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Superbeast / Daughters of Satan

The Boy Who Cried Werewolf
(arriving on Blu-ray in July from Scream Factory)

Werewolves on Wheels

Count Dracula & His Vampire Bride
(better known as The Satanic Rites of Dracula)

Dracula’s Great Love
(a.k.a. Cemetery Girls and Dracula’s Virgin Lovers; coming soon to Blu-ray courtesy of Vinegar Syndrome)

War of the Gargantuas
(available on Blu-ray in Japan)

Latitude Zero

Frankenstein’s Bloody Terror

The Vampire-Beast Craves Blood
(better known as The Blood Beast Terror; on Blu-ray courtesy of Redemption Films)

Bloodsuckers / Blood Thirst
(alas, Something Weird’s DVD double feature never made it to high-def; you may know the former as Incense for the Damned)

The Folks at Red Wolf Inn
(a.k.a. Terror House; Code Red has the rights, although they haven’t been able to get their hands on quality elements yet)

The Mad Butcher
(a.k.a. Meat Is Meat)

(best known as Jungle Holocaust, among other titles)

Island of the Damned
(a.k.a. Who Can Kill a Child?; available on Blu-ray in Spain courtesy of Divis)

Island of the Fishmen
(a.k.a. Something Waits in the Dark and Screamers; on Blu-ray under that last title courtesy of Scorpion Releasing)

Frankenstein Island

Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell
(available on Blu-ray in the UK from Icon)

Captain Kronos – Vampire Hunter
(available on Blu-ray in the UK and Australia)

The Black Belly of the Tarantula / The Weekend Murders
(Weekend Murders is on Blu-ray thanks to Code Red)

The Murder Clinic
(available on Blu-ray in Germany from FilmArt)

(better known as A Lizard in a Woman’s Skin; on Blu-ray courtesy of Mondo Macabro)

The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave
(part of Arrow Video’s Killer Dames: Two Gothic Chillers Blu-ray set later this month)

Baron Blood
(available on Blu-ray domestically from Kino; Arrow Video has a more lavish special edition in the UK)

Dorian Gray
(a.k.a The Sins of Dorian Gray and The Secret of Dorian Gray; announced for a Blu-ray release by Raro, but there’s no sign of it yet)

The Mephisto Waltz

The Reincarnation of Peter Proud

The Possession of Joel Delaney

The Horror Chamber of Dr. Faustus / The Manster
(you know Faustus as Eyes Without a Face, which Criterion added to their collection in 2013; no such luck for The Manster)

Banana Monster
(better known as Schlock)

Gorilla Gang

Eye of the Cat

(the 1971 original, of course, although neither version of Willard is on Blu-ray)

Kiss of the Tarantula

Cathy’s Curse

The Demons
(we’re talking Jess Franco here; on Blu-ray courtesy of Redemption Films)

Mark of the Witch


Terror in the Wax Museum

Nightmare in Wax

Blood of Dracula’s Castle

Castle of Evil

The Terror
(on Blu-ray courtesy of Film Chest)

Tower of Screaming Virgins
(a.k.a. She Lost Her…You Know What)

Scream of the Demon Lover

And Now the Screaming Starts!

The House That Screamed

Hell House Girls
(a.k.a. The Smashing Bird I Used to Know and School for Unclaimed Girls)

House of 1,000 Dolls
(on Blu-ray courtesy of Kino Classics)

House of Psychotic Women
(a.k.a. Blue Eyes of the Broken Doll and House of Doom)

House of Seven Corpses
(on Blu-ray courtesy of Severin Films)

The House by the Lake
(a.k.a Death Weekend)

Burnt Offerings
(on Blu-ray courtesy of Kino Classics)

Horror House
(a.k.a. The Haunted House of Horror and The Dark)

The Beast in the Cellar

The Blood on Satan’s Claw
(on Blu-ray in the UK from Odeon Entertainment)

Silent Night, Bloody Night

Women & Bloody Terror / Night of Bloody Horror

Blood from the Mummy’s Tomb / Night of the Blood Monster
(you may know the latter as The Bloody Judge)

The Blood Rose

Blood Demon
(a.k.a. The Torture Chamber of Dr. Sadism, The Snake Pit and the Pendulum, and Castle of the Walking Dead)

Brides of Blood
(or, as Cinematic Titanic fans know it, Danger on Tiki Island)

Brain of Blood
(or, continuing the whole Cinematic Titanic thing, The Oozing Skull)

The Vampire People
(a.k.a. Blood Is the Color of Night and The Blood Drinkers)

Curse of the Vampires
(a.k.a. Whisper to the Wind; riffed by Cinematic Titanic as Blood of the Vampires)

Guess What Happened to Count Dracula?

Andy Warhol’s Dracula
(a.k.a Blood for Dracula; Cinema Cult’s interlaced Australian BD is readily available in the U.S.; apparently the Japanese release is superior, though it’s out of print)

Andy Warhol’s Frankenstein
(a.k.a Flesh for Frankenstein; again, there are Blu-ray releases of varying quality across the globe)

The Embalmer
(a.k.a. Monster of Venice)

The Deathmaster

The Thing with Two Heads
(on Blu-ray courtesy of Olive Films)

Creature with the Blue Hand
(a.k.a. The Bloody Dead)

The Psychopath

Tales That Witness Madness
(on Blu-ray courtesy of Olive Films)

Kiss and Kill
(a.k.a. The Blood of Fu Manchu, Fu Manchu and the Kiss of Death, Kiss of Death, and Against All Odds)

De Sade

Computer Killers
(a.k.a. Horror Hospital; on Blu-ray in the UK from Odeon Entertainment)

The Mind Snatchers
(a.k.a. The Happiness Cage)

Brainstorm / The Woman Who Wouldn’t Die
(the latter is also known as Catacombs)

Let’s Scare Jessica to Death

(a.k.a. The Witching)

Night of the Eagle
(a.k.a. Burn, Witch, Burn; on Blu-ray courtesy of Kino Classics)

The Brotherhood of Satan
(on Blu-ray in a double feature with Mr. Sardonicus, courtesy of Mill Creek)

Beware My Brethren
(a.k.a. The Fiend)

Land of the Minotaur
(a.k.a. The Devil’s Men)

The Lost Continent
(this Hammer Films release is not to be confused with the numerous other films sharing its title)

Island of Terror / The Projected Man
(the former is on Blu-ray in the UK courtesy of Odeon)

The Shuttered Room
(a.k.a. Blood Island)

Torture Garden

In the Devil’s Garden
(a.k.a. Assault, Satan’s Playthings, and Tower of Terror)

Devil’s Nightmare
(a.k.a. Vampire Playgirls and Castle of Death)

Devils of Darkness

The Devil Within Her
(a.k.a. I Don’t Want to Be Born, The Monster, and Sharon’s Baby)

The Gorgon / The Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb

Maniac / The Old Dark House
(the former is the 1963 Hammer film)

(a.k.a. Zombie Flesh Eaters and Zombi 2; on Blu-ray courtesy of Blue Underground, and Arrow’s UK release shouldn’t be overlooked)

Good Night!


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