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The Vampire Bat (1933)

The Vampire Bat is a 1933 American horror film directed by Frank R. Strayer (Condemned to Live; The Monster Walks) from a screenplay by Edward T. Lowe (House of Dracula; House of Frankenstein). The film stars Lionel Atwill, Fay Wray (King Kong), Melvyn Douglas (Ghost Story; The… Read More ›

Revolt of the Zombies (1936)

‘Sex and horror in one gigantic thrill show!’ Revolt of the Zombies is a 1936 American horror film directed and produced by the Halperin Brothers which stars Dean Jagger and Dorothy Stone. It is one of the earliest zombie films. Although it was conceived as a loose… Read More ›


‘The name written in blood!’ Eegah is a 1962 American sci-fi fantasy horror film written by Bob Wehling. It stars Arch Hall, Jr. (The Sadist), Arch Hall, Sr. (who directed as Nicholas Merriwether, co-produced The Thrill Killers; and wrote The Corpse Grinders), Marilyn Manning and Richard Kiel in… Read More ›

Dementia 13 (1963)

‘Makes Psycho look like a Sunday school picnic’ Dementia 13 – aka 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… Read More ›

Horrorpedia Facebook Group

Open up your mind for everyone’s dissection and delectation! There is now a Facebook Group for Horrorpedia users/followers. Sign up and have your say about all things horror related! Post anything and everything about horror, sci-fi, cult and exploitation movies… Read More ›

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920)

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a 1920 horror silent film, produced by Famous Players-Lasky and released through Paramount/Artcraft. The film is based upon Robert Louis Stevenson’s novella The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and starring actor John Barrymore. It was directed by John S. Robertson and co-starred Nita Naldi. The scenario… Read More ›

The X-Ray Fiend

There will always arguments about what the first horror film is – some would claim it to be L’Arrivée d’un train en gare de La Ciotat, which – according to urban legend – sent audiences screaming for the exits when first… Read More ›