Spookman Spiff wrote:
Yeah, I guess so. I hate to admit that it hadn't really occurred to me. Although, heck, it kind of matches some of the weirder leaps in logic of those later Universal Monsters flicks.
True. That's probably why it didn't bother me too much.
Amazon's doing a Buy One, Get One Free sale on horror DVDs. There's lots of good stuff there. I should have waited to get Blood From the Mummy's Tomb, because I bought it for almost twice what they're listing there. Ah well, the movie's worth it.
Black Sunday is another great one on that first page. I got it as part of the Mario Bava Collection, though.
Dead of Night is a must-own. I think we may have talked about this one before. The Queen of Spades on the second disc is pretty good, too, but Dead of Night is definitely the top biller, there.
Lots of the usual greats, too, like the Phantasm and Evil Dead movies. Looks like a nice way to fill in some gaps.
Sweet. I'll have to take a closer look at that. I do have that Dead Of Night
disk-- DOD was one of my favorite "Late Show" movies back in the 70s. I should dig that out for Halloween viewing.