Classic Horror Movies
During the 1930s the Horror Movie become hugely popular with Dracula, Frankenstein, the Mummy, the Wolf Man, and many others hitting the big screen. These movies often followed in the style of their classic literary sources.
But starting in the late 1940s and then through the 1950s, the horror movie reached out to all forms and topics. With writers like Richard Matheson, the 1950s horror movies brought terror into a much more real and scarier form.
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The Last Man on Earth starring Vincent Price by Richard Matheson
A terrible plague sweeps the Earth, and its victims become zombie vampires, roaming the night in a ravenous search for fresh blood. Dr. Robert Morgan may very well be the only human survivor of the plague, hiding in his ramshackle home from the creatures' nightly onslaught. With ... read more
Night of the Living Dead by George A. Romero
"Night Of The Living Dead," the renowned and influential horror classic, is as controversial today as it was when first released. Gory and unrelenting in tension, this is a film that clearly deserves its cult status.
No other movie can scare the living daylights out ... read more
Dr. Cortner (Herb Evers) has been unsuccessfully experimenting with transplant surgery, as evidenced by the hideous mutilation of his lab assistant. When Cortner's fiancee is decapitated in a car accident, he saves her head and rushes it back to his lab. He keeps the head aliv ... read more
In a haunted house a wealthy woman is driven to the brink of insanity by the disembodied spirit of her husband's first wife.
Sickening howls and ghastly visions threaten newlyweds when they move into an isolated mansion teeming with secrets. The house was the site of ... read more
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|The Last Man on Earth starring Vincent Price||by Richard Matheson|
|Night of the Living Dead||by George A. Romero|
|The Brain That Wouldn't Die|
|The Screaming Skull|