WHITE ZOMBIE: After arriving in Haiti to meet her fiance, a blushing bride-to-be is quickly transformed into a pallid, soulless body by creepy voodoo master Lugosi, at the behest of a jealous rival who desires her. Made for $50,000 in 11 days in 1932, this interesting horror film relies more on visuals and atmosphere than dialogue. One of Lugosi's best films from the classic era of horror. THE CORPSE VANISHES: Bela Lugosi is the evil Dr. Lorenz, a man who has invented a poisoned flower corsage to use on unsuspecting young brides to put them in zombie-like state, abduct them, steal their blood and inject it into his aging wife to keep her young forever. Dr. Lorenz' actions are headed off at the pass by Pat Hunter, an intelligent and beautiful reporter who knows what the sinister man is up to. Will she be his next victim? SCARED TO DEATH: The legendary Bela Lugosi stars in this sub B horror film about a woman who narrates the story of her own death from the morgue. Of interest chiefly because it is only one of two color films Lugosi appeared in, SCARED TO DEATH nonetheless features an excellent performance from its star, and laughable performances by the rest of the cast. Enjoyable for an evening of MS3K inspired viewing.