The original 'soap horror' series from the 1960s. Released from a chained coffin after nearly 200 years, Barnabas Collins (Jonathan Frid) arrives at the Collinwood estate claiming to be a relative from England. Although noticing Barnabas's resemblance to his 'ancestor' in the foyer portrait, the Collins family does not realise he is the same Barnabas that lived at Collinwood in the 18th century. As Barnabas moves into the Old House at the property, those around him are unaware of the horrors that will soon follow.
Kolchak: The Night Stalker, the uniquely eerie mystery series that paved the way for The X-Files, comes to DVD for the first time with all 20 original one-hour episodes of the 1974-75 series. Emmy nominee Darren McGavin stars as Carl Kolchak, a headstrong investigative reporter on the trail of the paranormal: zombies, vampires, werewolves, ghosts, succubi and even aliens. No matter how unnatural or unbelievable, Kolchak is there to uncover the truth one supernatural threat at a time. Join the hint in the dark alleys and creepy hidden lairs of Chicago with such sensational guest stars as Scatman Crothers, Antonio Fargas, Sharon Farrell, Dick Van Patten, Jamie Farr, Larry Linville, Jim Backus and more.
Enter the dangerous and sexy world of the undead when vampires clash with mortals and each other in modern-day San Francisco. Five clans of vampires are known as the Kindred and in their terrifying embrace one becomes forever young...forever beautiful...forever doomed. From the savagery in the premiere to the chilling climactic finale the Kindred draws you into a mysterious realm of Mafia wars forbidden liaisons and inhuman hunger in a spellbinding saga of erotic danger and unworldly suspense!
- Original Saga
- Prince of the City
- Romeo and Juliet
- Live Hard, Die Young, and Leave a Good Looking Corpse
- The Rise and Fall of Eddie Fiori
- Bad Moon Rising
- Cabin in the Woods
And so the fight of good versus evil continues. Buffy (Sarah Michelle Gellar) is now a working woman and along with all the pressures that entails in the real world, she must also face the never-ending haunts in the unreal world - against vampires, poltergeists and unfathomable creatures. For good measure thrown in, raising a love-sick teenager, to-the-death battles between friends and her own salacious romances. With some new tricks up her sleeve, Buffy's power waxes, although the inhabitants of the Hellmouth have not just been lying around in their coffins either. They are back - and they are mad as hell. Buffy takes to her ever-evolving destiny like warlocks to wands, as our remarkable vampire slayer vows to face the new fight wherever it takes her - to Hades and beyond.
A centuries-old vampire cursed with a conscience, Angel (David Boreanaz) has left the small California town of Sunnydale and the only women he ever loved, Buffy, to take up residence in Los Angeles. Once there, he is immediately befriended by Doyle, a half-demon with visions. These visions, courtesy of The Powers That Be, alert Doyle when someone is in trouble. Angel also encounters another Sunnydale escapee, Cordelia Chase. Now, as the threesome join forces, perhaps the people in Doyle's visions will have a chance at survival - and Angel may have the chance to redeem himself and save his own soul.
Angel continues to chronicle the well-oiled machine that is Angel Investigations, led by the centuries old vampire with a conscience Angel (David Boreanaz), along with fellow Sunnydale escapee and aspiring actress Cordelia Chase (Charisma Carpenter), and Wesley Wyndam-Pryce (Alexis Denisof), a fallen Watcher. As they take it one demon at a time, the team is joined by the streetwise renegade vampire hunter Charles Gunn (J. August Richards).
Although wary of why he has been handed control of the Los Angeles law offices of Wolfman and Hart, Angel nonetheless accepts the offer on behalf of Angel Investigations. For Angel is convinced the firm's client files will help them eliminate the worst evil in Lost Angeles. Fred is immediately put in charge of the science lab, while Wesley heads up the vast research department. Gunn's mind is enhanced with a comprehensive knowledge of the law, and Lorne runs the entertainment division. But the most puzzling part of their routine is Spike, seemingly brought back from death yet unable to leave the law office premises - and perhaps the "one" mentioned in the Shanshu prophecy.