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The Best of the Worst: 12 Shocking Films So Bad, They're Good!
Format: DVD Genre: Horror, Cult
The Best of the Worst: 12 Shocking Films So Bad, They're Good!

The Best of the Worst: 12 Shocking Films So Bad, They're Good!

Format: DVD Genre: Horror, Cult
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Three-disc set includes:

The Ape Man (1943)

Bela Lugosi is the doctor monkeying around with the forces of Nature, only to turn into a rampaging man-beast in this low-budget shocker from William "One Shot" Beaudine ("Billy the Kid vs. Dracula"). 64 min. BW/Rtg: NR

Unknown World (1951)

Fearful of the threat of a global atomic war, a group of scientists build a drilling vehicle and journey inside the Earth in search of safety. Offbeat sci-fi tale stars Bruce Kellogg, Victor Killian. 73 min. BW/Rtg: NR

Mesa Of Lost Women (1953)

A feast for bad movie buffs, as Jackie (Uncle Fester) Coogan plays the mad Dr. Araña, whose experiments on a Mexican mountain result in giant tarantulas, killer dwarves, and savage "spider women." Wallopin' websnappers! Look for stars like Dolores Fuller ("Glen or Glenda"), George Barrows ("Robot Monster") and Angelo Rossitto. From Ron Ormond. 69 min. BW/Rtg: NR

The Incredible Petrified World (1959)

A band of explorers led by John Carradine, Phyllis Coates, and Robert Clarke are trapped in a diving bell while looking into the potential of using a food supply on the ocean floor. The group discovers a spectacular underwater cave connected to tunnels, but where do they lead? Interesting environmental sci-fi from Jerry Warren ("The Wild World of Batwoman"). 66 min. BW/Rtg: NR

The Amazing Transparent Man (1960)

Sci-fi shocker from Edgar G. Ulmer concerning a crazed scientist who, hoping to create the perfect henchman, renders a crook invisible. Unfortunately, the unseen underling has dastardly plans of his own! "Futuristic" sets courtesy of the Texas State Fair; Douglas Kennedy, Marguerite Chapman star. 58 min. BW/Rtg: NR

The Beast Of Yucca Flats (1961)

You'll really ``yuc'' it up at this hilarious sci-fi turkey starring the legendary Tor Johnson as a Russian scientist who gets caught up in an A-bomb blast and becomes a cave-dwelling wildman ("Tor not like nuclear proliferation!"). With Douglas Mellor, Barbara Francis, and off-screen narration à la "The Creeping Terror." 54 min. BW/Rtg: NR

Eegah (1962)

Richard Kiel (007 foe "Jaws") cuts a fine figure in this deliciously bad spin on the "Beauty and the Beast" theme. Kiel, in the title role, is a million-year-old caveman living in modern California, who kidnaps an adventurer and his teenage daughter, with whom Kiel falls in love. She must then play along with Eegah until her boyfriend can attempt a rescue. Action, romance, and rock 'n' roll pervade this release from producer Arch Hall, Sr. Marilyn Manning and Arch Hall, Jr., co-star. 92 min. C/Rtg: NR

Dementia 13 (1963)

Rather than come clean about her husband's abrupt death, a gold digger (Luana Anders) heads to his Irish ancestral family castle to make sure that her spot in the will of his eccentric noblewoman mother (Eithne Dunne) is secure. As she becomes steeped in the strange obsessions of her dysfunctional in-laws, the homestead finds itself stalked by an ax-wielding killer. Moody early career effort from Francis Ford Coppola co-stars William Campbell, Patrick Magee, Mary Mitchel. 75 min. BW/Rtg: NR

The Terror (1963)

When "The Raven" finished shooting three days early, a thrifty Roger Corman used the cast and sets for this surprisingly effective chiller. Jack Nicholson plays a lieutenant in Napoleon's army who is haunted by a mysterious woman in mad baron Boris Karloff's sinister castle. With (Nicholson's then-wife) Sandra Knight and the great Dick Miller. 79 min. C/Rtg: NR

The Atomic Brain (1964)

A wealthy woman employs a scientist to transfer her brain from its aging body into that of one of three young women lured to her mansion. The bizarre experiments so far, however, have resulted in killer dog-men and a ferocious cat-woman. Frank Gerstle, Erica Peters star. 72 min. BW/Rtg: NR

Manos: The Hands Of Fate (1966)

A vacationing family becomes the unwilling guests of a strange cult consisting of the caftaned "Master," his bevy of jealous wives, and a quirky handyman named Torgo in this bizarre low-budget chiller shot in El Paso, Texas. Writer/director Hal Warren stars, along with Tom Neyman, Diane Mahree, and John Reynolds as Torgo. 69 min. C/Rtg: NR

Track Of The Moon Beast (1976)

Even a young mineralogist who is pure of heart and says his prayers by night, may become a bloodthirsty killer reptile when he is struck by meteor fragments fallen to Earth and the autumn moon is bright. Does a Native American legend hold the key to stopping the man-beast's deadly rampage? Chase Cordell, Leigh Drake, and Gregorio Sala star in this sci-fi-flavored shocker; monster make-up by Rick Baker. 81 min. C/Rtg: PG

Standard; Soundtrack: English.

Studio: Mill Creek Ent
Number of Discs: 3
Release Date: 8/20/2013
Item #: 796913X
UPC #: 683904531162
SKU #: D17530
Attributes: 3 Pack
Product Type: DVD
Rating: NR
Closed Caption: No

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