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  • Actors: John Carradine, Tor Johnson, Robert Alda, Cameron Mitchell, Alex Rocco
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Mill Creek Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: August 25, 2009
  • Run Time: 960 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002DHACSS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,692 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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From CROWN INTERNATIONAL PICTURES, INC. Mill Creek Entertainment is proud to present 12 cult horror classics that will surely entertain and will fit everybody s budget. For over 40 Years as a Leading Force in Independent Film Production and Distribution to a Worldwide Entertainment Industry, Crown International has produced quality films with big stars.

Includes:

  • Blood of Dracula's Castle
  • Brain Twisters
  • The Devil's Hand
  • Madman of Mandoras(AKA They
  • Saved Hitlers' Brain)
  • Nightmare in Wax
  • Prime Evil
  • Satan's Slave
  • Stanley
  • Terrified
  • Terror
  • Trip with Teacher
  • Customer Reviews

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    74 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Monty Moonlight VINE VOICE on May 16, 2010
    Format: DVD
    The Gorehouse Greats 3-disc DVD collection is a fantastic set if you love horror movies of any kind, including dated, low-budget, drive-in or grindhousey ones, because that's what you get here. This set holds 12 feature films, an amazing amount for the price you can sometimes find this at, considering that these aren't the same public domain horror films that have been on dollar DVD releases for years. These films are all from Crown International Pictures, released by Mill Creek Entertainment in a pretty cool looking case, and are a really nice variety of plots. I'll describe the films below, pointing out my faves. Bear with me though, as I'm listing them as they're listed on the back of the DVD case, and they just happened to list the best ones near the bottom...

    "Blood of Dracula's Castle": A young couple inherits a castle in the middle of nowhere, but to move in they have to first evict the current tenants, Dracula and his wife and staff. This ended up being the last film I watched in the set, despite having the most appealing title to me (because I love the old Christopher Lee Dracula stuff). From 1969, this film is in color, but it is also probably the worst print in this set, at times being hard to watch at all, though being fine at other times. For the record though, most of the films in this DVD set are pretty decent quality. Anyway, Blood of Dracula's Castle also ended up being the last film I watched because it starts out so hokey. You really have to stick with it through the introduction of the young couple, because it quickly becomes a very enjoyable, entertaining flick after that. It's cheesy, but it's also funny and surprising at times, because in the beginning it seems like it's a 60's beach movie or "Girl in Gold Boots" or something. Thankfully, it's not.
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    15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A. Jones on July 26, 2010
    Format: DVD Verified Purchase
    Let me just start off with saying not everyone will go for these movies, but if you were a true drive-in goer from the early days, you'll probably lap these up, scratchy prints and all (I remember some prints at the drive-in were indeed very scratchy)
    As this set features everything from Hitlers head, snakes to wax dummies, now how can you beat a collection like that?
    I have to take my hat off to Mill Creek, what they can lack in quality and to be fair some prints are quite good, they sure make up in quantity and price, while offering some very rare gems, warts and all.
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    21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Aaron on January 27, 2010
    Format: DVD
    If you are like me and grew up with late night "creature feature" type programs. You have probably seen at least some of these movies before. None are really that "gory", but all are fun bad movies. There are actually a few actually good little flicks hidden in this collection as well. For this price you can't really go wrong. I have many of Millcreek Entertainments other sets and have been happy with most of them. I'm pleased to say that none of these movies has yet to be repeaded in any of their 20 or 50 movie sets.
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    9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Bryan Byrd on November 8, 2010
    Format: DVD
    This is the second 12-movie box set from the Crown International Pictures catalog put out by Mill Creek that I've watched, the first being Savage Cinema: 12 Movie Collection. From a technical standpoint, the films in the 'Gorehouse' collection match up pretty well with 'Savage', although none of them are pristine - the very best of them suffer at least from blips indicating reel changeovers, and the worst ('Blood of Dracula's Castle') are nearly unwatchable in parts due to vertical yellow streaks all across the screen. Additionally, the movie 'Terrified' suffers from poor sound quality, but in all fairness I have to admit that I watched it in an environment with a lot of background noise, and my hearing isn't all that it once was either. Still, that leads to one of my biggest complaints with these multi-pack reissues - and that is the lack of captions or subtitles. I don't look for the situation to change - Mill Creek is putting out these movies at an extremely affordable rate, so it almost seems unfair to complain about missing out on some of the extras, but closed captions for me would certainly be worth an extra bit of change.

    Aside from 'Dracula's Castle' and 'Terrified', I would judge the sound and picture for the rest are sufficient for the overall quality and type of films they are. Unfortunately, 'what type of films these are' may not be readily apparent. Judging from the pose of the attractive, be-spattered young woman on the cover, if one didn't know better, it would appear as if this is a collection of gore-soaked and splatter films. The title adds to the confusion - as far as I know, 'gorehouse' isn't even a word, so what it actually means is up for grabs.
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    TRIP WITH THE TEACHER (1974) is a Crown International B grade film, a one-time drive in movie special.
    There's a typically no-name cast in this zero budget exercise in biker anarchy.

    The story opens on a pair of brothers named Pete and Al, ex-jailbirds just wandering a desert road looking for misadventure and whatever comes their way. When one gets a flat tire, Jay, a Good Samaritan on a 10-day biking vacation, stops to help. The blown tire partly inflated, the three head toward the nearest service station. Along the way they encounter a small yellow chartered bus with a gangly simple-talking driver, a lady chaperone and four teen girls. All are doing a tour of pueblos, the Grand Canyon, etc.

    This brief meeting is prelude to the main story.

    At the gas station, the old guy who owns it is nasty to the two brothers. Jay never knows that this unlucky fellow ends up crushed under a car he was working on, a victim of crazy Al. Meanwhile the bus blows its fuel pump, thus the bikers and girls are reunited. Jay is not a participant in the violence that next occurs. He and the five women become prisoners at a remote abandoned house and it's obvious that none will survive once Al and Pete have had their fun.

    Clearly Zalman King as psycho killer Al, is a cartoonish villain. He wears fithy jeans and the ugliest sungoggles imaginable. When not locked in a frozen stare he has a bizarre laugh and tends to briefly black out under pressure. King's undistinguished career in front of the camera was spotty after 1979. He's best known for scripting and producing
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