Following the releases of the Universal Horror Collection Volumes 1 and 2 earlier this year, Scream Factory is giving horror fans the gift of more classic genre films with the December 17th release of Universal Horror Collection Volume 3 (including Tower of London, Man Made Monster, 1941's The Black Cat, and Horror Island), and ahead of its release, we've been provided with the full list of special features to share with Daily Dead readers:

Press Release: Los Angeles, CA – Get ready for more thrills and chills as Universal Horror Collection Volume 3 is coming to Blu-ray on December 17 from Scream Factory. The collection comes packed with a wealth of special features, including new audio commentary by film historians Steve Haberman, Tom Weaver, Constantine Nasr, Gary D. Rhodes, and Ted Newsom, and a new 2K scan of a fine grain print.

Volume 3 of the Universal Horror Collection includes four tales of terror from the archives of Universal Pictures, the true home of classic horror. This collection includes such horror stars as Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, Vincent Price, Lon Chaney Jr. and Basil Rathbone. A ruthless king rises to power with the help of his mad and murderous executioner in Tower of London. A mad scientist transforms a carnival performer into a murderous monster in Man Made Monster. In The Black Cat, a group of greedy heirs find themselves stuck in a creepy mansion where, one by one, people turn up dead. What started out as a treasure-making scheme ends up deadly for a group of people stuck in a haunted castle with a killer known as “the Phantom” in Horror Island.

UNIVERSAL HORROR COLLECTION VOL. 3 Bonus Features

TOWER OF LONDON
· NEW 2K scan of a fine grain print
· NEW Audio Commentary with author/film historian Steve Haberman
· Still Gallery

MAN MADE MONSTER
· NEW Audio Commentary with author/film historian Tom Weaver and filmmaker/film historian Constantine Nasr
· Still Gallery

THE BLACK CAT (1941)
· NEW Audio Commentary with author/film historian Gary D. Rhodes
· Theatrical Trailer
· Still Gallery

HORROR ISLAND
· NEW Audio Commentary by filmmaker/film historian Ted Newsom
· Theatrical Trailer
· Still Gallery

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