Two low-budget horror classics from 1959. In 'A Bucket of Blood', Dick Miller stars as a coffee-bar waiter who receives acclaim as an artist for his amazingly true-to-life sculptures. Little do his admirers know that he achieves his realistic effects by murdering his models and covering them in clay. In 'The Killer Shrews', a scientist develops a chemical that turns the titular rodents into carnivorous wolverines. All well and good, but then a storm allows the furry four-legged killers to escape from the laboratory and all hell breaks loose.