Wednesday, September 26, 2007

From Beyond the Grave (NEWS)

Pre-code horror fans take note, From Beyond the Grave (1973) is now on DVD! It's a great anthology horror film adapted from four classic short stories by R. Chetwynd-Hayes about a sinister antique dealer and the fate that befalls his customers who try to cheat him. Stars Peter Cushing, Diana Dors, Donald Pleasence, and David Warner.

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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Awesome news! I haven't seen this in years!!!

Anonymous said...

never heard of it but it sounds good

The Fiji Mermaid said...

Great blog, I just happened to come across it looking for some other blog. I'll have to look through all these comics now.

Karswell said...

Welcome aboard Fiji Mermaid!

Dr.Phibes said...

Yes, I'm getting this too. It is part of a Twisted Terror collection.

Karswell said...

It's available seperately though too.

Dr.Phibes said...

Correct. It is available seperately. There is a Universal Horror set out next Tuesday at Best Buy.

The “Universal Horror: Classic Movie Archive” set will include MAN-MADE MONSTER, HORROR ISLAND, CAPTIVE WILD WOMAN, NIGHT MONSTER and THE BLACK CAT (1941)

Yes, I'll buy this too. It's a good thing that being an evil doctor/concert organist pays well.

Karswell said...

Yet another box set that makes me sing, "One of these things, doesn't belong here..." surely (and don't call me Shirley) they could have found something better than Captive Wild Women to add here! How about The Mad Ghoul instead?

Dr.Phibes said...

How about The Uninvited?

Anonymous said...

How about DR. TERRORS HOUSE OF HORRORS?,i'd kill to get that on DVD instead of my shitty vhs copy,oh yeah,and as for CAPTIVE WILD WOMAN,i think critics who bash the "HOUSE OF" and James Whale's(??!!heresy!) movies as the worst universal films,should reconsider if they've never seen it.and as for FBTG,it's great!Donald Pleasence deserves to rank with Karloff,Price and the others as a horror god(if he doesn't already).

Karswell said...

I don't hate Captive Women, it just seems like it would fit better with a jungle horror collection, after all Captive Women did have two sequels.

Dr Terror is awesome too, I agree... I'm sure it won't be long before it's available. I'm waiting for a Burn Witch Burn DVD!

Karswell said...

>How about The Uninvited?

Too classy for this collection.