Collection of five British horrors directed by Norman J. Warren. In 'Satan's Slave' (1976) a 19-year-old girl loses both her parents in a bizarre accident while staying at her uncle's country mansion. At the funeral she is inexplicably drawn to the grave of Camilla Yorke, one of her ancestors who was burned as a witch in 1753. Her investigation into her family soon leads to a disturbing tale of black magic, blood sacrifice and reincarnation. In 'Prey' (1977) Jessica and Jo (Glory Annen and Sally Faulkner) are lovers who live a quiet life on a secluded farm. The obsessive Jo lives for Jessica alone, while Jessica is easily distracted. When Anders (Barry Stokes) crashes in on their existence he provides Jessica with a welcome break to the monotony. However, Jo becomes jealous when Jessica invites him to stay and begins to question where he's really from. In 'Terror' (1978) a horror film-maker invites his closest friends to his abode for a special preview of his new shocker about the gruesome deaths that befell his ancestors. As the party rolls on, strange occurrences take place and over the course of a couple of days the guest list becomes shorter and shorter. In 'Inseminoid' (1981) a female crew member of a space archaeology expedition is attacked while surveying a distant planet. When she is found she is discovered to be pregnant and soon begins to stalk her fellow crew members with deadly intentions. In 'Bloody New Year' (1987) a group of teenagers are shipwrecked on a mysterious island and take shelter in an abandoned hotel that is decorated for New Year's Eve. As they try to find a way off the island, the friends find themselves under attack from the hotel's former residents.