Thursday, 8 September 2011

The home of Horror... Universal Pictures (UK) Ltd presents...

  This Autumn almost 100 years since the studio made its very first horror films; Universal unveils some of its iconic titles in a new collection of Blu-ray and DVD releases – available from 3rd October 2011.
·         cid:image002.png@01CC6CA3.2BA82290The Best of Cult Sci-Fi
·         The Best of Cult Sci-Fi is a collection of some of the most instantly recognisable and most-watched cult horror films on this planet. From alien invasions to radiation disasters, this four film box set is designed to entertain and will make you jump! To coincide with the hotly anticipated theatrical remake of The Thing this December, this box set includes the original 1950s Sci-Fi classic The Thing From Another World (1951), plus other must-own moviesCreature From The Black Lagoon (1954), The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957) and It Came From Outer Space (1953).The box set comes packed with a wealth of bone chilling bonus features including commentaries and featurettes. RRP: £19.99
·         The Best of Classic Horror
·         cid:image004.png@01CC6CA3.2BA82290Some of the greatest horror actors of all time appear in this incredible gothic gore DVD collection. The great Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney and Elsa Lanchester, as the mesmerising and beautiful bride of Frankenstein, appear as some of the scariest characters on film.  A must for every fan, this boxset of four iconic horror films is a nail-biting round-up of some of Universal’s most memorable all-time horror movies – Frankenstein (1931), Dracula (1931), Bride of Frankenstein (1935) and The Wolfman (1941). With an array of special features spread across the discs the Best of Classic Horror is the perfect Halloween purchase.
·         9032359-11_3d Packshots_R0 Also available as single DVDs is a range of newly released Classic Universal titles including House of Dracula, Frankenstein Meets The Wolfman and The Creature From The Black LagoonBOX SET RRP: £19.99, SINGLE DVD RRP: XXX

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