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    Vincent Price stars as a doctor that is obsessed with fear. He discovers that fear manifest itself as a parasitic creature that attaches itself to a person’s spine and can kill you if you don’t scream in fear when it happens. From legendary “king of the gimmick” William Castle comes this enjoyable scare-fest. Remastered DVD includes production notes, featurette, alternate scenes, trailers, and more. 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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  • 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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    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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    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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    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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    Every five years, within five days of each other, five women die. The killer appears to be an old hippie, and when the murders start in his city, detective Haller and Sergeant Connor are on his trail looking to stop the killer before he can take another life or move on when his current spree is completed. Sounds good, right? Yeah, well… From the SOV 80’s comes purple blood, bad acting, and silly dialogue. Includes interviews with the cast and crew, still gallery, and trailers. 2016 Release DVD.

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  • Blood Orgy of the She-Devils (1973)
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    Mara, the Queen of the Black Witches and her coven capture and sacrifice various men in her castle sanctuary in this drive-in classic from Ted V. Mikels. This is the long out of print Image Entertainment release of the film, and looks better than most releases that followed it. The DVD includes commentary and original trailer.

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  • Aenigma (1987)
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    After she’s put into a coma by her snobby schoolmates, Eva gets even… with her mind! Yep, it’s “Patrick” like telekinesis horrors with a female lead, but in the hands of director Lucio Fulci you get some oddball highlights like death by snails for example. Out of print DVD.

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  • Double Feature: Yongary, Monster from the Deep (1967) & Konga (1961)
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    A giant monster tramples Korea for a change in YONGARY while Michael Gough is a demented doctor who gives growth serum to a baby chimp and creates a killer in KONGA.  DVD

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    Women in Cages Collection: The Big Bird Cage (1972), Big Doll House (1971) and Women in Cages (1971)

    Director Jack Hill’s two WIP classics; Big Bird Cage and Big Doll House with Pam Grier, Judy Brown, Roberta Collins, and Sid Haig, are teamed up with director Gerry De Leon’s sadistic warden takes it out on her inmates Philippine WIP film, Women in Cages. And a sweaty fun filled time is guaranteed for all!  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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    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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    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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    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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  • Mark of the Devil (1970)
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    The grandaddy witch finder movie of all times is available uncut and widescreen on DVD. Join Herbert Lom, Udo Kier, Herbert Fux and ultra creepy Reggie Nalder as they rape, torture, dismember and burn nubile young women in the name of all that is right. Directory commentary, interviews, trailers, radio spots, poster and still gallery and more! DVD

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    A popular new product called “The Stuff” is blowing ice cream sales out of the water and Amalgamated Dairies wants to know why since nobody seems to know how it’s made or what’s in it. They hire former FBI man turned industrial saboteur, David Rutherford, to investigate The Stuff in this cult horror classic from director Larry Cohen. Widescreen print. 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Manson Family (2005) , The
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    Jim Van Bebber’s film that started out as “Charlie’s Family”. We all know the story of Charlie Manson and his “family” so hay, no need to get into plot, right?  Includes trailer & still gallery.  DVD

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  • Incredibly Strange Creatures That Stop Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies (1963) , The
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    Ray Dennis Steckler’s camp horror classic about Madam Estrella, the Gypsy fortuneteller who pitches acid in the face of patrons and collects the now ugly “monsters’ in a cage in the basement. Well, maybe it’s a cage that’s just behind the curtain?... Billed as the first monster musical, this one’s a riot of no budget film making to be sure! Includes commentary from Steckler, interview with star Carolyn Brandt, original trailer, and an intro and commentary by drive-in historian Joe Bob Briggs.  DVD

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  • Halloween 3: Season of the Witch (1982)
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    Actually much better than pretty much any and every sequel that came after it, this entry in the Halloween franchise attempted to start an annual Halloween themed film that didn’t revolve around Michael Myers since he died at the end of part two. Dan O’Herlhy stars as the evil owner of the Silver Shamrock Novelties Company. He’s out to kill millions of children on Halloween with a Celtic ritual and killer Halloween masks. Doctor Tom Atkins and Stacey Nelkin are hot on his trail in an attempt to stop the mad man.

    Audio commentary with Tommy Lee Wallace & Tom Atkins. Stand Alone: the making of H3, trailers, radio spots and still gallery. 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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  • Deep Red (1975)
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    David Hemmings is a pianist living in Rome. One night, he witnesses a brutal murder and quickly gets drawn into the crime when the killer sets his sights on him as his next victim. Considered one of director Dario Argento’s best films, this is the widescreen, uncensored, 105 minute English language print of the film. Includes trailers, music videos, and interviews with Dario Argento, the co-writer, and the band, Goblin, who did the original music for the film.  DVD

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  • Countess Dracula (1970)
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    Ingrid Pitt stars as aging Hungarian Countess Elisabeth Nadasdy. She discovers that bathing in the blood of young women can reverse her aging and sets out to do some damage to the local population of nubile virgins. To make things even more complicated, Elisabeth pretends to be her own daughter and falls in love with the handsome Lt. Toth while local villagers finally figure out what’s happening to their daughters. One of the better 70s Hammer films to be sure. Includes commentary from Ingrid Pitt, director Peter Sasdy, and the screenwriter; featurette on Ingrid Pitt, trailer, and more.  DVD

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    Here you go. The world’s only anti-drug-christian-bad-monster horror film. And this thing is so inept... Dimwit Herschell falls for bad-girl Ann. After just one toke of a joint Herschell becomes a spastic drug addict. Then he gets himself a job at a turkey farm where he eats drug tainted turkey meat and transforms into a monster with a giant turkey head who feeds on the blood of his fellow pot heads. To make matters even more absurd, the film is narrated by philosophical ramblings from a chain-smoking guy who says basically nothing in between coughing fits. There is not another film like Blood Freak... Guaranteed! You also get over 2 hours worth of bonus stuff, including trailers, short films, and more. DVD

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  • Basket Case 3: The Progeny (1991)
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    In the third and final installment of Frank Henenlotter’s Basket Case trilogy, we find that brother Duayne is still hopelessly insane, while deformed Belial is about to become a daddy! Eve, or “Mrs. Belial” as the case may be, delivers a litter of bouncing baby monsters. When the police show up and cart the critters away, proud papa Belial sets off to gather up his brood of bloodthirsty offspring in a gory climax that’s sure to please. Includes original trailer. DVD

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  • Basket Case 2 (1989)
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    Belial is back for round two, and this time around, he’s bringing some friends! Escaping the media frenzy after the first film, Duane and his deformed basket-brother hide out with Granny Ruth in her secluded mansion. When a tabloid reporter gets too snoopy, it's time for the freaks to stand together to keep their secret hideout, well, secret. Widescreen high def transfer looks great! Also includes interview and behind the scenes featurette. DVD

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  • Awful Dr. Orlof (1964) , The
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    Determined to restore the beauty of his disfigured sister, evil doctor Orlof and his monstrous manservant, Morpho, kidnap nubile music hall girls so they can use their skin to reconstruct his sister’s face. The experiments always fail, so Orlof keeps killing young women to continue his bizarre experiments. This is prolific Spanish cult film director Jess Franco’s first “Orlof” film. It’s also one of the best in the series and one of Franco’s most coherent films. Now long out-of-print DVD.

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  • Eaten Alive (1976)
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    Special 2-Disc Set. In his follow up to Texas Chainsaw Massacre, director Tobe Hooper hit pay dirt with the story of Judd (Neville Brand), the cranky owner of The Starlight Motel, a decrepit hotel located in the Texas bayou. Don’t get Judd angry. If you do, you could find yourself eaten alive by the hungry crocodile that lives out back!

    Special 2-Disc Edition features the film with commentary by cast and crew, and a ton of special features, interviews, trailers, and more.

    This is a “cut-out” DVD with a small scratch through the UPC code on the back of the box. It’s still in its original shrink wrap and a brand new DVD.  Now out of print.

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  • Friday the 13th Part 3 (1982)
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    3-D Version - Steve Miner’s second Friday the 13th film also happens to be the first film where “Jason” picked up his now infamous hockey mask. It’s also the last film until Part 6 to have a cool one-sheet poster, but that’s neither her nor there. Originally released in 3-D, this DVD contains both the “flat” print as well as the 3-D version and two pair of glasses.  DVD

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  • Evils of the Night (1984)
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    Blu-ray and DVD Combo - John Carradine, Julie Newmar, and Tina Louise are three space aliens who find the “fountain of youth” in the veins of teenage victims and come to Earth to stock up on the precious fluid. They recruit a couple of drunks in Neville Brand and Aldo Ray to help abduct a slew of idiot teens (including porn queen Amber Lynn) to create their youth serum in this B movie drive-in gem. Includes interview with director Mardi Rustam, alternate feature length TV version, out-takes, TV spot, trailer, and more.

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

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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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  • Tenebrae (1982)
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    One of Dario Argento’s best horror films finds American author Peter Neal (Anthony Franciosa) arriving in Italy to promote his latest novel, Tenebrae (Darkness). Unfortunately, a razor-wielding killer is also on the loose, murdering those around Neal just like the character in his book. Includes commentary and trailer. 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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  • Island of the Living Dead (2006)
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    Italian zombie fun from Bruno Mattei, the man who brought the world films like Mondo Cannibal and Hell of the Living Dead. When a group of dimwitted treasure hunters find themselves shipwrecked near a deserted island, stumble upon an undead nightmare of flesh-eating, skull bashing, zombie carnage. Uncut and uncensored version includes featurette, trailer and more.  DVD

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  • Frightmare (1983)
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    Blu-ray and DVD Combo - Following the death of legendary horror actor Conrad Radzoff, a group of drama students steal his corpse and drag it off to the decrepit house where some of his finest films were made. It’s not long before Conrad’s vengeful spirit takes out the students one by one. Most notable as one of Jeffrey Combs first feature films, the cast also includes several familiar faces from 80’s horror films. Includes interviews with the director and cinematographer, commentary, trailer and more.

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

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Disco Godfather (1979)
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    Blu-ray and DVD Combo - aka Avenging Disco Godfather. Rudy Ray Moore is The Disco Godfather, owner and MC of the cities baddest dance club. An evil is spreading throughout the city. That evil is Angel Dust. And Rudy is out to find the source of the demon drug and put the hammer down before it’s too late. Includes a “making of” documentary, commentary, trailers and more.  Blu-ray and DVD Combo.

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  • Dickshark (2016)
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    Absurd comedy, sci-fi, exploitation fun from director Bill Zebub features Erin Brown (aka Misty Mundae), Rachel Crow, and Scarlet Storm.  DVD

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  • Count Dracula's Great Love (1972)
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    Blu-ray and DVD Combo - After their carriage breaks down and their driver is killed in a freak accident, a group of young women are forced to spend the night in an isolated sanatorium owned by Count Marlow (Paul Naschy), who is actually Count Dracula. With the help of his trio of sexy vampire mistresses, the good Count sets out to seduce his one great love, Karen, in this Euro-horror classic. Includes commentary with director Javier Aguirre and Paul Naschy, video interview with actress Mirta Miller, trailer, and more.  Blu-ray and DVD Combo

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    3-Disc Blu-ray Edition - aka Make Them Die Slowly.  When college student Lorraine grabs up a few friends and heads into the Columbian jungle to disprove the theory of cannibalism, she didn’t count on a sleazy drug dealer (played by John Morghen) mucking things up by raping and killing a native girl. The tribe seeks revenge by capturing, torturing, killing, and eating everyone except Lorraine, who gets away to ponder the whole cannibalism thing for the rest of her life. This is Umberto Lenzi’s gut-munching cannibal classic, widescreen and uncut. Includes deleted footage, audio commentary from director Lenzi and John Morghen (Giovanni Lombardo Radice), Interviews, feature length documentary: The Rise and Fall of the Italian Cannibal Film, trailers, poster and still gallery, bonus soundtrack CD and More!

    *Please Note: This is a Blu-ray DVD, so it won’t play in a standard DVD player.

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  • Burning Moon (1997) , The
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    Cult German gore film from director Olaf Ittenbach has the director playing a junkie that tells his little sister horrific bedtime stories about an escaped serial killer and a demented priest out on a rape and murder spree. Includes a making of featurette and trailer.  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: Blue Sunshine (1977) & Monstroid (1979)

    Weird happenings with a group of college students who, years after experimenting with acid, begin to freak out and go on homicidal rampages in Blue Sunshine.

    In Monstroid, a chemical company sends a specialist out to destroy a monster running amuck in a nearby village and cover up their involvement. DVD

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  • They Came From the Swamp: The Films of William Grefe (2016)
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    When it came to independent filmmaking in Florida, producer and director William Grefe made the swamps his own soggy back lot during the 1960’s and 70’s. He covered every topic that was in the news like bikers, drugs and drag racing with THE HOOKED GENERATION, THE CHECKERED FLAG, RACING FEVER, and WILD REBELS; helmed his fair share of horror films like STANLEY, STING OF DEATH, DEATH CURSE OF TARTU, and IMPULSE; and even managed to tackle gangsters with THE GODMOTHERS and deranged weed growing hillbillies in WHISKEY MOUNTAIN. He worked for Hollywood productions, crossed paths with anyone that ventured into Florida to make a movie, watched Fred Olen Ray grown into a one man filmmaking monster, and knew everyone who worked in the Florida film business. This is Bill Grefe’s story. And it’s a great ride. Featuring interviews with the people who worked with Grefe, as well as those that got to know him and/or learned a few tricks from him, you’ll never be bored with the two plus hour running time. Includes a featurette on Crown International Pictures, deleted scenes, a couple of short films, trailers, and the entire feature film of WHISKEY MOUNTAIN (1977) in widescreen. Whew!  DVD

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  • Emanuelle in America (1976)
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    In one of Joe D’Amato’s more notorious “Black Emanuelle” films, photographer and journalist Laura Gemser (as Emanuelle) uncovers shocking evidence of an international snuff film conspiracy and naturally, investigates. In this uncut print of the film, everything you’ve ever heard was true: graphic sex, violence, a horse named Pedro and so much more!

    This is the out of print, completely uncut version of the film. Includes interview with the director and star, poster and still gallery, and more.  DVD     *Please note there is a hole punched thru the UPC symbol.

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