Die, Monster, Die! (1965, 79 minutes): Boris Karloff takes center stage in this "menagerie of horrors" (Motion Picture Daily) that "spins out shock after shock" (Boxoffice)! Like a deadly potion bubbling with eerie mansions, secret experiments and a warning never to look in the basement, this mesmerizing movie about a mad English scientist (are there any other kind?) is "pure haunted-house hokum all the way" (Los Angeles Times).
The Dunwich Horrors (1970, 88 minutes): Single white warlock seeks beautiful blond babe to join him at the altar...the sacrificial altar! When the son of Satan (Dean Stockwell) seduces a wide-eyed college student (Sandra Dee), it's a match made in hell in this "exceptional, truly engrossing film of the supernatural" (Los Angeles Times) where the romance is hot...and the terror is bone-chilling!
DIE MONSTER DIE: Based on a story by H.P. Lovecraft, Boris Karloff stars as the wheelchaired master of a strange old house in Arkham, England who acquires mysterious powers when he is zapped by a radioactive meteorite. His daughter (Suzan Farmer) is being courted by a young and bewildered American (Nick Adams), who ultimately must flee the premises from the monstrous patriarch.
THE DUNWICH HORROR: Lurking in the quiet village of Dunwich, a supernatural horror lies in wait in this adaptation of an H.P. Lovecraft story. When a cute college coed (Sandra Dee) and her professor (Ed Begley) visit the library at the infamous Miskatonic University, they discover a young man (Dean Stockwell) who wishes to check out the dreaded Necronomicon. An ancient book for divining demons, the Necronomicon allows its user to bring hell to Earth, and human sacrifice is the required offering. Pretty young Sandra Dee is the creature's prey...