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Attack of the Killer B's

10 B-Movie Collection

$ 14.98 MSRP

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SKU:
54225
Language:
English
Genre:
Horror
Starring:
James Best, William Smith, John Agar, Ken Clark, Susan Cabot
Co-Starring:
Kent Taylor, Richard Kiel, David Love, Don Sullivan, Virginia Leith
Format:
DVD
Run Time:
13 Hours 4 Minutes
Rating:
R
Region Code:
Region 1
Street Date:
09-15-2015
UPC:
683904542250

Packaging Details

Number of Discs:
3
Product Height (in):
7.5
Product Width (in):
5.25
Product Depth (in):
0.625
Product Weight (oz):
4.3
Carton Height (in):
17.75
Carton Width (in):
7.625
Carton Depth (in):
5.625
Carton Weight (lbs):
8
Carton Weight (oz):
14
Carton Qty:
30
Distributed By:
Mill Creek Entertainment
Catalog Title:
Attack of the Killer B's - 10 B-Movie Collection
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Synopsis

Includes 10 of the finest B-movies!

•The Phantom From 10,000 Leagues - starring Kent Taylor
•The Attack Of The Giant Leeches – starring Ken Clark
•The Giant Gila Monster – starring Don Sullivan
•The Killer Shrews - starring James Best
•Teenagers From Outer Space - starring David Love
•The Wasp Woman – starring Susan Cabot
•The Brain That Wouldn't Die – starring Virginia Leith
•Eegah! –starring Richard Kiel
•Night Fright – starring John Agar
•Invasion Of The Bee Girls – starring William Smith

Contents:

The Phantom from 10,000 Leagues
Starring Kent Taylor, Cathy Downs, Michael Whalen
(1956) B&W 81 Minutes Not Rated
The U.S. Government sends a scientist to investigate some mysterious deaths along a stretch of beach on the Pacific Coast. What brings the scientist into the investigation is the radiation burns found on the victims. Arriving at the scene of the deaths, the scientist visits the nearby Pacific College of Oceanography where he meets Professor King and his daughter Lois. While falling for the professor’s daughter, our scientist begins to suspect that Professor King’s secret research is somehow connected to the radiation and the deaths.

The Attack of the Giant Leeches
Starring Ken Clark, Yvette Vickers, Jan Shepard
(1959) B&W 63 Minutes Not Rated
Mysterious disappearances and the strange circumstances surrounding them grip the swamp patrolled by Game Warden Steve Benton (Ken Clark). While searching the backcountry for illegal poachers, Benton and his girlfriend Nan Greyson (Jan Shepard) come across a dying moonshiner with mysterious wounds and major blood loss. Adding to this evidence is the eyewitness report from a man stating his wife and her lover were dragged into the swamp by some mysterious creatures. When more hunters turn up missing, Benton decides it’s time to investigate.

The Giant Gila Monster
Starring Don Sullivan, Fred Graham, Lisa Simone
(1959) B&W 75 Minutes Not Rated
A rural Texas town finds itself beset by a series of mysterious disappearances and deaths with no seemingly rational explanation. The local sheriff is faced with an angry community leader demanding an end to the matter or his resignation. Through the combined efforts of the sheriff and a quick-witted mechanic the source of the problem is discovered, a fifty-foot long Gila monster who has run out of food and is now preying upon the local populace.

The Killer Shrews
Starring James Best, Ingrid Goude, Ken Curtis
(1959) B&W 69 Minutes Not Rated
A scientist on an island is working on a project to help with the world population problem and accidentally creates giant shrews, which escape his lab and devours every animal on the island. With nothing else to eat, the giant shrews set their sights on the compound of scientists and their guests. Led by Captain Thorne Sherman (James Best), the group must make a break for his ship to escape from the ravenous shrews.

Teenagers from Outer Space
Starring David Love, Dawn Bender, Bryan Grant
(1959) B&W 86 Minutes Not Rated
Aliens are coming to Earth to raise the “Gargon” herd, an unstoppable torrent of giant air-breathing lobsters. When one of the aliens realizes that there is intelligent life on Earth, he heroically sets out to warn the population. He must make the ultimate sacrifice to stop the incoming horde of deadly creatures.

The Wasp Woman
Starring Susan Cabot, Anthony Eisley, Barboura Morris
(1960) B&W 73 Minutes Not Rated
The aging owner of a cosmetics company has been working with a questionable scientist on a beauty formula based upon queen bee secretions. Insisting that she be the first to try the formula, she is transformed into a remarkably younger and more vibrant looking woman. Unfortunately, the formula has side effects that cause her to eventually transform into a human wasp than preys upon its victims at night.

The Brain That Wouldn’t Die
Starring Jason Evers, Virginia Leith, Leslie Daniels
(1962) B&W 83 Minutes Not Rated
A surgeon working on experimental transplant procedures seems to be on the verge of a major breakthrough with his technique, even though his surgeon father disapproves of his manner of research. While out driving with his fiancée, the doctor crashes his car and is horrified to discover his bride-to-be is decapitated. Rushing his fiancée’s head to his lab, he is able to revive her where she is now living as a bodiless entity kept alive by tubes and an experimental serum. Hoping to restore his fiancée, the surgeon begins to frequent bars and gentlemen’s clubs looking for a candidate for transplanting his fiancée’s head onto another body, all the while the fiancée grows to hate her surgeon boyfriend for refusing to let her die.

Eegah!
Starring Arch Hall Jr., Richard Kiel, Marilyn Manning
(1962) Color 91 Minutes Not Rated
A teenage girl driving through the desert is confronted by a huge Neanderthal-like man and she returns to the city to share her story with her explorer father and her boyfriend. When her father doesn’t return from searching for the creature, the girl and her boyfriend head out to the desert to find him and the girl is taken hostage along with her father. It’s up to the efforts of the boyfriend to rescue the father and daughter before the caveman can make the girl his mate.

Night Fright
Starring John Agar, Carol Gilley, Ralph Baker Jr.
(1968) Color 76 Minutes Not Rated
A Texas community is beset with a rash of mysterious killings involving some of the students from the local college. The sheriff investigating the death discovers the startling identity of the killer responsible for the murders. A NASA experiment involving cosmic rays has mutated an ape and turned it into an unstoppable killing machine with a thirst for blood.

Invasion of the Bee Girls
Starring William Smith, Anitra Ford, Victoria Vetri
(1973) Color 87 Minutes Rated R
Suspicious deaths in a California community come to the attention of the U.S. Government when one of their top scientists is found dead. A State Department agent is sent to investigate and learns from the coroner that the all-male victims died from “sexual exhaustion”. Working on a lead about the case, the agent teams up with a female government research scientist and they discover a female insect expert is using a process to give women bee-like qualities and sending them out to kill men with sex.