Hey out there, I originally posted a similar thread last Feb. here or in the movies section, and just tried posting a reply and could not get it to post, it said invalid thread, maybe too old? So, I will try to retype my thread here: I am a big Hammer Studios horror fan. Every Oct and Feb i watch my Hammer dvd's (this time I will be starting in Sept. in prep for Oct.), its the change of seasons and weather that gets me in the mood for staying indoors and watching t.v. These films have very atmospheric and gothic romantic themes, the wind blowing, the leaves blowing, wind howling, the rain falling, the thunder clapping, the lightning striking, etc, special effects, monster makeup etc Since my collection of Hammer dvd's is sitting in storage thousands of miles away (i recently moved), I will be ordering some new ones I have yet to see or own. The old ones I enjoyed were: Curse of Frankenstein Frankenstein Must Die Horror of Dracula Taste the Blood of Dracula Dracula Has Risen from the Grave Scars of Dracula Dracula A.D. 1972 Satanic Rites of Dracula The Mummy Vampire's Kiss Brides of Dracula Curse of the Werewolf Captain Kronos Vampire Hunter Quatermass and the Pit Quatermass II The new Hammer dvd's I will be ordering (some on R2/UK now that i have a region free player and not yet avail in R1/US), of which most I have never seen yet are: Dracula Prince of Darkness (the 2nd in the Chris Lee series) Hound of the Baskervilles Quatermass Experiment X the Unknown Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell Frankenstein Created Woman Revenge of Frankenstein Horror of Frankenstein The Reptile Rasputin the Mad Monk The Devil Rides Out To the Devil a Daughter Dr Jekyll and Sister Hyde and some others (lesser known) I will also be ordering (split up between Sept, Oct, Feb) the Universal Monster Legacy Collections (The Wolf Man, Invisble Man, Dracula, Mummy, Creature from the Black Lagoon, Frankenstein). I recently saw some Vincent Price (and Roger Corman directed) movies on TCM tv channel-- which someday I will order on dvd too: Abominable Dr Phibes House of Usher Pit and Pendulum Tales of Terror House of Wax Masque of the Red Death Tomb of Leigia and a few others (there is a Vincent Price box set for reasonable amount coming out soon) I also like some more recent decades stuff (but no slasher flicks except the original John Carpenter's Halloween) like: Hellboy Blade I, II, III Interview with the Vampire The Hunger Lifeforce Near Dark The Hitcher Sleepy Hollow Nightmare Before Christmas and a some others (cant recall right this moment) Anyone out there have a passion for old Hammer horror, or Amicus, or American Pictures Intl., or more recent horror movies?