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  • Thing With Two Heads (1972) , The

    Lee Frost and Wes Bishop were involved with some of the greatest films the Drive-In had to offer in the 70’s and 80’s. One of the best “B” movie crap fests of all time is their “Thing With Two Heads”, starring Ray Milland as dying white bigot brain surgeon Maxwell Kirshner. He convinces his colleagues to preform an experimental and unsantioned medical procedure on him that finds his head transplanted onto the first available body they can find - reluctant death row inmate, Jack Moss (Rosey Grier). Now our white racist finds his head attached to a very large black man that was only trying to find a little time to clear his name of a murder he didn’t commit. Out of print DVD.
    • $19.99
  • Psychic Killer (1974)

    After Arthur Masters (Jim Hutton) is committed to a mental hospital for a murder he didn’t commit, his mother dies from neglect. He soon learns and develops dark psychic abilities and begins exacting revenge on those responsible. With Julie Adams, Whit Bissell, Neville Brand, Paul Burke, Aldo Ray, and Della Reese. Includes trailer and TV spots. Out of print DVD.
    • $14.99
  • Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave (1971) , The

    A psychotic playboy lures prostitutes into his castle in order to satisfy his sadistic desires. He’s haunted by the ghost of his dead wife, Evelyn, whom he believes has come back from the grave in order to hinder his “games”. 103 minute print contains lots of stuff cut from former US prints. Also includes new introduction and interview with Erika Blanc, interview with production designer Lorenzo Baraldi, original Italian trailer, and more. DVD
    • $19.99
  • Grave of the Vampire (1972)

    Blu-ray Disc - In the opening scene, Michael Pataki is a vampire that rapes a woman in an open grave. The pale and sickly mom gives birth to a baby that drinks her blood from a bottle until she dies. The baby grows up to be reluctant vampire William Smith, who sets out to find and destroy his father when he finds him teaching a college course on occultism. Made to cash in on Count Yorga, Vampire, Grave of the Vampire is a much more shocking film. Includes commentary and deleted scenes.

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

    • $24.99
  • Friday the 13th (1980)

    Uncut Deluxe Edition - It’s not the first “slasher film” by a long shot but it is the one to kick open the floodgates and usher in a decade of knife and machete wielding madmen stalking over-sexed teens. And just who isn’t grateful for that?! Uncut edition includes unrated footage added back into the film. Also includes commentary by director Sean Cunningham with cast and crew members, “Fresh Cuts” featurette, reunion footage, and more. DVD
    • $14.99

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