Classic horror stories by one of the masters of the form. Full of bone-chilling tales, this collection includes The Birds, the basis for the Alfred Hitchcock film of the same title, and other creepy classics.
Halloween is lurking just around the corner, and so are the creatures in this collection of monster-movie classics. From Frankenstein to the The Mummy and The Phantom of the Opera, the collection contains 30 frightening films that define the horror genre, accompanied by all of the scary music that we've grown to love. Register below by Oct. 31 for a chance to win the Universal Classic Monsters Collection.
In addition to these delightfully creepy classics, the collection also includes behind-the-scenes documentaries, 3-D versions of Creature From the Black Lagoon and Revenge of the Creature, the 1931 Spanish version of Dracula, featurettes on Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney Jr., and Jack Pierce, 13 expert feature commentaries, archival footage, production photographs, and original theatrical trailers. There's even an option to watch Dracula with an alternate score composed by Philip Glass and performed by the Kronos Quartet.
The library of Prime Video is vast but ever-changing, so we've scoured their stacks to curate a current collection sure to thrill, chill, and delight. Whether you want soul-scorching psychological thrillers, haunted house horror, creepy classics, modern masterpieces, or something as ghoulish as it is goofy, we've got you covered.
For fans of costumed crimefighters, intergalactic odysseys, old school action serials, and creepy classics, 2023 is going to be a very important year at the cinema. Admittedly, those types of stories can be found all the time, but they especially describe the movies coming out in this particular year.
With this in mind, we gathered some of the best colors from horror classics and created downloadable color palettes. You can download them below, import them into Vectornator, and use them in any of your designs.
Written by Leon Payne (the songwriter responsible for such classics as "Lost Highway" and "I Love You Because"), this little ditty about a serial killer first saw the light of day thanks to Texas honky-tonker Eddie Noack, before being covered by Elvis Costello and others. It's weird, it's a bit wacky, and it's absolutely creepy.
BONUS SCREENPLAYS TO READ: You can download five more of the best screenplays to read in each genre in this post. Read as many movie scripts as you can and watch your screenwriting ability soar.
In case you feel troublesome to find out the best Halloween playlists from a large library out there online, here we have collected some top-rated Halloween playlists on Spotify from creepy classics to essential earworms you'll actually love to play at your party with your family and friends. 2b1af7f3a8