frankenstein 31. Legend of Big Foot 32. Man in the Attic 33. Medusa 34. Memorial Valley Massacre 35. Messiah of Evil 36. Metamorphosis 37. Naked Massacre 38. Oasis of the Zombies 39. Panic 40. Revenge of Doctor X, The 41. Scream Bloody Murder 42. Silent Night, Bloody Night 43. Sisters of Death 44. Slashed Dreams 45. Snake People 46. Track of the Moon Beast 47. Virus 48. War of the Robots 49. Werewolf in a Girl's Dormitory 50. Witches Mountain, The

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The product description had listed some different movie titles that are not included in this set.
Jane Chaphe
Even if your like me and you just wanted to see Gothic and Badtaste, they aint worth the buy anyway..even if few people recommended me to see those movies.
Amazon Customer
My first introduction to these 50 movie packs was the great Horror Classics set, which had older movies from the 20s to the 60s.

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448 of 465 people found the following review helpful By Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein TOP 1000 REVIEWER on November 10, 2005
Format: DVD
Here's another great collection of public domain movies! Don't expect perfect, mint versions. These are movies that are available (although, some are not available anywhere else but this set) in a zillion different versions from tons of companies at ridiculously ranging prices! Why pay for packaging?? THE CHILLING 50 MOVIE PACK is for mature audiences as it contains lots of blood and nudity. Here's the rundown: DEATH RAGE- Yul Brynner (West World) is a retired hitman who returns to his trade in order to find the man who murdered his brother. This one also has a beautiful blonde stripper in it! MEMORIAL VALLEY MASSACRE- A wildman is preying on a group of hideously annoying campers. You'll cheer him on! Watch for the wet T-shirt dance in the rainstorm! MEDUSA- George Hamilton (Love At First Bite) is a crazy guy who owes a loan shark (Cameron Mitchell) a lot of money. Someone even crazier than George is killing people! Not bad. DEADTIME STORIES- A good old fashioned horror anthology loosely based on fairy tales. I like this one! SCREAM BLOODY MURDER- A madman goes on a killing spree in this completely bonkers gore flick! Very bloody and disturbing! Don't let granny or the tikes watch! THE BELL FROM HELL- A man is released from an asylum and gets a job at a slaughterhouse. This one's gruesome, with a TEXAS CHAINSAW vibe at the end! METAMORPHOSIS- A decent monster flick up until the silly finale. I suggest skipping the last 5 minutes or so. NAKED MASSACRE- Another shocker like SCREAM BLOODY MURDER! NAKED MASSACRE takes the Richard Speck case and moves it from Chicago to Belfast Ireland! The killer is a sadistic, remorseless rapist. I hate rape scenes, and this one's got 'em!Read more ›
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107 of 110 people found the following review helpful By S. Nyland on April 17, 2006
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I have a particular fondness for what might be referred to as 'public domain material'; films/TV shows that are either un-licensable or not currently licensed & pretty much fair game for anyone to do what they like with. And I must say that for the dollar cost these 50 Movie Packs by Mill Creek & Treeline Films are usually worth taking a gamble on -- for about $.50 cents a movie you are bound to find something worth watching more than once, and this box set is probably their best collection to date.

There literally is something for everyone on here: Giant rampaging monster movies (MILPITAS MONSTER, TRACK OF THE MOON BEAST), cult Euro horror (WITCHES MOUNTAIN, THE BLANCHILLE MONSTER), urban slashers (DRILLER KILLER, DRIVE-IN MASSACRE), 80s teen oriented trash (DEADTIME STORIES, FUNERAL HOME, MEMORIAL VALLEY MASSACRE), a classic Euro crime/revenge thriller (DEATH RAGE), some genuine classics from American horror (SILENT NIGHT BLOODY NIGHT, MESSIAH OF EVIL), even some stuff completely out of left field that sort of defy description (HORROR OF SPIDER ISLAND, REVENGE OF DR. X, PANIC, THE COLD) and will command multiple viewings. Something which cannot be said of say, the new KING KONG DVD. Heck, you even get Mr. Jackson's BAD TASTE, an aptly named film that is ten times more imaginative, clever and endearing even if a bit primative compared to what his computer programmers can whip up. Anyone else had enough of that junk? Well here are 50 movies that don't use any CGI and some are actually very well made, even if the DVDs aren't.
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209 of 247 people found the following review helpful By skinnyrobbie on October 8, 2008
Format: DVD
Unbelievable. OK, I'm amazed that five pages of reviews focus on the cost vs the number of titles (must be Mill Creek employees that started that trend), or the quality of the movies. This is a 50-movie budget boxset...do people really expect A-grade films and become disappointed to find mostly B-movies and worse? Yes, folks...a 50-movie budget box is going to be packed with a mix of bombs and sleepers. The quality is going to also be mixed because these are public domain films and the sources are always going to vary. These details should be a given, and yet they are noted endlessly as if they are revelations and buyers should find this information unusual.

So as I waded through 47 reviews looking for some piece of unique information -- in this case, does Mill Creek pop their logo up throughout the film -- not a mention of this useful detail. Some even called the set Mill Creek's best compilation yet. I gritted my teeth and added it to my cart. I also knew that I was spinning the roulette wheel since Mill Creek have this disconcerting habit of releasing their sets with multiple versions, causing confusion when buyers purchase the set only to find that the movie they bought the set for is on an alternate version. Charming. In the software world, updated versions use version numbers, but even though Mill Creek update the box and discs, they can't be bothered to note a difference anywhere in the packaging so buyers have to play guesswork as all versions are lumped together here. Charming.

Those logos you see in the bottom corner of the screen are known in the industry as a "bug", which is ironic.
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Hmm, that's odd. My copy includes both DEADTIME STORIES *and* HORROR EXPRESS. Well, it's a cheapo company, so I'm not entirely surprised.
May 22, 2007 by Marky Mark Twain |  See all 6 posts
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