Charles Bronson and Claudia Cardinale star in Sergio Leone’s loving tribute to the myth of the American West, which features Henry Fonda in a rare role as a cold-blooded villain.
Before Lon Chaney Jr. made history as the Wolfman, Henry Hull became a werewolf in this 1935 film from Universal Pictures in horror movie heyday.
Edgar G. Ulmer’s baroque masterpiece is dark and brilliant and the pinnacle of expressionism in Hollywood horror cinema.
Peter Cushing is perfectly cast as the great detective in this 1959 mix mystery and supernatural horror from Hammer Studios and its top director, Terence Fisher.
This little known alternate version, shot on the same sets as the Lugosi classic, features a different cast and a sexy style and is proclaimed by many fans as a superior version.