DVD

All of our DVDs are "Original Factory New" and are Region 1 or 0 (NTSC). 

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  • Revenge of Cinema Wasteland. Our latest trailer collection contains another 48 different trailers and TV spots for another 45 different horror and exploitation films... With a couple of spaghetti westerns tossed in for good measure. This collection contains a few more European and US soft sex, thrillers, and exploitation trailers than most of the previous volumes, but we still mixed it up with enough drive-in horror and fun stuff to make it worthy of any fans collection.

    * PLEASE NOTE: All of our Wasteland Trailer Collections (except Volume 6) will contain some nudity, simulated sex, gore, and lots of death!... When it came to 60’s and 70’s movies, they tended to use all of the sex and gore contained in the film in the trailers to help sell the film. We recommend all of our trailer collections to people 17 years of age or older.

    *Please note that this trailer collection is on DVD-R. It features picture quality on par with any other DVD we offer and will play on all newer model DVD players with no problem.

    ** SPECIAL - Buy ANY TWO Cinema Wasteland Trailer DVD Collections for only $25.00 - Choose any 2 from all 6 volumes! **

    • $15.00
  • House of Cinema Wasteland. By constant request, we’ve gone back to the earliest days of the Drive-In to present our first “oldies” collection of 60 different horror movie trailers from the 30’s, 40’s and 50’s... with a few 60’s trailers tossed in for good measure. This is where you’ll find all your favorite B&W classics like Dracula, Frankenstein, Wolfman and Creature From the Black Lagoon trailers, along with sci-fi classics like The Blob, Forbidden Planet and more. We even tossed in some 60’s stuff like a couple of Godzilla movie trailers, some from Hammer studios, and stuff like the creepy 60’s horror outing, The Screaming Skull, since they all fit into the theme of the collection (and we wanted to make sure it ran a solid two hours long like the other trailer volumes.)

    Please note that this trailer collection is on DVD-R. It features picture quality on par with any other DVD we offer and will play on all newer model DVD players with no problem.

    ** SPECIAL - Buy ANY TWO Cinema Wasteland Trailer DVD Collections for only $25.00 - Choose any 2 from all 6 volumes! **

    • $15.00
  • It’s Lucio Fulci’s gore classic, “The Gates of Hell”, uncut, widescreen, and under its original title. “Woe be unto him who opens one of the seven gates to Hell...” After a priest hangs himself and opens one of the gates to Hell, a reporter (Christopher George) and a psychic (Catriona MacColl) attempt to close the portal before it’s too late. Includes interviews with Catriona MacColl and Michele Soavi (the guy who pukes up his intestines in the car) and a bunch of crew members. Plus, trailers and radio spots. Now out of print, so supplies are limited.

    • $19.99
  • Coffin Joe Trilogy, The
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    3 DVD Set - This 3 disc set includes Jose Mojica Marins first two “Coffin Joe” films, AT MIDNIGHT I’LL TAKE YOUR SOUL AWAY (1963) and THIS NIGHT I’LL POSSESS YOUR CORPSE (1967), as well as Marins 2008 return to the character, EMBODIMENT OF EVIL, which in truth, is every bit as good as the first two films are even though it was made 41 years later. Includes plenty of special features that were included on the regular single disc releases. In Portuguese with English subtitles. DVD

    • $34.99
  • Coma (1978)
    • 50% less
    Why are young, healthy patients admitted for minor surgery ending up on life support? Dr. Susan Wheeler (Genevieve Bujold) wants to know. Sadly, just for asking around, somebody now wants her dead in this cool Michael Crichton thriller, also starring Michael Douglas. DVD Includes trailer. 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.
    • $9.99
  • Count Dracula (1970)
    • 40% less

    It’s director Jess Franco’s atmospheric adaptation of Bram Stoker’s novel with Christopher Lee in the title role. Presented uncut for the first time in America on DVD. Herbert Lom, Klaus Kinski, Soledad Miranda and Franco regular Jack Taylor round out the cast. Also includes a Jess Franco featurette, Christopher Lee reading Stoker’s “Dracula”, an essay on Soledad Miranda and photo gallery. Chris Lee calls this his favorite version of Dracula... Go figure.  DVD

    • $11.99
  • Count Yorga, Vampire (1970)
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    Two lovers, Paul and Erica, make a grave mistake when they park their van outside of a foreboding manor house. It seems that the new owner likes to feed on trespassers and has decided that Paul and Erica are now on the menu. The surprise vampire hit from AIP spawned a sequel and made star Robert Quarry a “drive-in” name throughout the 70’s. This uncut print also includes the original trailer. Out of print DVD.
    • $9.99
  • Countess Dracula (1970)
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    Blu-ray and DVD Combo - 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 Pitt, director Peter Sasdy, and the screenwriter; featurette on Ingrid Pitt, trailer, and more. Blu-ray and DVD Combo

    • $24.99
  • 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

    • $19.99
  • Creature from Black Lake (1976)
    • New!

    A couple of students from Chicago head to the remote Louisiana swamp looking to find and study a beastly creature. A cult favorite of the many “Bigfoot” inspired horror films from the 1970s. No frills DVD is now out of print.

    • $19.99
  • Director Michael Gornick brings you a trio of terror tales (written by George Romero) based on stories by Stephen King. A wooden cigar store Indian comes to life to avenge the store owner’s murder in “Ol’ Chief Woodenhead”, while four teens are trapped by what appears to be a flesh eating oil slick in “The Raft.” In “The Hitchhiker”, a woman keeps running into… and over, the same mutilated man on a lonely road at night.. Thanks for the ride lady, indeed! Widescreen print is now long out of print. DVD

    • $14.99
  • Cult Horror Collection 3 DVD Set
    • 20% less

    Here’s a trio of British horror films that includes Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee in THE SKULL (1965), the story of the possessed skull of the infamous Marquis de Sade.

    You also get the mad doctor movie, THE MAN WHO COULD CHEAT DEATH (1959), with Anton Diffring as a doctor who’s figured out how to live forever with the help of the glands from unwilling donors; 

    Plus campy drive-in horror THE DEADLY BEES (1967) with Frank Finlay and Suzanna Leigh.

    • $11.99
  • Cult of Chucky (2017)
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    Wrongly convicted of murdering her family and confined to an asylum, Nica (Fiona Dourif) finds herself up shit creek when her psychiatrist introduces a new therapy tool - an original “Good Guy” doll! A string of grisly deaths begin to plague the asylum and yep, you guessed it, Chucky is back for more. This time around, Chucky’s now grown up nemesis from the original films, Andy (Alex Vincent) races to Nica’s rescue. But to save her, he will first have to get past Chucky’s bride, Tiffany (Jennifer Tilly). Includes commentary with writer/director Don Mancini, deleted scenes with commentary, “inside the insanity” featurette, and more. DVD

    • $11.99
  • Cult of the Damned (1969)
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    aka Angel, Angel, Down We Go.  Debutante Tara Nicole (Holly Near) returns home to her former stag film star mother (Jennifer Jones) and falls under the influence of a charismatic, yet dangerous rock singer (Jordon Christopher) and his deviant band mates (Roddy McDowall and Lou Rawls) in this oddball 60s feature that’s part horror, part black comedy, and part pop music oddity. Includes commentary, photo and still gallery, and original trailer.  DVD

    • $17.99
  • Curse of the Undead (1959)
    • New!

    Vampire gunslinger Drake Robey terrorizes a small western town and sets his sights on widowed rancher Dolores (Kathleen Crowley). It’s up to the town’s preacher (Eric Fleming) to destroy the gun-slinging bloodsucker in this cowboy vampire hybrid. Includes trailers. Out of print DVD.

    • $14.99
  • Curtains (1983)
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    Director Jonathan Stryker (John Vernon) is searching for the perfect woman to play the role of “Audra” in his next film. On a weekend casting call, Samantha (Samantha Eggar) is determined to get the part. The character is crazy, so she actually committed herself to an asylum to prepare for the role. Unfortunately, a crazed killer is murdering everyone in this 80's slasher flick. Includes a making of featurette, commentary, interviews, and trailer. DVD

    • $14.99
  • Damnation Alley (1977)
    • 17% less

    After the world is devasted by a nuclear holocaust and tilted slightly on its axis, chaos reigns in this enjoyably cheesy cult sci-fi flick. Now, a group (that includes Jackie Earl Haley and Jan-Michael Vincent) led by Major Denton (George Peppard) is set to battle giant mutated bugs, crazed survivalists, and radioactive storms to cross “Damnation Alley” - a hundred mile strip between radiation hazards - in his special battle truck to join with other survivors. Widescreen transfer includes commentary with producer Paul Mastansky, three different featurettes, original trailer and TV spot. DVD

    • $24.99
  • A writer (William Devane) takes a personal interest in a series of baffling murders around LA where random victims are attacked and mutilated. Evidence suggests that the “Mangler” may not be human, and hot on the killers trail is TV reporter Zoe Owens (Cathy Lee Crosby) and detective Dave Mooney (Richard Jaeckel). Cult horror from director Bud Cardos includes original trailer.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Dark Universe (1993)
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    On its way back to Earth, a space shuttle passes through a cloud of alien spores causing it’s sole astronaut occupant to mutate into a blood thirsty monster when the craft crash lands in the Florida swamps. Low budget sci-fi horror at its finest! Includes original trailer, still gallery, and an episode of Fred Olen Ray’s “Nite Owl Theater”. Now out of print DVD.

    • $9.99
  • From director / producer Sam Raimi comes the pulp action here, Darkman. In the first film, DARKMAN (1990) directed by Raimi, we meet Dr. Peyton Westlake (Liam Neeson), a scientist on the verge of a major breakthrough in a synthetic skin that can help burn victims when a gang blows up his lab and changes his life forever.

    In DARKMAN 2: THE RETURN OF DURANT (1995), Darkman returns to get revenge against the sadistic villain, Robert Durant.

    In DARKMAN 3: DIE DARKMAN DIE (1996), Darkman matches wits with underworld drug dealer Peter Rooker, who will do anything to unmask the secret of Darkman superhuman strength.

    All three films presented in anamorphic widescreen versions.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Collector’s Edition - Widescreen print (even though the movie wasn’t filmed widescreen...) of George Romero’s third, and last great zombie film includes with commentary by director Romero, production designer Cletus Anderson, effects guy Tom Savini, and actress Lori Cardille, behind the scenes footage, a documentary featuring interviews with the cast and crew, production footage, trailers, TV spots and more!  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Something strange is happening in the quiet town of Potters Bluff. It seems that kindly old mortician Jack Albertson is bringing people back to life after they are brutally murdered. James Farentino is the new sheriff in town looking to figure out what is happening to all of the missing and reappearing people. He may not like what he finds. Uncut print with commentaries by director Gary Sherman along with writer, producer, cinematographer, and actress Linda Turley. Trailers and photo gallery. Now out of print, so supplies are limited.

    • $14.99
  • Ambitious indy horror finds a band of renegade filmmakers breaking into an abandoned hospital to film their latest horror film. When they stumble across a real dead body, they decide to use it in their film. Not only do they accidentally bring the corpse back to life, but they open a portal to the world of the dead that unleashes dozens of other zombies. Now it’s a struggle to stay alive as the creatures have them trapped in the hospital. Includes making of featurette, commentary from director Dave Parker, and more. Out of print DVD.

    • $11.99
  • Dead Next Door (1990) , The
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    Blu-ray / DVD Combo - An elite team of Zombie Squad soldiers are pitted against a hoard of the undead and the secretive religious cult hell-bent on protecting them in this indy cult horror classic. Twenty five years before The Walking Dead made zombies just another boring soap opera, J.R. Bookwalter, a young Ohio writer and director made the world’s most ambitious 8mm zombie film, The Dead Next Door, with the help of none other than Sam Raimi. It took four years and roughly 1,500 Northeast Ohio residents to play the flesh hungry zombies to finally complete. This new 1080p HD blu-ray edition includes commentary from the director and producers, restoration featurette, behind the scenes footage, trailers, interviews, location tour, assorted convention footage throughout the years, and so much more.

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

    • $24.99
  • Director Dan Curtis presents a trio of horror stories written by mystery-horror writer, Richard Matheson. In “Second Chance”, Frank (Ed Begley, Jr.) buys and restores an antique car and is transported back in time to the year 1926.

    In “No Such Thing as a Vampire”, we find Alexis, the mistress of an old mansion, terrified of vampires. When her husband (Patrik Macnee) calls in his old friend to examine her, a bizarre scheme unfolds.

    And finally, on a dark and story night, a young boy that is thought to be dead surprises his grieving mother in “Bobby.”

    Includes deleted footage, extended opening title, and bonus Dead of Night TV pilot, A DARKNESS AT BLAISEDON (1969), about an investigator (Kerwin Mathews) and his assistant (Cal Rowe), who investigate supernatural incidents that the local authorities either cannot or will not tackle.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Dead Pit (1989)
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    2 Disc Special Edition - The sadistic Dr. Ramzi is killed by a fellow doctor and buried in the basement of an asylum along with his many victims. Twenty years later, the hospital is up and running once again. An earthquake rocks the building and unleashes the evil doctor and his legion of zombie patients, who go after a beautiful “Jane Doe” amnesia patient (Cheryl Lawson) in one of the more enjoyable horror films of the late 1980’s when horror was all but a sad shell of what it was a decade earlier.

    Disc 1 includes the uncut widescreen version of the film, with commentary with director Brett Leonard, writer Gimel Everett, and actor Jeremy Slate; additional interviews, and trailers.

    Disc 2 features photo gallery from the director archives, behind-the-scenes footage, effects test footage, and more. Now out of print. DVD

    • $14.99
  • Deadly Spawn (1983) , The
    • 25% less

    aka Return of the Aliens: Deadly Spawn. Seems a few fanged, wormlike alien creatures have hitched themselves a ride to Earth on a meteorite and taken refuge in the basement of an isolated house. With the people in the house finding themselves the main entree of an alien buffet, it’s up to a group of teenagers and a young boy to stop the evil menace before they grow and threaten the world as we know it. Remastered print with commentary, tons of photos and effects shots, trailer, outtakes and so much more. DVD

    • $14.99
  • Death Warmed Up (1984)
    • 25% less

    A few years before Peter Jackson was finished with Bad Taste, director David Blyth unleashed a torrent of brains, blood, and body fluids with New Zealand’s first gore / splatter film. An island dwelling mad doctor whose island is overflowing with his failed experiments is invaded by a young man who was conditioned by the doc to murder his own parents because his dad was his scientific rival. Mad doctors, nude teens, psycho mutants, shotgun murders, power drill lobotomies, and heavy accents… yes, they pronounce dead as “deed”… It’s all here!  DVD

    • $14.99
  • DVD and Blu-ray Disc - Grief stricken parents John Marley and Lynn Carlin learn that their son, Andy (Richard Backus) was killed in Vietnam. Mom refuses to accept that Andy is dead, and one day, he knocks on the door and returns home. But Andy is different upon his return. And that’s not a good thing. It’s director Bob Clark’s take on the classic “Monkey's Paw” story was written by Alan Ormsby. Includes commentary tracks from Bob Clark and Alan Ormsby, interviews, alternate opening title sequence, trailer, collectable booklet and more.

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

    • $39.99
  • Deathrow Gameshow (1988)
    • 20% less

    Blu-ray and DVD Combo - Director Mark Pirro’s black comedy about gameshow host, Chuck Toedan, who hosts Live or Die, where deathrow inmates compete against each other for a chance to beat the executioner. When he accidentally kills a mob boss, a hit man does his best to end Chuck and his show for good. Includes commentary Mark Pirro and others, making of featurette, a couple of short films, trailers, and more.

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

    • $19.99
  • Demon Divas and the Lanes of Damnation (2010)
    • 50% less
    A couple of nerdy coeds are granted a wish by the seductive demons who run a local bowling alley. Naturally the wish goes horribly wrong and things don’t turn out as planned in this, the latest from Happy Cloud Pictures. With Brinke Stevens, Debbie Rochon, Amy Lynn Best, Lilith Stabs, and Robyn Griggs. DVD
    • $9.99
  • Demons (1985)
    • 25% less

    A group of random strangers all receive an invitation to a sneak preview movie in a giant old movie theatre. Once the movie begins, the viewers begin to transform into flesh eating monsters hell bent on escaping their theatre prison. Lamberto Bava’s gore classic, produced by Dario Argento and featuring great gore ‘n splatter effects by Sergo Stivaletti. New high def transfer looks amazing. Includes both the international English language soundtrack as well as the alternate mono dub soundtrack and original trailer.   DVD

    • $14.99
  • Demons 2 (1986)
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    Director Lamberto Bava and producer Dario Argento return to unleash demon-fueled carnage upon the world once again. This time around, residents of a high rise apartment building are being transformed into demonic monsters, and no one os safe! This film features Asia Argento in her first feature film role. New high def transfer looks amazing. Includes both the international English language soundtrack as well as the alternate mono dub soundtrack and original trailer.   DVD

    • $14.99
  • Desperado (1995)
    • 33% less

    Robert Rodriguez remakes his cool debut film, El Mariachi, with Antonio Banderas, Selma Hayek, Steve Buscemi, and Cheech Martin. Hard to believe, but it’s even more over the top than the original El Mariachi was too. Includes commentary, trailers, interview with Rodriguez and more. This version is now out of print.  DVD

    • $9.99
  • Five children (including a young Leif Garrett) survive a deadly van crash in a snowy canyon and seek shelter at the secluded winter home of a rich businessman and his guests. Soon enough, the electricity and telephones go down and the adults begin to fall prey to a series of violent deaths. By the time the few remaining adults suspect the demented delinquents, it may be too late for them to survive this enjoyable cult horror film. Beautiful transfer with alternate main title sequence, trailer, photo gallery, interviews and commentary with actors and crew.  Now out of print.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Ernest Borgnine is Jonathan Corbis. He leads a coven of witches. Ancestors to the Preston family betrayed Corbis by hiding a sacred book he needs. Now, vowing to avenge himself, Corbis begins to keep his promise to deliver souls to Satan - At any cost! Classic Drive-In horror from Robert Fuest. Brand new release includes director commentary, newsreel with Anton (Church of Satan) LaVey, trailer, radio spots and photo gallery. Now out of print DVD.

    • $14.99
  • 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. Out of print “cut out” DVD has a small hole drilled into the original UPC code on the back of the box.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Doctor Orloff's Monster (1964)
    • 60% less
    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
    • $9.99
  • Dolemite (1975)
    • 20% less

    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.

    • $19.99
  • Director Stuart Gordon’s killer doll film was a pleasant surprise considering just how awful the state of horror was by 1987. A young girl, her nasty parents, a couple of punk rockers and a weak-kneed salesman all wind up at a seemingly haunted mansion owned by two ghoulish seniors who make and collect dolls... Very special dolls who creep around the dark of night hunting down the house guests one by one! Includes commentary with cast and crew, and original trailer.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Don't Answer the Phone (1980)
    • 25% less

    A slightly deranged Vietnam vet working as a photographer (Nicholas Worth) is terrorizing LA by strangling young women in their homes and calling into a radio psychologist’s show to describe his misogynistic ways. Meanwhile, a couple of cops are hot on his trail but always two steps behind our demented killer. Finally available uncut on DVD, Don’t Answer the Phone is a wonderfully sleazy drive-in film you’ll just never see made today. Must viewing! Includes the film itself, or a format featuring horror host Katarina hosting it. Plus, interview with star John Westmoreland, commentary with director Robert Hammer, trailer, and more. DVD

    • $14.99
  • Don't Torture a Duckling (1972)
    • 25% less

    When several young boys are found murdered in a small town, it could only be the child-molesting Catholic Priest doing the job, right? You betcha it is!  Still, just because the “twist ending’ isn’t so much a twist these days, this uncut thriller from director Lucio Fulci is still well worth watching.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Campus snobs Clare and Julie (Jackey Hall and Andrea Ownbey) have a score to settle with goth chicks Sarah and Allison (Clara Richards and Adrianna Eder). When Amy (Tiffany Shepis) accidentally unleashes a campus zombie epidemic, Clair decides that Sarah would make a perfect zombie. But it’s Clair and Julie that may end up on the zombie menu in this low budget horror flick from Donald Farmer.  Out of Print. 

    • $9.99
  • Double Feature: Count Yorga, Vampire (1970) & The Return of Ct. Yorga (1971)
    • 25% less

    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.

    • $14.99
  • Double Feature: Don't Open the Door (1979) & Don't Look in the Basement (1972)
    • 17% less

    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

    • $9.99
  • Double Feature: Ghostbusters (1984) & Ghostbusters 2 (1989)
    • 29% less

    Double Feature Set - Ghostbusters includes commentary , deleted scenes, and a featurette; while Ghostbusters 2 includes a couple of animated episodes. Also includes a Collector’s Scrapbook, loaded with production notes, sketches, insider info, and more.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • A CHUCK NORRIS DOUBLE FEATURE - A double-packed kick of Chuck Norris in two of his earliest and best films!

    In GOOD GUYS WEAR BLACK, Norris is an ex-commando out to stop the assassinations of his comrades before becoming the next victim.

    In A FORCE OF ONE, he’s a karate champion helping undercover agents stop a killer that is killing their men and just killed his son.

    Both films include a “making of” featurette. Good Guys includes interview with director Craig Safan, and Force includes commentary by director Dick Halligan.  DVD

    • $11.99
  • The TV Terror Collection - A cool double feature DVD of 70’s made for TV horror films. When college cutie Sarah joins a sorority to fit in with the popular kids, she gets more than she bargained for when it turns out the sorority is run by witches who know full well Sarah has untapped powers in THE INITIATION OF SARAH.

    A high school student becomes the victim of an attack and mental torture in the TV thriller, ARE YOU IN THE HOUSE ALONE.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Double Feature: Lurkers (1987) & Die, Sister Die (1976)
    • 25% less

    First up, director Roberta Findlay dishes up a thriller about a beautiful New York cellist whose demonic childhood nightmares come back to haunt her in LURKERS.

    Next, a man hires a nurse to care for his ailing, nasty, and shrewish sister. But what he really wants to do is convince the nurse in joining him in a plot to kill her in DIE SISTER, DIE!

    Yes, it seems like a pretty random film pairing to us too. But they are first time DVD releases with original trailers for each film, so hey, beats buying them separately. Part of the “Katrina’s Nightmare Theater” series, so you can view them both with hostess Katrina Leigh Waters hosting them or alone as two features.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Double Feature: Madman of Mandoras (1963) & The Devil's Hand (1962)
    • 33% less
    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
    • $9.99
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