Boo! Did we scare you? As Sheriff Brackett himself famously said, everyone is entitled to one good scare at Halloween. But we can do wayyyyyy better than that! Our Haunted Halloween Sale is bringing you more horror hits for less than ever before, and we think you’ll love these incredible deals that we are scaring up for you. Everything from Universal Monsters favorites to contemporary scarefests are featured in this sale, see for yourself!
After starring in the title role on Broadway, Bela Lugosi became forever identified with the bloodsucking count in director Tod Browning’s Gothic film adaptation. Follow Dracula from his Transylvanian castle to England as he ensnares the unwary in his diabolical schemes. With Dwight Frye, Helen Chandler, Edward Van Sloan.
Based on the novel by Mary Shelley, this classic chiller helped usher in the age of the Universal monsters. When mad scientist Henry Frankenstein (Colin Clive) pieces together body parts taken from various corpses with hopes of creating life, his resulting production (Boris Karloff, in a career-defining performance) demonstrates the consequences of toying with nature. With Mae Clarke, Dwight Frye; directed by James Whale.
He’s rarely seen in this, his film debut, but Claude Rains lends a sinister presence as H.G. Wells’ “out of sight” scientist in this horror/fantasy classic from “Frankenstein” director James Whale. Rains stars as Dr. Jack Griffin, who discovers a formula that can render him invisible. But little does he know that it carries with it a dangerous side effect: It also turns him into a murdering madman. With Gloria Stuart, William Harrigan, and quintessential town biddy Una O’Connor.
One of the all-time classic chillers, with Boris Karloff playing the title role of 3,700-year-old Egyptian high priest Im-Ho-Tep, condemned and buried alive for sacrilege by his people. Brought back to life when an archeological dig uncovers his tomb and a scroll that can revive the dead, Karloff attempts to reunite with the reincarnation of his lost love. Zita Johann, David Manners, Bramwell Fletcher co-star.
Four-disc set includes “The Wolf Man” (1941), “Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man,” “House of Frankenstein,” “House of Dracula,” “Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein,” “Werewolf of London,” and “She-Wolf of London.”
In this Universal horror classic that spawned two sequels, a team of scientists on an expedition down the Amazon to find a link between land and sea animals discovers more than it bargained for in the form of a water-breathing, half-human gillman…and soon the hunters become the hunted! Richard Carlson, Julia Adams, Richard Denning, Whit Bissell star; directed by Jack Arnold. Not in 3D.
John Carpenter’s groundbreaking shocker that opened the floodgates for hundreds of imitators stills packs a scare-raising punch. Fifteen years after being placed in an asylum for killing his sister on Halloween, maniacal Michael Myers escapes and returns to his hometown in search of new victims. Jamie Lee Curtis (her film debut), Donald Pleasence, Nancy Loomis, and P.J. Soles star.
Co-writer/director Mel Brooks’ riotous parody of the Universal horror film classics stars Gene Wilder (who also co-wrote) as Dr. Frederick Frankenstein (pronounced “Fron-ken-steen”), the grandson of the famed mad scientist. After inheriting his family’s estate, the doc decides to follow in his granddad’s footsteps by creating his own hulking, zipper-necked creature (Peter Boyle). With , and Marty Feldman as Igor (pronounced “Eye-gor”).
Director Dan Curtis (“Dark Shadows”) and writers Richard Matheson and William F. Nolan teamed for this unforgettable made-for-TV trio of scary stories, each starring Karen Black in a different role. First, “Julie” is a college English teacher being blackmailed by a student. Then, what is the secret behind feuding twin sisters “Millicent and Therese”? And, a woman is stalked by a living African fetish doll, in “Amelia.” With Robert Burton, Gregory Harrison, John Karlen, George Gaynes.
In the tradition of “Shaun of the Dead,” this fun-filled mix of horror, comedy, and action focuses on two guys (Woody Harrelson and Jesse Eisenberg) and two girls (Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin) who are trying to survive in an America infested with the undead. The foursome must trek across a zombie-laden landscape to make it to a Los Angeles amusement park rumored to be a safe zone, encountering famed actor Bill Murray (as himself) along the way. Amber Heard, Mike White co-star.