This special edition DVD feature from Alice Cooper includes the 1976 concert film "Welcome To My Nightmare" and, appearing on DVD for the first time, the 1975 TV special "Alice Cooper: The Nightmare". "Alice Cooper: The Nightmare" is the rarely seen 1975 TV special that aired on ABC, in conjunction with the release of the legendary "Welcome To My Nightmare" album. The TV special stars Alice Cooper as Steven and Vincent Price as The Spirit of the Nightmare, and showcases every song from the "Welcome To My Nightmare" album, including Only Women Bleed, Department of Youth, Cold Ethyl and the title track."Welcome To My Nightmare" features hits and classic songs, including I'm Eighteen, School s Out, Only Women Bleed, No More Mr. Nice Guy and, of course, Welcome To My Nightmare. The nightmare vividly comes to life on the rock stage, bringing forth a plethora of skeletons, giant spiders, a cyclops, the "magic" movie screen and the voice of horrormeister Vincent Price, all designed to thrill you and keep you uneasy in your sleep.TRACKLISTING DVDWelcome To My Nightmare: 1) The Awakening 2) Welcome To My Nightmare 3) Years Ago 4) No More Mr. Nice Guy 5) I'm Eighteen 6) Some Folks 7) Cold Ethyl 8) Only Women Bleed 9) Billion Dollar Babies 10) Devil s Food 11) The Black Widow 12) Steven 13)...
Join your favorite residents of Ponyville (Twilight Sparkle, Rainbow Dash, Fluttershy, Rarity, Applejack, Pinkie Pie and, of course, Spike) as they take on some of the spookiest adventures Equestria’s ever seen! Time to gather around and hold on tight, because these six exciting tales are a chillingly good romp! Episodes Include: Boast BustersStare MasterLuna EclipsedSleepless In PonyvilleCastle Mane-iaBats!
An elderly religious fanatic, whose son was killed in an auto wreck several years ago, kidnaps her dead son's former finacee and keeps her locked up in the basement in order to cleanse the girl's soul, making it fit to be reunited with her son in heaven.
Fearless Vampire Killers, The (DVD)Who says Vampires are no laughing matter? Director Roman Polanski hilariously spoofs the horror genre with this tale of bumbling vampire hunters and the beautiful young object of their rescue attempts--who is quite happy being undead.]]>
The new owners of a Long Island house have flies and oozing walls; not even a priest can help.