Pausing to admire a window display of his own books, the distinguished horror writer Ronald Chetwynd-Hayes is attacked by a desperate vampire, Eramus, faint from lack of sustenance. Assuring the startled victim that his neck bite was not deep enough to bring him into the fold, the grateful vampire takes him to the Monster Club, where all his friends foregather. The rich selection of vampires, werewolves, snakemen, wasp-women, ghouls and other weird creatures enjoying themselves to the happy beat of pop music offers plenty of new material for the author. In addition, Eramus explains to Ronald the hierarchy and basic rules of Monsterdom and illustrates his theme with three unusual tales... Released on DVD for the first time, The Monster Club is a blackly-comic horror movie starring all-time greats Vincent Price, John Carradine and Donald Pleasance. This film won director Roy Ward Baker the Audience Award at the 1981 Fantafestival in Rome.