Between Hurricane Sandy and the Halloween holiday many of us may be spending the next few days inside, so if you still have power, a gas generator or even a computer with a real strong battery here's some free flicks to bide the time!
Our first featured video is Francis Ford Coppola's Dementia 13 with a set courtesy of Roger Corman after a hectic shoot for American International location in Ireland.
This is a great film and is often studied in film classes around the world.
Nosferatu from German wunderkind F.W. Murnau was later remade with Klaus Kinski as the monster and directed by Werner Herzog.
The House On Haunted Hill starring Vincent Price....need I say more? Ok , It 's directed by William Castle (The Tingler) it's a shocker baby!
The Revenge of FrankensteinPeter Cushing in one from Hammer Studios. The Dr. creates another monster in his own image to battle the other monster that still is on a rampage. Oh the humanity!
How Awful About Allan dig Tony Perkins and Julie Harris in a psychologically macabre danse a deux featuring incest, dark family secrets and a father returning from the grave....Spooky!
Hey c'mon it's Halloween had to had a werewolf in here!
Freaks created by Tod Browning this little picture was so horrific that MGM banned it for over three decades. Sideshow love indeed! Jolly Bad what..what...!
The Carnival of Souls...um am i dead or alive..is it Oklahoma or Manhattan ;atmospheric and brilliant cinematic genius from the mind of Herk Harvey who is the mysterious man who haunts the heroine's living dream of death or is it a dying dream of life?
Plan 9 From Outer Space from Ed Wood. The making of this film was the primary plot for the Tim Burton and Johnny Depp tribute to the cross dressing auteur.
The Fourth Dimension
From Vice Magazine and Harmony Korine three different short films on possible life in the fourth dimension, with Val Kilmer.
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