"Cat People" (1942): Directed by Jacques Tourneur and written by Dewitt Bodeen, "Cat People" was the trailblazing first of Val Lewton's nine horror classics. Simone Simon portrays a bride who fears an ancient hex will turn her into a deadly panther when she's in passion's grip. "I Walked With A Zombie" (1943): Lewton takes the gothic romance of "Jane Eyre," resets it in the West Indies and adds the overriding terror of the living dead for the screen horror classic "I Walked with a Zombie." Frances Dee plays the nurse who witnesses the strange power of voodoo. "The Curse Of The Cat People" (1944): Simone Simon returns in "The Curse of the Cat People," a sequel in title but a landmark study of a troubled child. Dewitt Bodeen again provides the script, with Robert Wise making his directing debut, co-helming a gothic-laced mix of fantasy and fright. The Body Snatcher" (1945): Boris Karloff plays the title role in the Lewton adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's "The Body Snatcher." A doctor needs cadavers for medical studies, and Karloff is willing to provide them - one way or another. Don't miss his scene with fellow horror icon Bela Lugosi.
DVD Special Features: Audio Commentary by Greg Mank, Interviews, Theatrical Trailer
Other Special Features: Subtitles: English, French and Spanish
Audio Tracks: Dolby Digital Mono