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  Tigon Box Set Out Next February
  A Feast for the Eyes
  Following the release of the superlative DVD box sets 'The Amicus Collection' and 'The Norman Warren Collection', Anchor Bay UK is set to release The Tigon Collection, a six-disc DVD box set featuring the very best from the British film production company whose name has become synonymous with cinematic terror.

Specially packaged in a stunning coffin shaped presentation box, The Tigon Collection includes the films The Body Stealers, The Beast in the Cellar, The Haunted House of Horror and Virgin Witch along with two undisputed classics, Blood on Satan's Claw and Witchfinder General.

The classic Witchfinder General is regarded by many as the greatest British horror film ever made and stars the inimitable Vincent Price (Edward Scissorhands) as the fanatical and corrupt lawyer turned witchhunter, Matthew Hopkins. Travelling the English countryside, Hopkins wrenches confessions from 'witches' in order to make money and gain sexual favours, until the soldier husband of one of his victims vows to take revenge.

The Tigon Collection is available to buy on DVD from 21st February 2005, priced £29.99.
  Graeme Clark [15 Dec 2004 at 15:50]
     

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