Collection of four classic horror films from Hammer Film Productions. In 'The Revenge of Frankenstein' (1958) Baron Victor Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) escapes the guillotine only to take on a new identity in a new town. He works in a local hospital, but his apparent kindness to his charges masks his true motives: harvesting their body parts in order to create a new monster. In 'The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll' (1960) workaholic scientist Dr. Henry Jekyll (Paul Massie) embarks on an experiment which turns him into Edward Hyde. Jekyll's wife, Kitty (Dawn Addams), has no hope left for their marriage and is having an affair with Paul Allen (Christopher Lee), an old acquaintance of Jekyll's. When he transforms into Hyde, Jekyll becomes friends with Allen, who soon finds out that Hyde is violent and arrogant. At Hyde's request, Allen takes him around London's seedy night life, where Hyde meets and becomes involved with working girl Maria (Norma Marla). Then, disguised as Hyde, he attempts to beguile his wife, but will he succeed? In 'Taste of Fear' (1961) Susan Strasberg stars as the wheelchair-bound Penny Appleby. After escaping a near-fatal drowning accident, Penny resumes her life in the French Riviera with her stepmother, Jane (Ann Todd). However, Penny begins to worry when everyone around her, including Doctor Gerrard (Lee), seems to be acting in a strange manner. To make matters worse, she has been seeing the body of her deceased father. She asks chauffeur Robert (Ronald Lewis) for help as she attempts to find out the truth about what is really going on. Finally, 'The Damned' (1962) follows American tourist Simon Wells (Macdonald Carey) and 20-year-old Joan (Shirley Anne Field) as they escape a motorcycle gang. Joan is the sister of gang leader King (Oliver Reed) and she falls for Simon when King and his cronies mug him. The two become an item and set sail in Simon's boat in an attempt to evade King's wrath. Their journey leads them to a military base where scientist Bernard (Alexander Knox) is performing experiments on children in the hope that he can create a generation that will survive a nuclear bomb. When King catches up with the couple, they persuade him to help the children escape but the task is seemingly impossible. While on the base Simon, Joan and King are all exposed to radioactivity. Will they be able to evade capture and survive its effects?