1. All the Fine Young Cannibals (1960) Watch out Hannibal here comes... Natalie Wood?
2. The Beast of the City (1932) Walter Huston and Jean Harlow. Amazingly they don't do battle with even one oversized sea serpent.
3. Captain Blood (1935) Turns out Blood's his actual last name, he's a doctor and he does in fact become a Captain. Oh well.
4. The Masks of the Devil (1928) John Gilbert as a charming Viennese aristocrat, not the anti-christ. *
5. The Mayor of Hell (1933) Reform school drama with Jimmy Cagney that does not once involve anyone running for office in the netherworld.
6. Roar of the Dragon (1932) Tartan bandits on a remote island with Richard Dix. Where's Draco?
7. Sorcerer (1977) Oh boy, now this is gonna be good! There is no way this title is misleading! It's from the director of The Exorcist after all and it's name is Sorcerer! Yes! I can hardly... wha? Trucks? Who's the French guy with the watch?
8. Up Pops the Devil (1931) Complicated relationships with Carole Lombard. Again no Lucifer.
10. Wake of the Red Witch (1948) The Red Witch is a boat? It's a boat!?!!?
BONUS from the 21st Century:
Monster's Ball (2001) I know what you're thinking: Frankenstein, the Mummy, Dracula and the Wolfman all whooping it up together. Think again.
* The Masks of the Devils was directed by Victor Seastrom, the pseudonym for Victor Sjöström, the actor who gave such a remarkable performance in Ingmar Bergman's Wild Strawberries.