Mill Creek keeps delivering with their current releases and they’ve long been the kings of the multi-movie sets. Now they have released a 26 movie set of classic films called the Horror Hall of Fame. What this adds up to is a nice slip box that holds 5 other different movie sets from Mill Creek this ranges from Vincent Price Collections to Hammer Films Collections. Below is what you’ll find in it and the movies it comes with.
(1951) B&W 93 minutes Not Rated
Starring: William Phipps, Susan Douglas, James Anderson, Charles Lampkin, Earl Lee
When a nuclear bomb destroys the world, only five survivors remain. A pregnant woman, a philosopher, a black man, a banker and an explorer seek shelter in an abandoned house. As the last living human beings, they must work together. However, their clashing visions of the future could lead to their destruction.
COLUMBIA PICTURES PRESENTS FIVE
STARRING WILLIAM PHIPPS SUSAN DOUGLAS JAMES ANDERSON
CHARLES LAMPKIN EARL LEE
PRODUCED, WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY ARCH OBOLER
The Mad Magician
(1954) B&W 72 minutes Not Rated
Starring: Vincent Price, Mary Murphy, Eva Gabor, John Emery, Donald Randolph, Lenita Lane
Gallico the Great, a magician and master of disguise, turns into a homicidal maniac when his manager closes his show and gives his tricks to a rival magician. No one is safe as he begins to take out his victims with the same methods he used to create his illusions.
COLUMBIA PICTURES PRESENTS THE MAD MAGICIAN
STARRING VINCENT PRICE MARY MURPHY EVA GABOR
WITH JOHN EMERY STORY AND SCREENPLAY BY CRANE WILBUR
PRODUCED BY BRYAN FOY DIRECTED BY JOHN BRAHM
The Man Who Turned To Stone
(1957) B&W 71 minutes Not Rated
Starring: Victor Jory, William Hudson, Charlotte Austin, Jean Willes, Ann Doran, Paul Cavanagh
When a new psychiatrist is hired at a women’s prison, he and a social worker begin to puzzle over some recent suspicious deaths among the young inmates. The prison warden and doctor seem to be behind a centuries-old evil plot to steal the life force of young women to extend their own unnaturally immortal lives.
COLUMBIA PICTURES PRESENTS A CLOVER PRODUCTION
THE MAN WHO TURNED TO STONE VICTOR JORY ANN DORAN CHARLOTTE AUSTIN
WRITTEN BY RAYMOND T. MARCUS PRODUCED BY SAM KATZMAN
DIRECTED BY LESLIE KARDOS
The Terror of the Tongs
(1961) Color 76 minutes Not Rated
Starring: Christopher Lee, Yvonne Monlaur, Geoffrey Toone, Marne Maitland, Brian Worth, Ewen Solon
A British sea captain seeks revenge from a gang of Hong Kong drug and slave traders, know as the Red Dragon Tong, for the death of his daughter. With the help of a former slave, they incite a riot to destroy the group.
COLUMBIA PICTURES PRESENTS A HAMMER FILM PRODUCTION OF THE TERROR OF THE TONGS
STARRING CHRISTOPHER LEE YVONNE MONLAUR GEOFFREY TOONE WRITTEN BY JIMMY SANGSTER
PRODUCED BY KENNETH HYMAN DIRECTED BY ANTHONY BUSHELL
Mummies! Monsters! Mayhem! Madness!
The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll
(1960) – Color – 89 minutes – Not Rated
Starring: Paul Massie, Dawn Addams, Christopher Lee, David Kossoff, Norma Marla, Francis De Wolff
Absorbed in research directed towards freeing the two natures of man, Dr. Jekyll degenerates in to Mr. Hyde, a vengeful maniac. While Hyde wants revenge against a gambler whom his wife is in love with, Dr. Jekyll, takes steps to do away with his evil self.
Scream of Fear
(1961) – B&W – 82 minutes – Not Rated
Starring: Susan Strasberg, Ronald Lewis, Ann Todd, Christopher Lee, John Serret, Leonard Sachs
A young wheelchair-bound woman returns to her father’s estate to find he’s away on business, but she keeps seeing his dead body in various places. Her stepmother and other house guests employ a plan to drive her insane and take her inheritance.
(1964) – Color – 83 minutes – Not Rated
Starring: Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Richard Pasco, Barbara Shelley, Michael Goddliffe, Patrick Troughton
In a rural village, a series of murders have been committed where each victim was turned into stone. A local professor investigates and finds an evil Gorgon haunting a nearby castle and in search of more victims.
Stop Me Before I Kill!
(1961) – B&W – 108 minutes – Not Rated
Starring: Claude Dauphin, Diane Cilento, Ronald Lewis, Françoise Rosay, Bernard Braden, Katya Douglas
After a horrific car crash, race car driver Alan Colby goes on vacation to recover, but suffers blackouts and violent outbursts. With his wife by his side, he visits a psychiatrist who promises to cure Alan’s suffering but they have now encountered a mind more unbalanced and disturbed.
The Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb
(1964) – Color – 81 minutes – Not Rated
Starring: Terence Morgan, Ronald Howard, Fred Clark, Jeanne Roland, George Pastell, Jack Gwillim
An American showman and financier disrupts the coffin of a mummified pharoah and finds it empty. The mummy has escaped to fulfill the dreadful prophesy and exact a violent and bloody revenge on all those who defiled his final resting place.
Don’t Make a Sound or Turn Around!
For more than four decades, Hammer Films’ unique blend of horror, science fiction, thrills and comedy dominated countless drive-ins and movie theaters. Enjoy this impeccable collection from the darkest corners of the Hammer Imagination!
The Revenge of Frankenstein (1958)
Starring: Peter Cushing, Eunice Gayson, Francis Matthews, Michael Gwynn
Peter Cushing reprises his famous role as Baron Victor Frankenstein in this horror classic. Rescued from the guillotine by his devoted dwarf Fritz, the Baron relocates and becomes Dr. Stein. Under the guise of charity work, he continues his gruesome experiments, this time transplanting Fritz’s brain into his latest creation: a normal, healthy body.
The Snorkel (1958)
Starring: Peter van Eyck, Betta St. John, Mandy Miller, Grégoire Aslan
Paul Decker arranges the perfect murder of his wife. Lightly drugging her into unconsciousness, he then seals the room and fills it with gas appearing to be a suicide while he hides beneath the floorboards using a diving snorkel to breath air from the outside. But he didn’t plan for his suspicious stepdaughter in this kill or be killed thriller!
Never Take Candy From a Stranger (1960)
Starring: Gwen Watford, Patrick Allen, Felix Aylmer, Niall MacGinnis
A serious and horrifying chiller about a small town terrorized by an elderly child molester luring young girls into his mansion with sweets, but no official will stop the perverse man because of his powerful family until it’s too late.
Starring: Kerwin Mathews, Nadia Gray, Donald Houston, Liliane Brousse
While vacationing in France, an American artist becomes romantically involved with an older woman, Eve, while also attracted to her teenage stepdaughter, Annette. Pulled between them, a plot is hatched to free Eve’s husband from jail but Eve has a different plan in mind.
Die! Die! My Darling! (1965)
Starring: Tallulah Bankhead, Stefanie Powers, Peter Vaughan, Donald Sutherland
Young Pat Carroll (Powers) goes to the home of her dead fiancé to meet his beloved mother, Mrs. Trefoile (Tallulah Bankhead). There, she discovers that Mrs. Trefoile is not the loving mother she had anticipated, but rather a grieving psychopath who blames Pat for the death of her son.
Creatures the World Forgot (1971)
Starring: Julie Ege, Tony Bonner, Brian O’Shaughnessy, Robert John
Set in the Stone Age, this singular film has almost no dialogue – the people speak in grunts – but it is strangely effective. Focused on a tribe of cavemen, a pair of twin brothers become rivals for leadership of the tribe following the impact of a devastating earthquake.
6 Films with the Master of Horror!
He was the epitome of class and style. No matter how grisly the circumstances, he’d rise above with talent, poise and even charm. Enjoy 6 of his finest chillers from his peak years in the 1930s and 1940s, all demonstrating his amazing range. It’s a collection all fervent classic horror fans have been eagerly waiting for!
The Black Room
(1935) – B&W – 70 Minutes – Not Rated
Starring Boris Karloff, Marian Marsh, Robert Allen, Thurston Hall
The Man They Could Not Hang
(1939) – B&W – 64 Minutes – Not Rated
Starring Boris Karloff, Lorna Gray, Robert Wilcox, Roger Pryor
The Man With Nine Lives
(1940) – B&W – 74 Minutes – Not Rated
Starring Boris Karloff, Roger Pryor, Jo Ann Sayers, Stanley Brown
Before I Hang
(1940) – B&W – 62 Minutes – Not Rated
Starring Boris Karloff, Evelyn Keyes, Bruce Bennett, Edward Van Sloan
The Devil Commands
(1941) – B&W – 65 Minutes – Not Rated
Starring Boris Karloff, Richard Fiske, Amanda Duff, Anne Revere
The Boogie Man Will Get You
(1942) – B&W – 66 Minutes – Not Rated
Starring Boris Karloff, Peter Lorre, Max Rosenbloom, Larry Parks
Five Films Featuring One Of The Masters Of Horror!
Delve into the world of Vincent Price – experience films from the man that made Horror a work of art!
House on Haunted Hill – A wealthy man offers a hefty amount of money to a select five people that concur to being trapped in a haunted rental house overnight.
Last Man on Earth – Illness reforms any spark of human life into living dead, and the last man left on earth is forced to set out as a vampire hunter.
Shock – After a woman witnesses a man commit murder, she is locked into a private asylum to face her psychological issues – but the one who admitted her may be the one who indefinitely needs help.
The Bat – When psycho killer, “The Bat,” escapes, he runs loose in a mansion filled with people.
The Jackals – The heart does in fact, speak louder than the mind – convicted bank robber is after a gold miner, but quickly falls in love with his granddaughter, leading to a change of plans.