With his sinister appearance and menacing screen presence, British actor Christopher Lee remains a legend in the world of horror cinema. This collection presents a trio of scary and atmospheric chillers starring the inimitable Lee at his finest. In THE SATANIC RITES OF DRACULA (1973), Lee reprises his most recognizable role as the bloodthirsty count, this time leading a cult of prominent scientists and politicians into developing a gruesome plague virus while battling his old nemesis Lorimar Van Helsing (Peter Cushing). HORROR EXPRESS (1972) reunites Cushing and Lee in the creepy tale of an anthropologist who discovers a long-frozen monster in the tundras of Manchuria and transports it to England via trans-Siberian railroad only to have it awaken in a rather foul mood. And in HORROR HOTEL (1960), a young college student writing a paper on witchcraft travels to New England to do some research and ends up staying at a small hotel run by the spirit of an undead witch.
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