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1974, MGM/Park Circus, 125 min, Dir: Guy Hamilton

Roger Moore's second outing as James Bond sends Agent 007 after a gadget that can harness the power of the sun; Christopher Lee is the bad guy he's up against. Britt Eklund is one of the most beautiful of all Bond girls as Mary Goodnight in this action classic scripted by Richard Maibaum and Tom Mankiewicz.

1964, Sony Repertory, 83 min, Dir: Terence Fisher

One of director Terence Fisher’s most eerie and underrated masterworks focuses on a German village haunted by the monster Megara. Local doctor Peter Cushing is engineering a cover-up to protect someone (perhaps his beautiful assistant, Barbara Shelley?). Returning Richard Pasco, whose brother and father were petrified to death, wants to get to the bottom of the mystery, but gets sidetracked when he falls for Shelley. Soon, desperate Pasco sends for his prickly, sarcastic mentor (Christopher Lee), who sets out to track down the monster.

2010, Image Entertainment, 91 min, Dir: Antti Jokinen

Juliet (Academy Award winner Hilary Swank) gets the unnerving feeling she is not alone in her new “perfect” New York apartment. But how can she stop an evil she can't see, or even prove exists? Jeffrey Dean Morgan and screen legend Christopher Lee costar in this pulse-pounding shocker from famed horror studio Hammer Films.

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