| Universal Horror Classic Movie Archive |
Retail $19.99, Our: $14.99
The Black Cat (1941), Man Made Monster (1941), Horror Island (1941), Night Monster (1942), Captive Wild Woman (1943)
Not exactly new to DVD, but newly available for purhcase is Universal's Universal Horror Classic Movie Archive. It has been available for rent ever since Best Buy released it as an exclusive back in October of 2007, but this marks the first time it will be available in a general release.
The two-disc will street on September 15th and retail for $19.99, but is available at Classicflix.com for only $14.99. There are no bonus features.
Universal Horror Classic Movie Archive
From the studio that created the horror genre comes five terrifying films that will send chills down your spine and bring terror to your heart in the Universal Horror Classic Movie Archive! Unearthed from the vaults and on DVD for the very first time, Universal Pictures invites you to journey through fog-filled moors, into haunted mansions and through secret hallways to meet a chilling collection of mad scientists, crazed circus performers, mysterious butlers, maniacal killers and one very ape-like woman! Prepare yourself for hours of pure terror starring some of the most iconic actors in the history of horror, including Bela Lugosi and Lon Chaney Jr.
The Black Cat (1941, 71 min)
Bela Lugosi and Basil Rathbone star in this mystery about a group of greedy heirs stuck in a creepy mansion where, one by one, both cats and people turn up dead.
Man Made Monster (1941, 60 min)
When a mad scientist transforms a carnival performer (Lon Chaney Jr.) into a murderous monster, he creates a path of destruction leading to an edge-of-you-seat climax!
Horror Island (1941, 61 min)
What started out as a treasure-making scheme ends up deadly for a group of people stuck in a seemingly haunted castle with a killer known only as "The Phantom."
Night Monster (1942, 73 min)
Bela Lugosi stars in this horrific tale filled with strange characters, secret passages, dark storms and a murderer who's mastered the art of "mind over matter."
Captive Wild Woman (1943, 61 min)
A mad scientist turns an ape into a beautiful, but deadly, woman (Acquanetta) in this frightening film featuring groundbreaking make-up effects.