Classic Monster Collection

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Classic Monster Collection



Although there have been numerous screen versions of Bram Stoker's classic tale, none is more enduring than the 1931 original. The ominous portrayal of Count Dracula by Bela Lugosi, combined with horror specialist director Tod Browning, help to create the film's eerie mood. Dracula remains a masterpiece not only of the genre, but for all time. (Includes The Restored Version, New Music By Philip Glass (5.0 Dolby Surround) and The Original Spanish Version (2.0 Dolby Mono / English Subtitles))

Frankenstein (1931)

Boris Karloff stars as the screen's most memorable monster in what many consider to be the greatest horror film ever made. Dr. Frankenstein (Colin Clive) dares to tamper with life and death by creating a human monster (Karloff) out of lifeless body parts.

The Mummy (1932)

Boris Karloff's legendary performance has become a landmark in the annals of screen history. As the mummy, Im-Ho-Tep, he is accidentally revived after 3,700 years by a team of British archaeologists. It is revealed in a flashback that he was a high priest, embalmed alive for trying to revive the vestal virgin whom he loved, after she had been sacrificed. Alive again, he sets out to find his lost love.

The Invisible Man (1933)

Claude Rains delivers a remarkable performance in his screen debut as a mysterious doctor who discovers a serum that makes him invisible. Covered by bandages and dark glasses, Rains arrives at a small English village and attempts to hide his amazing discovery. But the same drug which renders him invisible slowly drives him to commit acts of unspeakable terror.

The Bride Of Frankenstein (1935)

One of the most popular horror classics of all time and an acclaimed sequel to the original Frankenstein. The legendary Boris Karloff reprises his role as the screen's most misunderstood monster who now longs for a mate of his own. Colin Clive is back as the overly ambitious Dr. Frankenstein, who creates the ill-fated bride (Elsa Lanchester).

The Wolf Man (1941)

The original horror classic that introduced one of the screen's most infamous monsters! Lon Chaney, Jr. portrays Larry Talbot, who returns to his father's (Claude Rains) castle in Whales and meets a beautiful woman (Evelyn Ankers). One fateful night, Talbot escorts her to a local carnival where Jenny's fate is revealed by a mysterious gypsy fortune teller.

The Phantom Of The Opera (1943)

This spectacular retelling of Gaston Leroux's immortal horror tale stars Claude Rains as the masked phantom of the Paris opera house -- a crazed composer who schemes to make a beautiful young soprano (Susanna Foster) the star of the opera company and wreak revenge on those who stole his music. Nelson Eddy, the heroic baritone, tries to win the affections of Foster as he tracks down the disfigured "monster" who has begin murdering those who resist his mad demands.

Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954)

Scientists drug and capture the creature, who becomes enamored with the head scientist's female assistant (Julie Adams). The lonely creature, "a living amphibious missing link," escapes and kidnaps the object of his affection. Chief scientist (Richard Carlson) then launches a crusade to rescue his assistant and cast the ominous creature back to the depths from where he came.


  • Length
  • Rating NR
  • Released:
  • Added Jun 09 2000
  • Empire SKU 15756
  • UPC Code 025192078620
  • Studio  Universal
  • Packaging Custom
  • Number of Discs 8
  • Disc SS-DL
  • Subtitles French and Spanish


The Road To Dracula, An Original Documentary
Feature Commentary with Film Historian David J. Skal
New Score by Philip Glass Performed by Kronos Quartet
Poster and Photo Montage
Production Notes
Cast and Filmmakers
Theatrical Trailer
Universal Web Link
The Frankenstein Files: "How Hollywood Made A Monster," an Original Documentary
Feature Commentary by Film Historian Rudy Behlmer
The Frankenstein Archives
"Boo!": A Short Film
Production Notes
Cast and Filmmakers' Bios and Film Highlights
Original Theatrical Trailer
Universal Web Links
The Mummy:
Production Notes
Cast & Filmmaker's Bios
Film Highlights
Theatrical Trailer
Web Links
Mummy Dearest: A Horror Tradition Unearthed. An Original Documentary by David J. Skal
The Mummy Archives
Feature Commentary by Film Historian Paul M. Jensen
The Invisible Man:
Now You See Him: The Invisible Man Revealed
Feature Commentary with Film Historian Rudy Behlmer
Production Photographs
Cast and Filmmakers
Production Notes
The Bride Of Frankenstein:
She's Alive! Creating The Bride Of Frankenstein, an Original Documentary
Feature Commentary with Film Historian Scott MacQueen
The Bride Of Frankenstein Archive
Production Notes
Cast and Filmmakers
Theatrical Trailer
Universal Web Links
The Wolf Man:
Monster by Moonlight, an Original Documentary on the Making Of The Wolf Man
Feature Commentary with Film Historian Tom Weaver
The Wolf Man Archives
Production Notes
Cast and Filmmakers
Theatrical Trailer
Universal Web Links
Phantom Of The Opera:
The Opera Ghost, A Phantom Unmasked
Feature Commentary with Film Historian Scott MacQueen
Production Photographs
Theatrical Trailer
Cast and Filmmakers
Production Notes
Creature From The Black Lagoon:
Back To The Black Lagoon
Feature Commentary with Film Historian Tom Weaver
Production Photographs
Theatrical Trailers
Cast and Filmmakers
Production Notes


  • Audio
    English Dolby Digital Mono
  • Video
    Standard 1.33:1 B&W

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