FRANKENSTEIN’S BLOODY TERROR
LA MARCA DEL HOMBRE LOBO
1968, Garagehouse Pictures, 78 min, Spain/West Germany, Dir: Enrique López Eguiluz

Famously mistitled (there is no mention or appearance of Frankenstein in the film), FRANKENSTEIN’S BLOODY TERROR is considered one of the holy grails of cult cinema and a must-see experience for horror fans in its original 3-D format. Paul Naschy, Spain’s favorite horror movie star at the time, plays a werewolf desperate to find a cure for his condition. Unfortunately, he finds a couple willing to help for all the wrong reasons.


HOUSE OF PSYCHOTIC WOMEN
aka BLUE EYES OF THE BROKEN DOLL
1974, 89 min, Spain, Dir: Carlos Aured

International horror icon Paul Naschy shreds his renowned lycanthropic persona and submerges himself into the dark and unsettling world of giallo. Suffering from recurring dreams of murder, an ex-convict (Naschy) is hired as a caretaker of an estate owned by three very strange sisters. But shortly after his arrival, his nightmares turn to reality as a killer stalks blue-eyed women to remove their eyes.


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