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In 2000, a company called Beverly Wilshire Filmworks began issuing a series of DVDs featuring English-dubbed versions of early Mexican horror films. The company was releasing the films of the K. Gordon Murray horror series of the mid 1960s. Soon after they began releasing the films, the Beverly Wilshire Filmworks company went out of business -- unfortunately before they had released the entire K. Gordon Murray collection. However, they did release 14 of these classic films -- and SantoStreet.com was fortunate enough to find a few of these original DVDs.

All DVDs on this page are in mint condition -- still sealed in their original illustrated factory boxes. The video quality of these DVDs varies, as apparently Beverly Wilshire sometimes used less than perfect sources to make their masters. However, all DVDs are certainly watchable and they are generally as good than the average copies that are presently available. I would rate the video quality in a range between Q-1.5 to Q-3 -- with Spiritism probably having the worst quality and Robot vs. the Aztec mummy having the best. The other titles range between Q-2 and Q-2/5. These English-dubbed titles are the only DVDs we currently have for sale.

Title / Year

The original Mexican title appears in italics at the beginning of the description.

Bloody Vampire (1962)

(Vampiro Sangriento...Atmospheric film introduces the Mexican vampire creation Count Frankenhausen. The story was continued in the excellent, Invasion of the Vampires; Carlos Agosti, Erna Martha Bauman.)

Brainiac (1961)

(Baron del Terror...The one-and-only! A bizarre, brain-slurping, occult monster sets out to get revenge on those who condemned him. If you only see one Mexi-monster film -- make it this one; Abel Salazar, German Robles, Ariadna Welter.)

Bring Me the Vampire (1961)

(Echenme al Vampiro...This haunted house comedy was imported by K. Gordon Murray. It involves murders, monsters and other weird doings, surrounding the reading of a will; Fernando Soto, Borolas, Alfonso Iglesias, Jose Jasso.)

Curse of the Crying Woman (1961)

(Maldicion de la Llorona...A gruesome, underrated horror film imported by K. Gordon Murray. A vampire-like witch lives in a spooky castle with her killer dogs, her decayed grandma and not one, but two homicidal maniacs; Rosita Arenas, Abel Salazar, Rita Macedo.)

Man and the Monster (1958)

(Hombre y el Monstruo...A combination of a Sell-Your-Soul-to-the-Devil theme with plenty of werewolf action and thrills. An affective monster film dubbed into English by K. Gordon Murray; Enrique Rambal, Abel Salazar.)

Night of the Bloody Apes (1968)

(Underrated remake of "Doctor of Doom" has it all -- wrestling women, monsters, graphic gore, nudity and sex; Armando Silvestre, Jose Elias Moreno, Carlos Lopez Moctezuma, Norma Lazareno.)

Phantom of the Red House (1954)

(Fantasma de la Casa Rojo...Haunted house comedy with Clavillazo playing a detective and other scary stuff. A fun K. Gordon Murray import; Alma Rosa Aguirre, Raul Martinez Jorge Reyes.)

Samson in the Wax Museum (1963)

(Santo en el Museo de Cera...Santo stars in a K. Gordon Murray import about another mad doctor and his monstrous creations. Sort of like, House of Wax - only minus Vincent Price and plus a masked wrestler hero; Claudio Brook, Ruben Rojo, Norma Mora, Fernando Oses.)

Samson vs. the Vampire Women (1962)

(Santo vs las Mujeres Vampiro...Classic Santo film has it all: vampires, werewolves, curses, Lorena Velazquez, action in the ring and some great dubbed dialog; Maria Duval, Jaime Fernandez, Ofelia Montesco, Augusto Benedico.)

Vampire's Coffin (1957)

(Ataud del Vampiro...English-dubbed sequel to the classic El Vampiro with the main stars all returning. A grave-robber removes a stake from a skeleton -- allowing the evil vampire to return to life; Abel Salazar, Ariadna Welter, German Robles.)

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