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Film Review: Pure Terror – 50 movie pack set

Mill Creek  is noted for their collections, especially for those of us on a tight budget. It’s safe to say that I’ve pretty much purchased or acquired just about every large collection pack they’ve put out. This is because just the effort of finding, burning or stock piling these titles alone would outweigh the cost. This pack which contains 50 films (2 per side – 4 per disk) is priced at $29.98 – My guess is that come Halloween you may even be able to buy it at half that price at Walmart.  Sure there is some overlap between collections, but the improtant thing is that there isn’t as well.

Off the cuff titles of intrigue for me include the horror and cultish: “ They Saved Hitler’s Brain”, “Crucible of Horror”, “Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave”, “Sadist”, and “House That Screamed, The”

Though further digging reveals that we have a few frontline releases such as “Don’t Answer the Phone!”, “Tell-Tale Heart” and “The House by the Cemetery”

And yes a few odd sounding titles that might even prove to be worth the time invested.  – “My Mom’s a Werewolf”, “Werewolf of Washington” and “Eerie Midnight Horror Show”

I think its safe to say out of the 50, I’ve maybe seen one of these, so it’s quite collection of new movie watching – Stay tuned for individual reviews on some of these titles!

From the home page

OVER 70 HOURS OF TERROR TO TICKLE YOUR SLASHER BONE!

Your most frightening nightmares come true in this incomparable collection
of 50 spine-tingling films. Never before has such a diverse collection of movies been culminated together for horror freaks to feast upon, filled with psychotic serial killers (Don’t Answer the Phone), horrifying creatures (Monstroid), haunted mansions (House By the Cemetery) and blood-thirsty vampires (Fangs of the Living Dead). Also featuring big-screen horror legends (Scared to Death with Bela Lugosi) and adaptations of literary classics (Edgar Allan Poe’s The Tell-Tale Heart), this collection is sure to scare the wits out of horror fans!

Featuring such stars as:
Bela Lugosi (Dracula)
Paul Naschy (Night of the Werewolf)
Bonnie Bedelia (TV’s Parenthood)
Mickey Hargitay (Promises! Promises!)
Anita Ekberg (La Dolce Vita)
John Saxon (A Nightmare on Elm Street)
Stephen Tobolowsky (TV’s Glee)
John Carradine (The Howling)
Gerald McRaney (Deadwood)
Arch Hall Jr. (Eegah)
Barbara Steele (8�)
Dean Stockwell (TV’s Quantum Leap)
and many more!

A rare blend of cinematic classics and rare movies making their DVD debut. Including some exclusively licensed films ONLY available in this incredible collection.

Contents:

Amazing Transparent Man, The
Anatomy of a Psycho
Blood Sabbath
Bloody Pit of Horror
Crucible of Horror
Curse of Bigfoot
Death in the Shadows
Death Warmed Up
Devil’s Nightmare, The
Devil’s Possessed
Doctor Jekyll and the Werewolf
Don’t Answer the Phone!
Double Exposure
Dungeon of Harrow, The
Eerie Midnight Horror Show, The
Embalmer, The
Evil Brain from Outer Space
Fangs of the Living Dead
Frankenstein 80
Grave of the Vampire
Green Eyes
Guru, the Mad Monk
Hands of Steel
Horror Rises from the Tomb
House by the Cemetery, The
House That Screamed, The
It Happened at Nightmare Inn
Keep My Grave Open
Manos: The Hands of Fate
Manster, The
Monstroid
Mutant
My Mom’s a Werewolf
Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave, The
Night Fright
Night of Bloody Horror
Night of the Blood Beast
Oval Portrait, The
Point of Terror
Sadist, The
Satan’s Slave
Scared to Death
Tell-Tale Heart, The
Terror Creatures from the Grave
Terror in the Jungle
They Saved Hitler’s Brain
Thirsty Dead, The
Undertaker and His Pals, The
Vampire’s Night Orgy
Werewolf of Washington, The

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