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Calling all scary movie buffs!
A collection of classic horror films like Frankenstein, Dracula, Phantom of the Opera and The Wolf Man are being sold together in the ultimate Halloween must-have: a 30-film collection of Universal horror films.
Also included in the collection of spooky films are hours of bonus features including behind-the-scenes documentaries that will take you inside the production and creation of these classics. Plus, check out archival footage, expert commentaries, theatrical trailers and so much more.
Just in time for Halloween, this collection of films and goodies is more than half off today — just $70 for Blu-Ray. That’s $80 in savings!
In the age of digital streaming and subscriptions, owning these classics is a must for even the occasional scary movie fan. It’s a perfect gift for any horror nerd, too. Dating back to 1931, these films are essential historical pieces of cinema, great for movie nights and entertaining. You could even make a movie marathon out of favorites like The Mummy and The Invisible Man!
Whether you’re itching for a touch of classic cinema or just want a scary movie to curl up with in the days leading up to Halloween, this is the perfect collector’s item for you!
One five-star reviewer said: “The perfect collection for monster movie fans! The bonus features are wonderful and the packaging is far better than the previously released Legacy Editions. The only downsides are the omission of the 1925 Phantom of the Opera and that the set is not available on blu ray. Other then that it is a simply fantastic deal for the price!”
Shop it: Universal Classic Monsters: Complete 30-Film Collection, Blu-ray: $70 (Was $150), DVD: $72 (was $120), amazon.com
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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