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    Mill Creek Releasing The Inner Sanctum Mysteries

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    This is the Inner Sanctum, A Strange Fantastic World

    Death, dementia, dark arts ... it's just another day in the forbidding and fascinating world of the Inner Sanctum!

    Get ready for unlimited thrills and chills as all six classic Inner Sanctum Mysteries come to Blu-ray for the first time ever. Based on the popular radio shows of the 1940's, this collectible set is a must-own for every classic mystery and horror fan.

    You'll have a hauntingly good time with horror icon Lon Chaney, Jr., as he gives timeless performances in these spooky feature-length films.

    Calling Dr. Death – 1943 - A doctor is not sure if he murdered his wife and has his nurse try to find the truth by hypnotizing him.

    Weird Woman – 1944 – While on a trip, a professor falls in love with an exotic native woman who turns out to be a supernatural being.

    Dead Man's Eyes – 1944 - When an artist is blinded, an operation to restore his sight depends on another person willing to donate their eyes.

    The Frozen Ghost – 1945 – A stage mentalist and a discredited plastic surgeon are involved in mysterious goings-on in an eerie wax museum.

    Strange Confession – 1945 – Flashbacks reveal the events leading up to a man's revenge on the racketeer who took advantage of his wife.

    Pillow of Death – 1945 - A lawyer in love with his secretary is suspected of suffocating his wife, among others.

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    I've watched a couple of these, but Lon Chaney's whispered narration was so fucking annoying to me that I couldn't watch the rest. Night of the Eagle was a better adaption than Weird Woman, but I didn't think that was anything great either.
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    None of these are very memorable. I'll stick with the dvd set.
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    These are theatrical B films by the way, Ian.
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    I only like Calling Dr Death and Pillow of Death. Not a must have, but nice for those who didn't get the dvd set.
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    I really like these (more childhood memories from Boston late night TV). I quickly purchased the DVD set when it was released (almost 15 years ago!).
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    No firm details yet but Eureka confirmed they are releasing this in the UK soon.
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    If they've got a deal with Universal I'd prefer to see some of their obscure horror flicks which haven't been released here yet, I haven't got those US sets yet. Loved their Old Dark House disc.
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