Features | Written by STARBURST 08/10/2021

Win a Classic British Horror Blu-ray Bundle from Network

We’ve teamed up with Network - home of great cult classic movie and TV series - to give one lucky reader a chance to win a bundle of two classic British horror releases new to Blu-ray. Read on and enter below…

THE DARK EYES OF LONDON (1939) The early British horror masterpiece and a worthy successor to his work on the Universal Monsters movies, screen icon Bela Lugosi takes centre stage as a demented scientist on a killing spree in The Dark Eyes of London, the first British film to receive the ‘H’ censor rating for being ‘Horrific for Public Exhibition’. Adapted from a novel by Edgar Wallace, this landmark British film is featured here as a brand-new high definition remaster from original film elements in its original theatrical aspect ratio.

Special Features • Brand-new audio commentary with Kim Newman and Stephen Jones • Kim Newman and Stephen Jones discuss Lugosi's work in the UK at the Edgar Wallace pub in London • US titles • US trailer • Image gallery • Limited edition booklet written by Adrian Smith • Limited edition O-card (Blu-ray exclusive) ON BLU-RAY AND DVD OCTOBER 11th • Limited edition poster postcards (Blu-ray exclusive)

THE MONSTER aka I DON’T WANT TO BE BORN (1975) Joan Collins gives an unforgettable performance as a stripper cursed by a sinister dwarf to give birth to a demonic child in this classic 1970s exploitation horror directed by Hammer/Amicus veteran Peter Sasdy (Director, Countess Dracula, Taste the Blood of Dracula). Co-starring Eileen Atkins, Ralph Bates, Donald Pleasence and Caroline Munro, The Monster (aka I Don't Want to be Born) is featured here as a brand-new high definition remaster from original film elements in its original theatrical aspect ratio. Special Features • Brand-new audio commentary from the cult Second Features podcast team • Theatrical trailer • Alternative I Don't Want to be Born titles • Image gallery • Limited edition booklet written by Adrian Smith

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The Dark Eyes of London and The Monster are available on Blu-ray and DVD on October 11th from Network