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26-Film “Horror Hall of Fame” Collection Coming for Halloween

Who doesn’t love a cheap DVD set loaded with classic horror?!

The easiest and most affordable way to catch up on classic horror movies you might’ve missed is by grabbing any number of the multi-pack collections that are out there; there’s certainly no shortage of them, and new ones are released on a pretty frequent basis.

Courtesy of Mill Creek Entertainment comes the latest of such collections, appropriately titled Horror Hall of Fame. The just announced set is jam packed with a whopping 26 classic horror films, many of them starring legends like Boris Karloff, Peter Cushing, Vincent Price and Christopher Lee.

The following films are included:

  • Bat, The – 1959 – Vincent Price
  • Before I Hang  – 1940 – Boris Karloff
  • Black Room, The – 1935 – Boris Karloff
  • Boogie Man Will Get You, The – 1942 – Boris Karloff
  • Creatures the World Forgot  – 1971 – Brian O’Shaughnessy
  • Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb, The – 1964 – Ronald Howard
  • Devil Commands, The – 1941 – Boris Karloff
  • Die! Die! My Darling!  – 1965 – Donald Sutherland
  • Five  – 1951 – William Phipps
  • Gorgon, The  – 1964 – Christopher Lee
  • House on Haunted Hill  – 1959 – Vincent Price
  • Jackals, The – 1967 – Vincent Price
  • Last Man on Earth  – 1964 – Vincent Price
  • Mad Magician, The – 1954 – Vincent Price
  • Man They Could Not Hang, The – 1939 – Boris Karloff
  • Man Who Turned To Stone, The – 1957 – Victor Jory
  • Man With Nine Lives, The – 1940 – Boris Karloff
  • Maniac  – 1963 – Kerwin Mathews
  • Never Take Candy From a Stranger  – 1960 – Patrick Allen
  • Revenge of Frankenstein, The – 1958 – Peter Cushing
  • Scream of Fear  – 1961 – Christopher Lee
  • Shock   – 1946 – Vincent Price
  • Snorkel, The – 1958 – Peter van Eyck
  • Stop Me Before I Kill!  – 1961 – Ronald Lewis
  • Terror of the Tongs, The – 1961 – Christopher Lee
  • Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll, The – 1960 – Christopher Lee

Look for the Horror Hall of Fame gift set on October 17.



COMMENTS

6 Comments
  • Monkeymanbob

    The Mill Creek “budget” (my words) have some stone cold classics on them judging from their website, but I’m going to take a punt that the picture quality is a bit ropey – not that it matters as there not available in the UK.

  • craig smith

    Usually these sets suck up there are some really good titles here. Very impressed

  • Colin Christian

    Lol! I’ve got most of these already! Revenge of Frankenstein is my favorite of the Hammer Frankenstein flicks,and all those Karloff mad Scientist movies are worth the price of the box.

  • sailor monsoon

    Why the fuck would they release it the 17th!?
    Half the month is gone!

  • Ted Swift

    Nice titles! Hope the quality is better than the usual, and Mill Creek hasn’t let me down yet…

  • If these were BluRays instead I’d be all over it… DVDs just make me long for proper releases of some of these..

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