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White Zombie

January 23, 2011

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When plantation owner Charles Beaumont becomes obsessed with bride to be Madeline Short he convinces her and her fiancĂ©e to join him at his plantation in the depths of dark and mysterious Haiti. His obsession reaches it’s climax when, after being rejected by the young lover he turns to Voodoo master Murder Legendre (played by […]

Carnival of Souls

January 23, 2011

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When Mary finds herself the sole survivor of a fatal drag race leaving two of her friends dead and their bodies lost to the river along with the car they were driving she decides it’s best to move on with her life.She packs up, leaves town and starts a new job, hoping to forget that […]

The Little Shop of Horrors

January 23, 2011

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When a mild mannered flower shop keeper finds a strange plant and begins to take care of it strange things begin to happen… Like people disappearing. Unknown to poor Seymour his new plant comes from outer space and it’s diet is human flesh! The Little Shop of Horrors also happens to be the debut of […]

The Satanic Rites of Dracula

January 23, 2011

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Now how could we possibly go without adding a Dracula film into the mix? Well my Darklings not only do we have a Dracula movie for your viewing pleasure but a classic Hammer film at that. The Satanic Rites of Dracula stars legend Christopher Lee as Dracula who is undead and well and causing havoc […]


January 23, 2011

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Freaks is the tale of the lives of circus Freaks. It is the tale of love and betrayal and of just what happens when you cross a band of Freaks after they have accepted you as one of their own. Hans, a little person (or midget for the non politically correct) falls in love with […]

Thomas Edison’s Frankenstein

January 23, 2011

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This film is a shorty but a goodie. Perhaps the oldest surviving horror movie, Thomas Edison’s Frankenstein is an early adaption of the book by Mary Shelley. Considered primitive by today’s standards this piece of cinematic history shall be celebrating it’s 100th birthday next year. Thomas Edison, we salute you (even if you did electrocute […]

Night of the Living Dead

January 23, 2011

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What classic horror movie is more spine tingling, creepy and all around spooky than George A. Romero’s classic zombie film Night of the Living Dead? Terrifying, even by today’s standards Night of the Living Dead is arguably one of the very first zombie movies, launching the zombie craze. It all begins in a grave yard […]

The Last Man on Earth

January 23, 2011

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Another Vincent Price classic, The Last Man on Earth is an early movie adaption of the novel by Richard Matheson titled I am Legend. Dr. Robert Morgan (Vincent Price) is The Last Man on Earth. Everyone else on the planet has been turned into vampires by a strange virus and only he remains human. By […]

House on Haunted Hill

January 23, 2011

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So many of Vincent Prices movies have fallen into the public domain and I hope to eventually find them all. Here we have House on Haunted Hill. Vincent’s character Fredrick Loren and his wife throw a party at the infamous House on Haunted Hill with a special twist, anyone able to spend the entire night […]


January 23, 2011


When showcasing classic movies from the public domain it’s impossible not to start with this 1922 silent classic. Nosferatu is one of the very first celluloid adaptions of Bram Stokers classic vampire novel Dracula. Not only is it the oldest surviving film of Dracula, it, like it’s main character (whose name was changed to ‘Count […]