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Dracula AD 1972 (Hammer 1972)
The Comedy of Terrors (AIP 1963)

The Comedy of Terrors

Karloff, Price, Rathbone, Lorre, coffins and skulduggery aplenty make for a wickedly funny comedy with a surprising (and irresistible) nasty streak.
The Corpse Vanishes (Monogram 1942)

The Corpse Vanishes

Bela Lugosi has nefarity in mind when it comes to the local blushing brides in Monogram’s horticultural horror. Family flowers only…
Dracula Prince of Darkness (Hammer 1966)

Barbara Shelley

Hammer’s first lady of horror brought charisma and insight to her many performances. Our biography shines a loving light on her career.
The Mummy's Tomb (Universal 1942)

Turhan Bey

Dubbed the Turkish Delight by his fans, this Austrian-born supporting star appeared in some beloved horror classics.