The Bottom Line
- Great vintage anthology feel
- Excellent casts
- Some really inventive, artistic storytelling
- Some episodes are predictable and sluggish
- Starring various
- Directed by various
- Rated NR
- DVD Release Date: September 11, 2012
Guide Review - 'The Complete Hammer House of Horror' DVD Review
- "Witching Time": A condemned 17th Century witch appears in the 20th Century and takes control of the life of a musician living in her old home.
- "The Thirteenth Reunion": A reporter infiltrates a weight loss program whose participants have a habit of turning up dead.
- "Rude Awakening": A man has trouble distinguishing his frighteningly realistic dreams from reality.
- "Growing Pains": Strange things happen after a grieving couple adopts a young boy.
- "The House That Bled to Death": A family moves into a haunted house with a sordid past.
- "Charlie Boy": A man uses a wooden African fetish doll to exact revenge.
- "The Silent Scream": An ex-con finds himself trapped in a sadistic experiment conducted by a seemingly kindly old man.
- "Children of the Full Moon": When their car breaks down, a couple seeks help at an old country mansion inhabited by an old woman and her pack of children.
- "Carpathian Eagle" - A female serial killer seduces and disposes of men.
- "Guardian of the Abyss": An antique mirror with supernatural powers draws a pair of friends into the clutches of a devil-worshiping cult.
- "Visitor from the Grave": A woman who kills her attacker in self-defense fears he has returned from the dead to torment her.
- "The Two Faces of Evil": A family picks up a hitchhiker who turns out to be not quite human.
- "The Mark of Satan": A man becomes paranoid when he begins to see the number 9 everywhere.
Special features include featurettes, gallery and introductions.