The House That Dripped Blood is another example of the portmanteau horror movies made by Amicus Productions. When a Scotland Yard police inspector in search of a missing horror film star visits the actor's home he discovers the strange history of the house and its previous tenants. Among them is a writer haunted by a serial killer of his own creation, a lonely recluse romantically obsessed with a waxwork figure of Salome which bears a startling resemblance to a woman from his past, and a strict father who is punished by his witchcraft-adept young daughter. Finally, the inspector uncovers the story of the missing horror film star and the mysterious vampire cloak which bestows unusual powers upon its wearer.
- Import DVD
- PAL Region 2
- Anamorphic Widescreen
- Commentary track with Peter Duffel and Jonathan Rigby
- Interviews with Peter Duffel, Ingrid Pitt, Chloe Franks and Geoffrey Bayldon
- Film gallery (pics, lobby cards, etc)
- Reviews from the time the film was released
- Film notes by Mark Miller.