Scared To Death NR CC

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A story of murder involving a hypnotist, told in flashback by a dead woman in the morgue.

Starring:
Bela Lugosi, George Zucco
Runtime:
1 hour, 9 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Mystery
Director Christy Cabanne
Starring Bela Lugosi, George Zucco
Supporting actors Nat Pendleton, Molly Lamont, Joyce Compton, Gladys Blake, Roland Varno, Douglas Fowley, Stanley Andrews, Angelo Rossitto, Lee Bennett, Stanley Price, Dorothy Christy
Studio Viacom Media Networks
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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149 of 154 people found the following review helpful By Bindy Sue FrÝnkŁnschtein TOP 1000 REVIEWER on July 22, 2006
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TALES OF TERROR is another great collection of public domain horror movies! No, these are not digitally remastered, spotless masterpieces. These are movies that are available to any company (and there are tons of them) that wants to put them out. So, why pay 10-20 times as much for the same scratchy movies?? Here's the run-down: THE WHITE GORILLA- An hour-long stinkfest about a guy in a white go-rilla suit in the jungle. Actually 2 movies spliced together! Pretty dull indeed! THE LONG HAIR OF DEATH- Barbera Steele is a vengeful ghost, out to fulfill her mother's curse. Good spooker! THE NIGHT EVELYN CAME OUT OF THE GRAVE- Horribly editted pile of offal! Barely makes sense, and Erica Blanc's infamous naked coffin dance is gone! Ugh! CONDEMNED TO LIVE- Ralph Morgan is a guy doomed to suck the life from others. A good flick! THE HEAD- Awesome german mad science spectacular about a psychotic doctor and his keeping a disembodied head alive! includes a Hunchback, strippers, and lots of bubbling chemicals! DEVIL MONSTER- Ridiculous tale of a giant man-eating manta ray on the loose. Junk! CRYPT OF THE LIVING DEAD- Andrew Prine stars as a man who must battle the queen of the vampires to help solve his father's murder. Not bad. CHLOE, LOVE IS CALLING YOU- Absolutely stoooopid story about a voodoo lady and her attempts to stop a romance. THE PHANTOM OF SOHO- German murder mystery w/ a golden-gloved killer! Watch for the topless dancers and wacky prostitutes! THE APE MAN- Bela stars as a man who becomes part ape and sleeps w/ his go-rilla buddy! They also go on a killing spree together! Ok. THE SADIST- The only decent thing Arch Hall jr. ever did! He plays his serial-killing scumbag character like no other! A classic! A WALKING NIGHTMARE- Sorry, I fell asleep! A dark-house type mystery.Read more ›
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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By D. J. Sprawson on April 13, 2007
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When you are reading those books of film reviews (I'm talking mainly horror here) and you come across an obscure movie and think you'd love to see that - because the reviewer says it is so good, or maybe because they say it is so bad - but you think you'll never get the chance, well these 50 Movie Packs are probably the best chance you'll get to see some of those movies. I have 5 of these sets Horror, Science Fiction, Chillers, Nightmare Worlds as well as Tales of Terror. I bought them to see some of the aforementioned movies at a reasonable price. Some of the films on these sets can be purchased in better versions but they are more expensive. If you like one or more of the movies here you can buy a better version later. Anyone expecting razor sharp images, perfect colour and high quality sound should look elsewhere - you get what you pay for with these sets. The quality varies from good to awful, but I've yet to find a title that was so bad, picture or sound wise, that it was unwatchable. So if you can live with imperfection these packs are worth a look - and, to be honest, anyone who pays this price for 50 movies and claims to be disappointed, deserves to be.
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85 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Parker Benchley VINE VOICE on June 9, 2006
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These are the films included in this 12-DVD collection. Some have been on other collections, some are new. There are a few Tod Slaughter gems and enough rarities to make this worth your while.

1. Amazing Transparent Man, The

2. Ape Man, The

3. Bat, The

4. Bowery at Midnight

5. Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, The

6. Chloe, Love is Calling You

7. Condemned to Live

8. Crimes at the Dark House

9. Crimes of Stephen Hawke, The

10. Crypt of the Living Dead

11. Curse of the Headless Horseman

12. Devil Bat, The

13. Devil Monster

14. Devil's Daughter, The

15. Devil's Messenger, The

16. Devil's Partner

17. Evil Brain from Outer Space

18. Ghost Walks, The

19. Hands of Steel

20. Head, The

21. Ironbound Vampire, The

22. Island Monster, The

23. Long Hair of Death, The

24. Man with Two Lives, The

25. Manos: The Hands of Fate

26. Manster, The

27. Midnight Shadow

28. Murder in the Red Barn

29. Never Too Late

30. Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave, The

31. Night Fright

32. Night of the Blood Beast

33. One Frightened Night

34. Phantom Creeps, The

35. Phantom of Soho, The

36. Rogues Tavern, The

37. Sadist, The

38. Scared to Death

39. She-Beast, The

40. Shock

41. Sound of Horror

42. Strange Adventure, A (1956)

43. Tales of Frankenstein

44. Teenage Zombies

45. Terror Creatures from the Grave

46. Torture Ship

47. Vampire's Night Orgy

48. Walking Nightmare, A

49. Werewolf of Washington, The

50. White Gorilla, The
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Annie Van Auken TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 8, 2007
Format: DVD
MILL CREEK ENTERTAINMENT box sets offer a low price and a wide selection of titles within each featured genre. Video quality varies with condition of original prints, and audio tends to be fair to good. Their product is always well-worth owning.

The TALES OF TERROR 50 MOVIE PACK consists primarily of American-made fright films. A third of this set are imports. All these movies would fall into the 'B' category, yet for any fright film fan, the variety offered here is sure to please.

Consumer polling data from a film related website averages out this set (on a 1 to 10 scale) at 4.8.

Following are individual scores, alphabetized title list, year and country of origin (if other than USA) and principal stars.

(2.7) The Amazing Transparent Man (1960) - Marguerite Chapman/Douglas Kennedy

(4.1) The Ape Man (1943) - Bela Lugosi

(6.6) The Bat (silent-1926) - Jack Pickford/Louise Fazenda

(5.5) Bowery At Midnight (1942) - Bela Lugosi/John Archer

(5.2) The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari - Glynis Johns/Dan O'Herlihy

(5.5) Chloe, Love Is Calling You (1934) - Olive Borden/Reed Howe

(5.2) Condemned To Live (1935) - Ralph Morgan/Maxine Doyle

(6.8) Crimes At the Dark House (UK-1940) - Tod Slaughter/Sylvia Marriott

(5.9) The Crimes of Stephen Hawke (UK-1936) - Tod Slaughter

(4.4) Crypt Of The Living Dead - (Spain-1973) Andrew Prine/Mark Damon

(2.0) Curse Of The Headless Horsemaasn (1974) - Ultra Violet/Marlon Proctor

(4.9) The Devil Bat (1940) - Bela Lugosi

(4.6) Devil Monster (edited version of 1936's "The Sea Fiend") (1946) - Barry Norton/Blanche Mehaffey

(4.6) The Devil's Daughter (1939) - Nina Mae McKinney/Jack Carter

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