Brace yourself for twelve tales of revenge, murder and madness, featuring such horror legends as Vincent Price, Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing. Let’s take a look at what is included in Mill Creek Entertainment’s release of American Horror Stories!
Our Rating System:
****=Don’t Miss it!
***=Worth a look.
**=An Ok way to spend an evening.
*=You haven’t missed anything.
Don’t Answer the Phone (1980) A Vietnam veteran terrorizes L.A. by going around strangling young women in their homes while taunting psychologist. **
Point of Terror (1971) A lounge singer becomes entangled in a twisted web of murder and adultery after a chance meeting with the wife of a record producer. **
House on Haunted Hill (1959) Eccentric Frederick Loren and his wife have invited 5 guests to a "house" party at the haunted mansion. **
A Bucket of Blood (1959) A talent less artist finds acclaim for a plaster covered dead cat, but how can he continue the acclaim? ***
Horror Express (1972) An anthropologist unearths what he thinks is The Missing Link. He brings the creature back to Europe aboard a trans-Siberian express, that’s when the horror truly begins. ***
The Little Shop of Horrors (1960) Seymour works in a skid row florist shop and he creates a new plant that cannot survive without human flesh and blood. ***
Nightmare Castle (1965) A cheating wife who is tortured to death by her sadistic scientist husband. **
Silent Night, Bloody Night (1974) Maniacs have taken over the asylum and they want bloody revenge for crimes committed in the dark. **
Bloody Pit of Horror (1965) Five cover girls break into what they assume is an uninhabited castle for a photo shoot. However, they’re not alone in the castle. *
The Driller Killer (1979) A starving artist struggles with everything in his life, including the nightly urge to bury his power drill deep inside the local homeless residents. **
Don’t Look in the Basement (1973) In Stephens Sanitarium, therapy has been replaced by torture. **
Drive-In Massacre (1974) A restless crowd and a cheesy double feature lead to two brutal killings at a drive-in. *
In the final analysis this collection is for horror movie fanatics. With this Mill Creek box sets you get so much bang for your buck. So if this sounds like a collection of films you’d like to add to your collection. Mill Creek is the only place to get it! I highly recommend you head on over to www.Millcreekent.com or your local DVD store and pick up a copy today!
Moral Rating: Mild Violence, sexual situations and drug use
Audience: Mature Audiences
Length: Over 16 hours
Our Rating: C