Years ago after watching a single Hammer film I basically written them all off because I really didn't care for the film or it's style... so in my head the Hammer films were not for me. That film being The Satanic Rights of Dracula that I got in a public domain set. But recently I watched another Hammer film that I enjoyed quite a bit. The film Vampire Circus. A film I watched during my Halloween marathon. Making me realize that there is good Hammer films out there. And making me want to give them a far chance. So today I placed an order through Amazon and ended up ordering this 8 movie blu ray box set... Which Includes.... Brides of Dracula A brave young woman (Yvonne Monlaur) takes refuge in a mysterious chateau, but soon finds herself the prey of a treacherous vampire intent on claiming her. The Curse of the Werewolf This maniacal tale of terror follows the dark journey of a werewolf (Oliver Reed) as he transforms from an innocent youth to a killer beast at night with uncontrollable urges. The Evil of Frankenstein Dr. Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) and his assistant recover their monster from the ice, and a demented hypnotist (Peter Woodthorpe) soon arrives with plans to use the creature as a tool for terror. The Kiss of the Vampire A vampire cult kidnaps a woman (Jennifer Daniel) on her honeymoon trip, and it is up to her new husband (Edward De Souza) and a vampire hunter (Clifford Evans) to track her down before it is too late. Night Creatures A captain (Patrick Allen) and his sailors investigate the rampaging "Marsh Phantoms" terrorizing a coastal town, but their search is hindered by a local reverend (Peter Cushing) and a horrifying curse. Nightmare A young student (Jennie Linden) is haunted by recurring dreams of her mother murdering her father, but her nightmare is just beginning as she tries to prove to her loved ones that she is not insane. Paranoiac A psychotic man (Oliver Reed) schemes to drive his sister (Janette Scott) mad so that he can claim her inheritance, but a deadly game of cat-and-mouse begins when an impostor (Alexander Davion) intervenes. Phantom of the Opera A London opera house is haunted by tragic events on its opening night, but when its star (Heather Sears) is kidnapped, a producer (Edward De Souza) tracks down the Phantom (Herbert Lom) who is intent on seeking his revenge. I know it is not much to go on.... 1 film I liked and 1 film I disliked... but with that in mind do you think I made a smart purchase for myself... or will I be sorry?