Thirteen of the most acclaimed directors of horror and suspense have gathered from around the world to tell their darkest dreams in their own distinctive styles. Each film is a stand-alone exercise in terror made by the creative talent behind some of the most horrifying and groundbreaking cinema of all time...They share a mission: To send a chill up your spine. They are the Masters of Horror.This Second Volume of Series 2 contains the final 6 films together with more than 10 hours of Special Features.Includes - We All Scream For Ice Cream; Sounds Like; The Washingtonians; The Damned Thing; Dream Cruise; The V Word
Business blooms at Mushnik's Flower Shop when an exotic potted plant called Audrey II arrives. It turns out to be a carnivorous mean green mother from outer space filling that little shop with lotsa horrors.Little Shop of Horrors first flowered in a low-budget 1960 Roger Corman movie resprouted as a smash 1980 off-Broadway musical and now comes full circle in this 1986 movie musical adaptation of the stage hit with a score by multiple Academy Award winners Alan Menken and Howard Ashman.An all-star cast of comedy pros spreads tentacles of pleasure. And this DVD is packed with new and never-before-seen extras. Special Features: Commentary by Director Frank Oz Outtakes Music Only Track Making Of Featurette
Camp musical sci-fi horror movie spoof The Rocky Horror Picture Show has become - thanks to elaborate audience participation on the midnight movie circuit - the definitive cult film. When bland engaged couple Brad (Barry Bostwick) and Janet (Susan Sarandon) seek shelter after their car breaks down in a storm, they find themselves made welcome in the very weird home of mad scientist Dr Frank N. Furter (Tim Curry), an alien transvestite who is building a monster called Rocky. The film was written by Richard O'Brien, who co-stars as sinister singing butler Riff-Raff, and songs include the immortal 'Time Warp' and 'Sweet Transvestite'. One of the most bizarrely entertaining and satisfying musicals ever made.
Teenage prodigy Victor Frankenstein tells his father of his ambition to go to university in Vienna. The Baron objects so Victor coldly sabotages his shooting rifle The gun explodes in the Baron's face killing him. Victor uses his inheritance to decamp to Vienna. Six years pass and Victor leaves after getting the Dean's daughter pregnant; returning home with fellow student Willhelm he rescues his friend Elizabeth and her father an eminent professor from two highwaymen. He kills one and covertly beheads him. Hidden away from housekeeper and 'bedwarmer' Alys he and Willhelm set about researches into the revival of dead tissue. The grisly career of the notorious Victor Frankenstein has begun...This bold experiment in horror comedy was directed by Jimmy Sangster in 1970 and is one of the most unusual of all the hammer horrors. Ralph Bates stars as the young Victor Frankenstein and Dave Prowse (later to embody Darth Vader in Star Wars) plays his monster.