Clayman Classic Horror /Sci-fi films £1 @poundland - HotUKDeals
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Cayman Classic Horror Collection, including Plan 9 from Outer Space, The Killer Shrews, Attack of the Crab Monster, The Brain that Wouldn’t Die, House of Haunted Hill, Fiend Without a Face, The Wasp Woman and the absolute classic ‘The Little Shop of Horrors’ plus a few others avalible instore £1 each at poundland.

I purchased the origional 'THE THING'
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Fiend without a face is a great british horror/sci fi movie c.1960

I seem to recall Sid James being in this one.
The Thing is such a great film! Works well when watched before the Carpenter version in one night. Plan 9 is a bargain too, for kind of the opposite reason above. :)
I have loads and loads of old horror stuff and sometimes just sit down and watch the old b/w ones, loads of them are classics aswell.
When I was in the other day they had a few titles but the only one that caught my eye, ‘The Little Shop of Horrors’, I already have. 'The Thing' wasn't in my local, I'd have bought that.
only managed to find The Fatal Hour, House On Haunted Hill, and The Giant Leeches....I feel like I'm missing out now ;)
Hi Guys........Yes indeed these seem to be the Bbbbeeesss nnnneeeeessss really 50s yea. As all these films have dropped out of copyright there there for the taking at £1.00 each worth it for the art work alone. Also check out "crazyape" seller on Ebay as they have the 50 movie box sets with these films plus many many more, I think you can get the sets through Amazon as well check them out.
Been to poundland brought some classic's horror films look forward to watching them.:)

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