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The Roger Corman drive-in classic presented in widesreen. Starring Susan Cabot with Corman appearing in a small role(see if you can spot him).

The Lost World, 1925. Adapted from a book by A. Conan Doyle and directed by Harry O. Hoyt with a performance by Wallace Beery., this movie is specially interesting for special effects by Willis O'brien who later became famoâ us for his special effects in the original film of King Kong.

From IMDb: 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. Stars: Arch Hall Jr., Marilyn Manning, Richard Kiel, and Arch Hall Sr.

It's supposed to be cutting edge science: a diving bell that can descend the depths of the ocean. However, when a cable snaps, the crew fears that they may perish inside. After the crew leaves the bell to explore, they soon find a large network of caves and a survivor who has been there for over a decade. The survivor reveals the horrible truth: there is no way to get out of the caves. Or is there a way? You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page.

The film is set during World War I. A "French Cambodian" contingent had heard strange stories about zombification--supposedly Angkor Wat was built by utilizing zombies--and there are tales of zombie armies easily overcoming foes. Armand Louque (Dean Jagger) brings back a priest who supposedly knows the secret of zombification, but he won't talk. So Louque and an international military contingent head to Angkor Wat on an archaeological expedition designed to discover the secret of zombification and destroy the information before zombies have a chance to "wipe out the white race".

Survivors of post nuclear war struggle against mutants and radioactive fallout. Mystic Nights Videos

A mad scientist invents an invisibility formula which he plans to use to build an invisible army. Director Edgar G. Ulmer (1904 – 1972) is best remembered for the movies The Black Cat (1934) and Detour (1945). These stylish and eccentric works have achieved cult status, but Ulmer's other films remain relatively unknown.

A rich old woman doesn't want anybody else to have her money if she should happen to die. So, she pays a scientist to develop a method of transferring her mind into a younger body. This movie is also known as "Monstrosity". You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page.

A Fragment Of The Silent Frankenstein film from 1910 Download the full film here: http://www.archive.org/details/FrankensteinfullMovie

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