The Snow-Creature has apparently returned from the dead to once more haunt the Mexican hill country and the frightened villagers must come up with a permanent way to defeat the beast.
A doctor invents a machine that can turn people into sand then back back again.
In the village of Holfen, a number of young women are found stabbed to death by what is determined to be an ancient dagger with a curved and rusty blade. The superstitious locals believe the murders to be the fulfillment of a curse placed on them in the 17th century by Baron Von Klaus, a sadistic libertine who killed many women before dying in the swamps surrounding his castle. The Baron’s spirit is said to live on in his male descendants, but von Klaus heir Ludwig (Hugo Blanco) doesn’t arrive in town until the day after the latest murder. He is entrusted with a key to his ancestor’s torture dungeon and begged to bring an end to the family curse by visiting it, destroying it, and leaving the castle, never to return again. But will he have the willpower to resist the lure of his horrific heritage?
Five beautiful showgirls are trapped by a storm and find refuge in a creepy old castle. The owner of the castle, a strange nobleman, has a secret laboratory in the basement and has his own plans for the girls.
A scientist develops a serum that can eradicate scar tissue. He tries it on a girl with a horribly disfigured face. It succeeds, but then he discovers the girl is an escaped mental patient from a local asylum.
While driving through the desert, a teenage girl is frightened by a seven-foot giant which appears in her path. After escaping, she returns to the site with her boyfriend and her father in an attempt to find the giant. They do, and it proceeds to terrorize them and the rest of Palm Springs, California.
Wolfgang [Walter Brandi] and Louise [Graziella Granata] are newlyweds. They’re holding a ball in the castle they just renovated. What they don’t know is that a vampire [Dieter Eppler] has moved into their wine cellar. When the vampire wakes up, he too attends the party, asks for one dance with Louise, and then leaves. Louise feels faint and decides to go to bed. The vampire pays her a visit. The next day, Louise is looking pale. Dr Hant thinks she might be anemic. A few bites later, Louise isn’t getting any better, so Dr Hant suggests calling in Dr Nietzsche [Luigi Batzella] from Vienna. By the time Wolfgang and Dr Nietzsche get back from Vienna, Louise is dead. Wolfgang goes to the bedroom, but her body is gone. That night, while Wolfgang is grieving in the garden, Louise sucks out some of his blood. Dr Nietzsche performs a blood transfusion using the gardener’s blood. He then finds Louise’s coffin and drives a stake through her heart. The vampire turns to the maid Corinne. Corinne gets a bite out of Wolfgang before Dr Nietzsche can destroy her with a cross. More transfusions for Wolfgang. Feeling better, Wolfgang takes the gardener’s little girl Razi for a walk in the garden. The vampire lurks. Wolfgang carries Razi to safety in the wine cellar. The vampire follows. Wolfgang impales the vampire on a wrought iron grate. By the time Dr Nietzsche and the gardener get there, the vampire has turned to dust.
An old man sells his soul to the devil, and turns into a young man. He then uses witchcraft and black magic to win a woman from his rival.
Rick Turner is engaged of Donna Trent and is having nightmares with a beautiful blonde woman dancing in the sky. One night, he is mysteriously driven to a doll shop, and in the next morning he returns to the place with Donna. He finds a doll that resembles his fiancé, but the owner Francis Lamont delivers another doll to him, with the face of the woman of his dreams, Bianca Milan. Rick looks for Bianca and is seduced and convinced by her to join a sect that worships the diabolic Camba, while the health of Donna is threatened by Francis and Bianca.