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  • Mold (2013)
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    It’s 1984 and America’s war on drugs takes a weird turn when a secret government project to kill coca fields with a fast-growing, genetically engineered strain of mold gets out of hand and begins to feed on human flesh. Just like in real life, you can always count on the government to screw up everything they touch, and it’s not long before the murderous mildew is released in a secret lab. It’s The Stuff meets Street Trash in this gooey and gory tribute to horror films of the 80s. Includes commentary, behind the scenes, and trailers.  DVD

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  • Mondo Cannibal (2003)
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    Italian sleaze master Bruno Mattei (aka Vincent Dawn) heads back to the Italian cannibal genre to lower the bar to depraved new heights… or is that lows?… A ratings hungry American TV crew finds out the hard way that cannibals really do exist when they embark on a journey into the Amazon jungle. Uncut print includes the original trailer.  DVD

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    The mondo movie that’s more daring than MONDO CANE and more shocking than AFRICA BLOOD AND GUTS. Journey into a world of primitive African tribes, Indian faith healers, and Amazonian hunters. Witness their barbaric rituals and brutal sexual rites. Enter civilizations where gruesome acts of magic are the cornerstones of their cultures. MONDO MAGIC is a horrifying testimonial to the brutality of man, black and white. Not even your bloodiest nightmares can prepare you for MONDO MAGIC, because MONDO MAGIC is real! Uncut print from a 35mm Source.  DVD

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  • Mosquito (1995)
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    When a horde of mutated mosquitos attack without warning, a group of survivors, including a young couple and a resourceful government agent, flee the swarm in an attempt to warn people of their existence. They don’t quite make it and are forced into a final showdown with the bloodthirsty bugs. Good ol’ fashion monster movie fun, with Gunnar “Leatherface” Hansen, and Ron Ashton, founding member of the punk rock band The Stooges. Special features include commentary, all new documentary, deleted, extended, and behind the scenes footage.  DVD

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    Blu-ray Combo DVD - Hard to believe there was a time when Hollywood would produce a black comedy cannibal film, but before the days of shitty remakes of shitty original films, they managed to slip something weird and original into the mix every now and then. You are what you eat with Farmer Vincent’s smoked meats, and Rory Calhoun and Nancy Parsons are up to the task of making sure the smokehouse remains full! Includes commentary with director Kevin Connor, interviews, a look back at Motel Hell featurette, and original trailer.  Blu-ray and DVD

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  • Mother of Tears (2007)
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    Dario Argento concludes his “Three Mothers” trilogy 30 years after his infamous Suspiria began the story. American art student Sarah (Asia Argento) naively opens an ancient chest and releases an evil force into Rome. As evil and chaos reign, Sarah must use her untapped magic powers to battle the last of the great witches. Yep, the story is a bit silly, but visually, Argento is spot on and this film is actually much better than most of his recent offerings. Includes making of featurette, interview with Argento, and trailers.  DVD

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  • Mountain of the Cannibal God (1978)
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    After her husband disappears in New Guinea, Ursula Andress convinces Stacy Keach to lead her into the jungle to look for him. Yep, you guessed it... All they find are cannibals and a world of trouble as they venture closer to the Cannibal God. Uncut print includes an interview with director Sergio Martino, trailer, poster and still gallery and more. Now out of print DVD.

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    Is it more of the basic August Underground-like stuff you’ve come to expect from Toe Tag Pictures, or is it a different kind of monster with an equally black soul? Give it a watch and judge for yourself. DVD

    Please note: New cover art

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    The first My Bloody Valentine still remains one of the best “slasher” films the 80’s had to offer. This remake is, well, not as good and not as gory as the original by a long shot, but was a fun gimmick movie none the less, boasting some great 3-D effects. This widescreen, 103 minute, 3-D version comes with four pair of 3-D glasses for viewing and includes commentary from the director. DVD
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  • Nail Gun Massacre (1985)
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    Following the brutal gang bang style rape of a young woman by a group of Texas construction workers, a mysterious figure wearing a motorcycle helmet begins hunting the sleaze bags down and making them pay... With their lives! The masked avenger’s weapon of choice? A nail gun, naturally. Why a nail gun? Because as the tag line suggests, “It’s cheaper than a chainsaw”, that’s why! Chock full of more deaths than any two films made the same year, Nail Gun Massacre is sure to please any fan into cheesy, low budget, camp horror. Widescreen print, out-takes, trailer, and a new featurette with director Terry Lofton.  DVD

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    Blu-ray / DVD  Combo - One of the better horror films to come out of the late 80’s, Kevin Tenney’s Night of the Demons is finally available unrated and uncut on Blu-ray DVD. It’s Halloween night and Angela is throwing a party in deserted Hull House, a funeral home with something evil hiding in the basement. Fortunately for the viewer, once the guests arrive, so does the tongue ripping, eyeball gouging, dismemberment and nudity! Linnea quigley, one of the only true “scream queens” out there co-stars while ex-husband Steve Johnson handles the gruesome effects work.

    Includes two different commentary tracks, interviews with the cast and crew, promo reel, trailers, TV and radio spots, and more.  Blu-ray / DVD  Combo

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  • Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) , A
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    2-Disc InfiniFilm DVD - One of the best horror films to come out of the 80’s. Digitally mastered from the original film negatives. Includes “Never Sleep Again” making of documentary, two other featurettes, commentary with director Wes Craven, Heather Langenkamp, John Saxon, and the cinematogrpher Jacques Haitkin, alternate ending, and a bunch of interactive features like pop-up prompts and exclusive content for this DVD release. Now out of print, this is a cut out DVD with a scratch in the box across the UPC code.

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    aka The Changer. Joe is an ugly loser that’s incapable of picking up women. But when he’s taught a magical power, capable of transforming him into anyone he pleases and then back to his normal self, he decides to use it to live out his perverse fantasies. Initially content just watching them shower, Joe soon tires of mindless nudity and gears up to take his ultimate revenge against womankind: luring them to his shabby apartment, violently killing, and even eating them!

    This Michigan-lensed thriller, originally released as The Changer combines gory violence, moments of sly humor, and a shocking twist ending. Includes an interview with producer and cinematographer Patrick J Mathews, photo gallery, DVD-Rom Press Kit and trailers.  DVD

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    Director Jim Wynorski has made a shit ton of low budget films over the course of his career, so it’s safe to say not all of them were Academy Award winning gems. This remake of the 1957 sci-fi / horror classic however, hits on all marks. When a mysterious stranger arrives in town, he hires Nadine (Traci Lords, just past her underage porn career) as his private nurse. Sure the pay is great, but why do his requests for blood transfusions become more frequent? And where does everyone who comes to the house disappear to? It isn’t long before Nadine realizes that her new boss is not who he says he is… and he’s Not From This Earth! Anamorphic widescreen transfer with commentary with Wynorski and Lords, interview, trailer, and more. DVD

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    The Nurses Collection: Candy Stripe Nurses (1974) , Night Call Nurses (1972), Private Duty Nurses (1971) & The Young Nurses (1973)

    Lovely young female nurses fall in love, have sex, take on drug traffickers, and otherwise give their patients the sexiest treatment you’ve ever seen in this collection of four 70’s masterpieces of drive-in cinema. Includes interviews with Roger Corman, Julie Corman, Jon Kaplan, and Allan Holleb.  DVD

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    A lonely depraved killer is randomly stalking and murdering women around Las Vegas. And, ah, well, that’s it for plot in this underground cult horror flick. Includes trailers.  DVD

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  • Orloff and the Invisible Man (1970)
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    One rainy night, doctor Garondet is summoned to the castle of Professor Orloff (Howard Vernon at his manic best) but finds his journey blocked at several turns. The locals won’t direct him to the castle, and when he does find a willing coachman, his horse refuses to venture beyond a certain point so he’s forced to walk the rest of the way. Once the good doctor does arrive at the castle, he finds Orloff’s deranged daughter Cecile (Brigitte Carva) spewing nonsense about an invisible phantom that prowls the castle grounds. Orloff himself fills the doctor in on Cecile’s insanity, but as he spends the night in the castle, he begins to share in her delusions. Another mind-numbing piece of cinematic “what the fuck” from director Jess Franco is sure to have you scratching your head in amazement at times. Includes original French trailer and alternate “clothed” sequences that replaced some of the films nude scenes. Now out of print DVD.
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  • Other Hell (1980) , The
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    The Other Hell. Beautifully sleazy and blasphemously delightful tale of being butchered in a convent by director Bruno Mattei and Claudio Fragasso. Delightful scenes of a priest set on fire, the dead body of a woman having her vagina ripped out, a child being stabbed several times, a baby tossed into a vat of boiling water, and another priest being stabbed in the crotch (to prevent him from molesting young boys, perhaps). Turns out that the killings were committed by the illegitimate offspring of a nun that had a mutant baby out of wedlock and hid it deep beneath the church. Soundtrack by Goblin. Anamorphic widescreen print with interviews and trailers. DVD
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  • Pagan Metal: A Documentary (2009)
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    Pagan metal is taking over the Black Metal scene in Europe and Bill Zebub is here to explore its slow but steady invasion of America. With live performances from a bunch of bands I’ve never heard of, along with interviews and insight, why not explore the music of Korpiklaani, Primordial, Finntroll, Ensiferum, Tyr, and others? DVD
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  • Paranormal Captivity (2012)
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    When penniless Sarah is forced out of her home, she moves in with her funeral director Uncle. Soon, weird shit begins to happen and Sarah finds herself caught between the living and the dead… And the horrors around here may be more than just paranormal. Includes bloopers, cast interviews, and trailer.   DVD

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    Do we really need to write a description for Don Coscarelli’s cult horror classic, Phantasm? Good, I didn’t think so.

    This remastered HD print looks amazing, and includes commentary from Coscarelli, Michael Baldwin, Angus Scrimm, and Bill Thornbury, original interviews from 1979, deleted scenes, and trailers. DVD

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    There were more than a few killer kid films in the 1970’s and 80’s but none were as much fun as The Pit. Jamie is not a likable kid. He’s downright creepy, has a weird obsession with sex, and his only friend is an evil Teddy bear. Even his parents see he’s not right, so when they decide to go out of town, they leave the creepy kid at home with a babysitter. Jamie discovers a pit out in the woods, and someTHING is living down deep in at the bottom of the hole. He begins by tossing meat and food stuff down the hole, but one day, his Teddy bear has a better idea… Get rid of the people you don’t like by tossing them down the pit. And the fun begins. Remastered in HD, this release also includes commentary by two guys who had nothing to do with making the film, several interviews and a trailer gallery.  DVD

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    Quirky Norman J. Warren directed horror outing finds the lives of reclusive lesbian lovers Jessica and Josephine thrown into turmoil when they meet up with a stranger near their remote country cottage. After Jessica invites him to stay with them, man-hating Josephine gets jealous while a string of brutal deaths begin in the surrounding countryside. Is the stranger and the deaths connected?... Well, sure they are. This is a Norman Warren film after all. DVD
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  • Prom Night (1980)
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    One of the original 80’s slasher films with Jamie Lee Curtis and Leslie Nielsen. A childhood prank comes back to bite a group of high school seniors on prom night when a mystery from their past shows up with an axe to grind... a big axe! This is the new Synapse Films high def transfer and it looks amazing. Extras include commentary with director Paul Lynch and screenwriter William Gray, making of featurette, alternate TV broadcast scenes, and original trailer and TV spots. DVD

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  • Psycho 2 (1983)
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    After spending twenty years in a mental institution, Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) is released. So what does he do? He goes home to run the family motel, naturally. And it isn’t long before weird shit starts happening again. Twenty years after the Hitchcock classic, who would have thought the sequel would remotely be worth watching? To prove everyone wrong, Psycho 2 spawned several enjoyable Psycho sequels. Includes commentary with screenwriter Tom Holland, interviews, trailer, and TV Spots. DVD

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  • Puppet Master: The Legacy (2003)
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    Weaving new footage with flashback footage from previous Puppet Master films, we get the story of Eric Weiss, a young boy who was once protected from Hitler’s SS by Andre Toulon, the toy maker who controlled a group of killer puppets. Now a grown man, Weiss has spent a lifetime trying to perfect Toulon’s secret of giving life to the inanimate. Rogue agent Maclain also wants the secret and he’s ready and willing to torture Weiss to get it. Fortunately, Weiss has figured it out and his puppets are also ready and willing to shed blood to protect their new master. DVD

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  • Race War: The Remake (2013)
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    It’s crack dealer vs neo-nazi demons from outer space time when crack dealer Baking Soda and his possie take on an intergalactic white supremacist who’s turning the neighborhood into zombies with his space crack.

    Includes director commentary, gag reel, gore reel and trailers.  DVD

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  • Ransom Baby (1973)
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    After a group of revolutionaries hold up a casino and make off with the loot, an inspector who knows who the criminal mastermind is, sets out to track them down. In an attempt to stop the cops from closing in on them, the robbers kidnap the inspector’s son. That just pisses the guy off even more. This is a uncommon Greek crime thriller in the same vein as the Italian crime thrillers of the 1970’s.  DVD

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  • Rats: Night of Terror (1983)
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    In the near future, after greedy corporations and the world’s governments destroy the world as we know it, a group of survivors discovers an abandoned research lab filled with food, water, and sadly, thousands of hungry rats. Not ordinary rats mind you, but super-intelligent mutant rats with an appetite for human flesh. Directed by Bruno Mattei, this low budget sci-fi horror cheapie is chock full of wretched dialogue, bad acting, poor effects (and even poorer “rats”) that comes capped off with a twist ending one has to see to believe. Widescreen print with director interview and trailer. DVD

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    Evil aliens plot to distribute strange, glow-in-the-dark drugs to Earthlings. Isn’t to hard to pawn them off on dumbed down teenagers looking to get high at one of Rhode Island’s biggest raves, and that is exactly what happens in this ambitious indy horror outing. Includes commentary, photo gallery and trailers. DVD
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  • Ray Harryhausen Collectible Gift Set
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    Here we have a trio of classic sci-fi and horror films on 6 discs that feature the original B&W as well as colorized versions of the films. Each film highlights the groundbreaking effects work of Ray Harryhausen, and the set comes with a cool, seven inch, fully painted Ymir figurine, all packed into one nice box.

    The films contained in this collection, IT CAME FROM BENEATH THE SEA (1955) 2-disc set that features commentary by Harryhausen along with a second DVD packed full of interviews, featurettes, and extras.

    EARTH VS. THE FLYING SAUCERS (1956) features commentary, along with a second disc of featurettes, interviews, screenplays, ad art, and more.

    20 MILLION MILES TO EARTH (1957) also features commentary from Harryhausen, as well as a second disc that’s packed full of interviews, artwork, and extras.  

    3 movies on 6 DVD's, plus collectible Ymir figurine.

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  • Real Emanuelle (1974) , The
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    When his predecessor vanishes without a trace, young engineer Francesco is sent to Smeraldo Island to not just oversee the tests necessary to begin digging a silver mine, but to see if he can’t find out what happened to the previous supervisor. Fransesco encounters sexy native girls, assorted dark forces, and a mystery as to just who it is that doesn’t want to see this mine open. It’s also the debut of 24 year old Laura Gemser, who would go on to become an international sensation in the “Black Emanuelle” film series as well as several other films, photos, and magazine shoots. Out of print DVD.

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    aka Class Reunion Massacre. When a small town high school reunion occurs, a loser turned Pastor makes a pack with the devil. He will kill off his fellow former schoolmates one by one to not only redeem himself, but have his possessed thumb removed… Yes, his possessed thumb (WTF?!) And so begins the stalking and murders in this cult drive-in horror flick. Includes trailer from the 1981 video release and more.  Code Red DVD

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  • Redneck Zombies (1989)
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    20th Anniversary Edition - One of the best and most fun films ever released by Troma had a clan of backwoods moonshines use a misplaced barrel of toxic waste to make their latest batch of whiskey. As they deliver the hooch around town, the locals all become zombies in this over-the-top black comedy gore-fest from director Pericles Lewnes. Includes a new, color corrected transfer, commentary with the director and producer, interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, a second soundtrack CD, and more! DVD

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    5 DVD Possession Edition - After dumping her boyfriend, Kim is supposed to attend a party with friends to help her out of her somber mood. When the party is shut down, she and a small group decide to head over to the town’s most notorious urban legend - the Redsin Tower - to continue the party. With her ex-boyfriend in pursuit and all hell breaking loose at the tower, all Kim has on her mind now is surviving the night. This five DVD edition features a remastered edition of the movie, multiple commentary tracks, deleted, extended and alternate scenes, featurettes, and a 150 minute documentary on the making of Redsin Tower.   DVD

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  • Resident Evil (2002)
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    A team of paramilitary commandos battle flesh eating zombies, mutant dogs, and a supercomputers defense systems to stop a deadly virus from unleashing chaos on mankind. Based on the hit game of the same name, this first entry in the series wasn’t quite as over-the-top as the films that followed it, but it was fun none the less. This widescreen out-of-print Special Edition DVD includes all kinds of extras, including commentary from cast and crew alike, 5 featurettes, trailers, and more.

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  • Resurrection Game (2000) , The
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    Shot in and around Pittsburgh zombie flick from Mike Watt has been remastered for this 10th anniversary edition. After the living dead over run the world, a former detective is hired to find the cause of the zombie infestation. He teams up with a discreted scientist and a couple bickering exterminators to uncover a plot thicker than zombie brains. Includes commentaries, anniversary documentary, and more. DVD
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  • Retro Puppet Master (1999)
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    In a prequel to the Puppet Master series, we find original puppet master Andre Toulon in a pre-World War I Paris. He’s in love with Ilsa, the daughter of the Swiss ambassador. One day he witnesses the murder of an Egyptian sorcerer who just stole the secret of life from an ancient god. After the servants of the god kidnap his beloved Ilsa, he’s forced into a life and death struggle where he and his puppets must make a final stand against an ancient god in order to save the woman he loves. DVD

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  • Return of the Living Dead (1985) , The
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    One of the best zombie movie spoofs to come along ever doesn’t need much of a description now, does it? Commentary from director Dan O’Bannon and production designer William Stout, “Designing the Dead” featurette, trailer and TV spots. This MGM release is now out of print. DVD

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  • Revenge in the House of Usher (1985)
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    It’s more of the same weird ass shit from director Jess Franco when doctor Harker receives a letter from his old university professor, Dr. Eric Usher (Howard Vernon). Upon arriving at the doc’s crumbling castle, he finds Usher caught in the grip of paranoia. It seems that doctor Usher has been attempting to resurrect his comatose daughter Melissa using the blood of abducted women and is slipping further and further into a world between life and death. As Usher begins to slip further out of reality, his castle crumbles as his sanity slips. Can Harker escape the castle grounds before he too becomes a victim of director Franco weird blending of Edgar Allan Poe, the original Dracula, and his own original Awful Dr. Orlof film? Now out of print DVD.
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  • Revengers Tragedy (2002)
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    From director Alex Cox comes a black comedy tale of love, murder, incest, and revenge that is set in a post-apocalyptic Liverpool, England. After 10 years in hiding, a man returns to take revenge on the guy who killed his wife on their wedding day. What you get is a film that lies somewhere between A Clockwork Orange and the classic play, Titus.

    Widescreen print includes commentary with the director and star Eddie Izzard, behind-the-scenes documentary, missing scenes, and more.  DVD

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  • Rosemary's Baby (1968)
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    Mia Farrow and John Cassavetes are expecting their first baby. Cassavetes makes a deal with the devil that promises to launch his career to the moon... Mia is concerned for her child. Roman Polanski’s classic chiller never looked so good. Widescreen print with tons of interviews and making of featurette.  DVD

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  • Salon Massage (1972)
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    German sex comedy has reporter Maurice convincing his boss to let him head off to Munich. He once met a beautiful masseuse there and had himself an unforgettable affair and now he’s out to once again find his lover. He searches every message parlor in Munich searching for his lost love. In Italian with English subtitles. DVD

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  • Santa Sangre (1989)
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    Fenix, son of a circus knife thrower, witnesses his father hack off his mothers arms after she catches him with another woman and tosses acid into his crotch. Traumatized, Fenix is committed to an asylum for 12 years until his now armless mother comes to claim him. They begin a bizarre alliance where Fenix gives his mother the use of his arms. In return, his mother slowly takes control of his mind. A truly bizarre and unforgettable film experience from director Alejandro Jodorowsky, the man who gave the world El Topo and The Holy Mountain. Features commentary with the director, deleted scenes, trailers, and more.  DVD

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    Four high school cheerleaders and a female teacher are kidnapped by backwoods satanists led by the town’s sheriff (John Ireland). His wife (Yvonne DeCarlo) is killed by savage dogs when they find out that one of the kidnapped girls turns out to be a real witch. She gets particularly pissed off when the sheriff ruins the sacrifices when he rapes the only real virgin among the kidnapped women - the teacher! John Carradine shows up as a bum. Written and directed by Greydon Clark, who went on to direct several drive-in classics… or not so classics as the case may be. First time available letterboxed. Includes commentary from the director and photo gallery.  DVD

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    Filmmaker Bill Zebub has never shied away from controversy or what mainstream America would consider “taboo subjects” in any of his movies. When a space ship full of alien observers take a long look at Earth and human history, you’ll be hard pressed to disagree with a lot of what he has to say in Scienceless Fiction. And although he laid off pointing out the complete hypocrisy of the creepy christian religion(s) and their silly unfounded superstitions this time around, he doubled up on other social issues to the point where he likes to consider this his most offensive movie in history. Since we’re against censorship of any kind you’ll have to decide that one for yourself. Limited edition DVD with alternate box art and Bill’s documentary, Total Metal Retardation” as a bonus. Due to mature subject matter 18+ or older to order. DVD

    *Actual DVD does not have the black bars as seen in the picture.

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  • Score (1972)
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    Radley Metzger’s erotic adult film classic, Score, is the tale of a happily married swinger couple who make a bet that they can seduce a couple of young newlyweds (including Lynn Lowry) during a weekend get-together at their villa. High def transfer includes a 20 minute behind-the-scenes featurette, interview with Lynn Lowry, commentary from director Radley Metzger, and trailers. Now out of print DVD.

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    Director Oliver Stone’s directorial debut has horror writer Edmund Blackstone (Dark Shadow’s Jonathan Frid) recurring nightmare came to life one weekend when he and his family and friends are terrorized by the Queen of Evil (Martine Beswicke) and her servants, Spider (Herve Villechaize) and the giant called Jackal (Henry Judd Baker). But are Blackstone’s nightmares real, or are they fantasy? Check out this new HD transfer to find out! includes interviews and original trailer. DVD

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  • Sella Turcica (2010)
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    Sgt. Bradley Roback returns home from the desert after a mysterious accident leaves him paralyzed. His family remains unaware of the details of the accident, but they can’t help but notice that Brad just isn’t the same since his return. As the days pass, Brad’s health worsens and he becomes more distant and… well, different. The film eventually comes to a gruesome conclusion that will forever change the family (and please gore hounds world wide.) It’s the latest from Toe Tag Pictures, and includes deleted scenes, featurettes, commentary and trailers. DVD
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    aka Dying to Meet You.  Serial killer, Ted, meets up with psycho Leah. Together, they go on a murder-happy rampage, stalking and slaughtering victims. It isn’t long before they fall in love - Which will become their downfall! Low budget gore for the entire deranged family! DVD

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