"Horror Classics, Vol. 3" (2003) presents four Hollywood horror classics on one DVD disc. The first movie is "The Indestructible Man" (1956), the story of Lon Chaney Jr. as a resurrected criminal who goes on a murdering rampage. Followed by "The Wasp Woman" (1960), where Susan Cabot stars as a cosmetics company owner who developed human-preying urges upon testing a youth-cream. The third offering is "The Ape" (1940), the story of a scientist who dresses up as an ape to extract spinal fluid from unsuspecting humans. "Dementia 13" (1963) is a horror tale based in an Irish castle.
Test-tube experiments go wrong in this volume when a woman tests out a new ointment that contains wasp enzymes and a scientist runs dry on a very valuable - and dangerous - ingredient. Susan Cabot, Boris Karloff, and more star.