3 Classic Horrors of the Silver Screen: Volume 2

  |  Buy to Own: 01/11/2004
  |  218 min
Rated TBC by the BBFC


Three classic horror films. In Roger Corman's low-budget classic 'A Bucket of Blood' (1959) Dick Miller stars as a coffee-bar waiter who receives acclaim as an artist for his amazing true-to-life sculptures. Little do his admirers know that he only achieves his realistic effects by murdering his models and covering them in clay. In 'House on Haunted Hill' (1959) Vincent Price makes an offer of $10,000 to anyone who will spend the night in his haunted mansion, whilst 'Ghoul' (1934) features horror stalwart Boris Karloff as a mortally ill obsessed Egyptologist who demands to be buried with a sacred artefact bound to his hand, and swears vengeance from beyond the grave should anyone try to remove it.