Major score for my inner geek.....

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Major score for my inner geek.....

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So I'm waltzing through Wally-World today with She Who Must Be Obeyed, and my eyes chance to fall upon the bargain DVD bin. And then...it catches my eye: "Vampires & More". Upon looking it over, it is no less than TWENTY ULTRA-CHEESY VINTAGE HORROR FLICKS ON 4 DVD's.

For five bucks.

Included in this collection are George Ramero's original 1968 B&W "Night Of The Living Dead", The 1922 silent film, "Nosferatu", the 1960 Vincent Price classic, "The Last Man On Earth", and a whole host of others!! I was inwardly geekgasming all over the place.
Just read this description of "Count Dracula And His Vampire Bride" and tell me you don't get that warm tingly feeling:
"Count Dracula has developed a deadly strain of bubonic plague and plans to use his Satan-worshipping disciples to release it worldwide. Starring Christopher Lee."

Hell. Yes.
I plan on staying up late with these lil' gems for many nights to come....heheheh.

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Post by serleran »

Great collection. Every time I see those it pisses me off because I wasted all that money buying them the non-collected versions. :(

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Nice score. I'd pretty much watch anything Lee/Dracula movie!
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Post by Treebore »

Good catch! I bought the darn thing when it was still in the $10.00 section.

Got "The Duke" collection at the same time, for $10.00 as well. So I am still happy.

Especially since I saw the same collection, just a tin added, for $49.95 a couple of months ago. In Wal Mart.
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That sounds SUPER COOL ... If I saw something like that, I would have grabbed it up in an instant as well. I must admit I'm now in a quest to find it (it being a copy of the compilation)...

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EDIT - Found it on Amazon !!
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moriarty777 wrote:
That sounds SUPER COOL ... If I saw something like that, I would have grabbed it up in an instant as well. I must admit I'm now in a quest to find it (it being a copy of the compilation)...

Moriarty the Red

EDIT - Found it on Amazon !!

*grins* Just in time for Halloween!
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Post by Jyrdan Fairblade »

Brilliant.

I love those movies.

The Lee/Cushing one is also known as the Satanic Rites of Dracula / Dracula 1972 AD, right?

Living in Pittsburgh, I'm sure it's no surprise that I love Night of the Living Dead. On Halloween, if I'm not out doing something, you can bet I'm watching either that or Dracula (with Bela Lugosi).

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Jyrdan Fairblade wrote:
The Lee/Cushing one is also known as the Satanic Rites of Dracula / Dracula 1972 AD, right?

Hmm...I honestly don't know. Anyone want to chime in on this?

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