Fox Horror Classics
Few film directors have mastered the art of suspense, thrills and intriguing plot twists the way that John Brahm has. This riveting DVD set contains three of Brahm's noir classics that'll send shivers up the backs of enthralled film lovers everywhere!
Many consider Brahm's 1944 remake of the Hitchcock silent film about Jack the Ripper to be better than the original! After a mysterious young man named Slade (Laird Cregar) rents a London flat, a murder spree begins nearby. Yet Kitty (Merle Oberon), an ingenue, ignores warnings about the crimes - or the man who may have committed them, and she soon becomes Slade's object of obsession in this pulse-pounder that "packs an unsettling punch." (At-A-Glance Film Reviews).
Laird Cregar gives a "staggering nightmarish performance" (Ozus World Movie Reviews) as an amnesiac London composer named George Harvey Bone learns that a murder occurred when he suffered a blackout, he worries that he may be the murderer. Although a Scotland Yard report proves his innocence, when he is betrayed by a pub singer (Linda Darnell), Bone's murderous streak reveals itself after al. Also starring George Sanders, Hangover Square is a psychological chiller you won't soon forget.
The Undying Monster
When Helga Hammond (Heather Angel) hears about a legend whereby a male member of her family is about to be sacrificed every few years, she discounts the legend as nonsense. But when Helga's brother Oliver (John Howard) is attacked by a horrific beast that is part man and part wolf, it appears that the legend is true. When a Scotland Yard inspector (James Ellison) investigates the link between the werewolf and the family, he discovers an even more shocking truth!