Peter Cushing as a kindly old antiques dealer: this Amicus anthology also features strong performances from Donald Pleasance and his daughter and England's most entertaining slattern, Diana Dors.

Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Diana Dors and a horde of evil children. "Nothing but the Night" delivers surprisingly effective suspenseful fun.

Smile when you call me "Mr. Sardonicus" -- and don't forget to vote on whether or not I should live or die, thanks to one of William Castle's more entertaining gimmicks.

Two cinematic takes on Lovecraft. "Die Monster Die" gives us Boris Karloff in a loose adaptation of "Colour out of Space." "The Dunwich Horror," based on the story of the same name, features Dean Stockwell and teen queen Sandra Dee. Both are entertaining eldritch abominations.

The Secret of NIMH (1982) I adored this movie. My daughter grew up calling it 'Mouse Movie'. Love!

Mr. Dustin Hoffman and Ms. Anne Bancroft in a production photograph from Mike Nichols iconic 1967 film The Graduate.

Richard Widmark, Christopher Lee as an evil priest and Nastassja Kinski naked. What more could you want from "To the Devil a Daughter?"

Vincent Price does H.P. Lovecraft's "Case of Charles Dexter Ward" in "Haunted Palace" and Shakespeare's Richard III in "Tower of London." Both adaptations are, as one might expect from Roger Corman, very, very, VERY loose. But as one might also expect from Corman, they're enormously entertaining.

Joan Collins, Peter Cushing, and a pre-Doctor Who Tom Baker in Haiti. A doubly delightful double feature from Amicus, the anthology folks.

Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Ingrid Pitt and many more in an Amicus anthology film scripted by the great Robert Bloch.

Peter Cushing

Peter Cushing

Peter Cushing

Peter Cushing

Peter Cushing, Britt Eklund, Patrick Magee and an insane asylum make for a delightful Amicus anthology film.

The Great Peter Cushing....

Peter Cushing reading a monster magazine.

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Peter Cushing

"The Torture Garden" is pure cheese, and Burgess Meredith knows that nothing goes with cheese like ham. A glorious Amicus anthology film, with Jack Palance, Peter Cushing and others doing Robert Bloch's screenplay justice.

"The Creeping Flesh" features Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing and undead evil from Papua New Guinea. Complete with grave robbers too.