Download "The City of the Dead (Horror Hotel)" (1960) for free!
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It is an excellent movie!
Thanks (Bnwmovies) for another great movie.
Great movie. Took me back to when my Dad and I would sit up late night watching these great black and white movies. The good scary one, Alfred Hitchcock, Bella Lugosi, The Werewolf, Dracula, the Mummy, etcetera. Keep more coming! Thank you.
I just love these sorts of movies. Directed just good enough to keep my attention. The silly or less realistic type of directing is what causes me to discontinue watching, from beginning to end.
Please, please, PLEASE…You have no idea how much i love this website. ..and you, for that matter. You have made this the best place to watch black and whites from long ago, the best, because we’re not bombarded with constant buffering like on HULU and no advertisements like on Hulu. You have done it up right, Sir, and deserve a Million star rating, for perfection.
You are very welcome, Jacquie. Happy holidays!
OMGoodness! I’m so excited I’ve found this website as I’ve been a horror movie lover for as long as I can remember; and the old black & white ones are absolutely the best. Some of them have been colorized but to me the black & white versions are still the best by far. Now days, good horror movies are far inbetween and just not made anymore because this new age of horror is simply an insult. If you really want a “GOOD” horror movie you’ve gotta go way back to the 70’s and before, the ones with (just naming a few): Vincent Price, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Lon Chaney, and Bela Lugosi in them. I just got my Amazon box and one of the first things I did was start searching for these great movies; I was very pleased to find them and will no longer have to wait until October (Halloween) to see really good horror. I just retired on 3/1/15 and will now really enjoy watching TV. So please keep the classic black & white horror movies available and coming, as I along with lovers everywhere of real, true, without a doubt, sho-nuff classic horror salute BNW Movies for a job extremely well done. 2GODbTheGlory
Oh you guys! I actually found your fantastic website about 3yrs ago. I was looking specifically for Horror Hotel. And there it was! These movies are not just better made. They spark ones imagination. The fog, the music and the shadows exude an ambiance that today’s horror films just don’t possess. Isn’t one of the scariest things the unknown? The creak on the staircase, the shadow moving just out of sight in the fog and whatever’s below that trapdoor – the operating word being Trap. Isn’t that what causes our hearts to beat faster, our breath to catch in our throat and our hair at the back of our neck to stand on end? Yes, this is THE website where I sit late at night, watching an old favorite horror movie. Wondering if the sound I just heard outside my window. Is that unknown something lurking and waiting for….? Yes bnwmovies, you ARE my fav. And THE best at what you do! Thank-you so much!
Awesome site. Last man on earth truly a hit. They don’t make the women now like back then.
best movie site online…..:)
I seen this movie when it first came out and it scared the heck,out of me.of course I was young then ,but I must say it still has a time or two that works.after all it was 1960 but still enjoyable thanks
I too watched those horror movies from the past when younger, The Wolfman, Dracula and the others of that era. no way can movies today stand next to these classics. My favorite was The Wolfman. I felt sorry for him because he was good but cursed and nothing he could do about it. His father Lon Chaney Sr. played in the classic, The Man of a Thousand Faces, awesome actor Of course by the time I watched them on my own I was a young adult and although they were reruns and more than 60 years ago I still watched them and love them..They remind me of growing up in Brooklyn in my grandmother’s house watching TV with my young uncles who still lived at home and babysat me while my mother was out working..Thank you very much for these free classics.