Embark on an experiment in terror as sinister scientists work their mad magic in this outrageous collection of sci-fi/horror classics. From inventions of evil to reanimations run amok, these 50 laboratory creations will haunt your dreams and steal your soul.
Featuring Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, Paul Naschy, Jack Palance, John Barrymore, Robert Vaughn, Rock Hudson and many more!
The Amazing Transparent Man (1960) B&W Not Rated Douglas Kennedy, Marguerite Chapman, James Griffith An escaped safecracker is made invisible by a scientist being forced to work for a crazed ex-military officer with dreams of world domination.
The Ape (1940) B&W Not Rated Boris Karloff, Maris Wrixon, Gene O’Donnell A researcher looking for a cure to polio that would benefit his young friend discovers that he needs to collect spinal fluid to treat the disease.
The Ape Man (1943) B&W Not Rated Bela Lugosi, Minerva Urecal, Ralph Littlefield Dr. Brewster is working on a serum and tests his experimental formula upon himself, with unfortunate side effects.
Atom Age Vampire (1960) B&W Not Rated Alberto Lupo, Susanne Loret, Sergio Fantoni An exotic dancer, cured of some horrible facial scars by a scientist, suffers some terrible side effects from the procedure.
The Atomic Brain (1964) B&W Not Rated Frank Gerstle, Erika Peters, Frank Fowler An elderly woman has invested a fortune on a scientist’s research that, if successful, will allow him to transfer her brain into the body of a young woman.
The Bloodsuckers (1967) Color Not Rated Cameron Mitchell, George Martin, Elisa Montes Six people with different backgrounds and all strangers to each other arrive at an island retreat owned by an eccentric scientist who plans to use these unsuspecting guests in his latest experiment involving carnivorous plants.
The Boys from Brooklyn (1952) B&W Not Rated Bela Lugosi, Duke Mitchell, Sammy Petrillo Two entertainers arrive on a jungle island where they are met by a native tribe and Dr. Zabor (Bela Lugosi), a scientist working in his secret lab on the processes of evolution.
The Brain That Wouldn’t Die (1962) B&W Not Rated Jason Evers, Virginia Leith, Leslie Daniels A surgeon uses an experimental procedure to keep the severed head of his fiancée alive in the hopes of transplanting it to another woman’s body.
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (Silent) (1920) B&W Not Rated Werner Krauss, Conrad Veidt, Friedrich Feher A traveling carnival’s strange hypnotist and his somnambulist may be the key to solving a string of mysterious deaths in a small German town.
The Corpse Vanishes (1942) B&W Not Rated Bela Lugosi, Elizabeth Russell, Luana Walters European horticulturalist Dr. Lorenz needs fluids harvested from the glands of young virgins in order to allow his aging wife to retain her eternal youth and beauty.
Counterblast (aka Devil’s Plot) (1948) B&W Not Rated Robert Beatty, Mervyn Johns, Nova Pilbeam A Nazi scientist escapes Germany prior to its surrender at the end of World War II and sets up a lab in England using the identity of an Austrian scientist he murdered.
Crimson (1973) Color Not Rated Paul Naschy, Silvia Solar, Gilda Arancio During a botched robbery attempt, the leader of the gang suffers a serious head wound and is taken by his partners to a doctor of questionable reputation and known for some bizarre treatments.
Dead Men Walk (1943) B&W Not Rated George Zucco, Dwight Frye, Mary Carlisle Twin brothers, one good and the other evil, are forced to battle each other when the evil twin frames his brother for some terrible crimes.
Death Warmed Up (1984) Color Not Rated Michael Hurst, Margaret Umbers, William Upjohn A deranged scientist on a remote island working on his experimental brain procedures on human test subjects is confronted by the son of a rival scientist whom he had killed.
The Devil Bat (1940) B&W Not Rated Bela Lugosi, Suzanne Kaaren, David O’Brien A chemist feels betrayed by the company owners who have profited from his discoveries and seeks revenge by using a large vicious bat.
Don’t Look in the Basement (1973) Color R Rosie Holotik, Camilla Carr, Bill McGhee A new nurse arrive to begin work at a mental hospital only to discover that the head doctor has been murdered by one of the patients and eventually learns the new head doctor is not whom they appear to be.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Silent) (1920) B&W Not Rated John Barrymore, Martha Mansfield, Brandon Hurst Dr. Henry Jekyll (John Barrymore) is working on separating the good and evil aspects from a person’s persona and comes up with a potion that holds the key.
The Drums of Jeopardy (1931) B&W Not Rated Mischa Auer, June Collyer, Warner Oland A mad doctor plots to get revenge on a Russian Royal family whom he holds responsible for the suicide of his daughter.
Embryo (1976) Color PG Rock Hudson, Barbara Carrera, Diane Ladd A research scientist experiment with human DNA allows him to take a human fetus and accelerate its growth to that of an adult within a few days.
Frankenstein ‘80 (1972) Color Not Rated John Richardson, Gordon Mitchell, Renato Romano A mad scientist uses a stolen serum that allows bodies to accept transplanted organs without the threat of rejection to create a patch-work man from various body parts.
Frozen Alive (1966) B&W Not Rated Mark Stevens, Marianne Koch, Joachim Hansen A scientist places himself in suspended animation and is revived later, only to find he is the prime suspect in his wife’s murder.
The Head (1959) B&W Not Rated Horst Frank, Karin Kernke, Helmut Schmid A scientist’s assistant hopes to use his boss’s discovery in order to transplant the head of the beautiful, but hunch-backed, nurse to the body of an exotic dancer.
Horror Express (1972) Color R Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Telly Savalas While traveling through a snowstorm in Siberia, a Trans-Siberian train full of passengers is terrorized by a creature which is freed from its icy tomb.
House of the Living Dead (1973) Color PG Mark Burns, Shirley Anne Field, Bill Flynn An insane scientist has been experimenting with the transfer of souls between human beings and now must use his brother to hide his activities from the authorities.
I Eat Your Skin (1964) B&W Not Rated William Joyce, Heather Hewitt, Betty Hyatt Linton A writer discovers a scientist and his beautiful daughter living on a remote tropical island, where the father is experimenting with a serum that has transformed some of the natives into strange looking creatures.
Invasion of the Bee Girls (1973) Color R William Smith, Anitra Ford, Victoria Vetri A State Department agent is sent to investigate a series of mysterious deaths involving top male scientists at a research facility who died from “sexual exhaustion”.
Jesse James Meets Frankenstein’s Daughter (1966) Color Not Rated John Lupton, Narda Onyx, Estelita Rodriguez Jesse James and his partner Hank Tracy stumble across the decrepit residence of Maria Frankenstein, the granddaughter of the infamous Baron, and her experiments in resurrecting dead human tissue
The Killer Shrews (1959) B&W Not Rated James Best, Ingrid Goude, Ken Curtis A scientist on an island is working on a project, to help with the world population problem, accidentally creates giant shrews that escape his lab and devour every animal on the island.
King of the Zombies (1941) B&W Not Rated Dick Purcell, John Archer, Mantan Moreland While searching for a missing admiral, an American agent crash lands on a Caribbean island and is taken in by a strange German doctor.
Kong Island (1968) Color Not Rated Brad Harris, Esmeralda Barros, Adriana Alben A diabolical team of scientists land on Kong Island determined to implant devices in the brains of the gorilla population that will transform them into an unstoppable army.
Lady Frankenstein (1971) Color R Joseph Cotton, Rosabla Neri, Paul Muller Dr. Frankenstein’s daughter and her father’s assistant are confronted by her father’s hideous monster while attempting to create a new creature of their own.
The Lucifer Complex (1978) Color Not Rated Robert Vaughn, Keenan Wynn, Aldo Ray An intelligence agent is sent off to investigate a plot by former Nazi scientists to clone the world’s leaders in order to return the Third Reich to power.
The Mad Monster (1942) B&W Not Rated Johnny Downs, George Zucco, Glenn Strange Dr. Cameron, a discredited scientist succeeds with his experiment in creating a serum that transforms men into wolf-like creatures
The Man in the Attic (1953) Color Not Rated Jack Palance, Constance Smith, Byron Palmer A series of murders involving showgirls in Victorian London has the community gripped with fear and a landlady has her suspicions about her new boarder, a quiet pathologist.
Maniac (1934) B&W Not Rated Bill Woods, Horace Carpenter, Ted Edwards A research scientist experimenting on re-animating dead tissue dies and his crazed lab assistant takes on his identity to continue his work.
The Manster (1962) B&W Not Rated Peter Dyneley, Jane Hylton, Satoshi Nakamura An American reporter traveling in Japan becomes the unwilling test subject of a reclusive Japanese scientist after he is injected with an experimental serum.
Mesa of Lost Women (1953) B&W Not Rated Jackie Coogan, Richard Travis, Allan Nixon Dr. Aranya (Jackie Coogan) is a crazed scientist who has developed a serum using spider hormones which will transform humans with deadly and dangerous results.
Metamorphosis (1990) Color R Gene LeBrock, Catherine Baranov, David Wicker A university researcher uses himself as a guinea pig for his experimental formula designed to crack the human gene code in order to create a serum that would prevent aging.
Metropolis (Silent) (1927) B&W Not Rated Alfred Abel, Gustav Frohlich, Brigitte Helm Set in 2000, a man from the upper class falling in love with a woman from the lower class in this futuristic tale shows society separated into two distinct segments.
The Monster Maker (1944) B&W Not Rated J. Carrol Naish, Ralph Morgan, Tala Birell A scientist has developed a serum which grotesquely distorts the victim’s hands and heads which he uses on a concert pianist in order to take the man’s daughter as his wife.
Nightmare Castle (1965) B&W Not Rated Barbara Steele, Paul Muller, Helga Line A count who experiments with electro-stimulation of human blood tortures and kills his wife and her lover to further his experiments and to restore the beauty of his own lover.
Panic (1976) Color R David Warbeck, Janet Agren, Roberto Ricci A British research scientist working with various forms of bacteria is accidentally exposed to a deadly variety due to a lab accident and transformed into a hideous, flesh-eating monster.
The Phantom Creeps (1939) B&W Not Rated Bela Lugosi, Robert Kent, Dorothy Arnold Dr. Alex Zorka (Bela Lugosi) is the creator of several wondrous devices that a former partner asks him to contribute to the U. S. Government, but he decides to use them for his own benefit and ultimately world domination.
The Phantom from 10,000 Leagues (1956) B&W Not Rated Kent Taylor, Cathy Downs, Michael Whalen The U.S. Government sends a scientist to investigate some mysterious deaths along a stretch of beach on the Pacific Coast.
The Revenge of Doctor X (1970) Color Not Rated James Craig, James Yagi, Angelique Pettyjohn A NASA scientist creates a plant creature that feeds on flesh and blood, which then sets off to find food in the form of the people of a nearby community.
Shadow of Chinatown (1936) B&W Not Rated Bela Lugosi, Bruce Bennett, Joan Barclay A group of Chinese merchants and importers are the target of a European import firm that uses a beautiful Eurasian girl and a mad scientist as the means to put them out of business.
Son of Ingagi (1940) B&W Not Rated Spencer Williams, Laura Bowman, Zach Williams A newlywed couple is given an estate by a mysterious doctor and, upon arriving to take possession of the property, discovers the doctor has left more than the estate to them.
Teenage Zombies (1959) B&W Not Rated Don Sullivan, Katherine Victor, Steve Conte A group of teenagers becomes stranded upon an island and become part of an experiment by a scientist living there who hopes to create an army of zombies.
Torture Ship (1939) B&W Not Rated Lyle Talbot, Irving Pichel, Jacqueline Wells A doctor working on his experiments to cure the criminal mind takes extreme measures in order to continue his controversial research.
The Wasp Woman (1960) B&W Not Rated Susan Cabot, Anthony Eisley, Barboura Morris A cosmetics queen develops a youth formula from jelly taken from queen wasps. She fails to anticipate the typical hoary side-effects.
Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Diane Ladd
Telly Savalas, Rock Hudson, Barbara Steele, John Barrymore, Aldo Ray
64 Hours 11 Minutes
Color and B&W
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