1983, Park Circus/MGM, 105 min, USA, Dir: Richard Fleischer

Self-confident writer Tony Roberts and wife Tess Harper purchase a house made infamous by haunted activity but refuse to believe that it is inhabited by ghosts. Eerie manifestations bring the realization that supernatural phenomena still exist within the dwelling, as "The Demon" rises from a bottomless well in the basement. With Candy Clark, Lori Loughlin and Meg Ryan.

1968, Garagehouse Pictures, 78 min, Spain/West Germany, Dir: Enrique López Eguiluz

Famously mistitled (there is no mention or appearance of Frankenstein in the film), FRANKENSTEIN’S BLOODY TERROR is considered one of the holy grails of cult cinema and a must-see experience for horror fans in its original 3-D format. Paul Naschy, Spain’s favorite horror movie star at the time, plays a werewolf desperate to find a cure for his condition. Unfortunately, he finds a couple willing to help for all the wrong reasons.

1953, Kino Lorber, 80 min, USA, Dir: William Cameron Menzies

Gerald MacTeam (Richard Carlson) abruptly breaks off his engagement to pretty Kitty Murray (Veronica Hurst) after receiving word that his uncle has died and left him a mysterious castle in the Scottish highlands. When Kitty travels with her aunt to the castle, she’s shocked to discover that Gerald has aged and changed his manners; the events that follow in the castle and its hedge maze are even more mysterious. Art director extraordinaire William Cameron Menzies’ (INVADERS FROM MARS, THINGS TO COME) atmospheric horror film is one of the most fascinating 3-D films ever made. Do NOT reveal the surprising climax to your friends!

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