Kelaflix Classics Bundle #1 - 7 Classic Authors/Directors/Actors
'Things-To-Come' - H.G. Wells
'Dementia-13' - Francis Ford Coppola
'The-Amazing-Mr-X' - Bernard Vorhaus
'The-Cheney-Vase' - Alfred Hitchcock
'The-Last-Man-On-Earth' - Vincent Price
'1984' - George Orwell
The Amazing Mr X
A rich widow (Lynn Bari) pays a fake medium (Turhan Bey) to contact her late husband, who, it turns out, is still alive.
Initial release: July 29, 1948
Director: Bernard Vorhaus
Music composed by: Alexander Laszlo
Things To Come
The future of Things to Come is so dreadful yet ultimately triumphant that it's easy to see why the film left such deep impressions on audiences.
Things to Come forecasts a Depression-era world shattered by endless war, ignorance, anarchy and disease until rescued by science. Directed by Willi...
Dementia 13 (UK title: The Haunted and the Hunted) is a 1963 horror-thriller released by American International Pictures, starring William Campbell, Patrick Magee, and Luana Anders. The film was written and directed by Francis Ford Coppola and produced by Roger Corman. Dementia 13 served as his f...
Alfred Hitchcock Presents: The Cheney Vase
An elderly invalid has only one preoccupation in life. She wants to protect a priceless vase that has been in her family for generations. Lyle Endicott, a dishonest ex-museum curator, wants the vase.
The Last Man on Earth (Italian: L'ultimo uomo della Terra) is a 1964 science fiction horror film based on the Richard Matheson 1954 novel 'I AM LEGEND'. The film was directed by Ubaldo Ragona and Sidney Salkow, and stars Vincent Price.
In the year 1968, every day is the same for Dr. Robert Mor...
Carnival of Souls
Carnival of Souls is a 1962 independent horror film starring Candace Hilligoss. Produced and directed by Herk Harvey for an estimated $33,000, the film did not gain widespread attention when originally released, as a B-movie; today, however, it is a cult classic.
Set to an organ score by Gene...
Nineteen Eighty-Four is a British television adaptation of the novel of the same name by George Orwell, originally broadcast on BBC Television in December 1954.
The production proved to be hugely controversial, with questions asked in Parliament and many viewer complaints over its supposed su...