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  • Doctor Butcher M.D. (1980)
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    2-Disc DVD Edition - Italian mad doctor / zombie / cannibal flick is a must. And you get both versions of the film: The original Italian ZOMBIE HOLOCAUST version of the film, as well as the American DR. BUTCHER version of the film. Extras include interviews… and even more interviews, trailers, and more.  2-Disc DVD Edition

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  • Doctor Dracula (1977)
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    Al Adamson hatchet job started out life as a reedited version of Svengali, released in 1974 with some new footage added as the soft sex Satan flick, Lucifer’s Women. More new footage with John Carradine was added to turn it into a Satanic vampire movie, and presto, Dr. Dracula was born! Confused? Then you probably don’t know much about Independent International Pictures... But you should, so start with any of the Al Adamson films until you get through as many as you can find. Includes original trailer for Lucifer’s Women, a rare spook show promo, and plenty of other Al Adamson movie trailers. Tough to find DVD.

    ** Please Note - This is a “cut out” DVD with a small cut through the UPC code on the back of the DVD box. Otherwise, it’s a factory wrapped original.

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  • Doctor Orloff's Monster (1964)
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    Young and attractive college student, Melissa, travels to Holfen to spend the holiday’s at her Uncle Conrad’s castle. There she finds her uncle cold and dismissive and her aunt Ingred bitter and constantly drunk; reliving the time Conrad killed his brother Andros after he found him banging her over and over. Seems that Conrad is a disciple of the infamous Dr. Orloff (who gained an “f” in his name since the first film) and has turned Andros into a human automation that seeks out and kills strippers, prostitutes, and various ladies of the evening that Conrad gives a strange necklace transmitter to. Yep, it’s a weird one from cult director Jess Franco. That’s for sure. It’s also long out of print. Contains the original French and Italian trailers and over ten minutes of alternate and deleted footage as a bonus. DVD
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  • Doctor Phibes Rises Again (1972)
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    Dr. Phibes (Vincent Price) awakens from a decade long slumber and heads to Egypt with his faithful assistant, the corpse of his dead wife, and a plan to resurrect his beloved spouse. Hot on his trail is Biederbeck (Robert Quarry), another guy interested in what Phibes has hidden away in Egypt. Just as much fun as the original film. Uncut, widescreen print with trailer. Out of print DVD.
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  • Document of the Dead (1979-2012)
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    Roy Frumkes amazing documentary on horror director George Romero was filmed as he was working on his zombie classic, Dawn of the Dead. An intimate look at Romero’s creative process, this film contains a wealth of behind-the-scenes footage from the shooting of Dawn, as well as makeup effects footage, scenes from other Romero films, interviews with cast and crew members and more.

    This is the 2012 “definitive” version of Document of the Dead. It contains almost 6 minutes worth of footage that was deleted from the original release, as well as a new segment Frumkes shot ten years later on the set of Romero’s “Two Evil Eyes”, and even newer interviews and footage from Land of The Dead, Diary of The Dead, and Survival of The Dead. A must for all Dawn of the Dead and Romero fans if ever we saw one.  DVD

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  • Dolemite (1975)
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    Blu-ray and DVD Combo - Rudy Ray Moore is Dolemite, the baddest pimp in the city. Just released from prison and ready to take revenge on gangster Willie Green (D’Urvill Martin) for setting him up and stealing his club, Dolemite hits him hard with the help of Queen Bee (Lady Reed) and their band of Kung Fu fighting vixens in this blaxploitation classic. Includes making of documentary, featurettes, commentary, trailers, and more.

    Includes both the Blu-ray and standard DVD versions of the film.

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  • Doll Squad (1973) , The
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    When a madman plots to overthrow the world by unleashing bubonic plague infected rats throughout the population, it’s up to The Doll Squad, an elite band of female commandos led by Francine York, who are every bit as deadly as they are beautiful to stop the madman from unleashing his plague. This action-adventure exploitation flick from director Ted V. Mikels was a forerunner to the popular Charlie's Angels TV series and is one of Mikels best films. Includes commentary by Ted Mikels, an interview with Tura Satana who was one of the Doll Squad members, as well as a Mikels filmography and trailer. Out of print Image release DVD.
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  • Don't Go In The Woods (1981)
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    Blu-ray and DVD Combo - It’s 80’s slasher time when four young campers discover a machete-wielding maniac living in the forests around the Utah mountains who hacks and slashes all he comes across. Plenty of no budget gore and black humor makes this cult horror turd a must for any collection. Includes commentary with director James Bryan and others, featurette, trailer, TV promo, and more.

    Includes both the Blu-ray and standard DVD versions of the film.

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  • Dorm of the Dead (2012)
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    Slacker college student, Will, heads back to his dorm after Spring Break to find his younger brother Cory visiting him for the week. Will ditches his brother and class to find his dorm now overrun by zombies and quickly becomes the leader of a group of survivors. Includes commentary track, and tutorials on the special effects and zombie make-ups. DVD

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  • Double Feature: 2069: A Sex Odyssey (1974) & Run, Virgin, Run (1970)
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    A double dose of imported West German soft sex classics! In 2069: A SEX ODYSSEY, five beautiful female aliens from Venus are sent to Earth. Why? Because Venus is an all female planet, and they need Earth men to help populate the place, that’s way.

    In RUN, VIRGIN, RUN, we discover that the brisk wind called the “Faun” isn’t responsible for the town of Rabbitsville’s satisfied female population and high birth rate. Truth is, whenever the town’s men are away, the over sexed females find comfort in the extraordinary prowess of town stud, Michael, who has no problem putting a smile on the women’s faces.

    Both films are dubbed in English. Includes radio spots, full color booklet with liner notes, and trailers. DVD

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  • Double Feature: Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971) & Scream and Scream Again (1970)
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    Vincent Price Double Feature - A double dose of 70's horror when a man who was disfigured in a car wreck seeks revenge against those who he believes are responsible for his wife’s death in THE ABOMINABLE DR. PHIBES; while a deranged scientist seeks to create a race of super-humans in SCREAM AND SCREAM AGAIN.  DVD

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  • Double Feature: Anatomy of a Psycho (1960) & The Lonely Sex (1959)
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    In ANATOMY OF A PSYCHO, the brother of a convicted murderer takes revenge on the people he thinks were responsible for his brothers demise.

    In THE LONELY SEX, an outcast kidnaps a young woman and holds her hostage while a peeping Tom goes about his usual business of peeping on them.  DVD

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    With this Roger Corman Cult Classics Double Feature, you get Angie Dickinson leading up an all-star cast (William Shatner, Tom Skerritt, Dick Miller, Sally Kirkland, etc) in BIG BAD MOMMA as Wilma, a bootlegger turned kidnapper when she devises a plan to use a millionaire’s daughter for a big payday.

    Angie Dickinson returns in BIG BAD MOMMA 2 and sets her sights on a crooked politicians son in another kidnapping scheme. Includes commentary tracks, interviews, trailers, and more.  DVD

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    2-Disc DVD Box Set - in BLACK DEVIL DOLL FROM HELL, we find wholesome Christian woman, Helen Black, browsing through a local antique shop when she spots a ventriloquist doll. She is oddly drawn to the doll and decides to purchase it after being forewarned about the dolls mysterious past. Unbeknownst to her, the doll is Black Devil Doll from Hell and comes alive to give Helen her heartfelt wish... A wish she may soon regret!

    TALES FROM THE QUADEAD ZONE is a low budget trilogy of horror tales: Food For?, a tale about hunger and it’s effect on one poor family and one family member’s solution to this devastating problem; The Brothers is a story about Fred and Ted Johnson, brothers whom have hated each other from birth. Fred dies of an apparent heart attack. Ted steals his body from a funeral home to carry out a strange and bizarre deed that results in a chain of evens that Ted could not have foreseen. Lastly, in Unseen Vision, we meet Bobby, a dead little boy whom keeps bringing his mother strange books to read to him…books that can’t be found in this world. Includes commentary with writer, producer, and director Chester N. Turner and star Shirley Jones, A Return to The Quadead Zone documentary, the alternate VHS cut of Black devil Doll From Hell, trailers, and more. A double dose of shot on video madness you’ll never see again!  DVD

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  • Double Feature: Bloody Dead (1967) & The Creature with the Blue Hand (1967) , The
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    Creepy and atmospheric Euro-horror with Klaus Kinski was based on stories by Edgar Wallace, the guy who wrote the original King Kong and several murder thrillers. Originally produced as THE BLUE HAND, the story has Kinski playing twins. One is an insane killer who kills people with a garden-claw like weapon, and the other an innocent victim.

    Roger Corman purchased the original film and released it under the title of THE CREATURE WITH THE BLUE HAND. Sam Sherman at Independent International picked up the movie for it’s video release, decided to add some extra blood and gore to the film, and released it to video under the title THE BLOODY DEAD.

    Cult makeup and effects man, Ed French, did the extra gore and plays the main lunatic in the added opening asylum scenes. In addition to the inserted asylum scene, Sam Sherman inserted gore into all of the films existing murder scenes. Included here are both version of the film as they were released to US markets over the years. Includes commentary from Sam Sherman, trailers, and more. Out-of-print DVD.

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  • Double Feature: Blue Demon: Spy Destroyer (1968) and Passport to Death (1968)
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    Here we have a couple early thrillers featuring masked Mexican wrestling hero, Blue Demon. Blue Demon takes on a group of international spies in “Destructor de Espias” and well, basically does it again in “Pasaporte a la Muerte”. Both features are in Spanish language only, but easy enough to follow along with and a must for all masked hero fans out there. DVD

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  • Double Feature: Count Yorga, Vampire (1970) & The Return of Ct. Yorga (1971)
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    Both of the AIP vampire classics with Robert Quarry as the lead bloodsucker on one DVD. Includes trailers for both as well. Out of print DVD.

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    A manned rocket returning from the Moon is invaded by an alien life force that possesses an astronaut and maintains control of his severed hand after he crash lands on the beach while returning home in The Crawling Hand.

    While prehistoric Slime People emerge from the sewers of LA to garner a giant Golden Turkey Award and put the Army on edge in The Slime People.

    These two films were originally teamed up as a drive-in double bill over 50 years ago, and can now be enjoyed as a double feature in your own home. Includes trailers and audio interview with Slime People star Susan Hart.  DVD

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  • Double Feature: Dead of Winter (1987) & Audrey Rose (1977)
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    Thriller Double Feature: DEAD OF WINTER (1987) and AUDREY ROSE (1977) - When actress Latie McGovern (Mary Steenbergen) is summoned to an isolated estate for a screen test, she finds that her mysterious host, Mr. Murray (Roddy McDowall) has other plans for her. In AUDREY ROSE, a force from beyond the grave threatens the lives of Bill and Janet Templeton and their daughter Ivy. DVD
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  • Double Feature: Death Force (1978) & Vampire Hookers (1978)
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    Director Ciro Santiago Double Feature - After being left for dead, Doug is rescued by two Japanese soldiers that live on a remote island and taught the ways of the samurai. Upon returning to the USA, he quickly moves to get his revenge in DEATH FORCE (under it’s original title of Vengeance is Mine!)

    In VAMPIRE HOOKERS two American sailors discover a group of sexy vampires (led by John Carradine as The Count himself) that pose as hookers and lure men to their secret lair.  DVD

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    Nothing like two films that don’t go together winding up as a double feature… Robert Quarry portrays Khorda, a Manson-esque guru with a taste for blood in DEATHMASTER. He finds easy victims in the hippie communes of the 1970s and begins turning hippies into vampires.

    TEENAGE EXORCIST is a horror comedy with Quarry as a zombie-fighting priest who teams up with Eddie Deezan to battle some evil this or that. With B Queen Brinke Stevens, Fred Olen Ray regular Jay Richardson, and horror icon Michael Berryman as the creepy realtor. DVD

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    Two cannibal films on one DVD! Deranged is the best movie about Wisconsin cannibal and ghoul, Ed Gein. This is the original 82 minute release print and trailer.

    Motel Hell is the classic cannibal comedy with Rory Calhoun as “Farmer Vincent”, a guy who knows a good cut of meat when it stays a night at his motel! Uncut, widescreen print with trailer. Out of print DVD.

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    While on vacation, a couple meet the mysterious Arman du Molliere, a suave French aristocrat that actually turns out to be a sinister vampire cult leader who controls the DEVILS OF DARKNESS.

    Lon Chaney. Jr. is the modern day warlock Morgan Whitlock in WITCHCRAFT. He’s out to avenge his family after 300 years of patiently waiting for the family matriarch to return from the grave. Out of print DVD.

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  • Double Feature: Don't Open the Door (1979) & Don't Look in the Basement (1972)
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    Scream Theater Volume 3: Don't Open the Door & Don't Look in the Basement. It’s a double dose of low budget horror from cult director S.F. Brownrigg. First up is DON’T OPEN THE DOOR where we find a dutiful granddaughter heading home to take care of her dying grandmother. What she finds is a homicidal maniac and murder at every turn!

    In Brownrigg’s drive-in classic, DON’T LOOK IN THE BASEMENT, we find a new staff member arriving at a hospital for the criminally insane after the doctor in charge is killed with an axe by an inmate. Things just don’t seem right… It’s like the inhabitants have taken over the asylum. DVD

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    With this Roger Corman Cult Classics Double Feature, you get the evil hidden away in an old house horror flick, THE EVIL, along with the ghost filled mansion horror film, TWICE DEAD. Includes commentary tracks, trailers, and interviews.  DVD

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  • Double Feature: From a Whisper to a Scream (1986) & Theater of Blood (1973)
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    FROM A WHISPER TO A SCREAM (1986) and THEATER OF BLOOD (1973) - Vincent Price narrates the Jeff Burr directed anthology horror film, FROM A WHISPER TO A SCREAM, as the historian of creepy old town, Oldfield, where he shares the towns horrifying secrets with a visiting reporter.

    In THEATER OF BLOOD, Price stars as a Shakespearean actor who takes poetic justice on the critics who don’t recognize his greatness. DVD

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    Gamera vs Guiron (1969) & Gamera vs Jiger (1970). Our giant flying turtle, Gamera, is out to save a couple of kids from brain-eating space beauties while taking on the giant monster Guiron in GAMERA VS GUIRON (aka Attack of the Monsters).

    Gamera invades Expo ‘70 to battle the spear-spiting Jiger in GAMERA VS. JIGER (aka Gamera vs. Monster X).

    Includes both the original Japanese language, as well as the English dubbed versions of the films. DVD

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  • Double Feature: Guyana, Crime of the Century & Carlos the Terrorist (1979)
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    It’s a director Rene Cardona Jr. double feature. First up, Stuart Whitman is cult leader Jim Jones. He suckers and murders almost 1,000 people in his Guyana community. Three cheers for religious ignorance! CARLOS is the story of a desperate man on the run. After killing his crime lord boss, a man turns to the CIA for help, but finds them to be nothing more than double-crossing SOB’s. DVD
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    Double Feature DVD - Haunted Palace is one of director Roger Corman’s Poe films with Vincent Price haunted by the ghost of his warlock ancestor.

    Tower of London finds Vincent Price playing the demented despot who’s plans include killing his way to England’s throne - only to be haunted by the spirits of his victims.

    Both films include an interview with Roger Corman and original trailer. Now out of print DVD.

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  • Double Feature: Hellraiser 3: Hell on Earth (1992) and Hellraiser: Bloodline (1996)
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    In Hellraiser 3, a TV reporter witnesses a teenage boy torn apart by bloody chains and she’s determined to find the truth behind his death. She discovers the mysterious box that opens the world of the Cenobites instead. Hellraiser: Bloodline is set in the future where a member of the family that created the mysterious box attempts to set things right… and fails.
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    The Herman Cohen Classic Horror Double Feature - A double dose of 50s horror from writer/producer Herman Cohen starts off with one of the most unforgettable films a kid could find on late night TV back in the day.

    Everyone loves to read about grisly murders, so crime reporter Michael Gough provides London with its fair share of gruesome deaths. Then he benefits from the first hand knowledge of the crimes when he writes them up for the newspapers and his own books in HORRORS OF THE BLACK MUSEUM.

    THE HEADLESS GHOST... Well, not nearly as much fun as the first film, but fans of British horror comedies might get a kick out of it. Three teenagers meet ancient British ghosts in a haunted castle and get chased around by a floating head. Yep, like I said. Not nearly as much fun as HORRORS, but hey, consider it a free-be on the same DVD and you’ll be A-OK.  DVD

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  • Double Feature: Invisible Invaders (1959) & Journey to the Seventh Planet (1962)
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    An army of moon-men invade Earth by taking over the dead. Can a scientist, a sergeant, and a sexy gal save the world before it’s too late in INVISIBLE INVADERS? In a futuristic year of 2001, the government sends a team of scientists to explore Uranus. Turns out this JOURNEY TO THE SEVENTH PLANET proves that Uranus has a small Danish village filled with voluptuous women living on it. Damn broads plan on conquering Earth too. Bad alien hotties. Bad! Out of print DVD.
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  • Double Feature: Isle of the Dead (1945) & Bedlam (1946)
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    What happens when you team up producer Val Lewton with horror icon Boris Karloff? You get two creepy, atmospheric horror films guaranteed to please, that’s what! Karloff shares a quarantined house with several other strangers on the plague infested ISLE OF THE DEAD; while the Bethlehem Asylum in 1761 London is the setting for BEDLAM, where Karloff puts in a great performance as the doomed overseer of the asylum’s inmates. This is a “cut-out” DVD. Still in its original shrink wrap, but the UPC code has a mark through it. Now out of print DVD.
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    Vincent Price Double Feature DVD: Price is the lone survivor of a plague that turns people into zombie-like creatures in the classic LAST MAN ON EARTH. It was based on Richard Matheson’s “I Am Legend” and remade as The Omega man with Charlton Heston. Director William Castle’s HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL finds Price playing a millionaire who invites a group of people to a creepy old mansion and promises each of them ten grand if they survive the night. A double dose of classic chills! DVD
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  • Double Feature: Madman of Mandoras (1963) & The Devil's Hand (1962)
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    MADMAN FROM MANDORAS might be better known as THEY SAVED HITLER’S BRAIN. It’s the story of Nazi’s who gave eternal life to Hitler’s brain developing nerve gas on the remote island of Mandoras. In THE DEVIL’S HAND, a guy is plagued by strange dreams of a beautiful woman. When he and his girlfriend visit a local doll shop, he finds not only a doll that looks exactly like the woman in his dreams, but another doll that looks just like his girlfriend... That and a satanic cult that is slowly sucking the life from his girl! DVD
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  • Double Feature: Mighty Gorga & One Million AC/DC (1969) , The
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    To save his bankrupt circus from bad guy Gary Kent, Mark Remington (Anthony Eisley) journeys to Africa to find and capture The Mighty Gorga, a goofy looking, cross-eyed, man in a monkey suit. Almost breathtaking in its simplicity, David L. Hewitt’s The Mighty Gorga has to be seen to be believed. Gorga’s stop motion tyrannosaurus returns in the soft core sex spoof, ONE MILLION AC/DC, written by none other than Ed Wood, Jr. and starring Gary Kent as the leader of a cave dwelling tribe of horny Stone Agers. A double dose of jaw-dropping exploitation flicks from the late 60’s guaranteed to please the Drive-In crap movie fan in all of us! Includes all kinds of extras, like trailers, shorts films, and a gallery of exploitation movie ad art. Out-of-print DVD.
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  • Double Feature: Night Evelyn Came out of the Grave (1971) & The House at the Edge of the Park (1980)
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    Double Feature: Night Evelyn Came out of the Grave (1971) & The House at the Edge of the Park (1980)

    Obsessed after his beautiful red-headed wife, Evelyn, dies, a deranged nobleman is sent to a mental institution. Upon his release, he begins to pick up red-haired women and take them back to his castle for a little bit of S&M punishment.

    Cult rape-revenge film, House at the Edge of the Park, features David Hess as a thug that crashes an upscale dinner party and begins abusing the guests… or was he supposed to attend this particular party in the first place? This is more like an Italian Exploitation Double Feature. And a rather decent one at that.  DVD

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  • Double Feature: Night of the Bloody Apes (1972 & Feast of Flesh (1967)
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    Double Feature: Night of the Bloody Apes (1972) and Feast of Flesh (1967). Crazy Dr. Krellman gives his sick son Julio the heart of a gorilla and transforms him into a “horrible half beast, half man” that runs around attacking women and mutilating men in this cult favorite NIGHT OF THE BLOODY APES from director Rene Cardona. It’s up to a pair of masked female wrestlers to stop the monster’s rampage before his crazy doctor dad transplants half the hearts in Mexico into monkey-monster-Julio. In FEAST OF FLESH, a crackpot in a monster mask is out poking people with syringes and transforming women into drugged out love slaves. Also includes over an hours worth of bonus material, including trailers, outtakes, short films and more! DVD
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    Ray Milland directs and stars as a husband and father trying to keep his family together after they drop the bomb on California in PANIC IN YEAR ZERO. Vincent Price is the last man standing in a world of vampire-like zombies in THE LAST MAN ON EARTH. DVD
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    In RETURN OF DRACULA Francis Lederer is the infamous Count. He pulls up stakes in Europe and heads to America where he tries to pass as the cousin of an American family.

    Small town doctor John Beal accidentally ingests an experimental bat serum and transforms into an undead, blood sucking fiend in THE VAMPIRE.  Now out of print DVD

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    Piper Laurie is RUBY, a mother whose mute daughter becomes possessed by the spirit of her murdered father... A guy out to avenge his death! In KISS OF THE TARANTULA, Susan lives with her mother and father in a creepy mortuary. She’s a wee bit strange and none of the other kids like her very much. One day, Susan finds out that her mom is plotting to kill her father and this sends her over the deep end. Now she’s making good use of her dad’s mortuary as well as her loving pet spiders to exact her revenge. A double dose of 70s drive-in fun the likes of which is long gone in this day of pathetic, unwatchable, and unimaginative hollyturd remakes. DVD
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  • Double Feature: Satan's Black Wedding (1975) & Criminally Insane (1975)
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    SATAN’S BLACK WEDDING (1975) and CRIMINALLY INSANE (1975) - Best known for grim and gritty soft sex features shot in the 60s and 70s, director Nick Phillips put his feet into horror and exploitation territory twice in 1975 and came up with two cult classics in the process. In SATAN’S BLACK WEDDING Mark heads off to the left coast after the sudden death of his sister. He learns that she was researching a book about Satanism and spent lots of time at an abandoned church outside of town. Mark finds out she’s still there and Satan has plans for him as well. In the cult classic CRIMINALLY INSANE, 300 pound “Crazy Fat Ethel” Janowski has just been released from a mental institution to live with her grandmother. After grandma locks away the food so Ethel will stop stuffing her face, she murders the old lady. It isn’t long before Ethel becomes a killer who won’t let anybody come between her and her stomach... But what is she going to do with the bodies that are starting to pile up in the spare bedroom?... Also includes Nick Phillips shot on video cheapie sequel, CRIMINALLY INSANE 2 (1987), along with interviews with the director, featurette, commentary and trailers. DVD
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  • Double Feature: Satan's Slave & Corpse Master
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    A double dose of Asian horrors! First up is the Indonesian horror flick SATAN’S SLAVE. At the funeral of a child, tempers flair and a family rivalry is revealed. Soon, strange sightings of lost loved ones turn into close encounters and son, the spawns of Hell are running amuck! CORPSE MASTER is a Chinese horror film. A Taoist Priest makes his living as a corpse and vampire wrangler with the help of his baby vampire helper. When an evil sorcerer wants the baby vampire for his own evil plans the battle lines are drawn. Both films are subtitled in English. DVD
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    Pam Grier is Sheba Shane, private eye, in director William Girdler’s SHEBA, BABY. She’s called home when trouble erupts with her father’s business. It’s .44 Mag and machine gun justice, Drive-In style, from then on! Rudy Ray Moore and Yaphet Kotto are two Chicago hustler’s in MONKEY HUSTLE. When a new expressway threatens Yaphet’s turf, all the local hustlers band together to try and stop it - by throwing a block party! DVD
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  • Double Feature: Slaughter (1972) & Slaughter's Big Rip-Off (1973)
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    Both of Jim Brown’s Drive-In blaxploitation classics on one disc. Ex-Green Beret, Slaughter, sets out to get the mafia goons who blew up his mom and dad in the first film.

    In the second, a gunman in a fly-by tries to gun down Slaughter, and he realizes that his battle with the mob is far from over. Both AIP classics are hard to pass up on one disc if you ask us.  DVD

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    Bad girl Terry isn’t content to just be one of the gang’s girls in TEENAGE GANG DEBS. She’s out to control The Rebels by manipulating the guys and eliminating the girls who pose a threat... Until she gets what’s coming to her that is! A psycho leaves a stocking wrapped around his victims necks in TEENAGE STRANGLER. Can you guess who the killer is? Includes trailers, short films, intermission spots and more! DVD
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    With this Roger Corman Cult Classics Double Feature you get THE TERROR WITHIN, where a plague wipes out most of the world and the “Terror Within” is out to kill off the survivors.

    It’s planet saving time in DEAD SPACE, when a distress call brings Commander Kreiger and his robot Tinpan to try and save an entire planet from a spreading virus. Dead Space includes director commentary and both films feature their trailers.  DVD

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    Roger Corman and Vincent Price hook up once again for The Tomb of Ligeia, a terror tale about a man’s wife who comes back as a ferocious feline determined to play a deadly game of cat and mouse. Vincent Price narrates a quartet of tales in An Evening of Edgar Allen poe that includes The Tell-Tale Heart, The Sphinx, the Cask of Amontillado, and The Pit and The Pendulum. Out of print DVD.
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  • Double Feature: Village of the Damned (1960) & Children of the Damned (1963)
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    Creepy British “cold war” sci-fi cinema at its finest. Twelve blond, emotionless and superintelligent kids with telepathic powers are born at the same time in a small village. Is the human race safe from THE VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED?! Six of the original kids from the original film are being studied by scientists and threatened by the military in CHILDREN OF THE DAMNED. This is an out of print, “cut out” DVD, with a cut through the original UPC code on the back of the box. DVD
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  • Double Feature: What's the Matter with Helen? (1971) & Whoever Slew Auntie Roo? (1972)
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    When the mothers of two murders escape their past by moving to Hollywood, one (Debbie Reynolds) begins to live her dreams, while the other (Shelly Winters) might be carving up the town in her own special way in WHAT’S THE MATTER WITH HELEN? Shelly Winters returns as Auntie Roo in WHOEVER SLEW AUNTIE ROO? After the mysterious disappearance of her daughter, Auntie Roo has been looking for a replacement daughter. Seems she’s found one in the local orphanage, but what is she to do with the young girls pesky brother after he discovers her secret hidden in the attic?… Both films include their original trailers. Now out of print DVD.
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