4 Scary Movies - MGM Movie Collection.
* THE RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD (1984 - Clu Gulager, James Karen, Don Calfa, Thom Mathews). Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the cemetery those brain-eating zombies are back and starving for more delicious mortals. On his very first day on the task at an army surplus shop, bad Freddy unsuspectingly releases nerve gas from a secret U.S. military cylinder, releasing an incredible horror. The gas re-animates a corps of remains, who develop from their tombs with a ravenous cravings for human brains! And luckily for those carnivorous cadavers, there is a group of partying teenagers close by, just waiting to be eaten!
* SWAMP THING (1982). Deep in Florida's darkest everglades a fantastic researcher, Dr. Alec Holland (Ray Wise), and a hot government agent, Alice Cable (Adrienne Barbeau), have developed a secret formula that might end world cravings and change civilization permanently. Their arch bane, Arcane (Louis Jourdan), robs the laboratory and kidnaps Alice. He douses Holland with the chemicals and leaves him for dead in the swamp. Altered by his own formula, Holland ends up being "Swamp Thing"- a half plant superhero who will stop at absolutely nothing to save the lovely Alice and defeat the wicked Arcane - even if it costs him his life!
* A BUCKET OF BLOOD (1959) - Walter (Dick Miller) is a busboy extremely amazed with the cool felines who hang out at The Yellow Door Coffeehouse, and he questions the best ways to end up being "hip." When he mistakenly eliminates his landlady's cat, Walter panics and covers it with clay. Before he understands it he's the "cat's meow" of the art world. His talent develops and - surprise! - he can shape human beings the very same way too. Like so lots of artists, his genuine talent will not be discovered - until he's dead.
* FROGS (1972) - This froggy scary movie bristles with countless nasty-tempered animals that are hopping mad - and murderous. Stars Ray Milland, Sam Elliot and Joan Van Ark are continuously a lily pad away from croaking.