12 Creature Features DVD


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Scare up some fun in this thrilling and chilling movie collection featuring a dozen of the craziest and zaniest creature features throughout motion picture history!

From fire-breathing flying turtles (Gamera) to beauty-queens transforming into menacing winged wasps, fans of kitschy cult classic drive-in fare will certainly enjoy over 16 hours of monster madness. Includes: The Creeping Terror, Gamera the Invincible, The Crater Lake Monster, Attack of the Monsters, Bride of the Gorilla, Horror High, Horror of the Zombies, The Wasp Woman, The Horrors of Spider Island, Kong Island, Land of the Minotaur and Snowbeast.


Attack of the Monsters
(1969) Color Not Rated
Starring Nobuhiro Kajima, Miyuki Akiyama, Christopher Murphy
Two young boys board a flying saucer and are whisked to a planet on the far side of the sun, opposite of the Earth. When they land, they are taken by two female aliens who plan on eating their brains. Help arrives for the boys in the form of Gamera, their favorite monster, who battles the alien’s monster Guiron in order to rescue the boys and prevent the aliens from invading the Earth.

Bride of the Gorilla
(1951) B&W Not Rated
Starring Raymond Burr, Barbara Payton, Tom Conway
Raymond Burr (Perry Mason) stars as Barney Chavez, a plantation manager working deep in the South American jungle. Barney has a yen for the beautiful wife of his employer, and decides to murder the old man to have her for himself. Unfortunately for Barney a native sorcerer witnesses the crime, and puts a curse on him that transforms him by night into a murderous gorilla.

The Crater Lake Monster
(1977) Color Rated PG
Starring Richard Cardella, Glenn Roberts, Mark Siegel
Crater Lake, Oregon is the site of a meteor landing that causes a long-buried dinosaur egg to hatch. The creature quietly stalks the countryside and finds the locals as a good food source. The mysterious deaths confound the authorities until the dinosaur finally reveals his presence to the townspeople.

The Creeping Terror
(1964) B&W Not Rated
Starring Vic Savage, Shannon O’Neal, William Thourlby
A spacecraft lands in a remote area outside of a small California town and a hideous creature emerges which begins to devour members of the local community. The newlywed sheriff discovers the victims and is stunned when the killer is revealed to be the alien creature. Our hero must now put a stop to the rampaging monster before anyone else fall victim to the alien.

Gamera the Invincible
(1966) B&W Not Rated
Starring Albert Dekker, Brian Donlevy, Diane Findlay
After the atomic bombs carried by a shot-down Soviet bomber explode in the Artic, the creature Gammera is released from his hibernation. The giant prehistoric turtle proceeds on a path to Tokyo and destroys anything in his path. The military and the scientific community rush to find a means to stop this monster before Tokyo is laid to waste.

Horror High
(1974) Color Rated PG
Starring Pat Cardi, Rosie Holotik, Austin Stoker
A brilliant but socially awkward high school science student is the butt of jokes from his classmates and teachers. His chemical experiments lead him to discover a potent yet dangerous drug that unleashes violent tendencies in those who take it. After suffering long enough, the student uses his newly discovered drug to help him exact his revenge.

Horror of the Zombies
(1974) Color Rated R
Starring Maria Perschy, Jack Taylor, Barbara Rey
A yachtsman and his group are searching for some missing women when they come across a fogenshrouded Spanish galleon drifting at sea. Boarding the ancient vessel to look for the missing women, the group stumbles upon a horrifying discovery. Aboard the ship are the undead legions of the Knights Templar, who are cursed to roam the Earth to plague the living and consume the flesh of their victims.

Horrors of Spider Island
(1960) B&W Not Rated
Starring Harald Maresch, Helga Franck, Alexander D'Arcy
An airplane enroute to Singapore carries with it a group of female dancers and their manager but unfortunately crash lands in the ocean somewhere in the South Pacific. Having survived the crash, the dancers and their manager make their way to an uncharted island where they set up residence and spend their days lounging around and skinny dipping. When the manager is bitten by a strange spider, he is transformed into a spider-like man beast and begins stalking the dancers.

Kong Island
(1968) Color Not Rated
Starring Brad Harris, Esmeralda Barros, Adriana Alben
A diabolical team of scientists land on Kong Island determined to implant devices in the brains of the gorilla population that will transform them into an unstoppable army. Their plan for world domination runs off the tracks when a descendant of King Kong arrives and the mayhem begins.

Land of the Minotaur
(1976) Color Rated PG
Starring Donald Pleasence, Peter Cushing, Luna Peters
A small Greek village is the last known place where a group of youths were last seen while they looked for a hidden temple dedicated to the Minotaur. A Catholic priest and a New York police detective team up to search for the missing youth and uncover a terrifying cult devoted to sacrificing their victims to the Minotaur. Will our heroes be in time to save the youths from their sacrificial fate? A Satanic cult kidnaps three young tourists with the intent of murdering them as ritual sacrifices. A priest and another man are the only hope these kidnapped victims have from facing the menace of the cult and their horrific monster they worship!

(1977) Color Not Rated
Starring Bo Svenson, Yvette Mimieux, Clint Walker
A Colorado ski resort is the center of a winter carnival celebration but something threatens to interrupt the festivities. Skiers have been found brutally slain out on the ski runs, torn apart by what appears to have been a wild animal. After eyewitnesses confirm what appears to be a large human-like creature leaving the scene of the latest attack, it becomes apparent to some that this is something more than a bear attack. While some people wish to warn the public and cancel the festival, there are others with a financial stake who wishes to continue the carnival no matter what the risk to the public.

The Wasp Woman
(1960) B&W Not Rated
Starring Susan Cabot, Anthony Eisley, Barboura Morris
The aging owner of a cosmetics company has been working with a questionable scientist on a beauty formula based upon queen bee secretions. Insisting that she be the first to try the formula, she is transformed into a remarkably younger and more vibrant looking woman. Unfortunately, the formula has side effects that cause her to eventually transform into a human wasp than preys upon its victims at night.