Classic Horror and Monster Films
They might not seem as scary now as they did when they first came out, but you can still enjoy these classic horror and monster films from Universal Pictures.
Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932): A deranged scientist searches Paris for a "prospective bride" for his pet gorilla. He injects his young female victims with gorilla's blood and then disposes of their ravaged bodies through an ingenious trapdoor.
The Black Cat (1934): A bus crash on a lonely Austrian road compels American honeymooners to spend the night at the house of the sinister looking Herr Poelzig.
The Raven (1935): Dr. Vollin is a brilliant but unstable surgeon with a morbid obsession for instruments of torture. After saving the life of a beautiful young girl injured in an automobile accident, he becomes increasingly attracted to her.
The Invisible Ray (1936): A scientist discovers a meteorite containing an unknown element a thousand times more powerful than radium. He is poisoned by the element and inherits the uncanny ability to deliver death with the mere touch of his hand.Black Friday (1940): A brain specialist puts a gangster's brain into a professor's body.
Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954): In the upper reaches of the Amazon River, a scientific team discovers a prehistoric Gill-Man in the legendary Black Lagoon.
Revenge of the Creature (1955): The Gill-Man is captured by scientists and transported to an aquarium in south Florida, where he is attracted to the lovely female scientist.
The Creature Walks Among Us (1956): The Gill-Man is captured once more and turned into an air-breather by a rich mad scientist.
Dracula (1931): The vampire Count Dracula arrives in England and begins to prey upon the young and virtuous Mina.
Dracula's Daughter (1936): A hypnotic woman steals the body of Count Dracula and bloodless corpses start appearing in London again.
Son of Dracula (1943): Carpathian Count Alucard is invited to the United States by a young and morbid heiress.
House of Dracula (1945): Dracula arrives at Dr. Edelman's office asking for a cure to his vampirism.
Frankenstein (1931): Dr. Frankenstein creates a true monster from dead human parts, but it gets out of control and into trouble.
Bride of Frankenstein (1935): Dr. Frankenstein agrees to help create a new creature, a woman, to be the companion of the monster.
Son of Frankenstein (1939): Wolf Frankenstein, the doctor's son, returns with his wife to claim his inheritance.
Ghost of Frankenstein (1942): Ygor resurrects Frankenstein's monster and brings him to the original doctor's son for help.
House of Frankenstein (1944): Dracula, the Wolf Man, and the Frankenstein monster exact revenge upon their many enemies.
The Invisible Man (1933): A scientist discovers how to make himself invisible but can't reverse the process. He realizes with terror that he has become a prisoner of his unseen self.
The Invisible Man Returns (1940): Unjustly accused of murdering his brother, Geoffrey is given one last chance to find the real killer before going to the gallows. Sympathetic Dr. Griffin administers a drug that will make Geoffrey invisible for his investigation.
The Invisible Woman (1940): A screwy professor turns model Kitty Carroll invisible, arousing the curiosity of playboy sponsor Howard, as well as the more monetary interests of gangster Blackie Cole.
The Invisible Agent (1942): Frank Raymond, grandson of the original Invisible Man, still has the old formula. He makes fools of Nazi officials when he becomes an invisible agent in Germany.
The Invisible Man's Revenge (1944): Having been made invisible by a mad scientist, Robert Griffin sets out to take revenge on the partners that left him in Africa to die, but also learns the high price of invisibility.
The Mummy (1932): An Egyptian priest who was buried alive comes back to life after an archaeological dig and searches for his lost love.
The Mummy's Hand (1940): An expedition of American archaeologists travels to Egypt and must battle a 3000-year-old mummy who goes on a killing rampage during each full moon.
The Mummy's Tomb (1942): The mummy seeks revenge from the family that found the unopened crypt.
The Mummy's Ghost (1944): The mummy comes to life to seek his long-lost love, an Egyptian princess reincarnated as a pretty college student.
The Mummy's Curse (1944): When a group of archeologists uncovers the body of the mummy's beloved Egyptian princess, he begins a reign of a terror and destruction as he renews his search for the princess' reincarnation.
The Wolf Man (1941): When a man is attacked by a werewolf, he finds to his horror that he now becomes one himself under a full moon.
Werewolf of London (1935): While on a botanical expedition in Tibet Dr. Wilfred Glendon is attacked in the dark by a strange animal.
Frankenstein meets the Wolf Man (1943): Graverobbers open the grave of the Wolf Man and awake him.
She-Wolf of London (1946): A young heiress finds evidence suggesting that at night she acts under the influence of a family curse.