img-book
Category:

70s Terror Collection

4 Horror Movies on 4 DVDs!
Ruby, Young Hannah Queen of the Vampires, Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things, Don’t Open The Door

$19.99



About This Film
Overview

Ruby – Available in a new digital film transfer from the original 35mm negative and in the restored, director’s theatrical cut. She’s sweet sixteen and her mama (Piper Laurie – the mother in the horror classic Carrie) wants to send her away. The deaf-mute daughter retaliates by calling up the spirit of her murdered father and in one terrifying night of horror, he exacts his revenge.

1977 | 85 min | Color | 1.85:1/Widescreen | Dolby Digital | All Region | Rated R

Special Features:

  • Contains the original theatrical trailer
  • Motion Menu
  • Commentary with Director Curtis Harrington & Actress Piper Laurie
  • Interview with Curtis Harrington by Film Critic David Del Valle
  • Photo Gallery
  • Director’s Theatrical Cut

Young Hannah Queen of the Vampires – This is the uncut, widescreen version of this Euro-horror classic, aka: CRYPT OF THE LIVING DEAD. Welcome to Vampire Island, a quaint, out-of-the-way spot whose leading citizen is known for her winning, toothy smile… and odd dining habits. Released from her crypt after 700 years of entombment, the ravenous bloodsucker displays an undiminished zest for life… Anybody’s life. The son of the man who inadvertently released the undead terror from the tomb, finds he has a great deal to contend with (“She’s smart… 700 years smart,” he observes gloomily) in this tale of terror.

1972 | 87 min | Color | 1.85:1/Widescreen | Dolby Digital | All Region | Rated PG

Special Features:

  • Biographies
  • Bonus Horror Trailers

Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things – Led by a mean-spirited director, Alan (Alan Ormsby), a theater troupe travels by boat to a small island graveyard for buried criminals. Using a grimoire, Alan begins a séance to raise the dead. The group finds more than they bargained for when the dead return from their graves, forcing the troupe to take refuge in an old abandoned caretaker’s house. Can they stay put until daylight against the undead onslaught, or do they flee into the pitch black night? Will anyone survive? ….Muhah hahahh!

1972 | 87 min | Color | 1.85:1/Anamorphic | Dolby Digital 2.0 | All Region | Rated PG

Special Features:

  • All New Commentary with Alan Ormsby, Jane Daly and Anya Cronin
  • “Memories of Bob Clark” – A tribute to the late Director
  • Grindhouse Q&A
  • Confessions of a Grave Digger – Interview with Ken Goch
  • Photo Gallery
  • “Dead Girls Don’t Say No” – Music Video by The Deadthings
  • “Cemetery Mary” – Music Video by The Deadthings
  • A Tribute Video to CHILDREN SHOULDN’T PLAY WITH DEAD THINGS  – by Freak 13
  • CHILDREN SHOULDN’T PLAY WITH DEAD THINGS Trivia
  • Alan Ormsby Bio
  • Original Theatrical Trailer

Don’t Open The Door – In this effective low-budget cult-classic from director S.F. Brownrigg (Keep My Grave Open, Scum of the Earth, Don’t Look in the Basement), a dutiful granddaughter goes home to take care of her dying grandmother. Once there, she finds herself trapped inside the house with a homicidal maniac and all hell breaks loose.

1979 | 90 min | Color | 1.78:1 | Dolby Digital | All Region | Rated PG

Special Features:

  • Original Theatrical Trailer
  • Horror Trailers
  • Bio on S. F. Brownrigg

Actors

Ruby – Piper Laurie, Stuart Whitman, Janit Baldwin, Roger Davis

Young Hannah Queen of the Vampires – Andrew Prine, Mark Damon, Teresa Gimpera, Patty Sheppard, Frank Brana

Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things – Alan Ormsby, Valerie Mamches, Jeffrey Gillen, Anya Ormsby, Paul Cronin, Jane Daly, Roy Engleman, Robert Philip, Bruce Solomon, Seth Sklarey, Alecs Baird

Don’t Open The Door – Susan Bracken, Larry O’Dwyer, Gene Ross, Jim Harrell, Hugh Feagin, Annabelle Weenick, Joy Popma, Beth Lenzer, Rea McAdams

Directed by

Ruby – Curtis Harrington

Young Hannah Queen of the Vampires – Ray Danton

Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things – Bob Clark

Don’t Open The Door – S.F. Brownrigg

“70s Terror Collection”

There are no reviews yet.