|12 Movies So Bad, They're Good! Unravel twelve of the most bizarre and eccentric works of horror in this affectionate and intoxicatingly fun tribute to some of the greatest bad movies ever made! This three DVD collection is a fascinating blend of curious film creations from the 1940s through the 1970s. From Ape Man to cavemen and every bloodthirsty mutant along the way, nothing can prepare you for this enjoyable journey through The Best of the Worst!
Featuring the Masters of Horror: Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff and Jack Nicholson
FEATURE FILMS INCLUDE:
MANOS: THE HANDS OF FATE
Starring Tom Neyman, John Reynolds, Diane Mahree
(1966) - Color - 69 Minutes - Not Rated
Everything that can go wrong does on a young couple's terrifying vacation, when they become lost and stop at the door of a mysterious house.
TRACK OF THE MOON BEAST
Starring Chase Cordell, Donna Leigh Drake, Gregorio Sala
(1976) - Color - 81 Minutes - Rated PG
When a young man is stuck with a meteorite fragment, it buries itself deep inside his skull causing him to mutate into a giant reptilian monster at night.
THE BEAST OF YUCCA FLATS
Starring Tor Johnson, Douglas Mellor, Barbara Francis
(1961) - B&W - 54 Minutes - Not Rated
Noted Russian nuclear scientist Joseph Javorsky survives an H-bomb detonation and is transformed into a crazed atomic-mutated beast on a bloodthirsty rampage.
Starring Arch Hall Jr., Richard Kiel, Marilyn Manning
(1962) - Color - 90 Minutes - Not Rated
Smitten with a beautiful teenage girl, Eegah, the last surviving stone age caveman, invades a Zockin' pool party to steal her away from her guitar-playing boyfriend.
THE APE MAN
Starring Bela Lugosi, Minerva Urecal, Ralph Littlefield
(1943) - B&W - 64 Minutes - Not Rated
While conducting a bizarre experiment, scientist Jonathan Brewster is transformed into a hideous ape creature. Desperate to reverse the process, Brewster sets out on a killing spree in efforts to find a cure.
THE AMAZING TRANSPARENT MAN
Starring Marguerite Chapman, Douglas Kennedy, James Griffith
(1960) - B&W - 58 Minutes - Not Rated
A major holds a brilliant scientist hostage so that he can perfect a machine that will make men transparent. The demented major wants to create an army of invisible men to take over the Earth.
THE ATOMIC BRAIN
Starring Frank Gerstle, Erika Peters, Frank Fowler
(1964) - B&W - 65 Minutes - Not Rated
In a dungeon laboratory inhabited by sub-humans and fresh corpses, a scientist conducts revolting experiments in an attempt to achieve immortality.
Starring Luana Anders, William Campbell, Bart Patton
(1963) - B&W - 76 Minutes - Not Rated
Louise is faced with a dilemma since her husband John has died of a heart attack and she is not included in his mother's will. Traveling to his family's ancestral home in Ireland, Louise hopes to ingrain herself into the family.
Starring Bruce Kellogg, Victor Kilian, Marilyn Nash
(1951) - B&W - 74 Minutes - Not Rated
Living under the threat of an atomic holocaust, a group of scientists build a vehicle capable of drilling to the center of the Earth. Traveling 1,500 miles below the planetís surface, they find an underground cavern which contains an unexpected surprise.
Starring Boris Karloff, Jack Nicholson, Sandra Knight
(1963) - Color - 81 Minutes - Not Rated
In an early career appearance, Jack Nicholson stars as Lieutenant Duvalier, a Nineteenth Century military officer whose dreams are haunted by a mysterious beauty.
MESA OF LOST WOMEN
Starring Jackie Coogan, Richard Travis, Allan Nixon
(1953) - B&W - 69 Minutes - Not Rated
The infamous Dr. Arana is conducting bizarre experiments in the forbidden Mexican desert of Zarpa Mesa. It is rumored that he has created a race of rabid super-women by injecting them with spider venom.
THE INCREDIBLE PETRIFIED WORLD
Starring John Carradine, Robert Clarke, Phyllis Coates
(1957) - B&W - 64 Minutes - Not Rated
Trapped at the bottom of hostile waters, explorers discover their only chance for survival is a labyrinth of undersea caves. The caverns provide oxygen and shelter for the survivors, but lack an escape route to the surface.