PLEASE NOTE: This is A NTSC (USA/JAPAN format) Region 0 DVD

Titles in box: Daughter of Darkness, The Iron Rose, Burke and Hare


The Gothic, defined as a style characterized by gloomy settings, mysterious or violent events and an atmosphere of degeneration and decay, or of an imperiled or doomed love, is amply portrayed in these three celluloid creepies. Whether dealing with a deathly love among the tombs in a graveyard in THE IRON ROSE (Rollin, 1973), or of a beautiful woman whose stunning looks captivate and alienate in equal measure in DAUGHTER OF DARKNESS (Comfort, 1948), or of macabre gravediggers who kill for profit in BURKE AND HARE (Sewell, 1972), the Goth Box has it all! Prepare to be kissed by the night…

DVDs in Boxset:

Daughter of Darkness

Directed by Lance Comfort, 1948

The Iron Rose

Directed by Jean Rollin, 1973

Burke and Hare

Directed by Vernon Sewell, 1972

Special features:

Daughter of Darkness "Kiss of Death: Femme Fatales on Film" – exclusive expert insight into film noir and the femme fatale, plus Stills Gallery, Redemption Trailers

The Iron Rose "Les Pays Loins" Short Film (Directed by Jean Rollin, 1965), Les Pays Loins and The Iron Rose Stills Gallery, Original Trailer, Redemption Trailers

Burke and Hare "Grave Desires: Corpses on Film" – exclusive academic interview into on grave-robbing and cadavers in the movies. Stills Gallery, Redemption Trailers

Total runtime 270 minutes min 1.33:1

With Siobhan Mckenna, Anne Crawford, Maxwell Reed, Françoise Pascal, Natalie Perrey, Derren Nesbitt, Harry Andrews, Yutte Stensgaard, Yootha Joyce