The undisputed queen of late-night B-movie horror flicks, "Elvira, Mistress of the Dark"--a character invented and portrayed by Cassandra Peterson--debuted on Los Angeles television station KHJ in 1981, dredging up the very worst in horror, science fiction, and monster movies as the host of Elvira's Movie Macabre. Beyond her outrageously low-cut gown and towering black bouffant, Elvira was also known for her bawdy double-entendres and her sarcastic, Valley Girl-ish humor--at commercial breaks she poked fun at the films' clumsily dubbed voices, murky plots, and unconvincing special effects. This DVD double feature reproduces two complete episodes of the show, with Elvira's original introductions, comments, and skits. The films themselves are remastered from new film transfers, and can also be watched without Elvira's wraparound segments. Five travelers are forced to take refuge in the infamous Castle Dracula, in Count Dracula's Great Love (1972). Unfortunately for them, the master (Paul Naschy) is in. But when one of the travelers actually falls in love with the count, she must choose between her mortal soul and an eternity as his bride. In the 1974 film Frankenstein's Castle Of Freaks (1974), the obsessive scientist (Rossano Brazzi) brings a Neanderthal man back to life, but must keep it a secret from the authorities, the townspeople, and his own daughter, who's preparing for her wedding. Horror icon and Tony Award nominee Michael Dunn is featured.