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Chilling, thrilling and full of killing! Prepare yourself for a second blood drenched sample slice of the legendary Hammer House of Horror.Collected together are three sinister sixties shockers accompanied by all-new exclusive special features and a sixteen page collectors booklet.SHADOW OF THE CAT (1961)The most shocking SUSPENSE-THRILLER of the year!From horror maestro John Gilling (Plague of Zombies) comes one of the most unusual revenge thrillers of the 1960s.After masterminding the murder of a wealthy old woman, her husband, manservant and housekeeper assume they have gotten away scot-free. Unbeknownst to them, there is a witness to the crime - the woman's beloved house cat.Once placid and gentle, the pet transforms into a ferocious feline hell bent on revenge, planning elaborate ways to take out the treacherous trio of fortune hunters one-by-one.Starring beloved Hammer Horror Queen Barbara Shelley and boasting elaborate 'cat attacks' (including death by quicksand, staircase and roof cave-in), this macabre tale stands proudly as one of the studio's most inspired "Old Dark House" thrillers and "a fascinating and suspenseful creepie" (Kinematograph Weekly).NIGHT CREATURES (1962)New heights in SUSPENSE!Legendary terror titan Peter Cushing stars alongside fellow Hammer heavyweights Oliver Reed and Yvonne Romain in this atmospheric chiller from the famed 'House of Horror'.When British Naval officer Captain Collier (Patrick Allen) is called to a small coastal village to investigate reports of illegal smuggling, he discovers that the town is being terrorized by 'marsh phantoms' - ghostly spectres who appear on dark misty nights striking fear into all who cross their path.Based on the classic tale of DR. SYN, and boasting Hammer's tried and true formula (a violent cocktail of torture, brutality, murder, and grave robbing) NIGHT CREATURES delivers the ultimate mix of swashbuckling adventure and blood curdling horror. PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1962)The greatest THRILL CLASSIC of all time!Gaston Leroux's classic tale of a hideously disfigured composer exacting bloody revenge on a malicious theatre impresario gets the Hammer studio makeover courtesy of famed horror helmer Terence Fisher (The Curse of Frankenstein).Operating from a secret underground lair, the ghostly Phantom (Herbert Lom) will stop at nothing to sabotage the latest opera from Ambrose D'Arcy (Michael Gough) - including murder, arson and kidnapping the leading lady!Boasting grisly set pieces (including a rat catcher being brutally despatched by a dwarf!), Hammer once again revamped a classic from the Universal studio vaults and delivered their most lavish and expensive production to date.Dripping with thrills, chills and "lush spookery" (Films and Filming), THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA is a haunting tale of love, tragedy and savage retribution.EXTRASSHADOW OF THE CATNEW! Audio Commentary by author and film historian Alan Jones and Dark Side magazine publisher Allan BryceNEW! Author and film historian Kim Newman discusses director John GillingNEW! HAMMER HOUSE OF PODCAST: SHADOW OF THE CATStills galleryTrailerNIGHT CREATURESNEW! Audio Commentary by author and film historian Alan Jones and Dark Side magazine publisher Allan BryceNEW! Author and film historian Kim Newman discusses Hammer's swashbuckler genreNEW! HAMMER HOUSE OF PODCAST: CAPTAIN CLEGG aka NIGHT CREATURESStills galleryTrailerPHANTOM OF THE OPERANEW! Audio Commentary by English Gothic author Jonathan Rigby and Encyclopedia of Fantastic Film & Television editor Kevin LyonsNEW - Author and film historian Kim Newman discusses director Terence FisherNEW - HAMMER HOUSE OF PODCAST: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERAStills galleryTrailer
Chilling, thrilling and full of killing! Prepare yourself for a second blood drenched sample slice of the legendary Hammer House of Horror.Collected together are three sinister sixties shockers accompanied by all-new exclusive special features and a sixteen page collectors booklet.SHADOW OF THE CAT (1961)The most shocking SUSPENSE-THRILLER of the year!From horror maestro John Gilling (Plague of Zombies) comes one of the most unusual revenge thrillers of the 1960s.After masterminding the murder of a wealthy old woman, her husband, manservant and housekeeper assume they have gotten away scot-free. Unbeknownst to them, there is a witness to the crime - the woman's beloved house cat.Once placid and gentle, the pet transforms into a ferocious feline hell bent on revenge, planning elaborate ways to take out the treacherous trio of fortune hunters one-by-one.Starring beloved Hammer Horror Queen Barbara Shelley and boasting elaborate 'cat attacks' (including death by quicksand, staircase and roof cave-in), this macabre tale stands proudly as one of the studio's most inspired "Old Dark House" thrillers and "a fascinating and suspenseful creepie" (Kinematograph Weekly).NIGHT CREATURES (1962)New heights in SUSPENSE!Legendary terror titan Peter Cushing stars alongside fellow Hammer heavyweights Oliver Reed and Yvonne Romain in this atmospheric chiller from the famed 'House of Horror'.When British Naval officer Captain Collier (Patrick Allen) is called to a small coastal village to investigate reports of illegal smuggling, he discovers that the town is being terrorized by 'marsh phantoms' - ghostly spectres who appear on dark misty nights striking fear into all who cross their path.Based on the classic tale of DR. SYN, and boasting Hammer's tried and true formula (a violent cocktail of torture, brutality, murder, and grave robbing) NIGHT CREATURES delivers the ultimate mix of swashbuckling adventure and blood curdling horror. PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1962)The greatest THRILL CLASSIC of all time!Gaston Leroux's classic tale of a hideously disfigured composer exacting bloody revenge on a malicious theatre impresario gets the Hammer studio makeover courtesy of famed horror helmer Terence Fisher (The Curse of Frankenstein).Operating from a secret underground lair, the ghostly Phantom (Herbert Lom) will stop at nothing to sabotage the latest opera from Ambrose D'Arcy (Michael Gough) - including murder, arson and kidnapping the leading lady!Boasting grisly set pieces (including a rat catcher being brutally despatched by a dwarf!), Hammer once again revamped a classic from the Universal studio vaults and delivered their most lavish and expensive production to date.Dripping with thrills, chills and "lush spookery" (Films and Filming), THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA is a haunting tale of love, tragedy and savage retribution.EXTRASSHADOW OF THE CATNEW! Audio Commentary by author and film historian Alan Jones and Dark Side magazine publisher Allan BryceNEW! Author and film historian Kim Newman discusses director John GillingNEW! HAMMER HOUSE OF PODCAST: SHADOW OF THE CATStills galleryTrailerNIGHT CREATURESNEW! Audio Commentary by author and film historian Alan Jones and Dark Side magazine publisher Allan BryceNEW! Author and film historian Kim Newman discusses Hammer's swashbuckler genreNEW! HAMMER HOUSE OF PODCAST: CAPTAIN CLEGG aka NIGHT CREATURESStills galleryTrailerPHANTOM OF THE OPERANEW! Audio Commentary by English Gothic author Jonathan Rigby and Encyclopedia of Fantastic Film & Television editor Kevin LyonsNEW - Author and film historian Kim Newman discusses director Terence FisherNEW - HAMMER HOUSE OF PODCAST: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERAStills galleryTrailer
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Hammer Horror 2: Shadow of the / Night Creatures - Hammer Horror 2: Shadow Of The / Night Creatures

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Rel. Date: 01/26/2024
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Hammer Horror 2: Shadow Of The / Night Creatures
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Chilling, thrilling and full of killing! Prepare yourself for a second blood drenched sample slice of the legendary Hammer House of Horror.Collected together are three sinister sixties shockers accompanied by all-new exclusive special features and a sixteen page collectors booklet.SHADOW OF THE CAT (1961)The most shocking SUSPENSE-THRILLER of the year!From horror maestro John Gilling (Plague of Zombies) comes one of the most unusual revenge thrillers of the 1960s.After masterminding the murder of a wealthy old woman, her husband, manservant and housekeeper assume they have gotten away scot-free. Unbeknownst to them, there is a witness to the crime - the woman's beloved house cat.Once placid and gentle, the pet transforms into a ferocious feline hell bent on revenge, planning elaborate ways to take out the treacherous trio of fortune hunters one-by-one.Starring beloved Hammer Horror Queen Barbara Shelley and boasting elaborate 'cat attacks' (including death by quicksand, staircase and roof cave-in), this macabre tale stands proudly as one of the studio's most inspired "Old Dark House" thrillers and "a fascinating and suspenseful creepie" (Kinematograph Weekly).NIGHT CREATURES (1962)New heights in SUSPENSE!Legendary terror titan Peter Cushing stars alongside fellow Hammer heavyweights Oliver Reed and Yvonne Romain in this atmospheric chiller from the famed 'House of Horror'.When British Naval officer Captain Collier (Patrick Allen) is called to a small coastal village to investigate reports of illegal smuggling, he discovers that the town is being terrorized by 'marsh phantoms' - ghostly spectres who appear on dark misty nights striking fear into all who cross their path.Based on the classic tale of DR. SYN, and boasting Hammer's tried and true formula (a violent cocktail of torture, brutality, murder, and grave robbing) NIGHT CREATURES delivers the ultimate mix of swashbuckling adventure and blood curdling horror. PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1962)The greatest THRILL CLASSIC of all time!Gaston Leroux's classic tale of a hideously disfigured composer exacting bloody revenge on a malicious theatre impresario gets the Hammer studio makeover courtesy of famed horror helmer Terence Fisher (The Curse of Frankenstein).Operating from a secret underground lair, the ghostly Phantom (Herbert Lom) will stop at nothing to sabotage the latest opera from Ambrose D'Arcy (Michael Gough) - including murder, arson and kidnapping the leading lady!Boasting grisly set pieces (including a rat catcher being brutally despatched by a dwarf!), Hammer once again revamped a classic from the Universal studio vaults and delivered their most lavish and expensive production to date.Dripping with thrills, chills and "lush spookery" (Films and Filming), THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA is a haunting tale of love, tragedy and savage retribution.EXTRASSHADOW OF THE CATNEW! Audio Commentary by author and film historian Alan Jones and Dark Side magazine publisher Allan BryceNEW! Author and film historian Kim Newman discusses director John GillingNEW! HAMMER HOUSE OF PODCAST: SHADOW OF THE CATStills galleryTrailerNIGHT CREATURESNEW! Audio Commentary by author and film historian Alan Jones and Dark Side magazine publisher Allan BryceNEW! Author and film historian Kim Newman discusses Hammer's swashbuckler genreNEW! HAMMER HOUSE OF PODCAST: CAPTAIN CLEGG aka NIGHT CREATURESStills galleryTrailerPHANTOM OF THE OPERANEW! Audio Commentary by English Gothic author Jonathan Rigby and Encyclopedia of Fantastic Film & Television editor Kevin LyonsNEW - Author and film historian Kim Newman discusses director Terence FisherNEW - HAMMER HOUSE OF PODCAST: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERAStills galleryTrailer
        
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