During the 60s and 70s, Britain's Amicus Studios were one of the world's leading producers of low-budget horror movies.
Boasting spine-chilling suspense, lurid titles, graphic violence, stellar casts and slick production values, Amicus rivaled Hammer Films in popularity with worldwide hits such as 'Tales From The Crypt' and 'From Beyond The Grave'.
Asylum (1972): From author Robert Bloch (Psycho) comes the ultimate in twisted psych-ward terror!
The Beast Must Die (1974): Part horror film, part campy supernatural murder mystery. Peter Cushing jheads a stellar cast in this beastly chiller.
And Now The Screaming Starts! (1973): A beautiful young virginal bride is attacked on her wedding night by an eyeless, one-armed ghost!
The House That Dripped Blood (1970): The bizarre disappearance of a horror film star (Jon Pertwee, TV's Doctor Who) is the latest in a string of gruesome events connected to a ghostly old house.
The City of The Dead (1960): An eager young co-ed with a taste for the occult is sent to Massachussetts to research local witchcraft legends with grizzly results. A long lost horror classic, never-before-released!
Dr. Terror's House of Horrors (1965): Dr. Schreck's ominous tarot deck inspires sinister occult tales featuring vengeful werewolfs, voodoo curses, vampires and severed hands.
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