The Curse of Frankenstein (1957, 83 Minutes): You can't keep a good monster down - a point proven in The Curse of Frankenstein, the film via which Hammer Studios revived Gothic horror in an era dominated by sci-fi scarefests. In the first of many fright-film collaborations, Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing star in a tale about the family whose grasp of life's secret has monstrous consequences.
Taste the Blood of Dracula (1969, 95 Minutes): Christopher Lee dons the cape of the notorious evil one in Taste the Blood of Dracula. Society bigwigs cheat on their wives during a night out, but there's no cheating death when they try too late to back out of a ceremony that revives the Count. Sink your teeth into this one, horror fans!
THE CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN: Young Victor Frankenstein, son of the famous scientist, sets out to recreate his father's diabolical experiment. The baron becomes obsessed and develops a homicidal nature resulting in the deaths of many townsfolk leading up to a climactic confrontation with the monster and his maker.
TASTE THE BLOOD OF DRACULA: The infamous count seeks to avenge the death of a valued friend.