Feature Films

Despite the title, this one's more of a seafaring adventure than a horror movie. This is an edited version of "Sea Fiend (1936)". This print is a little faded in places, but still watchable. Taken from a VHS source.

When his wife accidently kills a man while fending off his unwanted advances, an inventor takes the blame and is sent to prison for 15 years. When he gets out, he finds that his daughter doesn't know who he is, and that's just the beginning. An early "talkie".

Early silent version of James Fenimore Cooper's classic story. It's not the best transfer in the world, and I couldn't find any info on this at IMDB, but according to the information I have, that's Bela Lugosi in the role of Chingachgook. If that's not Bela, it sure looks like him. Runs about 45 minutes.

An entertaining old dark house thriller, complete with hidden passageways, secret panels, bodies turning up, and a killer ape for good measure.

"Voyage to the Planet of the Prehistoric Women" (1968) is the second of two reworkings of "Planeta Bur," a Soviet sci-fi film from 1959. The first was the similarly titled, "Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet" (1962) assembled by director Curtis Harrington for producer Roger Corman.

It's Starman to the rescue again in this Japanese movie

From IMDB: A Nazi scientist invents a time machine enabling him to alter the events of WWII.

Classic story of a creature made of clay that comes to life and causes havok. Silent film starring Paul Wegener. Unrestored print, public domain.

This one's about strange women who love their men to death, literally! Maybe the fact that there's a research facility doing top secret experiments might have something to do with the suspicious deaths.

A mummified ape man is brought back to life and wreaks havok. This movie was shot in 1958 and is black and white. A later version of this film was released in color with a half hour of new scenes shot in 1972 added and titled "Curse Of Bigfoot".

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