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  • Actors: Vincent Price, Christopher Lee
  • Directors: n, a
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Black & White, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Pop Flix
  • DVD Release Date: August 7, 2007
  • Run Time: 505 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000TGKWTO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #106,682 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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House on Haunted Hill (1958) 1 hr 15 min, B&W Starring: Vincent Price, Elisha Cook Jr.; Director: William Castle In this silver scream classic, an eccentric millionaire (Price) invites his enemies to his creepy mansion. Each guest who survives will receive $10,000, but will anyone be alive at dawn?

Last Man on Earth (1964) 1 hr 26 min, B&W Starring: Vincent Price; Directors: Ubaldo Ragona, Sidney Salkow In this apocalyptic vision of a zombie invasion, a global virus has transformed Earth's population into vampires.

The Bat (1959) 1 hr 20 min, B&W Starring: Vincent Price, Agnes Moorehead; Director: Crane Wilbur A creaky haunted house has a hidden fortune of stolen money and bodies pile up as a mysterious prowler known as the "Bat" tries to uncover the loot.

Horror Express (1972) 1 hr 27 min, COLOR Starring: Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Telly Savalas; Director: Eugenio Martin A British anthropologist (Lee) discovers a mysterious fossil in Manchuria, but aboard the Trans-Siberian Express, the body comes alive and begins feeding on the brains of the passengers.

Count Dracula and his Vampire Bride (1973, Widescreen Edition) 1 hr 27 min, COLOR Starring: Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Joanna Lumley, Michael Coles; Director: Alan Gibson Dracula (Lee) is alive and well, and has gathered high-powered people to aid him in a plan for world destruction. Can Van Helsing (Cushing) penetrate Dracula's sinister circle and save the world?

Circus of Fear (1967) 1 hr 30 min, COLOR Starring: Christopher Lee, Klaus Kinski; Directors: Werner Jacobs, John Llewellyn Moxey A tightrope of suspense! A robbery on the London Bridge and a subsequent murder lead a Scotland Yard investigator to the Barberini Circus and its traveling troupe of shady suspects.

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By J Astin on October 12, 2008
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First, I'll quickly address the movie quality. For a couple of the movies, it's a bit patchy, but for the price, it's not bad.

The movies:

House On Haunted Hill - An excellent old Vincent Price movie. By itself it would be worth the price. It's a bit cheesy, but it has wonderful dialogue and interesting effects.

Last Man On Earth - Everyone on earth, except for Vincent Price (hence the title) has been infected with a vampire virus. A darker film, with flashbacks between the current, vampire infested time, and back to when it was all going downhill. Definately worth watching, but if you're looking for a happy ending (in a Vincent Price film? You're mad!), you're out of luck.

The Bat - A mystery writer stays in a house that is plagued by appearances of The Bat, a serial killer. Vincent Price is in a supporting role in this interesting film, which will keep you guessing The Bat's identity til the end. A great movie.

Horror Express - Christopher Lee stars in this film as an anthropologist who makes a creepy discovery, which of course comes to life and causes the deaths of many people. The film quality is low, but the movie is fairly interesting, though nothing special.

Count Dracula And His Vampire Bride - I watched this before under the title of The Satanic Rites Of Dracula, so was surprised to find that the name was changed. A rated R movie with Christopher Lee as Dracula and Peter Cushing as Van Helsing; not the best work that the two have done together, but if you like their other Dracula movies, this one should hold some entertainment as well.

Circus Of Fear - A robbery leads to the investigation of a circus, where several people end up murdered. Christopher Lee is one of the stars, though his face is not revealed until near the end. A fairly amusing movie, though it leaves some questions unanswered.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By dblack on May 29, 2011
I wanted this collection mainly because I had seen a number of the films online (apparently they are out of copyright and therefore in the public domain), and I wanted to own a "decent" copy of the movies that looked and sounded better than the terrible quality film reels I had seen on the net... Imagine my disappointment when I realised that the movies on these 2 discs appear to be taken from the exact same videos (I won't say film.. because if they had the actual film reels they could really 'remaster' them...) that I had seen online. They look about the same quality as internet streamed video as well, with artefacts that are associated with compression... Not to mention the black bars that frame the 'widescreen' format... I suppose with the product description of 6 movies on 2 discs, I should've realised this was too good to be true. You can watch "The House on Haunted Hill" on youtube's movie service for free - and it's the same file as you'll get on this disc.
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Rick Henry on March 22, 2009
Some of these films are really surprising treats -- that I missed long ago, and was glad to get to view. I was particularly impressed with "The Last Man on Earth," "Count Dracula and His Vampire Bride," "Circus of Fear," and "Horror Express." ("Circus" and "The Bat" probably being the most grounded in a more realistic reality, whereas the others do roil in the horror genre with both feet.) I particularly enjoyed Christopher Lee in his varied roles; he appears to have been a much better actor than ever previously noted. Vincent Price has his place, too... but for my money, he gets a bit tedious when overlong, and overdone.

The problem here, however, is neither the actors or the film genres. It is the company which packaged them -- which should be penalized for presenting such a poorly "digitally re-mastered" product; which thus makes one wonder if perhaps their dvd player is losing its touch, or possibly a trip to the eye doctor may be necessary for a change of glasses. It is a tragedy to have come across such a rather nice selection of films, that are too much on the bleary/blurry side to fully enjoy. And only the most determined of fans will be willing to wade through to the bitter end. For the price, one could say, what do you expect? But for my ethics, no one should be in business to give you an inferior product, regardless of the price tag. If you are selling Rolex's for five cents, they should be as good as the ones selling for five thousand. If it isn't worth the buying, it isn't worth the selling. But then, there are rip-offs, and there are rip-offs. If the company likes their reputation in the gutter, that's their business. They put it there. And I'm not able to clean it up....
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Travis on October 19, 2010
As other reviewers have noted, the problem here isn't with the films themselves, but with the audio/visual quality of the presentation. The films on the Vincent Price disc aren't bad, but the Christopher Lee disc looks like someone video taped a TV broadcast of the movies. "Horror Express" and "Circus of Fear" are both terrible; scenes set in the dark are overexposed, grainy and look brown. "Count Dracula and His Vampire Bride" fares better, but it's presented in a non-anamorphic widescreen presentation. It's also worth noting that this film in particular is from the Hammer "Dracula" series, and while you don't need to see the previous films to follow the events of this film, you're not getting a one-off production, either.

"House on Haunted Hill" - ****
"The Last Man on Earth" - ***
"The Bat" - ****
"Horror Express" - ****
"Count Dracula and His Vampire Bride" - **
"Circus of Fear" - ***
A/V quality - *
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