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Greatest Ever.. Classic Horror [Steelbook] 5 DVD box set - £14.34 delivered @ Asda!

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This Greatest Ever.. Classic Horror steelbox boxset is now just £14.34 delivered @ Asda (price reduces in basket) . Steelbook Edition This Box Set contains the following films: * An American Werewo… Read More
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This Greatest Ever.. Classic Horror steelbox boxset is now just £14.34 delivered @ Asda (price reduces in basket)
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Steelbook Edition This Box Set contains the following films:
* An American Werewolf In London
* Dracula
* Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
* The Thing
* The Relic
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In AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON, two American students on a European vacation wander into a creepy local pub in Northern England and are quickly thrown out. Stranded and alone in the dark countryside, the pair get lost in their search for warm lodging. Little do they know that they are about to be changed forever by an ancient terror as they walk along the moors on a moonlit night. Only one of the students survives a deadly attack by a supernatural beast--at least he thinks he survived, until the next full moon rolls around.

In BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA, Count Dracula reunites with his soul mate, Mina, after four centuries. Mina's friend Lucy succumbs to the deadly bite of Dracula while Renfield, locked in an asylum, eagerly waits for his master's return. Mina's fiance, Jonathan Harker, with the help of the eccentric Professor Van Helsing, attempts to save Mina's life and soul before she can become Dracula's eternal bride.

MARY SHELLY'S FRANKENSTEIN
is an all-star version of Mary Shelley's gothic horror story in which Victor Frankenstein creates a monster that threatens to destroy him.

THE THING
is set at a research station in Antarctica, where a team of scientists find an alien being that has fallen from the sky and been buried in the ice for 100,000 years. Soon they discover that the alien is able to possess its victims.

In THE RELIC, a museum is haunted by a Brazilian demon following the arrival of a collection of South American relics. A revolutionary technique is employed to catch this dark and terrifying being.
#2
Greatest Ever Classic Horror

An American Werewolf In London - YES
Dracula - YES
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein - YES
The Thing -YES
The Relic -WTF??
#3
SPAMDOG
Greatest Ever Classic Horror

An American Werewolf In London - YES
Dracula - YES
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein - YES
The Thing -YES
The Relic -WTF??


EXACTLY what i was thinking.....
#4
Ha, me too. I like the Relic, sure, but not exactly a classic.
#5
SPAMDOG
Greatest Ever Classic Horror

An American Werewolf In London - YES
Dracula - YES
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein - YES
The Thing -YES
The Relic -WTF??


Actually I would be more inclined to say that out of the list only 2 of those films even come close to classic status.

An American Werewolf in London - Definitely. Funny and scary all at the same time.
Dracula - A Joke, Keanu Reeves accent anyone?
Mary Shelley's Frankenbore - Would be better if it was Young Frankenstein tbh.
The Thing - Now you are talking. Landmark horror and special effects.
The Relic - All you can say about it is that its better than Dracula and Frankenbore.
#6
Ev0lution
Actually I would be more inclined to say that out of the list only 2 of those films even come close to classic status.

An American Werewolf in London - Definitely. Funny and scary all at the same time.
Dracula - A Joke, Keanu Reeves accent anyone?
Mary Shelley's Frankenbore - Would be better if it was Young Frankenstein tbh.
The Thing - Now you are talking. Landmark horror and special effects.
The Relic - All you can say about it is that its better than Dracula and Frankenbore.


Agree with this mainly; American Werewolf and The Thing are brilliant films. However, I think Dracula is a pretty good film and an interesting take on the book, but not a classic. Frankenstein and The Relic are entertaining enough, though not great by any means. Good deal for all the films though - worth it for the three I like :thumbsup:
#7
good spot!

I agree though - 2 killer, 3 filler

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