Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Drive-In Cheezy Movie Collection|
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
12 Digitally Re-mastered and non-compressed 'B' Movies from the late 60s and 70s. Each movie is on a separate DVD and none are compressed, giving the very best in digital imagery. Over 18 hours of some of the cheeziest m... more »
Amazon should list the contents of this set
goober grape | 08/03/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I don't own this set, but for those interested in what's in it I got this from another web site.
Robot Monster (1953)
It's the end of the world as we know it, and the survivors must butt heads with an alien dressed in a gorilla suit and a diving helmet who uses a bubble machine to control the elements. No, seriously.
The Headless Ghost (1959)
Two American college students and their French gal pal get locked in a run down UK castle, only to meet up with a band of ghosts with one goal in mind--help a disgruntled spook locate his missing head.
Horror Hotel (1960)
A young college girl travels to the New England town of Whitewood to study the origins of witchcraft. Before she knows it, she's the target of a coven of undead conjurers who want to use her as their ritualistic sacrifice. Figures.
Battle of the Worlds (1961)
A large asteroid is headed toward Earth, carrying an alien race inside, and it is up to Professor Benson and his crack crew of scientists to convince the planet that the threat is real.
Doctor Blood's Coffin (1961)
A young MD returns to his backwoods British hometown to continue his experiments with bringing the dead back to life. Of course, he runs into a few legal limitations, but it's nothing a couple of doses of Curare can't cure.
Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter (1966)
It's cowboys against crackpots as the title outlaw tries to escape justice by hiding out in a Wild West "castle" owned by the famed scientist's fetching offspring. Oh yeah, there's a monster too.
Dracula vs. Frankenstein (1971)
A hippy Nosferatu resurrects the fabled modern Prometheus and brings him to the last relative of the famed body snatching family, who just so happens to be running a carnival sideshow as a front for blood serum experiments. No, seriously.
Baron Blood (1972)
A young man hoping to locate his family lineage travels to Austria. There he visits an eerie castle and "accidently" releases the restless spirit of a warlock who was burned at the stake. All kinds of homicidal hijinx ensue.
Lisa and the Devil (1973)
A visiting tourists falls under the spell of a bald headed stranger. She winds up in the house of a highly eccentric family--a clan that seems to be constantly visited by the resurrected spirit of the brood's dead patriarch.
Inn of the Damned (1975)
When travelers to a turn of the century Australian inn wind up missing, a local lawman decides to investigate. Of course, he ends up discovering something supernatural and quite sinister about these particular overnight accommodations.
Horror Planet (1981)
After investigating a series of tunnels on an alien world, one of the astronauts is "infected," and runs amuck. Eventually, another in the crew gets "pregnant" by a mysterious creature and goes on a blood-soaked killing spree.
Star Knight (1985)
When a fetching young princess is kidnapped by a mythic firebreathing dragon, it's up to a heroic knight to save the day. Did we mention that the craven creature is actually a mistaken alien spacecraft? No, seriously.
I've seen four of these films.
Robot Monster and Dracula vs. Frankenstein are both fun schlock.
Horror Planet was mediocre.
I didn't like Lisa and the Devil.