ASSIGNMENT TERROR (aka DRACULA VS FRANKENSTEIN) – Alien invaders from a dying planet arrive on Earth to take it over. A good way to start would be to bring our favorite monsters (Frankenstein’s Monster, Dracula, The Mummy, and The Werewolf) back to wreak havoc. But–The Werewolf decides to fight the invaders. Stars Michael Rennie , Paul Naschy, and Karin Dor. (1969)

BABY BLOOD (aka THE EVIL WITHIN) – A cruel circus owner beats and abuses his pregnant wife. One day the circus receives a leopard newly captured in Africa, but the animal soon dies. However, an evil creature that was inside the leopard bursts out of the animal’s body, burrows into the wife’s body and takes over her fetus. It soon starts demanding blood, and the woman goes searching for victims for her new “baby.” Rare uncut import print. (1990)

BEAST AND THE MAGIC SWORD- One of the later entries in Paul Naschy’s werewolf series. This Spanish-Japanese production has Naschy still trying to find the cure for his treaded curse. Great effects mark one of the last of Naschy’s werewolf films. English subtitles. (1983)

BEAST IN THE CELLAR- Two Spinster sisters, a series of horrible murders, and one monstrous (once human) animal converge on a quiet and peaceful; English countryside. (1970)

BLOOD-Sexploitation film from director Andy Milligan concerning Dr, Orlovski, a werewolf in 1930’s London, who keeps company with man-eating plants and an offspring of Dracula. (1973)

BLOOD BEAST OF MONSTER MOUNTAIN- A small-town newspaperman begins to suspect that a wave of murders committed in the area may not be the work of a serial killer but a monster. A little-known fun camp film. (1970)

BLOOD OF DRACULA’S CASTLE- Young lovers move into an inherited castle only to find it occupied by vampires, werewolves, girls chained to walls, and coffin beds. One ghoulish event after another begins as death follows upon death. An all-time camp classic. (1967)

CASTLE OF THE MONSTERS (El Castillo de los Monstruos) – Spanish Language.The Mexican equivalent to the string of Universal Films in the mid- forties. In this case, the reason is to disrupt the honeymoon of a couple (Espino and Elizondo), and the amount of monsters actually puts Universal to shame. Featured in the castle are: The Creature from the Black Lagoon, Frankenstein’s Monster, The Mummy, and of course, The Wolfman. (1957)

CAZADOR DE DEMONIUS- Mexican horror in Spanish Language. A contemporary werewolf movie, the werewolf–actually, more like a were-bear– is Tobias, an indigenous brujo who can convert himself into a nahual, an animal spirit. After being murdered, he returns from the dead as a bestial creature. (1983)

CROSS OF THE SEVEN JEWELS- While on his way to Rome, a jeweled crucifix belonging to Marco is stolen. This results in Marco turning into a werewolf. In his attempts to recover the item, he meets a Satanic priest possessed by demons. (1987)

CURSE OF THE DEVIL- International horror starPaul Naschy returns as “El Hombre Lobo” for the 7th time. A group of female gypsy Satan-worshippers, the descendants of witches killed by an executioner ( also Naschy) 400 years earlier, transform him into a vicious wolf man. Dubbed in English. (1973)

DR. JEKYLL VS THE WOLFMAN- Paul Naschy in the role of the wolfman for the sixth time. He goes to the grandson of Dr. Jekyll who cures him of his curse, but he becomes a new “Mr. Hyde” and sets out to torture woman. Spanish with English subtitles. (1971)

DR. SATAN VS BLACK MAGIC (Dr. Satan Y Magia Negra) – Mexican horror in Spanish language. In the infernal of hell, the King demon mysteriously orders Doctor Satan to return to earth to definitely destroy Yei Lin, a powerful and incontestable Wizard of black magic, and then steal the rarest magic formula that transforms all poor metals of the earth into gold, in order to become the commanding master of the world. The Frankenstein Monster and The Wolf Man also make an appearance. (1967)

DRACULA: PRISONER OF FRANKENSTEIN- Spanish-French production blending werewolves, vampires and beasties of the night. Written and directed by Jesus Franco. Dennis Price plays the doctor and Howard Vernon as the vampire. (1972)

EL BOSQUE DEL LOBO-Spanish Language. Based on a novel by Carlos Martinez Barbeto, and steeped heavily in Galician folktales, this impressive film from Spain tells of an epileptic peddler who lures 11 women into the woods and murders them. The locals come to regard him as a werewolf. (1970)

EL TRONO INFERNAL (Throne Of Hell)- Mexican horror in Spanish language. A mystical warrior battles a demon-possessed archaeologist who transforms into a werewolf-like creature during the climax. (1992)

EYES OF THE WEREWOLF- A laboratory accident leaves Rich blind and at the mercy of an unscrupulous surgeon who performs an accidental eye transplant. Unknown to everyone, the eyes were stolen from a werewolf. All hell breaks loose as Rich tries to extract revenge during the next full moon. (1999)

FACE OF THE SCREAMING WEREWOLF- Lon Chaney, Jr. stars in this Mexican production called La casa del Terror. A mad scientist finds a mummy and revives it, but under the bandages is a werewolf, Lon Chaney, Jr. wearing make-up similar to the old Universal Pictures movies. Dubbed in English. A rarity. (1959/65)


FRANKENSTEIN’S BLOODY TERROR- NEW BEAUTIFUL UPDATED PRINT IN WIDE-SCREEN. (Un-cut German Print) Paul Naschy stars as a werewolf who goes to an occult specialist for a cure to his curse. The specialists turn out to be vampires. The movie contains good moody photography. A rare hard-to-find classic. This is a German print with English sub-titles and contains an extra 26 minutes not found in the American release. (1971)

FURY OF THE WOLFMAN-Paul Naschy stars in what is the sequel to “Frankenstein’s Bloody Terror”. In this film he tries to get the Pentagram of his chest so he will no longer become a snarling wolfman. Great entry in Naschy’s wolfman series. (1971)


LA MARCA DEL HOMBRE- Beautiful print, released recently in Spain as a PAL tape, of Paul Naschy’s first wolfman film (aka Frankenstein‘s Bloody Terror). This film was never released in America in a full uncut print, in Spanish Language only.

LYCANTROPUS-Paul Naschy’s 1996 return to the werewolf genre. Great special effects. In Spanish Language.

MOM- During a time when the city of Los Angeles is terrorized by animal attack style murders, a kindly elderly lady provides a nomad with room and board. It turns out that he is a werewolf and is responsible for the recent killings. He bites the elderly woman, turning her into a hungry werewolf. Now her adult son must try to prevent the both of them from doing any more harm. (1990)

MONSTER DOG-Cult classic starring Alice Cooper as a pop star who takes his band to his hometown to shoot his latest video. They are greeted by the sheriff (whom he’s known since a kid) that warn him that there’s been several murders in the area where the bodies were ripped to shreds. The police think it’s a pack of wild dogs, but Alice knows different. (1984)

MUMMY AND THE CURSE OF THE JACKYL- A very hard-to-find grade Z production of a Mummy coming back to life and the Jackal (better know as a Werewolf) that start a battle which ends up in Las Vegas. Stars John Carradine. A must for the “worst” collector. (1969)

NIGHT OF THE WEREWOLF-Beautiful widescreen UNCUT print of PAUL NASCHY’S “The Craving”.


PLENILUNIO-Spanish Language. The most hilarious special effects in the history of cinema. Undoubtedly the less scary and more naive representation of a monster ever: a cotton made wolf with the look of a decadent cartoon character. This movie fully deserves credit as the best candidate to overthrow ” Plan 9 From Outer Space” as the worst movie ever. A must see for anyone with good sense of humor. (1993)

SANTO AND BLUE DEMON VS THE MONSTERS- Spanish Language.The legendary masked heroes of wrestling join forces to battle Mexican versions of Frankenstein’s Monster, Dracula, The Wolfman, The Cyclops, and a Vampire Woman. One of the few Santo films made in color. (1969)

SANTO AND BLUE DEMON VS DRACULA AND THE WOLFMAN- Spanish Language. After facing defeat at the hands of Cristaldi the magician, Dracula is back to seek revenge and rule the world. With the help of the Wolfman and his legion of followers, victory seems eminent. Professor Cristaldia, descendant of the magician, is warned about Dracula’s plans and calls upon El Santo and Blue Demon in the hopes that they can put the infamous count and the werewolf down for good. (1973)


SANTO VS THE SHE WOLVES- NOW WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES. A young blonde woman is drawn to an abandoned warehouse by a disembodied voice saying “Come…come…” She is confronted by a hairy old woman, who says she is Luba, queen of the werewolves. It is time for her to be reborn in a new body; then the werewolves will destroy the human race and rule the earth. The blonde stabs old Luba and becomes queen; she is carried around joyfully by her subjects. (1972)


TEENAGE MONSTER- In a little Western town, a boy is subjected to rays from a meteor. As a result, he grows into a teenaged, hairy, psychopathic killer. His mother hides him in her basement. Rare and recommended. (1957)

TERROR IS A MAN (aka Blood Creature)- A long lost late 50’s variation of The Island Of Dr. Moreau. A mad scientist transforms a wild panther into a man-like creature that walks upright. It soon escapes, embarking on a terrible killing rampage. An excellent Filipino-made horror /sci-fi thriller with an English speaking cast. In theaters, a loud bell would ring, warning the squeamish to close their eyes. (1959)

THE CRAVING-Werewolf film starring Paul Naschy. Executed in the 18th Century under the suspicion of being a werewolf, a grotesque half man/half beast has remained buried for nearly 200 years. Someone has violated his resting place…and now they will pay dearly. (1980)

THE MAN AND THE MONSTER- Another Mexican horror repackaged for America by K. Gordon Murray. A second-rate pianist with a nagging mother sells his soul to the devil in order to play better, which turns him into a werewolf. Stars Abel Salazar. Dubbed in English. (1958)

THE RATS ARE COMING! THE WEREWOLVES ARE HERE!- Directed by Andy Milligan. Set in 1899 is about a woman and her new husband who arrive at the home of her crazy family of incestuous werewolves, ruled over by a 108 year-old patriarch. They keep her brother Malcolm locked up in a room where he commits graphic cruelty to chicken and mice. Legendary “Z” filmmaking by Milligan, this movie is truly hard-to-find. (1972)

THE WEREWOLF- Two scientists come across an auto accident, and find an unconscious man in the wreck. They take him back to their lab and inject him with a serum they have been working with. Unfortunately, the serum has the effect of turning the man into a murderous werewolf. Rare and recommended. (1956)

THE WEREWOLF’S SHADOW-Uncut and Uncensored print of “Werewolf Vs The Vampire Woman” starring Paul Naschy!!! Scientists resurrect a murderous werewolf, who then proceeds to try to mate with beautiful women to produce a line of werewolves. (1971)

UNDYING MONSTER- A rarely seen movie about a werewolf who prowls around at night but only kills certain members of one family. (1942)

WEREWOLF AND THE YETI- Un-cut Spanish sequel to Frankenstein’s Bloody Terror, with Paul Naschy as part of a Tibetan expedition who is attacked by a werewolf and changed into a creature. Then it becomes a battle between the werewolf and the yeti. Dubbed in English, with Japanese subtitles. (1975)

WEREWOLF IN A GIRL’S DORMITORY- Our vote for corniest movie title. An all girls school is suddenly terrorized by a werewolf, who begins to kill of the sexy coeds. Good werewolf photography, and the killer’s identity turns out to be a surprise. (1961)

WEREWOLF IN BANGKOK- Thai Language w/English subtitles. One day, Frank is bitten by a werewolf, but he escapes and survives. But since that day, when the half moon comes up in the night sky, Frank will turn to be a werewolf–but a different kind of werewolf. (2005)

WEREWOLF OF WOODSTOCK-At the site of the 1969 rock concert at Woodstock, New York, an electrical charge turns a local farmer into a murderous werewolf. (1975)

WEREWOLF WOMAN (aka Terror Of The She-Wolf) – Director Salvatore di Silvestro’s exploitative horror film features a heroine, Daniela, whose sexual drives propel her into lycanthropy. This wonderful plot offers an opportunity to mix bloody and sexploitation scenes. Very sexual and very graphic, this print was originally released here in a 70 minute butchered form. We now proudly present the complete version. In wide-screen.(1976)

WEREWOLVES ON WHEELS- A biker gang visits a monastery where they encounter black-robed monks engaged in worshipping Satan. When the monks try to persuade one of the female bikers, Helen, to become a satanic sacrifice, the bikers smash up the monastery. As a result of the satanic rituals, Helen is transformed into a werewolf, with dire results for the biker gang. (1971)

WILCZYCA (The Wolf) -Polish Language. Rare horror film from Poland (a country that doesn�t produce many) about werewolves and wolf-beasts. (1983)

WOLFHOUND-UPGRADED PRINT. After returning to his family’s ancestral Irish home, a young man (Allen Scotti) discovers a village populated by humans with the ability to change into animals. When he finds that he has passionate feelings for a woman who is able to assume the form of a wolf, he suddenly must choose between his family and a lifestyle far different than any he thought he would lead. (2002)

WOLFMAN-After the death of his Father, Colin Glasgow (Earl Owensby) finds out that his Father and Grandfather were cursed and that they were Werewolves. And now Colin discovers that he also has the curse and he is a werewolf too and he must stop a Satanic Reverend who put the curse on him and his family. (1979)

WOLFMAN NEVER SLEEPS-(Uncut)- Stars Paul Naschy. Uncut print of “Fury Of The Wolfman” (1970)