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Undead - The Vampire Collection - 20 Movie Pack



The Vampire Collection
20 Movie Pack

$ 9.98 MSRP


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Christopher Lee, Bela Lugosi, Paul Naschy
Vincent Price, John Carradine, Barbara Steele
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28 Hours 51 Minutes
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Undead - The Vampire Collection - 20 Movie Pack
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Horror Classics That Will Never Die! - 20 of the Baddest Bloodsuckers of the Big Screen!

Sink your fangs into this immortal collection of 20 frighteningly delicious films featuring some of the most legendary vampire flicks of all time. From Bela Lugosi to Paul Naschy, the most beloved bloodsuckers of yesterday and
today are all together in one terrifying compilation!

...And many more!


Atom Age Vampire
(1960) – B&W – 87 Minutes – Not Rated
Starring Alberto Lupo, Susanne Loret, Sergio Fantoni
An exotic dancer has a terrible automobile accident and as a result is horribly scarred on her face. Hoping for a miracle treatment, the dancer visits a scientist who has had marvelous results in restoring patient’s appearances and is cured of her scars. Unfortunately, there are some terrible side-effects from the procedure that the scientist must use some unethical methods to try and make the cure permanent. With suspicions growing in the dancer’s boyfriend and the authorities closing in, the scientist tries some last-minute treatments to help the dancer and also win over her heart.

The Bat (Silent)
(1926) – B&W – 86 Minutes – Not Rated
Starring Jack Pickford, Jewel Carmen, Emily Fitzroy
A master criminal known as “The Bat” has held the city in a grip of terror during his crime spree. His latest caper involves some embezzled bank money that apparently is hidden in the bank president’s mansion. A reclusive woman and her niece are currently renting the mansion, after the bank owner passes away. Our villain must find a way to frighten off the unsuspecting boarders in order to find the stolen money, as well as try to stay one-step ahead of the law.

The Bat
(1959) – B&W – 80 Minutes – Not Rated
Starring Vincent Price, Agnes Moorehead, Gavin Gordon
A mysterious mansion holds secrets and terror for the owner and visitors alike in this thriller based upon a classic stage play. Cornelia Van Gorder (Agnes Moorehead) has taken up residence in an old mansion that was the scene of some mysterious deaths years ago. The recent owner of the mansion was a banker who had embezzled money and had hidden it somewhere in the mansion but, he was killed before he was able to retrieve it. Now it appears that someone is stalking the mansion to find the money and protect its secrets.

The Blood of Dracula’s Castle
(1969) – Color – 84 Minutes – Not Rated
Starring John Carradine, Alexander D’Arcy, Paula Raymond
Count Dracula and his vampire bride have taken up residence in a remote castle under the guise of a royal count and countess. Using the services of their handyman and their butler, the two vampires have a selection of young women chained up in their dungeon as their personal live blood bank. Things become interesting for our bloodthirsty duo when outsiders stumble across their lair, causing complications that may threaten their existence.

Bloody Vampire
(1963) – B&W – 97 Minutes – Not Rated
Starring Begona Palacios, Carlos Agosti, Erna Martha Bauman
This bizarre tale of the macabre is sure to chill your blood and scare you to death! A mysterious castle and its strange owners are the center of this horrifying story. It appears the Count and his wife holds many secrets which threatens the lives of any visitors to the castle, as well as the citizens in the area.

Count Dracula and his Vampire Bride
(1974) – Color – 87 Minutes – Rated R
Starring Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Joanna Lumley
Count Dracula (Christopher Lee) has developed a deadly strain of bubonic plague. He plans to use his Satan-worshipping disciples to release the plague in London in an effort to destroy the human race. Standing in the way is Dr. Van Helsing (Peter Cushing), Dracula’s nemesis, who must not only stop his archenemy but also save mankind. This was the last Hammer horror film featuring Christopher Lee as Dracula.

Crypt of the Living Dead
(1973) – B&W – 85 Minutes – Rated PG
Starring Andrew Prine, Mark Damon, Teresa Gimpera
An archeologist visits a remote island to bury his late father and, despite the warnings from the local people, opens the tomb of the vampire queen, buried over 700 years ago. This foolish act by the archeologist and his reporter friend places the entire island in danger, including the local schoolteacher that the two men are rivals for her affection. With the schoolteacher in danger of being a sacrifice to the vampire queen, the duo sets out to stop the vampires, rescue the teacher and destroy the vampire queen.

The Devil Bat
(1940) – B&W – 68 Minutes – Not Rated
Starring Bela Lugosi, Suzanne Kaaren, David O’Brien
A chemist feels betrayed by the company owners who have profited from his discoveries. Seeking revenge upon the men, the chemist has bred a large vicious bat that will attack anyone covered in a particular cologne he’s manufactured. After a series of deaths due to the bat, a reporter discovers the truth behind the attacks and sets out to stop the madman.

The Horrible Sexy Vampire
(1970) – Color – 90 Minutes – Not Rated
Starring Wal Davis, Barta Barri, Anastasio Campoy
A rash of murders leads a local doctor to believe the person responsible for the killings is connected with a deceased eccentric Baron. The manner in which the killings were performed indicates the murderer to be an inhuman sadist. The closer the doctor comes to the truth behind the murders brings him into greater danger.

Horror Express
(1972) – Color – 90 Minutes – Rated R
Starring Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Telly Savalas
In 1907, a scientist discovers the figure of a creature imbedded in the ice of Manchuria. Believing it to be the Missing Link, the scientist has the ice block loaded onto a Trans-Siberian train for a trip across the continent with the eventual destination of London and the unveiling of the discovery. While traveling through a snowstorm in Siberia, the creature is freed from the ice and begins to terrorize the passengers, while the scientist and his rival discover the creature is not what it appears to have been.

The Last Man on Earth
(1960) – B&W – 86 Minutes – Not Rated
Starring Vincent Price, Franca Bettoia, Emma Danieli
The film opens on Dr. Robert Morgan (Vincent Price) awakening to another bleak day of existence. It’s been three years since a world-wide plague has changed Earth’s population into zombie-like vampires and Dr. Morgan is the only man to survive, due to an immunity he acquired working in Central America years before. Finding food and fuel and looking for other possible survivors is his only existence all the while battling hordes of blood thirsty vampires. Hope springs to life for Dr. Morgan when he is able to cure a young woman of her vampirism through a transfusion of his own blood. Can Dr. Morgan create a cure for the human race before the vampires get him?

Nightmare Castle
(1965) – B&W – 90 Minutes – Not Rated
Starring Barbara Steele, Paul Muller, Helga Line
A count who experiments with electro-stimulation of human blood discovers that his wife is having an affair. Catching the two lovers together, the count tortures and kills them, using their hearts and blood to further his experiments and to restore the beauty of his own lover. After his wife’s death, the count discovers that her castle and fortune are to be given to her sister instead of him. Hoping to continue his lifestyle and his experiments, the count manipulates the sister and marries her, hoping to eliminate her as he did his first wife, not knowing that the spirits of his wife and her lover are out for revenge.

Nosferatu (Silent)
(1922) – B&W – 80 Minutes – Not Rated
Starring Max Schreck, Greta Schroder, Gustav von Wangenheim
A young real estate agent visits the Carpathian castle of the mysterious Count Orlok, who is looking to relocate to a larger locale. Unbeknownst to the young man, Orlok is actually Nosferatu, a vampire who is in need of new hunting grounds. After the Count travels to the city or Bremen, a series of mysterious deaths occur that baffle the authorities. Only the real estate agent’s wife realizes what is happening and she herself takes efforts to stop Nosferatu

Prime Evil
(1988) – Color – 87 Minutes – Rated R
Starring William Beckwith, Max Jacobs, Christine Moore
A Satanic offshoot of the Catholic Church has been operating since the 1500s, where members can earn immortality if they sacrifice a blood relation every 13 years. One of the members is due to renew is oath to Satan and plots to sacrifice his granddaughter to receive renewed immortality. The girl’s fiancé is suspicious of the grandfather’s intentions towards her and investigates the situation.

Terror Creatures from the Grave
(1965) – B&W – 82 Minutes – Not Rated
Starring Walter Brandi, Marilyn Mitchell, Barbara Steele
An attorney travels to his client’s castle to conduct some business where he learns upon arriving the client died almost a year ago. The client’s widow and daughter then tell the attorney an incredible tale of how the owner was able to revive the spirits of long-deceased plague victims and how his spirit roams the halls of the castle. Doubting their story, the attorney begins to reconsider when a rash of mysterious deaths occur at the castle.

The Vampire Bat
(1933) – B&W – 71 Minutes – Not Rated
Starring Melvyn Douglas, Fay Wray, Lionel Atwell
When a small Bavarian village is beset with a string of mysterious deaths, the local burgermeister demands answers into the attacks. While the police detective refuses to believe the nonsense about vampires returning to the village, the local doctor treating the victims begins to suspect the truth behind the crimes. With more people falling victim to the attacks, the locals rally to try and hunt down the menace.

The Vampire Happening
(1971) – Color – 102 Minutes – Not Rated
Starring Pia Degermark, Thomas Hunter, Yvor Murillo
An American beauty discovers she has inherited her family’s ancestral castle located in Transylvania. Traveling to her new home to take up residence and the title of baroness, the woman discovers some strange events that trouble her. It seems her ancestor was a vampire and she has returned to trouble the countryside once more.

The Vampires’ Night Orgy
(1973) – Color – 109 Minutes – Rated R
Starring Jack Taylor, Dyanik Zurakowska, Helga Line
A busload of travelers must stop in a small European village after their bus driver suffers a heart attack. The local villagers seem friendly at first but strange events stir up suspicion in the travelers. Eventually, the travelers uncover the truth behind their hosts and find they have stumbled upon a village inhabited by vampires.

The Werewolf vs. Vampire Women
(1971) – Color – 86 Minutes – Rated R
Starring Paul Naschy, Gaby Fuchs, Patty Shepard
A werewolf is brought back to life and then heads off to the countryside in search of a safe haven and also prey. Two unsuspecting girls have their car break down while in search of a legendary vampire queen’s tomb. Finding refuge in the castle of the revived werewolf, they all uncover the vampire’s final resting place and unleash her from her sleep.

The Witches’ Mountain
(1972) – Color – 84 Minutes – Not Rated
Starring Patty Shepard, John Caffari, Monica Randall
A newspaper photographer and his girlfriend are traveling through the mountains on an assignment to photograph a legendary haunted peak. Stopping at a castle near the mountain to rest for the evening, they discover that not all is as it seems. The castle is the home of a coven of witches that call the peak their own and wish to keep any strangers away from their activities.