Disc 1

Creature from the Haunted Sea

Starring Antony Carbone, Betsy Jones-Moreland, Robert Towne

(1961) B and W 75 Minutes Not Rated

An American gangster agrees to transport a group of Caribbean island exiles and their national treasury to safe haven, with the intent of eliminating the exiles and keeping the money. Hoping to use the local legend of a sea monster as cover for killing off the soldiers, the gangster and his crew discover that the legend is true.

The Creeping Terror

Starring Vic Savage, Shannon O Neal, William Thourlby

(1964) B and W 77 Minutes Not Rated

Deathrow Gameshow

Starring John McCafferty, Debra Lamb, Robyn Blythe

(1987) Color 81 Minutes Rated R

Ghosts on the Loose

Starring Ava Gardner, Bela Lugosi, The East End Kids

(1943) B and W 65 Minutes Not Rated

Disc 2

Little Shop of Horrors

Starring Jack Nicholson, Jonathan Haze, Jackie Joseph

(1960) B and W 73 Minutes Not Rated

Manos: The Hands of Fate

Starring Tom Neyman, John Reynolds, Diane Mahree

(1966) Color 69 Minutes Not Rated

My Mom s a Werewolf

Starring Susan Blakely, John Saxon, John Schuck

(1989) Color 88 Minutes Rated PG

One Body Too Many

Starring Bela Lugosi, Jack Haley, Jean Parker

(1944) B and W 76 Minutes Not Rated

Disc 3

A Bucket of Blood

Starring Dick Miller, Barboura Morris, Anthony Carbone

(1959) B and W 65 Minutes Not Rated

The Gorilla

Starring The Ritz Brothers, Lionel Atwell, Anita Louise

(1939) B and W 66 Minutes Not Rated

King of the Zombies

Starring Dick Purcell, John Archer, Mantan Moreland

(1941) B and W 68 Minutes Not Rated

Scared Stiff

Starring Jack Haley, Ann Savage, Barton MacLane

(1945) B and W 65 Minutes Not Rated

Spooks Run Wild

Starring Bela Lugosi, Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall

(1941) B and W 65 Minutes Not Rated


“Scared Silly” is a collection of 13 horror comedies that belong to the public domain. There’s a later flick in there with John Saxon that surprised by its inclusion, but anything is possible. If you’re a horror fan that doesn’t have “The Little Shop of Horrors” or “Manos: The Hands of Fate” on DVD, then this is your chance. Plus, you won’t have to deal with the MST3K extras.

The DVD comes with no special features. The A/V Quality is pretty sharp for standard definition. That being said, the transfers still don’t get much to do. The Dolby track keeps all channels pumping. In the end, I’d recommend a purchase.

RELEASE DATE: 01/13/2015

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