DVD

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

Region 1 - U.S., Canada, U.S. Territories (NTSC) 
Region 0 - DVDs can be played in any DVD player regardless of their region coding. (NTSC) 

Blu-ray discs do not play in a regular DVD player, you need a Blu-ray Player to play them. 

 

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  • Blu-ray and DVD Combo - In his follow up to Texas Chainsaw Massacre, director Toby 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 DVD and Blu-ray disc edition features commentary, interviews, featurette, trailers, alternate opening, trailers, TV and radio spots, and much, much more.

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

    • $39.99
  • This 4 DVD set contains a wealth of classic 1950’s and 60’s educational films designed to head off the corruption of America’s youth. Screened in schools through the early 1080’s you’ll find all manner of previously taboo subject matter covered.

     

    • $30.00
  • This 4 DVD set contains even more classic educational films designed to keep kids on the straight and narrow.

     

    • $30.00
  • Effects (1980)
    • 40% less

    Joe Pilato (star of George Romero’s “Day of the Dead”) stars as Dominic, a cinematographer who heads off to a remote mountain retreat to work on a low budget horror film. Once there, he finds a cast and crew of unpredictable talents and a killer who hides behind the walls of the mountain lodge, waiting, stalking, and making a movie of his own that could very well cost the cast their lives! Co-starring Tom Savini, EFFECTS has been considered “lost” for almost twenty five years - until now that is. Nice new anamorphic widescreen print with commentary, documentary, original short films by director Dusty Nelson, photos and more. DVD

    • $11.99
  • Emanuelle in America (1976)
    • 33% less

    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

    • $19.99
  • From Polish cult director Roman Nowicki comes this sleazy gore-filled tale of a misogynistic madman butchering women in a small Polish town and the cops trying to put the pieces of the puzzle together and stop him. Uncut widescreen print includes director commentary, short film: The Babydoll Strangler, making of featurette and more.

    • $14.99
  • This collection begins with with all 12 chapters of FLASH GORDON CONQUERS THE UNIVERSE (1940), the 3rd and last serial in the original series. Flash (Buster Crabbe), Dale Arden (Carol Huges) and Dr. Zarkov (Frank Shannon) head back to planet Mongo to find an antidote to the “Purple Death” that Ming the Merciless (Charles Middleton) has unleashed upon mankind and finally put an end to Ming’s evil ways. Next up is the first 13 episode story arc from the 1954 FLASH GORDON TV Series starring Steve Holland as Flash Gordon and Irene Champlin as Dale Arden as they take on Commander Paul Richards and the ever present forces of evil. Over 9 hours on 3 DVDs.

    • $12.99
  • One hundred years after a ship sinks off their cost in a mysterious accident, the sleepy seaside village of Antonio Bay is attacked by undead mariners, who return under cover of a mysterious fog, to exact bloody revenge in this cult horror classic from director John Carpenter. With Adrienne Barbeau, Jamie Lee Curtis, Janet Leigh, and Tom Atkins. Includes commentaries with Carpenter and more, interview with Jamie Lee Curtis, featurette, out takes, trailers, and more.  DVD 

    • $19.99
  • Friday the 13th Part 3 (1982)
    • 33% less

    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

    • $9.99
  • Friday the 13th Part 5: A New Beginning (1985) Deluxe Edition
    • 29% less
    Includes commentary from director Danny Steinman with the cast and crew, The Lost Tales of Camp Blood featurette part 5, The Crystal Lake Massacres Revisited part 2, Making of featurette, and original trailer. This is the widescreen edition of the film. DVD
    • $11.99
  • Friday the 13th Part 7: The New Blood (1988)
    • 33% less
    When Crystal Lake is closed down long enough, Jason breaks free from his chains [from the end of Part 6], grabs his machete, and terrorizes the Summer Camp next door! It’s also the first time Kane Hodder played the infamous “Jason” - the first of four turns as the teenage loving killer. Widescreen version.
    • $9.99
  • Collectors Edition DVD - Two teen couples decide to spend the night in a carnival funhouse, unaware that the place is guarded by a drooling mutant killer. Director Tobe Hooper’s cool horror outing is one of his best films. Includes commentary with Hooper, interviews trailers, TV spots, and more.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Funhouse (1981) , The
    • 33% less

    Two teen couples decide to spend the night in a carnival funhouse, unaware that the place is guarded by a drooling mutant killer. Director Tobe Hooper’s cool horror outing is on DVD in a widescreen print. No frills DVD release.

    • $9.99
  • A sniper guns down 14 pedestrians. A mild mannered dad blows away his family with a shotgun. A cop goes on a shooting spree during the St. Patrick Day Parade. And each of these unlikely killers all make the same death bed confession: “God told me to.” Now, a repressed catholic NYC detective must uncover the mystery surrounding these events. Written, produced and directed by Larry Cohen. Includes commentary with Larry Cohen, interviews with cast and crew, Q&A with the director, trailers, TV spots and more.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla (2002)
    • 50% less

    After years of preparation, the giant robot Mechagodzilla is finally completed. And what timing! Just when they get a crew together and start to test the giant robot, Godzilla decides to make an appearance and lay waste to a few buildings around Japan. Can the most powerful weapon on earth take down the King of Monsters?  DVD

    • $9.99
  • Godzilla vs Megaguirus (2000)
    • 40% less

    In all of mankind’s genious, Japanese scientists have finally figured out how to get rid of Godzilla for good. They developed a man-made black hole… Hell, what can go wrong there, right?! Yeah, well, when they test the thing, they catch an insect, it mutates, and giant eggs it lays spurt forth giant dragonfly monsters called Maganula, their queen-thing, and the giant Megaguirus, who are all just waiting around for Godzilla to show up so they can do battle. Naturally.  Out of print DVD

    • $11.99
  • DVD / Blu-ray Combo - Duke Mitchell is paroled gangster, Paul, who hatches a grand scheme: to kidnap the Pope and charge every Catholic in the world one dollar as a ransom. The film was still not completely finished when Mitchell passed away in 1981, so Grindhouse Releasing took it upon themselves to edit the film together from all the surviving elements and get it out there. That alone took roughly 15 years to complete but the results are basically the Holy Grail of exploitation films. Includes both a regular DVD as well as a blu-ray, interviews with various people involved in the original production, deleted scenes, trailers, and more. Now out of print.

    • $49.99
  • Goonies (1985) , The
    • 17% less

    25th Anniversary Collector’s Edition DVD - A group of young misfits (Sean Astin, Josh Brolin, Jeff Cohen, Corey Feldman) calling themselves “The Goonies” discover an ancient pirate map and set out to find the long lost treasure. Francis (Joe Pantoliano) and his deformed pal, Sloth (John Matuszak) are hot on their trail. Richard Donner’s 80’s kid’s adventure film certainly has its fans. This 25th Anniversary Boxed Collector’s Edition includes an exclusive Board Game (Escape from One-Eyed Willy’s Cave) for 2 to 4 players, a 64 page souvenir magazine reproduction, 10 storyboard cards, and the film, which includes director and cast commentary, a making of featurette, and original Cyndi Lauper music video. Now out-of-print DVD box set.

    • $24.99
  • Gorgo (1961)
    • 20% less

    A salvage ship is nearly sunk off the Irish coast by an undersea earthquake. A few nights later, something gets caught in the nets of a fishing boat and the fishermen capture a sixty foot sea monster they call Gorgo. Gorgo is taken to London with plans to exploit the beast in a circus, but scientists make a shocking discovery... Gorgo is just a baby. And when “mom” comes looking for her baby, all hell breaks loose as she leaves a trail of destruction across England. Big monster fun with with special effects from academy award winner Tom Howard.

    Widescreen feature includes “making of” documentary, photos, toy and collectible gallery, before and after restoration gallery, original trailer, video comic, pressbook gallery, and more. DVD

    • $11.99
  • Graduation Day (1981)
    • New!

    Blu-ray disc - It’s your typical 80s “slasher” film story line: Weeks before graduation, members of the high school track team are being gruesomely murdered. Can it be the sister of the star runner Laura, who fell dead after a championship run, or is it coach Michaels (Christopher George), who was fired because of Laura’s death? Maybe it’s the creepy campus cop, or Laura’s boyfriend Kevin?… With Wheel of Fortune’s Vanna White, and scream queen Linnea Quigley. Includes interviews, commentary and trailers.

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

    • $29.99
  • Collector’s Edition - 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, the making of H3, several interviews with the cast and crew,shooting locations, trailers, radio spots, still gallery, and more. Now out of print, these DVDs come with the slip cover sleeve.

    • $19.99
  • 5 Film Collection - Here we have five films from Hammer, the British film studio that brought their unique blend of horror, sci-fi, and monster movies to audiences world wide. Thrill to THE TWO FACES OF DR. JEKYLL (1960), SCREAM OF FEAR (1961), THE GORGON (1964), STOP ME BEFORE I KILL (1964) and THE CURSE OF THE MUMMY’S TOMB (1964).  2 DVD Set with 5 films.

    • $14.99
  • Hands of the Ripper (1971)
    • 25% less

    As a girl, Anna watched her father - the infamous Jack the Ripper - kill her mother. Years later, Anna is under the care of a fake psychic and has been forced into prostitution. At the end of a seance one evening, a woman is murdered. Dr. Pritchard (Eric Porter) suspects that Anna is the murderer and begins to investigate in this Hammer horror classic. Includes featurette, still gallery, trailer, and TV Spots.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Happy Hooker Trilogy , The
    • 25% less

    Based on the best selling book by Xaviera Hollander, THE HAPPY HOOKER (1975) with Lynn Redgrave was a fun soft sex romp about a Dutch girl that comes to America and discovers not just a new lifestyle, but a new way to make a living doing what she enjoys doing in the first place!

    The success of the first film spawned THE HAPPY HOOKER GOES TO WASHINGTON (1977), where Joey Heatherton stars as the successful Madam as she heads off to testify to Congress.

    In THE HAPPY HOOKER GOES HOLLYWOOD (1980), Martine Beswicke is the now best selling author and heads off to Hollywood to film her story. Now out of Print DVD.

    • $14.99
  • In the tiny town of Nob Hollow, the Stackpoole family have been conducting human experiments in their basement. Meanwhile, Lance is having an affair with Loretta, a biker’s wife. When Lance attempts to blackmail Myron Stackpool, (a guy with a massive head on a tiny body… literally the “head” of the family), he learns that Myron controls his family with his mind and sends them off to kill Loretta’s husband in order to frame Lance. Amusing 90’s horror from Charles Band and Full Moon Features.  DVD

    • $9.99
  • aka Night of the Zombies.  An accidental chemical spill unleashes a virus that turns people into zombies. As the plague begins to spread, a group of elite SWAT members is sent to ground zero in New Guinea to uncover the truth. Directed by Bruno Mattei (aka Vincent Dawn and others), this is one of the best Italian Dawn of the Dead rip-offs ever made. Includes interview with Mattei, trailer, poster and still gallery. Now out of print, so supplies are limited.

    • $19.99
  • Hellboy (2004) 2-Disc Special Edition
    • 40% less
    Director Guillermo del Toro’s adaption of Mike Mignola’s comic series with Ron Perlman, Selma Blair, Jeffry Tambor, and Jon Hurt. Extras include several commentaries,a 2 and ½ hour documentary on making the film, deleted scenes, and tons more! 2-Disc Special Edition DVD
    • $11.99
  • A group of teens plots to hold their graduation party in a furniture store owned by a father of one of the girls. It’s a mid-80’s slasher so naturally the four girls are hot and their boyfriends are dumb. You also get an ex-con security guard and a killer that begins to slaughter the teens in a demented game of hide and go seek. Maybe they’re the same person?… Includes interview with director Skip Schoolnik and deleted scenes. DVD

    • $19.99
  • Hideous! (1997)
    • 23% less

    A group of rival collectors of human freaks and biological oddities get more than they bargained for when one of Dr. Lorda’s recent acquisitions - a mutant born of toxic sewage - isn’t quite as dead as it appears. It returns to life and reanimates an army of angry, oozing little freaks in this Charles Band directed Full Moon horror film. Includes commentary with actors Mel Johnson and Michael Citriniti, trailer, and making of featurette.  DVD

    • $9.99
  • I can’t imagine that we really need to write up a little blurb about this film, do we? After all, it’s one of Wes Craven’s best and who hasn’t seen it before? It’s well worth adding to your DVD collection and that is all you really need to know! Remastered widescreen print with commentary from director Wes Craven and producer Peter Locke.

    • $14.99
  • Hitch-Hike (1978)
    • 25% less

    Superior thriller stars Franco Nero as a drunken hack writer, Corinne Clery as his rich wife, and David Hess (in one of his best film roles ever) as a bank robber looking for a way to escape the cops with a bag of money. When Hess hooks up with the unhappy couple, their vacation takes a vicious detour into murder and vengeance land.

    Barely released here in the U.S., Hitch-Hike is one exploitation film every fan should see. Includes trailer, and interviews with stars Franco Nero, Corinne Clery, and David Hess.  Now out of print DVD.

    • $14.99
  • House by the Cemetery (1981)
    • 25% less

    One of director Lucio Fulci’s best known gore films concerns a family that moves into a country house who’s previous owner was a demented doctor whose gristly human experiments left a legacy of blood and death. Now, someone, or some THING is alive in the basement and looking for a few fresh victims. Uncut widescreen print with trailers, TV spots, and still gallery. Now out of print, so supplies are limited.

    • $14.99
  • House of Wax (1953)
    • New!

    The classic Vincent Price version of the House of Wax story is presented here uncut with extras that include The House of Wax premier newsreel and trailer. Also included on this disc is the original 1933 film, “Mystery of the Wax Museum” to make this a double feature of wax sculptor’s gone crazy. Now out of print DVD.

    • $14.99
  • Howling 3: The Marsupials (1987)
    • 47% less

    Regular ol’ werewolves got you down? Then how about a group of marsupial werewolves from Australia that roam the outback? Fortunately, it’s a bit of a tongue in cheek black horror comedy from director Phillppe Mora, so it’s not as bad as you may think. Remastered transfer with commentary from the director, trailer, and photo gallery.  DVD

    • $7.99
  • Shy, quiet Jennifer (Lisa Pelikan) unleashes hell at her high school tormentors in this fun “Carrie” inspired horror film. New HD mastered print. No frills DVD.

    • $14.99
  • Justine (1976)
    • 25% less

    aka The Marquis de Sade’s Justine.  Based on the Marquis de Sade’s infamous novel, Justine: The Misfortunes of Virtue, Koo Stark stars as the innocent girl whose chosen path of goodness is thwarted at every turn by her cunning and amoral sister, Julliette, who finds happiness in debauchery. Uncut print includes trailers, interview with director Chris Boger.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • When a doctor arrives at a remote village to perform an autopsy on a young woman, his efforts are frustrated by the superstitious townspeople who live in fear of the murderous spirit of a ghostly child. While attempting to expose the rituals of the villagers, the doctor discovers something horrifying within the crumbling remains of a notorious villa. One of Mario Bava’s best flicks is well worth the watch. 2K scan of the English language version includes optional Italian language dialogue, unreleased 2007 documentary, interview with Erika Blanc, trailer, TV spots and more. DVD

    • $19.99
  • Killer Crocodile (1989)
    • 25% less

    I have to admit that unlike most everyone I know, I’m not a big fan of Jaws. I strolled into it at eleven or twelve years old, and thought it was too long, not bloody enough, and the shark looked fake. Years later, I could say that I enjoyed the cast and the acting is top notch, but the kid in me still wished I’d have walked into a bloodier and more low budget film that day. I do however enjoy low budget “Jaws” rip-offs - especially the Italian productions - and that’s what you get with Killer Croc. Dumb. Sleazy. Cheesy. Gory. Everything I wanted 40+ years ago and didn’t get. When a humongous crocodile begins chomping down on a tropical island community, a group of dim-wit environmentalists clash with a crusty old redneck out to kill the toxic waste spawned monster. Includes interviews with effects artist Giannetto De Rossi and others, and trailer.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • A mysterious spaceship - that looks exactly like a circus tent - lands in a field near small town USA so an invading hoard of deviant, red-nosed, balloon-twisting killers from another world can begin to annihilate mankind. Yes indeed, it’s the Chiodo brothers cult classic horror-comedy, presented uncut with commentary, five different featurettes, deleted scenes, bloopers, trailer and more. Now out of print DVD.

    • $11.99
  • Kong Triple Feature: King Kong (2005), King Kong vs Godzilla (1963), King Kong Escapes (1968)
    • 40% less

    OK, here’s a head-scratching triple feature… Who thought it would be a good idea to team up the Peter Jackson CGI fest King Kong (2005) with the enjoyable and classic man-in-a-moneky-suit Japanese big monster movies, KING KONG VS. GODZILLA (1963) and its sequel, KING KONG ESCAPES (1968)?… Well, whoever’s idea it was, it’s here for the viewing on a nice cheap no frills DVD package.

    • $11.99
  • Last House on the Left (1972)
    • 40% less

    OK, it says “Collector’s Edition” and they changed the cover artwork, but I’m guessing it’s still the same print that MGM has been releasing and calling “uncut” or “unrated” for the past 20 or 25 years. It does contain new special features, which include commentary with actors David Hess, Marc Sheffler, and Fred Lincoln, a featurette with director Wes Craven, “Crime of the Century” documentary, a featurette on the film’s music, deleted scenes and more. The extras alone make the disc worth owning. DVD

    • $11.99
  • Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3 (1989)
    • 40% less
    A couple of college students driving coast to coast fall prey to a cannibalistic clan on the Texas backroads. Their only hope is survivalist Ken Foree, hell bent on revenge against Leatherface (R.A. Mihailoff) and his demented “family.” Finally available in an “unrated” version (with an extra 6 minutes worth of footage over the original release version of the film AND 5:1 or 6:1 dolby surround sound), Jeff Burr’s third installment in the TCM legacy is actually quite good and well worth a watch. Also includes the “R” rated version of the film, commentary from director Jeff Burr, documentary, alternate ending, trailers and more. DVD
    • $14.99
  • George and Edna are reluctant traveling companions that come across a small English village infested with the living dead. Seems that an experimental agricultural machine using radiation waves to make food grow larger has an even more interesting side effect when it starts to make the now flesh hungry dead. One of the better zombie films to come out of the 70’s. Complete with interview with the director, TV and radio spots, and a poster and still gallery. Now out of print DVD.

    • $14.99
  • Living Coffin (1958) ,The
    • 40% less

    In this Mexican horror film classic, a Cowboy and his sidekick head off to an eerie old ranch to learn more about a stone figure of a crying woman that they found. Things go from weird to weirder when they learn that the statue is one of two created by the now dead Clotilde, whose ghost has been sighted by local villagers crying herself.

    Uncut print, in Spanish with English subtitles. Includes photo essay on Mexican horror-Westerns, poster and stills and more. Now out of print DVD.

    • $11.99
  • Love Bites (2000)
    • 25% less
    Freeloading Jordan is hired by a wealthy club owner to track down the elusive Jordan, an alluring beauty that lives by night. He will soon discover that finding her comes with a heavy price. Love Bites stars Asia Argento. US release DVD. Also includes documentary with Asia Argento, photo gallery, trailer and more. DVD
    • $14.99
  • This Amicus / AIP co-production stars Vincent Price as a washed up horror legend Paul Toombes, who suffers a nervous breakdown and heads to England to do a TV series based on his famous character “Dr. Death”. Peter Cushing is his screenwriter, and Robert Quarry is his producer. Not long after Price arrives, the cast and crew of his show start to die in the same way characters in his old films did. Remastered in HD, with commentary, trailer, and a featurette.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Four DVD Box Set contains all four of classic Spaghetti Westerns, including the original MAGNIFICENT SEVEN (1960), where we find a band of gunslingers hired to protect a village from an outlaw attack. Yul Brenner, Steve McQueen, Eli Wallach, and Charles Bronson star.

    In RETURN OF THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN (1966), Yul Brenner rounds up another group of gunfighters to search for their compatriot who has been taken hostage by a band of desperadoes.

    In GUNS OF THE MAGNIFICENT (1969), the Seven take to the dusty trail to free a captured Mexican revolutionary from a prison fortress known as “The Rat Hole.”

    Things wrap up in THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN RIDE! (1972), with Lee Van Cleef taking over as the lead, who is now married and working for the law the Arizona Territory. When his wife is killed, he takes to tracking down the gunmen and winds up in a plundered boarder town whose widowed women are under attack by a gang of marauders.  DVD

    • $24.99
  • 3-Disc Blu-ray / DVD Combo - While in Egypt, a young girl is given a mysterious charm that causes her archeologist father to be struck blind inside an unexplored pyramid. When the family returns to Manhattan, a plague of supernatural evil follows them, unleashing an ancient curse upon the streets. One of Lucio Fulci’s last films to actually be released in the USA combines elements of The Exorcist, The Awakening and Poltergeist to name a few. The results are mixed to say the least. Extras include interviews with composer Fabio Frizzi, star Cosimo Cinieri, makeup effects man Maurizo Trani, and others; trailer, poster gallery, collectable booklet, bonus CD soundtrack (is the 3rd disc), and more.

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

    • $39.99
  • New 4K DVD. Joe Spinell is Frank Zito, a maniac haunted by childhood trauma and abuse. He stalks the streets of New York murdering and scalping young women. Caroline Munro is a photographer who meets and likes Frank... Little does she know that she may have just befriended a maniac! William Lustig’s gory and disturbing horror flick is a must. Unrated widescreen print includes commentary from director Lustig, makeup effects man Tom Savini, and others. Also includes trailers, TV and radio spots.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Blu-ray / DVD Combo - Actor and nightclub singer, Duke Mitchell wrote, produced, directed, and starred in this low budget answer to The Godfather, and the results are nothing short of amazing... in a gritty, 1970’s B movie sort of way. Duke is the son of a Mafia kingpin that guns down and murders his way through a blood-soaked Hollywood crime spree clawing his way to the top of the heap. Beautiful new restoration of the original director’s cut of the film features interviews, Duke Mitchell home movies, audio recordings, a TV special, radio spots, trailer, and more. Now out of print.

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

    • $49.99
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