Little Shop of Horrors is fun but the original is better.
Werewolf of London-This is okay but, unlike most of these movies, I like it less than you do.
Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man- After the great first three movies and the boring fourth one, the series settles into its camp-fun-monster-mash phase, were the different monsters all start to converge in one franchise, with every actor playing seven different roles. This one is actually responsible for some of the tropes everyone knows, like The Monster walking with its arms extended (because he's blind in this one).
Lugosi is not playing the monster *again*. Lon Chaney Jr. played him in Ghost. Lugosi was Igor in that one, but at the end Igor's brain was put in the monster and it spoke with Lugosi's voice.
House of Frankenstein- I think this one is a blast. Even for this kind of thing the "science" is really nonsensical.
House of Dracula-For whatever reason, I don't really remember this one.
The Brides of Dracula- In the last one they said that vampires don't really turn into bats, but now they do! The scene where Van Helsing cures himself of a vampire bite is pretty badass.
Dracula Has Risen from the Grave- I think this was Hammer's biggest hit, which is appropriate because although it's not the best, it's probably their most representative movie. Freddie Francis, the director, won multiple Oscars as a cinematographer. This was the first movie to receive an NPAA rating, and it's rated G.
Taste the Blood of Dracula- I actually think the parts before Christopher Lee shows up are better. He wasn't going to be in the movie, so they made up a story where Dracula possess somebody else, and then he agreed to sign on and they had the other guy actually turn into him. I think.
Scars of Dracula-This one is kind of a standalone. I think the thing with the drooling bat at the beginning might be deliberately ambiguous, so you can decide if it's a resurrection or just a meaningless credit sequence.
I was excited when I heard this one had him crawling up the castle walls, but tbh that scene was disappointing.
Not that great, but I liked all the fake bats.
The Curse of Frankenstein- Pretty good, even if the monster is underused. I think it's funny that they have to include the scene where they damage the brain, considering the fact that the guy it belongs to was murdered by being pushed through some cheap breakaway railing and falling a story onto his head. I just expected that to be the explanation for his brain damage.
The Revenge of Frankenstein-Good, but I don't remember it well enough to have additional comments.
I haven't seen The Evil of or Created Woman, but aren't they pretty much unconnected to the other four, which function as their own four movie series with two random alternate-universe stories in the middle?
Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed-You didn't like this one? It's usually considered the best one. I liked it, but I join the casts discomfort with the rape scene, which was shoehorned in because the producers thought the movie needed some sex. Some rapey sex, apparently.