Zoom image

Double Feature: Horrors of the Black Museum (1959) & The Headless Ghost (1959)

The Herman Cohen Classic Horror Double Feature - A double dose of 50s horror from writer/producer Herman Cohen starts off with one of the most unforgettable films a kid could find on late night TV back in the day. Everyone loves to read about grisly murders, so crime reporter Michael Gough provides London with its fair share of gruesome deaths. Then he benefits from the first hand knowledge of the crimes when he writes them up for the newspapers and his own books in HORRORS OF THE BLACK MUSEUM. THE HEADLESS GHOST... Well, not nearly as much fun as the first film, but fans of semi-boring British horror comedies might get a kick out of it. Three teenagers meet ancient British ghosts in a haunted castle and get chased around by a floating head. Yep, like I said. Not nearly as much fun as HORRORS, but hey, consider it a free-be on the same DVD and you’ll be A-OK. DVD
  • $14.99
  • Weight
    0.5000 lbs
  • SKU