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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 newlywed couple arrives at the home of the husband's late wife, where the gardens have been maintained by a gardener faithful to the dead woman's memory. Soon eerie events lead the new wife to think she is going out of her mind. - IMDB Description

When a Carribean Island is engulfed by a revolution, one unscrupulous American mobster, Renzo Capeto plans to clean up with a get-rich-quick scheme. His diabolical plan is to provide refuge for the loyalists, and the contents of the government coffers, on his boat. He would then murder his passenger and escape with a fortune. Planning to blame their deaths on a mythical sea monster, no one is more surprised than Renzo, when the real monster appears with its own agenda.

Bela Lugosi uses hypnosis and voodoo to entrall a number of lovely young women so he can use their lifeforce to revive his wife, with assistance from George Zucco and John Carradine.

Bela Lugosi. By day, professor of psychology. By night, proprietor of a soup-kitchen that serves as the base for his criminal activities. Tom Neal of "Detour" fame also appears.
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"How often have I told you to keep that cat from desecrating my graves!"

Atale of a crazed backwoods farmer who feeds tourists to his pet monster that he keeps in a cave. This movie was from a source other than Retromedia and is PD. Directed by Larry Buchanan and unlike most of his other films here, this one isn't a remake.

From IMDB: A newly appointed cemetary chairman discovers that, merely by inserting a black pin into a wall-sized map of the cemetary, he can cause the death of the plot's owner. Richard Boone stars.

Also known as City of The Dead, Horror Hotel is a horror movie with a witchcraft theme. Christopher Lee stars. You can find out more about Horror Hotel at A Passion For Horror.

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