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This is the most complete version available (just over 93 minutes) as this movie was demanded by Bram Stokers widow to be destroyed after winning 2 lawsuits in the mid & late 1920's. Tinted scenes and beautiful quality. I have seen the current version here at archive.org and decided to post this one as it is of much better video quality, although the music is a nit hokey. Enjoy this classic horror with the very creepy Max Schrek as the (IMHO) best vampire ever to waltz across the silver screen.

From IMDb: A mad scientist changes his simple-minded handyman into a werewolf in order to prove his supposedly crazy scientific theories - and exact revenge. Isn't that always the way? Stars: Johnny Downs, George Zucco, Anne Nagel, and Glenn Strange The 916MB MPEG4 file here was derived from the 3.8GB MPEG2 file found on this page. The reason being to provide a quality copy in a smaller size for downloading.

From IMDb: A young man turns to a witch doctor to lure the woman he loves away from her fiance, but instead turns her into a zombie slave. Hopefully you will find the sound quality better on this one.

Written and directed by Francis Ford Coppola, this horror film depicts a strange family, complete with insanity and axe murders. This film scared the hell out of me as a kid.

With a runtime of 65 minutes this is the most complete version presently available. The other version here at IA is 9 minutes shorter with a 56 minute runtime. Illicit lust, voodoo and a South American werebeast. (Okay, so it's a guy in a gorilla suit.) Stars uber-blonde Barbara Payton and Raymond Burr, supported by Lon Chaney and Tom Conway Directed by Curt Siodmak Released in 1951 a.k.a. "The Face in the Water"

The Phantom Carriage (Swedish: Körkarlen) is a 1921 Swedish romantic horror film, generally considered to be one of the central works in the history of Swedish cinema. Released on New Year's Day, it was directed by and starred Victor Sjöström, alongside Hilda Borgström, Tore Svennberg and Astrid Holm.[1] It is based on the novel Thy Soul Shall Bear Witness! (Körkarlen; 1912), by Nobel-prize winning Swedish author Selma Lagerlöf.

"With These Zombie Eyes he rendered her powerless - With This Zombie Grip he made her perform his every desire!" This is a slightly clearer print that the ones already available on the Internet Archive. Copyright Status: PUBLIC DOMAIN Registered for copyright in 1932 WHITE ZOMBIE. Presented by Amusement Securities Corporation. 1932. 8 reels. Credits: Producer, Edward Halperin; director, Victor Halperin; story and dialogue,Garnett Weston. © United Artists Corp.; 1Aug32; LP3357. NO RENEWALS FOUND

Seymour Krelboin is a hapless sap working in a skid row flower shop. He loves coworker Audrey Fulquard, but is close to losing his job. Luckily, he discovers a new plant, and brings the sickly specimen to work, which impresses both Audrey and his boss, Gravis Mushnick. Mushnick makes Seymour's job contingent on the survival of the plant. While Seymour works on this, he discovers the plant responds to blood. Oh, and it talks! It tells him it needs more blood to thrive, and Seymour sets about the gruesome business of providing it.

A young alien (David Love) falls for a pretty teenage Earth girl (Dawn Anderson) and they team up to try to stop the plans of his invading cohorts. NOTE: This is the MPEG2 (and derivative versions). An AVI version is available here.

Taken from IMDB: A rich but unscrupulous old woman plots with a scientist to have her brain implanted in the skull of a sexy young woman.

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